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Top 49ers News

  • 49ers' Anthony Brown: Back with 49ers

    Brown re-signed with the 49ers on Friday.

    One day after being released, Brown is back with the team. He is now in line to provide depth at cornerback for San Francisco. The veteran has not seen the field yet this season.

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  • 49ers' Dre Greenlaw: Day-to-day with ankle injury

    Coach Kyle Shanahan said Friday that Greenlaw is "day to day" with an ankle injury he suffered in Thursday night's 30-12 win over the Giants, Nick Wagoner of reports.

    Greenlaw suffered the injury in the second half and logged just 84 percent of the defensive snaps after playing 97 percent and 99 percent in Weeks 1 and 2. On the season, he has 22 tackles, one TFL, one QB hit and one pass breakup. The 49ers get a sort of mini-bye ahead of a Week 4 contest versus Arizona nine days from now.

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  • 49ers' Ronnie Bell: Scores first TD of career

    Bell caught both of his targets for 24 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 30-12 win over the Giants.

    Ray-Ray McCloud got the start in place of Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder), but it was Bell who wound up being the primary beneficiary with a short red-zone score in the second quarter of Thursday's win. The seventh-round rookie wound up seeing 31 snaps on offense (37 percent), finishing in a tie with Jauan Jennings for the third-most amongst San Francisco wideouts. Bell was limited to two targets in a committee approach to replace Aiyuk's production, so fantasy managers shouldn't overreact to the rookie's first touchdown. There is also the possibility that Aiyuk returns in Week 4 -- with nine days between an Oct. 1 matchup against Arizona -- which would push Bell back into a reserve role.

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  • 49ers' Ray-Ray McCloud: Not targeted in spot-start

    McCloud logged 38 offensive snaps (46 percent) but was not targeted in Thursday's 30-12 win over the Giants.

    McCloud got the starting nod in place of Brandon Aiyuk (wrist), but the elevated role did not result in added production Thursday. Rookie Ronnie Bell wound up benefiting the most from Aiyuk's absence with a short touchdown reception on two targets. The speedy McCloud was mainly used as a downfield decoy on his routes Thursday, in addition to handling his usual return-man duties. The veteran wideout could earn another start against Arizona on Oct. 1 if Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder) isn't ready following the extended rest period.

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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Gains 31 yards on TNF

    Jennings caught two of three targets for 31 yards in Thursday's 30-12 win over the Giants.

    It was Ray-Ray McCloud who started in place of Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder) on Thursday, which kept Jennings in the No. 3 role. The former was not targeted on offense, while Jennings saw his usual allotment of targets and playing time (31 offensive snaps). It wound up being seventh-round rookie Ronnie Bell (2-24-1) who would cash in a score in Aiyuk's absence. It became clear that San Francisco's coaching staff values Jennings in his current role, limiting any potential fantasy upside ahead of a Week 4 matchup against Arizona.

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  • 49ers' Jake Moody: Stays perfect in win

    Moody went 3-for-3 on field-goal attempts and 3-for-3 on point-after tries in Thursday's 30-12 win over the Giants.

    Moody has been perfect to begin his pro career by converting all 18 kicking opportunities presented to him through three games. Thursday's FG attempts were of the chip-shot variety, coming from 21, 28 and 36 yards, but the rookie was able to show off his driver on a 57-yard conversion in Week 2. Moody has quickly become one of the top kicking options in fantasy behind San Francisco's high-octane offense. The Michigan product will look to continue his early success in a plus matchup against the Cardinals on Oct. 1.

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  • 49ers' Deebo Samuel: Emerges from win with sore ribs

    Samuel's ribs are sore after a win over the Giants on Thursday, but testing didn't reveal any breaks or serious damage, Nick Wagoner of reports.

    Despite appearing to be in pain and coming out for a couple plays at one point in the second half, Samuel handled over 90 percent of snaps in Thursday's games until things got out of hands in the fourth quarter. His 27-yard TD with six minutes remaining was the knockout blow in a 30-12 victory, putting Samuel at a 6-129-1 receiving line on 12 targets in a game the Niners played without fellow wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder). Both of the team's top WRs are banged up now, though that may not be the case by the time the Niners play their next game in Week 4 against Arizona on Sunday, Oct. 1.

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  • 49ers' Dre Greenlaw: Five tackles in Week 3 win

    Greenlaw recorded five tackles (four solo) and a quarterback hit in Thursday's 30-12 win over the Giants.

    Greenlaw tied for the team lead in tackles on a relatively easy night for San Francisco's vaunted defense against a Giants team playing without star running back Saquon Barkley (ankle). With 22 tackles through three games, Greenlaw's on pace for similar production to last year's 127-tackle campaign.

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  • 49ers' Nick Bosa: Notches first sack of 2023

    Bosa had three tackles (two solo), including one sack, in Thursday's 30-12 win over the Giants.

    Bosa totaled two quarterback hits as San Francisco's pass rush overwhelmed New York's banged up offensive line and kept Daniel Jones under constant pressure. The sack was his first since Bosa notched one in Week 17 of last season to bolster his 2022 sack total to 18.5. He failed to record a sack in three playoff games or the first two games of the 2023 campaign.

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  • 49ers' Talanoa Hufanga: Two INTs through three games

    Hufanga had one solo tackle and and an interception in Thursday's 30-12 win over the Giants.

    The 49ers dominated time of possession against the overmatched Giants, so nobody on San Francisco's defense compiled more than five tackles. Hufanga has only 11 tackles (eight solo) through three games after racking up 97 tackles (66 solo) in his breakout 2022 season, but the 23-year-old safety is already halfway to last season's total of four interceptions. He picked off Daniel Jones on a tipped ball in the fourth quarter and notched eight yards on the return.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 162.7
Def. 53.0


Player Injury
B. Aiyuk WR Brandon Aiyuk WR Shoulder
D. Samuel WR Deebo Samuel WR Ribs
D. Greenlaw LB Dre Greenlaw LB Ankle
B. Allen QB Brandon Allen QB Coach's Decision
K. Davis DT Kalia Davis DT Coach's Decision

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