49ers RT Anthony Davis (hamstring) is not expected to return for Week 2.
49ers RT Anthony Davis (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 1.
49ers RT Anthony Davis missed Wednesday and Thursday's practices with a hamstring injury.
49ers RT Anthony Davis (shoulder surgery) has resumed practicing, and will be ready for Week 1.
49ers RT Anthony Davis recently underwent surgery on his left shoulder.
Sources tell CSN Bay Area that RT Anthony Davis' new contract includes $7.25M in de-escalators if he fails to complete workout and weight requirements.
49ers signed RT Anthony Davis to a five-year, $37.3 million extension through 2019, including $17 million guaranteed.
Coach Jim Harbaugh suggested the 49ers are no longer considering moving RT Anthony Davis inside to guard.
The 49ers are expected to consider moving RT Anthony Davis inside to right guard.
The 49ers still expect 2010 first-rounder Anthony Davis to develop into one of the game's top right tackles.
49ers RT Anthony Davis has gotten his weight down to 328 after playing his rookie year in the 330s.
49ers RT Anthony Davis was a "disaster in protection" as a rookie, according to Scouts Inc.'s Matt Williamson.
49ers coach Mike Singletary isn't planning on removing RT Anthony Davis or RG Chilo Rachal from the starting lineup despite their struggles.
49ers RT Anthony Davis has allowed seven sacks so far this season and has been one of the most penalized linemen in the NFL.