Brock is listed as one of the starting cornerbacks on the 49ers' unofficial depth chart. Brock had a strong 2015 season with 45 tackles and three interceptions. More importantly, he managed to stay relatively healthy after only playing in three games back in 2014. While the initial depth charts aren't set in stone, Brock appears to be a lock to start given his experience and recent production.
Brock (foot) is active for Sunday's game at Cleveland. Brock kicked off the current campaign with three picks in the first seven games, but he hasn't made much of a mark in the meantime, logging a DNP while racking up 19 tackles (15 solo) in four contests.
Brock (foot) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Brock was a late entry to the team's injury report, so it's unclear how serious the injury might be. It looks like the status of the 27-year-old could come down to a game-time decision, so IDP owners planning on using the cornerback may want to check back in on his availability closer to kickoff on Sunday.
Brock collected three tackles (all solo) and his third interception of the season Thursday. Brock was the only 49er to play all 72 snaps on defense. He is clearly the lead corner for San Francisco, and he leads all of his teammates with three interceptions on the year.
Brock rounded up a season-high eight tackles (six solo) along with his second pick of the season in Sunday's loss to the Giants. Brock has never recorded more than 37 tackles in a season, and he is well on pace to surpass that number if he can stay healthy this year. He is also on pace to surpass his career-high of five picks, which was set in 2013. Brock has been the 49ers' best corner this season.