49ers vs. Rams injury report: Frank Gore, Patrick Willis both probable

Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE

The 49ers have been fortunate to avoid the injury bug this season. They'll be at full strength yet again in Week 10.

The San Francisco 49ers have been one of the better teams in the NFL this season and they've been lucky enough to avoid serious injury to any of their key players. San Francisco has suffered its fair share of nagging, day-to-day issues, but it's been pretty easy going for the training staff through the first half of the year.

That trend will continue on Sunday as the 49ers take on the Rams. All nine of the players listed on the injury report were made probable for Week 10, including running back Frank Gore (hand), quarterback Alex Smith (finger) and Patrick Willis (shoulder). Look for the Niners to come out fresh and rejuvenated against the Rams after having last week off.

As for St. Louis, wide receiver Danny Amendola, who has missed more than a month with a clavicle injury, was limited in practice all week and is listed as questionable. The full Rams injury report can be found here.

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