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Remember, this wasn’t something that took him
12-26-2019, 08:46 AM,
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Remember, this wasn’t something that took him
The punter is officially on the roster."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsSan Francisco 49ers News49ers Transactions49ers announced signing of punter Mitch WishnowskyNew Womens Jimmie Ward Jersey ,95commentsThe punter is officially on the roster. PDTShareTweetShareShare49ers announced signing of punter Mitch WishnowskyThe San Francisco 49ers have made their picks and now they have to get them signed up to play. The team announced Tuesday evening that they have signed their new punter and 2019 fourth round pick Mitch Wishnowsky to a 4-year deal. Wishnowsky is the first of the eight draft picks to sign with the team. So it looks like the 49ers started with the punter and will work from there.More signings will be coming in the next few days. Most of these negotiations are simple, but sometimes you can run into trouble. Joey Bosa and the Los Angeles Chargers had contract disputes during Bosa’s rookie season that kept him off the field a bit longer than one would have like their rookies to be. In any case, the 49ers have the punter onboard. 49ers draft picks to be signed:1. First round: No. 2 overall Nick Bosa, Defensive end, Ohio State2. Second round: (36 overall)Deebo Samuel, Wide receiver http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic...hey-jersey , South Carolina3. Third round: (67 overall)Jalen Hurd, Wide receiver, Baylor4. Fourth round: (110 overall) Mitch Wishnowsky, Punter, Utah SIGNED5. Fifth round: (No. 148) Dre Greenlaw, linebacker Tevin Coleman Jersey , Arkansas6. Sixth round: (No. 176) Kaden Smith, tight end, Stanford7. Sixth round: (183 overall) Justin Skule, OT, Vanderbilt8. Sixth round: (198 overall) Tim Harris, CB Arik Armstead Jersey , Virginia Update: Being that Schefter’s report specifies a “bone” in the ankle and not the ankle itself, we’re going to emphasize that it might not be a “Broken ankle”The big question surrounding George Kittle’s injury that has kept him out of commission with the Seattle Seahawks and the second game against the Arizona Cardinals was what exactly was the injury. Kittle was optimistic he’d be be back and Kyle Shanahan wasn’t talking about how severe it was. Now we might have a better idea. ESPN’s Adam Shefter reports that Kittle suffered a broken ankle against the Cardinals. Join FanPulse today and share your thoughts on the San Francisco 49ers! Remember, this wasn’t something that took him off the field. Kittle got injured and then returned to the field to score a touchdown. Carrying several Cardinals players on his back on the play where he did so. It’s not confirmed if the initial injury was the ankle or if the injury happened later in the night separately, but Kittle finished the game. With a broken ankle. The 49ers plan on using Kittle for Sunday Night Football barring a disaster during a workout. If that’s the case I’d expect Kittle to be limited in snaps given the injury. All injuries are different, but a broken ankle is a broken ankle. The 49ers need Kittle right now, but they will need him even more in the playoffs. Expect a pitch count. He’s been seen practicing with a blue non-contact jersey so that’s definitely progress and if this was a significant break he wouldn’t be setting foot on the field. The injury was also a mystery. It almost seemed like the 49ers were dodging the question on revealing the extent of the injury. There’s still the knee that Kittle bashed on an opposing player’s helmet earlier in the same game Womens Jerick McKinnon Jersey , but it looks like the ankle has been the thing limiting him. Oh yeah and George Freaking Kittle. Finishes an NFL game on a broken ankle. That’s some legend stuff right there.
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