Reid (biceps) expects to be fully ready for the 49ers' offseason program, ESPN reports. Reid met with a team doctor Wednesday to discuss the status of his torn biceps and was told if there were a game this week, he'd be able to practice. In fact, his only current limitation is he can't do any weightlifting with the palm of his hand facing down. Considering he sustained this injury in late November, Reid appears to have had a speedy recovery and a full return for the start of offseason workouts in April certainly seems realistic.
Reid (biceps) has been placed on the injured reserve. Reid was declared out for the season after tearing his biceps in Week 11. He started in each of the 49ers' first ten games this season, accumulating 81 tackles, one interception and one forced fumble. Second-year safety Jaquiski Tartt will likely take over for Reid at free safety.
Reid suffered a torn biceps Sunday against the Patriots and will be out for the remainder of the season, Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com reports. Reid's injury was thought to have been serious at the time it occurred, and those fears took form Monday after Reid went in for an MRI. Now done for the season, look for Jaquiski Tartt to take over at free safety.
Reid recorded seven tackles (all solo) in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, but he went down with an arm injury that could be season-ending, CSN Bay Area reports. This is unfortunate news for Reid, as he was on pace to set a new season-high in tackles. Initial reports fear a torn bicep, which would require season-ending surgery. He is scheduled for an MRI on Monday. Jaquiski Tartt would presumably step into Reid's starting role on defense.
Reid made five tackles (four solo) and picked off his first pass of the season in Sunday's loss to Arizona. The interception was a nice surprise from Reid after he failed to pick off a pass all of last year. With 55 total tackles in nine games, the safety is on pace to set a new career-high after posting 77 tackles in his rookie season.