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Mario Manningham tore the ACL and PCL in his left knee during Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Seahawks and is out for the season.

Manningham has been ruled out for the playoffs and his status for next year's training camp is in doubt. The 49ers are down to Michael Crabtree, Randy Moss, and A.J. Jenkins as their primary receivers. Manningham will finish his 2012 season with 42 receptions, 449 yards and one touchdown. He remains under contract through 2013, although his $3.6 million base salary is not guaranteed.
Mon, Dec 24, 2012 09:03:00 PM

Coach Kyle Shanahan announced C.J. Beathard will start Week 12 against the Seahawks.

After getting their first win of the season last time out against the Giants, Shanahan will give Beathard another game under center coming out of the bye, and Jimmy Garoppolo will continue to have to wait his turn with his new team. We'd still expect to see Garoppolo before the season is over. Beathard has managed back-to-back top-12 fantasy finishes and is on the streaming radar once again at home against an overrated defense missing several key components.
Nov 22 - 3:52 PM

Coach Bruce Arians admitted Carson Palmer (arm, I.R.) isn't expected to return this season.

"None of the guys on IR have made expected progress in rehab, so as of today, no one is expected to return this season," Arians said. Palmer, along with David Johnson (wrist) is one of those players on I.R. He broke his arm back in Week 7 and was hoping to be back in around six weeks, but that was always on the optimistic side. The Cardinals are done at 4-6 and will ride with Blaine Gabbert as the current starter. He actually has a decent fantasy playoffs schedule.
Nov 22 - 3:48 PM

Coach Bruce Arians admitted David Johnson (wrist, I.R.) hasn't "made expected progress" and isn't expected to return this season.

"None of the guys on IR have made expected progress in rehab, so as of today, no one is expected to return this season," Arians said. That seems to go for Carson Palmer (arm) as well. The Cardinals seem to realize their season is in the gutter and circling the drain at 4-6. Owners holding onto Johnson can likely cut bait without consequence. He'll be 100 percent for the offseason.
Nov 22 - 3:45 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) is out for Thursday night's Week 12 game against the Giants.

Reed was initially listed questionable and labeled a game-time decision by coach Jay Gruden just 45 minutes ago, but the team has since corrected the injury report. Vernon Davis gets the green light against the league's worst tight end defense and is a strong play in daily leagues on Thanksgiving.
Nov 22 - 1:38 PM

Matt Forte (knee) is not practicing on Wednesday.

Even coming out of the bye, Forte isn't quite ready to return. Things didn't go as expected in Week 10 against the Bucs, with Bilal Powell and Elijah McGuire essentially splitting the work 50-50 and Powell being one of the biggest fantasy busts of the week. Expect a similar split if Forte sits again.
Nov 22 - 1:22 PM

Chris Hogan (shoulder) remained sidelined at Wednesday's practice.

Hogan hasn't practiced since getting hurt in Week 8. He needs to return to practice before he has a chance to play. Brandin Cooks, Danny Amendola, and Rex Burkhead will continue to soak up extra looks in Hogan's absence.
Nov 22 - 1:04 PM

Sterling Shepard (migraines) is questionable for Thanksgiving night against the Redskins.

The Giants and Redskins kick off the third and final game of Thanksgiving at 8:30 PM ET, and a lot of the daily fantasy slate can change with Shepard's game status. Shepard missed practice Tuesday after getting in a limited session Monday, so it doesn't look good. We'll hope to learn more in the next 24 hours. If Shepard sits, Travis Rudolph figures to man the slot for the G-Men.
Nov 22 - 12:40 PM

Greg Olsen (foot, I.R.) is practicing again Wednesday.

He remains on the I.R. list, but Olsen is on track to be activated this week in time for Sunday's game against the Jets. If active, we would expect Olsen to play his normal snaps and hop right back on the TE1 radar in a plus matchup. Once Olsen is activated, Ed Dickson can officially be dropped in all leagues.
Source: ESPN.com
Nov 22 - 12:36 PM

Jacoby Brissett remains in the concussion protocol.

Brissett will be limited in Wednesday's practice and will need to get some contact work Thursday before seeing an independent neurologist later in the week. He should gain clearance ahead of Sunday's divisional tilt with the Titans, where Brissett would be a streaming option on the home turf.
Nov 22 - 12:23 PM

Jay Cutler remains in the concussion protocol.

Coach Adam Gase said they'll wait it out and decide on a quarterback later in the week. At this point, it doesn't really matter who starts between Cutler and Matt Moore. The difference between the two is marginal.
Nov 22 - 12:10 PM

Ty Montgomery (ribs) is not practicing Wednesday.

Montgomery's injury isn't believed to be serious, but he's been battling it for most of the season and aggravated in Week 10 before missing Week 11. With Montgomery and Aaron Jones (knee) looking doubtful and Devante Mays fumbling his first two carries last week, it'll likely be all the Jamaal Williams he can handle against the Steelers. Volume puts Williams on the RB2/3 map.
Source: ESPN.com
Nov 22 - 12:01 PM




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