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Deebo Samuel injury update: All-Pro WR must ‘do something’ in practice Friday to have chance to play vs. Miami

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The San Francisco 49ers may not have one of the best playmakers on the field on Sunday when they take on the Miami Dolphins.

Star wide receiver Deebo Samuel hasn’t been training much this week, and during a radio interview Friday morning, head coach Kyle Shanahan said Samuel “has got to do something.” [Friday] so that it was a chance to make a decision during the game,” according to transcription 49ersWebZone.

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Samuel, who has been on the injury report for the past few weeks with a hamstring injury, went there this week with a quadriceps injury. He had a limited practice session on Wednesday but was ruled out on Thursday. Shanahan wants him to have at least one more limited session on Friday to give him a shot against Miami.

“We don’t just give him [time] give him [time] away,” Shanahan said. – He’s trying to get better. He works with all his might. His hip was bothering him. It didn’t work out the way I wanted it to, but I hope it gets better. [Friday]and he will be ready to go on Sunday.”

The Nines will already be without running back Elijah Mitchell in this game, and in for at least the next few weeks, and. Additionally, Christian McCaffrey is battling a knee injury that caused the team to limit his reps in his last two games and keep him out of practice on Wednesday. McCaffrey is expected to play and if Samuel can’t get away, he will presumably have even more responsibility on offense, while Brandon Aiyuk will take on extras as a clear top perimeter option in passing play. .

As the Dolphins mount one of the most effective and explosive offenses in the NFL, San Francisco needs all of its weapons to keep up with the times. The potential absence of Samuel would change the whole nature of the match.



Source: www.cbssports.com

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