Tomlinson (knee) started at left guard in Saturday's preseason game against the Chiefs.
Tomlinson sufferd a torn MCL in Week 17 last season, but he started both the second and third preseason contests for San Francisco. The 27-year-old started 31 of 32 games for the 49ers over the past two seasons and will resume his starting role in 2019.
Thomlinson (knee) sustained a torn MCL during Sunday's loss to the Rams, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.
Tomlinson faces a three-month recovery timetable for his MCL injury and could miss a portion of offseason workouts as a result. The former 2015 first-round pick was initially feared to have sustained a torn ACL, so despite the torn MCL, this report is very good news for Tomlinson.
Tomlinson (knee) is ruled out to return to Sunday's game against the Rams, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Tomlinson was initially listed as questionable to return to the 49ers' season finale, but will ultimately remain sidelined. Joshua Garnett will continue to slot into the starting lineup.
Tomlinson is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Rams, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Tomlinson was carted off the field during the first half of the season finale, according to Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com, and is unlikely to retake the field. Joshua Garnett will replace Tomlinson, who had played every snap of the last two seasons, in the starting lineup.
Tomlinson agreed to a three-year contract extension Friday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN reports.
The 49ers declined the fifth-year team option on Tomlinson's contract in early May, but as Friday's extension indicates, they still view him as a starting offensive lineman. However, the team apparently didn't feel that Tomlinson was worth the $9.6 million he otherwise would have been owed under the previous terms. Regardless, the 2015 first-rounder is now set to stick around in San Francisco through the 2021 campaign.
The 49ers won't exercise Tomlinson's fifth-year team option for the 2019 season, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
The 49ers still view Tomlinson as a starting-caliber lineman, but not one who deserves the $9.6 million salary the team option would have granted him. Instead, general manager John Lynch said the team and Tomlinson's agents are currently in the process of working out a long-term deal, per NBC Sports Bay Area.
Tomlinson was traded Thursday from the Lions to the 49ers in exchange for a 2019 fifth-round pick, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Tomlinson, a 2015 first-round pick, started 24 of 32 games during his two seasons with Detroit. He's seen most of his time at left guard during his professional career, and could unseat veteran Zane Beadles for starting duties at that position with his new team.
Tomlinson (neck) is active for Sunday's tilt with the Rams, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Tomlinson was limited in practice this week due to an unspecified neck injury but will attempt to play through it Sunday. He'll go up against a tough Rams' defensive line, specifically matching up with Aaron Donald.
Tomlinson (neck) is listed as questionable to play in the Lions' Week 6 game against the Rams.
Tomlinson was unable to practice Wednesday, but managed to participate in some capacity both Thursday and Friday. His absence would spell trouble for a Lions offensive line with an impending matchup against stud DT Aaron Donald.