Bosa produced four solo tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble in Monday's 31-3 win over the Browns. Bosa was firing off the line all night, and he was majorly disruptive with two timely sacks, including a first half-ending sack of Baker Mayfield. The rookie first-round pick now has three sacks through four games, and this was the type of outing that keeps him in the Defensive Player of the Year conversation.
Bosa (ankle) will play in Sunday's contest against Pittsburgh. Bosa was limited in practice all week and, as evidenced by this news, that was likely a precaution leading into Sunday. The 2019 second-overall pick played in 56 percent of the defensive snaps in Week 1 against Tampa Bay, so it's reasonable to expect a similar workload for Sunday's game.
Bosa (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Bosa was limited in practice all week, but there has not yet been anything to suggest that the rookie is going to be inactive after returning to the lineup Week 2. Expect an update on Bosa's status to come at some point on Sunday.
Bosa (ankle) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Bosa appears to still not be completely over the ankle injury that plagued him for all of the preseason despite being active for each of the first two games of his rookie season. Given that, it looks like the 49ers are just being cautious with their prized rookie defensive end, but his status should still be monitored through this week of practice.
Bosa (ankle) is active for Sunday's game in Cincinnati. The second overall pick in the 2019 draft, Bosa missed the entire preseason slate with an ankle sprain but recovered enough to earn 56 percent of the defensive snaps Week 1 at Tampa Bay, a contest in which he tallied three tackles and his first sack as a professional. The ankle issue continued to plague him this week, keeping him out of the first two practices before getting in a limited showing Friday. Considered a game-time call, Bosa will continue to gut it out against a Bengals offensive line that gave up five sacks versus the Seahawks in the regular-season opener.
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