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Fantasy News

  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Racks up 130 tackles in 2022

    Warner finished the regular season with 130 tackles (79 solo), two sacks and two turnovers forced across 17 games with the 49ers. Warner turned in another premier IDP season from the Mike linebacking position. The 26-year-old has averaged 126.8 combined tackles over his five first seasons as a pro, and he is showing no signs of slowing anytime soon. Warner will return to San Francisco in 2023 and continue serving as the team's defensive captain up the middle.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Leads team with 12 tackles

    Warner recorded 12 tackles (four solo) during Sunday's 37-34 win over the Raiders. Warner recorded a team-high 12 stops, marking his fourth outing of the season with double-digit tackles. Across 16 appearances, the fifth-year linebacker has totaled 122 tackles, 10 pass defenses, two sacks, an interception and a forced fumble. He needs 15 tackles and one sack in Week 18 to tie his career-high marks in those categories.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Racks up 13 stops Saturday

    Warner tallied 13 tackles (eight solo) in a Week 16 win over Washington. Warner led San Francisco in stops in the contest, recording his first double-digit tackle total since Week 8. The star linebacker has 111 stops on the season, so he'll need a big finish over the final two regular-season games to match the 137 tackles he posted last season. However, Warner has already set a single-season career high with 10 pass defenses on the campaign.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Underwhelming but steady production

    Warner recorded eight tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 35-7 win over the Buccaneers. Warner's eight stops were his most since Week 8, but he failed to record either a sack, interception or pass defensed for the first time since Week 7 against the Chiefs. The 26-year-old now has 91 total tackles on the season, putting him on the doorstep of hitting the century mark, a feat he's reached every season of his NFL career thus far.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Grabs another sack on MNF

    Warner recorded six tackles (five solo), including one sack, during Monday's 38-10 win over the Cardinals. While Warner accumulated an overall modest outing by his standards, he logged his first solo sack of the season by bringing down Arizona signal-caller Colt McCoy for a one-yard loss in the second quarter. The All-Pro linebacker also did not play every defensive snap for just the second time this season, as the 49ers took a commanding 31-10 lead into the fourth quarter. Warner now has 75 tackles, two sacks and six passes defended over 10 games in 2022, and he'll look to fill the stat sheet against New Orleans' flawed offense this coming Sunday.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Posts mediocre outing Sunday

    Warner recorded six tackles (four solo) during Sunday's 44-23 loss to the Chiefs. For most defenders, a six-tackle performance would be considered a solid effort. However, to Warner's standards, Sunday's loss to Kansas City is deemed a below-average outing given it's his second-lowest stop total across seven games played so far 2022. Regardless, the 25-year-old remains one of the league's elite linebackers and should continue playing heavy snaps Sunday versus the Rams.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Multiple season highs

    Warner registered nine tackles (seven solo), one sack and one pass breakup in Sunday's 37-15 win over the Panthers. Warner has continued to increase his tackle count in every game since Week 2 and also managed to record his first sack of 2022. The linebacker also played a team-high snap count of 57 defensive snaps during Week 5.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Watching OTAs from sideline

    Warner was seen not participating during the 49ers' OTAs on Tuesday, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Warner dealt with an ankle issue before the start of San Francisco's playoff push last season and the team appears to be bringing him back slowly this offseason. Head coach Kyle Shannahan said Tuesday that the All-Pro linebacker "could go" by this point in the offseason, but that the team will likely hold him out until training camp, which typically starts around mid-June. Warner missed a game for the first time in his four-year NFL career in 2021, so this precautionary move is likely just meant to help avoid any unforeseen setbacks before the start of the upcoming regular season.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: No limitations Wednesday

    Warner (ankle) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice, Nick Wagoner of reports. Warner was listed as a limited participant for Tuesday's session after having an MRI come back clean, and it appears he won't have any issues being ready for Saturday's playoff matchup with Green Bay. He's played every defensive snap for San Francisco in 15 of 19 games this season.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Expected to be limited Tuesday

    Warner (ankle) is expected to be a limited participant at Tuesday's practice, Nick Wagoner of reports. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said Tuesday that Warner will be limited at the 49ers' first practice of the week. His MRI results were good, and Warner feels confident he will be available for this weekend, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. The linebacker's ability to practice in any capacity is a positive sign for his chances to play in the team's divisional-round matchup with the Packers on Saturday, though his status the rest of the week will provide a clearer indication.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Avoids serious ankle injury

