Trey Lance

#5 QB / San Francisco 49ers / EXP: 0YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 226 lb Age: 21 College: North Dakota State Bye 6

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Doesn't enter contest

    Trey Lance did not enter Sunday's 17-11 win over the Eagles.Head coach Kyle Shanahan surprisingly did not use Lance at all after giving the rookie three plays against the Lions in Week 1. Jimmy Garoppolo got 100 percent of the offensive snaps in this one and appears to have a firm grasp on the starting job for the 2-0 San Francisco 49ers. Lance still may have some plays drawn up for him as we progress through the year, but a change in the depth chart would have to come from an injury to Garoppolo or an extended cold streak from San Francisco.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Throws TD on first pass

    Trey Lance completed his only pass attempt for a five-yard touchdown and rushed three times for two yards in Sunday's 41-33 win over the Lions.Jimmy Garoppolo (314 yards and a touchdown) got the start as expected, and Lance also had a few plays drawn up for him as expected. The rookie couldn't get anything going on the ground, but his five-yard strike to Trent Sherfield on a zag route was right on target. Accuracy on short-to-medium throws is what Lance struggled with at times during the preseason, so this was a nice debut (albeit a brief one). The San Francisco 49ers figure to continue getting the third overall pick into games in specific scenarios, but he won't have fantasy value so long as Garoppolo is starting and playing well. Even if the latter scenario continues to play out, it will be interesting to see if Lance will get more involved in certain packages as the season progresses.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Poised for pro debut

    Trey Lance (finger) doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game at Detroit. David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.Just two weeks removed from jamming his right hand and suffering a chip fracture in one of his fingers in the process in preseason Week 3, Lance will be available to the San Francisco 49ers offense Sunday. But it remains to be seen in what capacity. Since then, the team has named veteran Jimmy Garoppolo the starting quarterback, which is no surprise considering his grasp of coach Kyle Shanahan's scheme. Exhibition season revealed that both Garoppolo and Lance can coexist in the offense, though, meaning the third overall pick of the 2021 draft may see his initial NFL action this weekend.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Throws without issue Thursday

    Trey Lance (finger) was throwing without issue during the part of Thursday's practice open to the media, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.Lance made some light throws Wednesday, but the San Francisco 49ers termed him limited in their first injury report of Week 1. According to Keiana Martin of the 49ers' official site, Lance wasn't donning a brace or even a splint on his right throwing hand one day later, which could mean he bumps up to full participant. In the end, Lance's activity level will become known later Thursday.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Uncertain for Week 1

    Trey Lance (finger) will be a limited practice participant Wednesday, but head coach Kyle Shanahan isn't sure if the rookie will be available Sunday against the Lions, Nick Wagoner of reports.Shanahan initially said Lance would be out for about a week after he "chipped" his finger in the final preseason game. The timeline was optimistic, but Lance resumed throwing earlier this week and is scheduled to do more during Wednesday's practice. He could be on the field for a small package of plays if he's cleared for the season opener in Detroit.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Not throwing yet

    Trey Lance (finger) didn't throw during the portion of Monday's practice open to the media, Nick Wagoner of reports.Lance was spotted without a splint on his right hand and working on his footwork, but it appears he hasn't progressed enough to toss passes. He's a little more than a week removed from suffering what coach Kyle Shanahan called a "chip fracture" in his finger, which he was able to tough out after jamming it during the San Francisco 49ers' preseason finale on Aug. 29. Lance's expected timetable at the time was about one week, but that seems to have been optimistic. With San Francisco set to travel to Detroit for a Week 1 matchup this Sunday, the team will release its first injury report of the season Wednesday, which appears as if it'll include Lance as a limited participant.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Could be out beyond one week

    Trey Lance (finger) may need more than a week to recover from his injury, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.Early reports of a one-week timeline may have been too optimistic, but that doesn't mean Lance is facing a long-term absence. David Lombardi of The Athletic adds that Lance is going through all the drills at Wednesday's practice, but because of the finger injury, the quarterback was flipping the ball aside rather than throwing it to a teammate. While Jimmy Garoppolo is in line to get the Week 1 start regardless of the rookie's health, Lance's injury could affect San Francisco's red-zone game plan if August reports are to be believed. There's been talk of the Niners rotating Lance in for some QB snaps, particularly in the red zone where a mobile signal-caller can be especially valuable.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Out about one week

    Coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday that Trey Lance emerged from Sunday's preseason win against the Raiders with "a small chip in his finger" and will be out approximately one week, Chris Biderman of The Sacramento Bee reports.Lance appeared to jam a finger on his right throwing hand in the second quarter Sunday, but he was able to gut it out en route to 6-for-13 passing for 46 yards and six carries for eight yards and one touchdown. The rookie and Jimmy Garoppolo alternated series and snaps during the contest, with both QBs scoring short TD runs. This injury may have hurt Lance's chances to be named the Week 1 starter, which was trending to be Garoppolo anyway. However, Lance has two weeks to heal up in advance of the San Francisco 49ers' season opener Sept. 12 at Detroit, where he'll likely be used in certain packages, assuming he's healthy and available.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Subs in for touchdown run

    Trey Lance completed six of 13 passes for 46 yards and rushed six times for eight yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 34-10 preseason win over the Raiders.Lance watched Jimmy Garoppolo start, but he entered the game as a substitute a couple times during Garoppolo's two drives. In fact, Lance capped San Francisco's second offensive series by spelling Garoppolo and taking a zone-read play two yards into the end zone. The rookie then played into the third quarter, but he didn't have the best day as a passer. With his first preseason now complete, it'll be interesting to see how the third overall pick is utilized going forward. Right now, it seems most likely that Garoppolo will be named the Niners' starter, but Lance could very well feature often in certain packages like he did Sunday.

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    49ers' Trey Lance: Rotating role possible

    Trey Lance and Jimmy Garoppolo split first-team reps at Wednesday's practice, and head coach Kyle Shanahan suggested after the session that the two could be deployed in a manner similar to the quarterback substitutions utilized by the Saints with Drew Brees and Taysom Hill over the last couple years, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.Shanahan appears to have decided on a starting quarterback for Week 1, but he won't officially name him, and he's now openly discussing rotating the two signal-callers. Garoppolo is the clear favorite to open the season as the starter given how reps have been split to this point, but Lance could still see some early-season opportunities if Shanahan follows through with the sub packages. However, it's unclear just how much playing time the rookie would receive in that specialized role.

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