Shanahan’s Updates: Star Players’ Status, Purdy’s Precision, and Brown’s Concern

Shanahan’s Updates: Star Players’ Status, Purdy’s Precision, and Brown’s Concern

Kyle Shanahan previews 49ers-Commanders Week 17 matchup

“San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan spoke to reporters before Wednesday’s practice as the team prepares for a Week 17 matchup against the Washington Cardinals. Here’s all he had to say.”

49ers’ Trent Williams back at practice; concern for Ji’Ayir Brown (paywall)

“Williams had an MRI the day after and his practice earlier in the week is a clear sign that he will be available when the 49ers visit the Chiefs on Sunday.”

49ers game review: Brock Purdy’s Ravens nightmare could have been even worse (paywall)

“Could those close shots from Purdy have been in the middle of the field? Maybe. Snead, who spent most of the year on the practice squad and caught three passes, seemed late to turn to the ball. And Purdy’s throw to Samuel, although a little far. , was lit. As Shanahan pointed out, neither pass came from Purdy’s confusion with Baltimore, which masked the different defensive schemes that would be a concern for the young QB. Even Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey admitted that Purdy was rarely fooled by his forgettable night. “This guy is hard to stop,” Humphrey said. “He’s kind of making the right reads. Even though he made some mistakes tonight, he usually doesn’t make too many mistakes.”

49ers rookie safety Brown misses practice with knee sprain

“Brown’s injury was not immediately known after the 49ers’ Monday night loss to the Baltimore Ravens. “There are concerns,” Shanahan said. “We’re not going to throw him out this week, but there’s a concern. That’s why he can’t go today.”

Shanahan bemoans 49ers’ mistakes vs. Ravens, but he’s ready to move on

“Each Purdy turnover was different, with a combination of bad decisions and bad luck.”

49ers great Willis now Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2024 finalist

The modern-era finalist list features two first-time eligible candidates: defensive end Julius Peppers and tight end Antonio Gates… Four finalists who finished in the top 10 a year ago are back: wide receivers Andre Johnson, Torry Holt and Reggie Wayne. . and defenseman Jared Allen. Other returning finalists include return specialist Devin Hester, defensive end Dwight Freeney, tackle Willie Anders and safety Darren Woodson.

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