    Warner (ankle) suggested his injury isn't serious, and he'll have a chance to play in the divisional round against Green Bay, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Warner suffered a non-contact injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win over Dallas, and while he wasn't able to rejoin the game, he did sound optimistic Monday. It'll still be worth tracking the 49ers' injury reports this week to see if their star linebacker is participates in practice, as that likely will mean more than Warner's early-week optimism.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Hurts ankle Sunday

    Warner suffered a right ankle injury during Sunday's wild-card game in Dallas. Shortly before the Cowboys scored a touchdown with 8:02 remaining in the contest, Warner appeared to suffer a non-contact injury and clutched at his lower right leg at the end of a play. He was able to limp off the field and had his ankle taped before the 49ers deemed him questionable to return. Azeez Al-Shaair likely will slide over to middle linebacker for as long as Warner is sidelined.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Limited in practice

    Warner (ankle) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Nick Wagoner of reports. Warner left last week's game with a sprained ankle before returning to and finishing out the contest. The linebacker did stretch out as part of some additional work before sitting out team drills, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Warner also reportedly said that he was "feeling great" and that the injury was "nothing serious" prior to Wednesday's practice. The status of the team's leading tackler is crucial for the 49ers, as fellow linebackers Azeez Al-Shaair (elbow) and Dre Greenlaw (groin) are both questionable for this Sunday's game against the Falcons.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Practices, as expecteed

    Warner (hamstring) was a full participant in practice Wednesday, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Warner missed the 49ers' Week 13 loss to the Seahawks, but his ability to take every rep during the team's first Week 14 practice puts him in line to return to the lineup for Sunday's game in Cincinnati. The star linebacker has taken the field for 100 percent of the defensive snaps in 10 of his 12 appearances this season, totaling 92 tackles, three pass breakups and two fumble recoveries.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Headed for MRI

    Warner (hamstring) will get an MRI on Monday, Keiana Martin of the 49ers' official site reports. The 49ers managed to eke out a win over the Vikings without two of their starting linebackers for much of the game. More information regarding Warner's recovery timeline should become available Monday.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Leads team in tackles

    Warner recorded eight tackles (five solo) and one pass defense in Sunday's 33-22 win over the Bears. Warner was on the field for 100 percent of the defensive snaps for the sixth week in a row, turning in another solid tackling performance. The All-Pro linebacker hasn't provided many auxiliary stats this season, but he has been consistent in the tackle category with 61 (40 solo) through seven games. The 49ers will need to rely on Warner heavily against the Cardinals' high-octane offense in Week 9.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Another nine tackles

    Warner recorded nine tackles, two tackles for a loss and recovered a fumble in Sunday's 30-18 loss to the Colts. Warner finished with nine tackles for the third consecutive game and remained on the field for 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps for the fifth time in six contests. He's pacing the team with 54 tackles on the season and is well on his way to surpassing 100 total stops.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Makes seven stops

    Warner made seven tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 17-11 win over the Eagles. Warner is now up to 18 tackles through two games, and he's considered a high-end IDP option at linebacker after producing at least 118 stops in each of his first three campaigns. The Packers are up next in Week 3.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Inks lucrative extension

    Warner agreed Wednesday with the 49ers on a five-year, $95 million extension, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Warner's deal, which runs through the 2026 season, includes $40.5 million guaranteed, making him the highest-paid inside linebacker in the league, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. The 2018 third-round pick is coming off a 2020 campaign in which he racked up 125 tackles to go along with two picks and a sack.
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  • 49ers' Fred Warner: Takes another step forward

    Warner finished the 2020 campaign with 125 combined tackles (79 solo), two interceptions, a sack, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries across 16 contests for the 49ers. Warner surpassed expectations for the third consecutive year after being selected in the third round of the 2018 amateur draft. The BYU product only upped his single-season tackle total mark by one, but his improvement as a coverage linebacker added another dimension to his All-Pro level of play. San Francisco's defensive unit was decimated by injuries seemingly on a weekly basis, but Warner was the constant, starting all 16 contests for the third time in his young career. The 23-year-old will enter the 2021 campaign as the leader of a younger 49ers defense, while checking in as a productive and consistent IDP option for fantasy managers.
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