Coach Kyle Shanahan said Thursday that Tartt (toe) won't return this season, Chris Biderman of The Sacramento Bee reports. Tartt was placed on injured reserve Wednesday after he was diagnosed with turf toe, and his injury is serious enough to force him out for the remainder of the campaign. With the veteran sidelined, Marcell Harris and Johnathan Cyprien will handle strong safety duties.
The 49ers placed Tartt (toe) on injured reserve Wednesday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Tartt was diagnosed with turf toe following last week's loss to the Packers, so this news signals he'll be out for at least the next three games. With Tartt sidelined, duties at strong safety will shift to Marcell Harris and Johnathan Cyprien.
Tartt (foot) will not return to Thursday's game against the Packers, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Tartt had a busy first half, as he racked up seven tackles, but the injury-plagued 49ers will now have to work without the starting safety for the remainder of Thursday's contest. Marcell Harris stands to start into the starting lineup in Tartt's stead.
Tartt (foot) has been labeled as questionable to return to Thursday night's matchup against the Packers, Tracy Sandler of Fangirl Sports reports. Tartt made his presence felt throughout the first half against Green Bay, ranking second on the 49ers' defense behind only Fred Warner with his seven tackles. It's uncertain whether the 28-year-old safety will be able to return to action Thursday, which is unsettling news given that Aaron Rodgers already carved through the 49ers defense for three first-half touchdowns -- including two of 36-plus yards.
Tartt (groin) is officially listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Packers, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Tartt is coming off back-to-back missed contests due to his groin injury, and on a short week his availability for Thursday could come down to a game-time decision. Marcell Harris would stand to draw another start if Tartt can't go.
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