Kyle Shanahan (Kyle Shanahan) spoke with the media on Friday to update the status of several members of the San Francisco 49ers who are about to enter Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints. Wide receiver Deebo Samuel will miss his third straight defeat, and his signs are that he will return a week after goodbye. Shanahan referred to the second year’s wide-range game as a “long shot” because he missed the game with a hamstring injury in all three practice sessions last week.
The 49ers are already weak in the receiver position, and both “River Cracraft”
Shanahan said: “Anytime you are not here for 10 days, you will miss two weeks of practice. This is a problem.” “But we have to reduce some relay players, so he will become fearless. We will become afraid of him. clever.”
He joined Brandon Aiyuk, Richie James, Cracraft and Taylor to enter Sunday as receivers available to the 49ers.
San Francisco will have to wait another week for Richard Sherman to return. According to Shanahan, he practiced in the corner for three full days this week, but he was happy to get Sherman back to San Francisco in Week 12 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Shanahan said: “If it has to be done, we can push it. But it’s not the smartest thing.” “So we are going to take him into this week. We are very happy about his confrontation with the Rams.”
In addition, Tevin Coleman (knee), Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles (hamstring) and K’Waun Williams (ankle) all participated in the NFC matchup.