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Niners' Bosa practices, still uncertain for Bengals

Reuters | Ohio | Updated: 14-09-2019 08:15 IST | Created: 14-09-2019 07:46 IST
Niners' Bosa practices, still uncertain for Bengals
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San Francisco 49ers rookie defensive end Nick Bosa returned to practice Friday but remains listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Cincinnati. Bosa, who aggravated an ankle injury in a 31-17 season-opening win at Tampa Bay last Sunday, practiced in a limited capacity after missing workouts the previous two days.

"He looked good walking through everything," coach Kyle Shanahan told reporters. "So we'll talk to him, see how he looked in individual (drills) and make a decision on Sunday morning." Bosa, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, missed the entire preseason with a high-ankle sprain. He had three tackles, one sack, and three QB hits during his NFL debut against the Buccaneers. General manager John Lynch said Bosa aggravated his sprained right ankle on the first play of Sunday's game.

Shanahan ruled out receivers Trent Taylor (foot) and Jalen Hurd (back), as well as running back Tevin Coleman (ankle), for Sunday's game. The coach said the hope is all three can return after the Week 4 bye. The players will be evaluated again next week.



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