INJURY REPORT FOR SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
There is no fantasy relevant injury information available at this time.
FantasyAlarm TVView All
Player AlarmsView All
A. Hooper - TE
Hooper (knee) is expected to remain sidelined roughly a month due to a sprained MCL, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hooper's absence will be a notable blow to Atlanta's offense, given that he's tied with Travis Kelce to lead the league in catches at his position (56) and accounts for the second-most receiving yards (608) on the Falcons' offense, trailing only Julio Jones. Based on this expected four-week recovery timetable, Hooper's first chance to retake the field could come Dec. 15 versus the 49ers. In the meantime, expect depth tight ends Luke Stocker and Jaeden Graham to play expanded roles on offense.
Added 12:24 pm (EST)
A. Cooper - WR
Cooper (knee) isn't expected to get much work, if any, at Wednesday's practice, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
J. Ross - WR
The Bengals designated Ross (shoulder) as one of their two players that can return from injured reserve, though he won't be eligible to play until Dec. 8 in Cleveland, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports.
L. Bell - RB
Bell will miss Wednesday's practice due to an illness, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
K. Hunt - RB
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin expects the Browns to expand their two-back packages with Hunt and Nick Chubb, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
D. Westbrook - WR
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) is expected to practice Wednesday.
A. Jeffery - WR
Jeffery (ankle) is still dealing with soreness after a Week 10 bye, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
S. Barkley - RB
Barkley (shoulder) has no interest in being rested down the stretch of this season, ESPN.com's Jordan Raanan reports. "The mindset of sitting me out and resting me for the rest of the season is beyond me," Barkley said. "I do not agree with it. It won't happen."