San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan showed on Monday that both running back Raheem Mostert and focus Ben Garland are likely headed to the harmed reserve list.
Mostert endured a left high-ankle sprain in Sunday night’s success over the Los Angeles Rams that will “most likely” land him on IR, per Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com.
Moreover, Garland continued a calf strain that will send him to the harmed list also.
Mostert left the game against the Rams from the get-go in the second from last quarter after a 1-yard run that finished with him getting his left leg ungracefully underneath him.
Garland left late in the final quarter as he came up preferring his correct leg after a play when he was obstructing Rams guarded tackle Aaron Donald. Hroniss Grasu took over at focus in Garland’s nonattendance.
The harmed save just requires missing three weeks this season yet Shanahan said that it’s conceivable the recuperation is longer than that for Mostert.
“We’ll see how it progresses,” Shanahan said.
Mostert drives the 49ers this season with 303 yards on 51 carries. The 49ers additionally have Tevin Coleman (knee) and Jeff Wilson Jr. (calf) managing wounds at the situation too. That could leave just Jerick McKinnon and JaMychal Hasty to deal with the occupation this week against the New England Patriots.