Coach Kyle Shanahan hopes Coleman (knee) will be available for the 49ers' next game Sunday, Nov. 29 against the Rams, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
The same can be said for Raheem Mostert (ankle, IR), so San Francisco may have its top two RBs back in the fold following the team's Week 11 bye. If that comes to pass, Shanahan will have the above duo -- plus Austin Walter and potentially Jerick McKinnon (neck) -- available out of the backfield while Jeff Wilson (ankle) and JaMycal Hasty (collarbone) stay on injured reserve.
Coleman (knee) will not play Sunday against the Saints, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
The 49ers waited until Friday to make it official, though Coleman never appeared to have a real shot at playing. With a bye coming up Week 11, the team could have Coleman back for its next game, a Week 12 matchup with the Rams. It isn't clear he'll have a significant role when he returns, as the Niners may also have Raheem Mostert (ankle) back from IR at that point. As for the immediate future, Jerick McKinnon and JaMycal Hasty will lead the San Francisco backfield this Sunday in New Orleans.
Coach Kyle Shanahan said Coleman (knee) is unlikely to be available Sunday in New Orleans, but the 49ers hope the running back is able to play Nov. 29 against the Rams following the team's Week 11 bye, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.
Shanahan said the same of fellow running back Raheem Mostert (ankle), so Jerick McKinnon, JaMycal Hasty and Austin Walter will represent the 49ers' available backfield options Week 10. Coleman has been limited to just three appearances this season due to the knee injury.
Coach Kyle Shanahan ruled out Coleman (knee) for Thursday's game against the Packers, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
On Sunday in Seattle, Coleman injured the same knee that forced him to sit out the previous five contests. No timetable has been given for a return to action, but like his running back mates on IR -- Raheem Mostert (ankle) and Jeff Wilson (ankle) -- Coleman won't be available Week 9. With that trio sidelined, JaMycal Hasty and Jerick McKinnon will be drive the 49ers backfield.
Coleman (knee) is listed as a non-participant in Monday's practice estimate.
Coleman's absence one day after suffering an injury to the same knee that has bothered him all season comes as no surprise. He'll need to heal up in a hurry to have any chance of suiting up Thursday against Green Bay on a short week. If Coleman can't go, JaMycal Hasty and Jerick McKinnon likely will split the rushing workload against a Packers defense that has struggled mightily against the run.
Coach Kyle Shanahan said after Sunday's loss to Seattle that the injury that forced Coleman out is to the same knee that he injured earlier this season, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Coleman has already missed five weeks due to injury this season, and while the extent of his new injury isn't yet known, the running back will have a hard time healing up in time to play Thursday against the Packers. JaMycal Hasty and Jerick McKinnon should split backfield duties for the injury-riddled 49ers in Week 10 if Coleman can't go.
The 49ers have ruled out Coleman (knee) from returning to Sunday's game in Seattle, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Coleman was deemed questionable to return at halftime and ruled out in the early stages of the third quarter, finishing his day with three rushes for 20 yards and no targets. There's a chance Coleman aggravated the knee sprain that sidelined him for the 49ers' previous five games, and the team will move forward Sunday with a backfield composed of JaMycal Hasty and Jerick McKinnon due to the presence of Raheem Mostert (ankle) and Jeff Wilson (ankle) on injured reserve.
Coleman was removed from Sunday's game at Seattle due to a knee injury, Bob Lange of the 49ers' official site reports.
Coleman spent Weeks 3 through 7 on injured reserve with a sprained knee, so the sixth-year pro may have aggravated the issue in his first action since Week 2. Prior to leaving this contest at halftime, he tallied three carries for 20 yards but wasn't targeted in the passing game. With Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson on IR due to ankle concerns, the 49ers backfield has been whittled down to JaMycal Hasty and Jerick McKinnon.
Coleman (knee) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
It'll be interesting to see what kind of workload the 49ers give Coleman after the running back was taken off injured reserve following a minimum three-week stay, as both Jerick McKinnon and JaMycal Hasty figure to be involved in some capacity against the Seahawks as well. We know for certain Jeff Wilson (ankle), who exploded for 112 yards and three touchdowns against the Patriots last week, will not be a part of that equation after the running back was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move. Coleman has largely been ineffective this season, but with nominal starter Raheem Mostert (ankle) still out for at least two more weeks, there's certainly a chance for the 2019 big-ticket free agent signee to prove his worth.
Coleman (knee) appears on track to play in Sunday's game against Seattle, but the 49ers haven't announced a decision, Cam Inman of The Bay Area News Group reports.
Coleman has been on injured reserve, which means he isn't listed on the official practice/injury report and doesn't have a questionable/doubtful/out designation for the game. The 49ers did designate Coleman to return from IR earlier this week, and he's been practicing with his teammates since Wednesday. The team will need to move him to the active roster by Saturday afternoon in order to have him eligible for Sunday's game. With fellow running backs Raheem Mostert (ankle) and Jeff Wilson (knee) both unavailable, Coleman should have a significant role if he plays, though Jerick McKinnon and JaMycal Hasty also figure to get touches.
