Ansah (biceps) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. The 31-year-old was confirmed to have suffered a torn biceps earlier in the week, so it's no surprise he was placed on injured reserve. Ansah is eligible to rejoin the active roster after missing three games, but he'll likely be sidelined for the rest of the season.
Ansah has officially been diagnosed with a biceps tear, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports. This injury will presumably end Ansah's 2020 season. The 49ers are already struggling with depth on the edge, as Nick Bosa (knee) is out for the season and Dee Ford (neck) is on IR.
There are fears that Ansah (arm) suffered a season-ending biceps tear in Sunday's loss to the Eagles, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Ansah will go for an MRI to confirm the diagnosis, so expect clarification on his injury to come Monday. San Francisco's already shorthanded on the edge with Nick Bosa (knee) done for the season and Dee Ford (neck) on IR.
Ansah (arm) has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Eagles. Ansah joins a long list of 49ers injuries on both sides of the ball. He'll hope to heal up in time to play against the Dolphins in Week 5.
Ansah will sign with the 49ers this week, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. This deal is all but finalized, as Ansah just needs to pass the COVID-19 protocols to officially sign with the team. Ansah worked out with the 49ers twice over the last two months, and now the team desperately needs depth at DE following news that Nick Bosa likely tore his ACL and is done for the year. Ansah likely won't be a starter right away after recording just 2.5 sacks over 11 games with the Seahawks last year, but he's in line for a decent workload nonetheless.
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