Gore's MRI reveals right ankle strainComment Email Print Share Associated Press
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore is expected to miss three weeks because of a right ankle strain.
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The 49ers said Monday night that the strain was revealed during an MRI.
Gore injured the ankle on his only carry during Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. He left the game after a four-yard gain and did not return.
Gore was taken to the locker room on a cart but X-rays revealed no broken bones.
The team says it is not related to the ankle sprain he sustained during his 207-yard rushing performance against the Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 20.
The 49ers also said tackle Joe Staley is day to day with a bruised right thigh and safety Reggie Smith has a strained right groin that will be re-evaluated in two weeks.
truth accept the trades please.
and see if its fair
yea thats fine.
Looks like I traded Gore at the right time. Does anyone have Coffee?
lol i knew that was an unfair trade Bradshaw had a big game like i predicted.
are good because of that o-line.
i know thats why Ward had a huge season last year hes bad now because the Bucs line is &$#%#&@!.
any running back would be bad without a o-line unless your name was barry sanders or jim brown.
or LT in his prime and AP now.
in san diego all his years there, plus he had neal to block for him, a backup name michael turner, and a good ass qb name brees, thats why he did what did back then. dont get me wrong a great back, but im just saying he had talent and a o-line to help him out. And Ap he has a good o-line too. but i think he could survive without a o-line oh though he would get hurt.
LT did hve a good o-line but he could survive witth a bad line he dominated the league for a while. and APs line isnt that great they lost BUrk and are aging a lot.
are you on drugs. viking probly have the best o-line espcially on the left side with steve hutchinson,bryant mckinne, artis hicks,
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