The 49ers designated Coleman (knee) to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Coleman is now eligible to resume practicing without counting against the 53-man roster. The 49ers will have 21 days to decide whether to add Coleman back to the roster or to stash him on IR for the remainder of the season. With Jeff Wilson (ankle) also expected to join Raheem Mostert on IR this week, Coleman will join a backfield currently consisting of Jerick McKinnon and JaMycal Hasty once he's fully cleared. If Coleman is able to return in time for Sunday's game in Seattle, he could have the immediate opportunity to handle a key role.
Coach Kyle Shanahan is hoping the 49ers will get Coleman (knee) back from injured reserve this week, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Running backs continue to drop like flies in San Francisco, with Jeff Wilson the most recent RB expected to be placed on injured reserve due to a high-ankle sprain. Raheem Mostert also resides on IR due to a similar injury, while Coleman appears to be closing in on the end of his recovery from a sprained knee. The 49ers will reconvene on the field Wednesday, at which point he will have three chances to open his 21-day window for the 49ers to activate him. If Coleman indeed comes off the list and is available Sunday at Seattle, he'll team up with Jerick McKinnon and JaMycal Hasty out of the backfield. Otherwise, the aforementioned pair are the only two healthy San Francisco RBs currently on the active roster.
Coach Kyle Shanahan called Coleman (knee) a "long shot" to be activated from injured reserve this week, according to Matt Barrows of The Athletic.
Sidelined since Week 2 due to a sprained knee, Coleman is likely to be joined on IR soon by Raheem Mostert, who sustained a high left ankle sprain Sunday against the Rams. As such, the 49ers backfield has been whittled down to Jerick McKinnon, JaMycal Hasty and Jeff Wilson (calf) in the short term.
Coleman (knee) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports.
It's not entirely surprising to see Coleman wind up on injured reserve given his expected timeline for return could be potentially in the month-long range, and it's certainly longer than injured teammate Raheem Mostert (knee). JaMycal Hasty was called up from the practice squad to provide depth at running back, but it certainly looks as if Sunday's matchup against the Giants will feature plenty of Jerick McKinnon and Jeff Wilson, particularly with backup QB Nick Mullens set to lead the offense in the absence of Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle).
Coleman (knee) is expected to miss more time than teammate Raheem Mostert (knee), Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Both players are recovering from knee sprains, and both have been ruled out for Sunday's game in New York. That leaves Jerick McKinnon and Jeff Wilson to handle the backfield work, though undrafted rookie JaMycal Hasty likely will be called up from the practice squad to provide depth. Coach Kyle Shanahan said Coleman is expected to miss about four weeks, making him a candidate for injured reserve.
Coleman (knee) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Coach Kyle Shanahan said earlier in the week the 27-year-old is expected to be sidelined four weeks after suffering the knee sprain during last Sunday's win over the Jets, so it's no surprise he won't be available. Coleman could be placed on injured reserve in the coming days, which would take him off the regular-season roster for at least three weeks. Raheem Mostert (knee) also is out, leaving Jerick McKinnon and Jeff Wilson to lead the 49ers backfield.
Coach Kyle Shanahan said Wednesday that Coleman (knee) will likely miss four weeks and is a candidate to be placed on injured reserve, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.
Both Coleman and Raheem Mostert picked up sprained knees this past Sunday against the Jets, and Shanahan indicated the former's injury is worse than the latter's, per Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com. With a roster move expected to occur at some point this week, the 49ers backfield may be whittled down to just Jerick McKinnon and Jeff Wilson in the short term. JaMycal Hasty is a candidate to receive a promotion from the Niners' practice squad.
Coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday that Coleman (knee) is expected to miss "multiple weeks," Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Coleman picked up his knee injury Week 2 versus the Jets, a contest wherein backfield mate Raheem Mostert (knee) also suffered a sprained MCL that's expected to sideline him for Sunday's game against the Giants. If Coleman and Mostert are both held out versus New York, Jerick McKinnon will slot in as the lead option in San Francisco's backfield. Jeff Wilson also stands to see occasional carries and red-zone work, and the 49ers may promote JaMycal Hasty from the practice squad. Depending on the severity of Coleman's injury, he could be an option for injured reserve.
Coleman left Sunday's 31-13 win over the Jets due to a knee injury, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. He rushed 14 times for 12 yards and caught both of his targets for 28 yards before exiting.
After having his Week 1 workload limited for precautionary reasons due to the poor air quality in the San Francisco area, Coleman had more than half of the team's 27 carries as Raheem Mostert (knee) exited at halftime. If Mostert or Coleman can't go against the Giants in Week 3, Jerick McKinnon would lead the 49ers' run-heavy attack, with Jeff Wilson also mixing in.
Coleman carried four times for 18 yards and caught one of two targets for six additional yards during Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Cardinals.
Coleman considered sitting out Sunday's game due to a preexisting condition that could have been exacerbated by the poor air quality but ultimately decided to suit up. He watched as Raheem Mostert took on the majority of the workload out of the backfield while accounting for 151 scrimmage yards. Coleman's track record of inefficiency could catch up to him this season, as Mostert has already staked his claim to the lead back role. He will also have to contend with Jerick McKinnon for touches. Coleman should play a similar role next Sunday against the Jets.
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