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wolfmane23 asked:
I don't think even the return of Navarro or Aldon will help. I can't understand why they are so undisciplined!! They are beating themselves!! :-(

I’m hoping it will…it should. I don’t understand what’s wrong with our defense. Some of the penalties shouldn’t have been called, but some were actually our fault. Game 4 is coming up, they need to turn this around.

Final score:

49ers: 14
Cardinals: 23

This game….I don’t even now.
I want Bowman to be healthy & ready to play already.

Halftime score:

49ers: 14
Cardinals: 6

The 49ers will be playing the Arizona Cardinals today at 1:05 pm. It will be on Fox.



49ers release QB Josh Johnson

The San Francisco 49ers have released third-string quarterback Josh Johnson.

San Francisco made the move Saturday, ahead of Sunday’s NFC West game at Arizona.

Without Johnson, the 49ers are left with Blaine Gabbert to back up Colin Kaepernick.

The 49ers made the move to clear roster room for tight end Asante Cleveland to be moved to the active roster from the practice squad. Starting tight end Vernon Davis and backup Vance McDonald both have injuries and it was unclear whether either would play against the Cardinals.

Johnson, who played for coach Jim Harbaugh in college at San Diego, signed with the 49ers on May 14. (Photo: Lance Iversen/San Francisco Chronicle)

Oh shit. Colin definitely better not get hurt now or the team is in trouble.


49ers TE’s Davis, McDonald questionable vs. Cardinals

The San Francisco 49ers could be without two important pieces of their offense this Sunday, as both their starting and backup tight ends are listed as questionable for their game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Vernon Davis, recovering from an ankle injury suffered during the 49ers’ loss to the Chicago Bears, said he would be ready to play if he’s given the green light, despite missing the week of practice.

And backup Vance McDonald, recovering from a knee injury also suffered in the loss, could also return to action.

With Davis and McDonald both possibly sidelined for Week 3, Derek Carrier and Kyle Nelson, who is the team’s long snapper, are the only healthy tight ends available. Carrier, a second-year player, caught his first three career passes during the fourth quarter against the Bears.

49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman said Carrier has a lot of upside and that he’s been involved in practice since Day 1 with quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Nelson, who scored a pair of touchdowns in the preseason, would most likely be used only in an emergency.

Tight ends have caught 11 passes for 133 yards and a pair of touchdowns (both by Davis) this year. (Photo: Jeff Gross/Getty Images)