For Arizona, the obvious one is quarterback Drew Stanton, ruled out with a knee injury. He was not present at practice all week and reportedly is suffering from an infection problem.
But the injuries go beyond Stanton.
Linebacker Larry Foote did not practice all week with a knee injury. He is doubtful for the game and it is significant. He has been on the field for every snap except one this season. If he cannot go, it will be a mix of Kevin Minter, Glenn Carson and Kenny Demens at inside linebacker.
Safety Deone Bucannon (knee), tight end John Carlson (calf), guard Jonathan Cooper (wrist) and defensive tackle Dan Williams (foot) are all questionable for the game. They were all limited in practice on Friday. Cooper is likely going to be on the bench anyway. All his injury will affect is if he is the guy to come on in relief should one of the starting guards have to come out.
Everyone else is listed as probable.
For San Francisco, safety Eric Reid (concussion), running back Carlos Hyde (ankle) and receiver Stevie Johnson (knee) are out. Johnson had over 100 receiving yards when the two teams played one another in Week 3.
Cornerback Tramaine Brock (hamstring), linebacker Ahmad Brooks (thumb),cornerback Chris Culliver (knee) and receiver Bruce Ellington (hamstring) are questionable. David Fucillo from Niners Nation didn't seem to think any of the three would play. Ellington seems the least likely to play, as the team signed kick returner Trindon Holliday on Friday after placing guard Alex Boone on injured reserve. Ellington normally returns kicks for the Niners.
Everyone else is probable.
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