SANTA CLARA – Apparently Jimmy Garoppolo will not be the only quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers who will be staying in the bay area during the team’s bye week to recover from a injury.
This is because the rookie quarterback Trey lance suffered a sprain on the left knee during Sunday’s 17-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, head coach Kyle Shanahan announced.
Throw had an MRI on Monday and is not expected to waste a lot of time, especially since the 49ers They rest and won’t play again until they meet the Indianapolis Colts on October 24.
“It is not a injury long term but they said they won’t be able to find out until later, “Shanahan stated. chance [de jugar] against Indy or not. If not, they told me it should be something for a week or two, but possibly just one. “
After Sunday’s defeat, Throw He said he felt “good” despite taking a lot of hits. Lanche finished with 15 completions on 29 attempts for 192 yards with an interception and had 16 carries for 89 yards.
Nevertheless, Throw told Shanahan that he started to feel something wrong with his knee shortly before he went to sleep on Sunday night.
According to Shanahan, neither he nor Throw were able to pinpoint the exact moment when the injury. Nevertheless, Throw will have to spend the week off with Garoppolo rehabilitating before a determination can be made on their availability for Week 7.
“I was joking with Trey and Jimmy that now Jimmy He has some company, “Shanahan said.” So they’ll both be here all week so they have the best chance of being ready for Monday when we all get back. “
Shanahan has pointed out that Garoppolo would revert to ownership once he returns from his injury on the calf right. Shanahan was optimistic again that the return of Garoppolo The lineup will be against the Colts, since he was about to play against Arizona and now has an extra week to rehab and heal.
After reviewing the video of the first start of Throw, Shanahan noted that he was “proud” of how he conducted himself Throw against a good team in a difficult environment. Shanahan cited how aggressive he was Throw and said he was pleased with the way his rookie quarterback bounced back from an interception early in the game.
However, none of that has changed the way Shanahan views the long-term situation at quarterback even as the Niners (2-3) are on a three-game losing streak.
“It doesn’t change my opinion on the general level,” Shanahan said. “Trey he definitely has the ability to help us win games. I think it was an important part of why we had a chance to win that match. [en Arizona]. I just wish we could have played better around him. Not that it was perfect, but it gave us a good chance to win that match and I know it will give us a chance to win a lot in the future. But it’s more of a decision than just which player you want to go with. There is a whole team here, there is much more at stake and those three defeats that we have suffered in a row, the good or bad answer, is not just the quarterback. “