Sources say 49 people are placing CB Richard Sherman on the injured reserve with a leg injury
Santa Clara, California. – In surprising cases, the San Francisco 49ers place the cornerback Richard Sherman Regarding the presence of a leg injury, league sources told ESPN on Wednesday.
Sherman must miss at least the next three weeks under the league’s adjusted injury balance rules to get into injury balance. The NFL Network first announced the move, with Sherman handling a calf.
Early Sherman could return for a week 5 game against the Miami Dolphins on October 11th. San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan is expected to address the media and Sherman’s situation Wednesday at 3:20 p.m.
Sherman’s injury comes as a surprise in 78 of his 82 snoops in the team’s loss to Arizona on Sunday. At the end of the game were four photos that Sherman missed when he knelt to run out the Arizona watch.
On Monday, Shanahan Sherman made no mention of any injury, he joins top receiver Debo Samuel (Call) on the injured balance.
Sherman’s loss puts the Knights in a dangerous position in the cornerback, where the senior Jason Verrett Dealing with a thigh injury.
As of Wednesday morning, there are three more cornerbacks on the 49ers active list Emmanuel Mosley, Ahlo Witherspoon And K’Von Williams.
Donde Johnson, who played last week as one of the team’s two training-team call-ups, will be a candidate to play again and could feature on Sherman’s list until he returns.
Looking at Sherman’s history with Achilles injuries, the Knights seem to be playing cautiously on any low-leg issues. In November 2017 Sherman suffered a deformed right Achilles tendon and then had surgery on his left Achilles, which was then removed from his right heel after the 2018 season.
Sherman was named the second-team All-Pro to secure 61 docks, three interceptions and 11 passes last season.
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