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Ian Allan: Breakout wide receivers

Typically there are a couple of receivers who dramatically outperform where they’re selected. But where do such receivers tend to come from? Are you better hoping for a young player to emerge? Or are the odds better with a veteran trying to come back from an injury?  more »



Veteran WR Sanu returning to 49ers on one-year deal

The San Francisco 49ers signed wide receiver MOHAMED SANU to a one-year deal over the weekend. Sanu played three games for the 49ers last season before being released. While Sanu’s fantasyMore expectations are low heading into 2021, he is expected to provide a veteran presence while mentoring young wide receivers DEEBO SAMUEL and BRANDON AIYUK. Less

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49ers WR Samuel likely done for 2020 season

San Francisco wide receiver DEEBO SAMUEL left Sunday’s game against the Washington Football Team after suffering a hamstring injury following the first play from scrimmage. This is Samuel’s second hamstring injuryMore of the season and one that is likely to keep him out of action for the remainder of the regular season. Less

Source: Team Website

Mailbag: December 10, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Is Giovani Bernard the secret weapon who can lift teams in fantasy championship games? Defenses with good matchups in Week 15. Why don't the 49ers just give Mostert the ball? Tackle-busting Deebo Samuel, and more. more »



49ers WR Samuel, RB Coleman to miss TNF

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver DEEBO SAMUEL and running back TEVIN COLEMAN are expected to miss Thursday night’s game against the Green Bay Packers. Samuel is still working his way backMore from a hamstring injury, while Coleman re-injured the same knee that forced him to miss five games earlier this season. Quarterback JIMMY GAROPPOLO (ankle) and tight end GEORGE KITTLE (foot fracture) are also out as the injury bug continues to bite the 49ers on a weekly basis. Less

Source: Team Website


49ers lose RB Wilson, WR Samuel to injuries

San Francisco 49ers running back JEFF WILSON JR. and wide receiver DEEBO SAMUEL are expected to miss extended time due to injuries suffered in Sunday’s win over the New England Patriots.More Wilson Jr. suffered a high ankle sprain and is expected to go on injured reserve tis week. Wilson Jr. will miss at least the next three games if he is placed on IR. Meanwhile, Samuel is dealing with a hamstring strain that will most likely cause him to miss the next couple of games. Less


Ask the Experts: Which slow starter will turn things around?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which slow starter will turn things around the rest of the way?  more »



49ers not ruling out Garoppolo, Samuel just yet

San Francisco quarterback JIMMY GAROPPOLO missed practice on Wednesday, but head coach Kyle Shanahan has not ruled him out for Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Shanahan is also holding outMore hope that wide receiver DEEBO SAMUEL can string together a few solid practice sessions and suit up on Sunday. Meanwhile, tight end GEORGE KITTLE returned to practice as a full participant after missing the last two games with a knee injury. Kittle is expected to play against the Eagles. Less

Source: Team Website

NFL Injury Report: Eagles rule out Sanders

The league has released its Saturday injury report, and it includes some notable names and changes. Most notably, the Eagles have ruled out Miles Sanders, while the Bucs have upgraded Mike Evans to questionable.  more »



49ers WR Samuel could start season opener

The San Francisco 49ers activated wide receiver DEEBO SAMUEL from the non-football injury list, a clear sign that he will recover from his broken foot in time to play in theMore first six weeks of the season. Samuel has yet to take part in practice since being injured, but GM John Lynch said on Sunday that he “does have a shot” of playing in the season opener against the Arizona Cardinals. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Ask the Experts: Which injured player are you willing to draft?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which injured player are you willing to draft anyway?  more »



49ers lose another wideout to injury

The San Francisco 49ers signed wide receiver J.J. NELSON two weeks ago to add depth to an injury-plagued receiving corps. Unfortunately, Nelson suffered an injury of his own last week andMore is expected to miss two weeks to a month with a knee issue. In addition to Nelson, wide receivers DEEBO SAMUEL (foot), BRANDON AIYUK (hamstring), JALEN HURD (torn ACL on IR), and RICHIE JAMES (wrist) have all been out of practice due to injuries. Less



49ers WR Samuel improving

San Francisco wide receiver DEEBO SAMUEL is still working his way back from a broken foot, but his recovery seems to be progressing. Samuel was seen on Wednesday sprinting and changingMore direction, as he did his most intense work yet on the side practice field. Samuel suffered the injury in June and remains on the non-football injury list. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Mailbag: August 26, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: draft strategies for best-ball leagues. When to pull the trigger on Deebo Samuel's iffy foot. Determining auction values for keeper leagues. And more. more »



49ers WR Aiyuk dealing with bad hammy

San Francisco wide receiver BRANDON AIYUK is the latest to add his name to the growing list of injured 49ers wideouts. Aiyuk left practice early on Sunday following an apparent hamstringMore injury. The severity of the injury has yet to be determined. Aiyuk joins fellow wide receivers DEEBO SAMUEL (fracture), JALEN HURD (ACL tear), and RICHIE JAMES (wrist) on the injury front. Aiyuk was taken with the 25th overall pick in the first-round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Less


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