49ers Vs. Vikings Injury Report: San Francisco Relatively Unscathed Following Upset Loss

Fortunately for the San Francisco 49ers, it seems like there was only one major injury to report following their 24-13 loss the Minnesota Vikings: the bruising of team's ego.

The Niners (2-1) are walking away from their first loss of the season seemingly as healthy as they were when they entered it.

Linebacker Patrick Willis and nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga both left Sunday's game with minor leg injuries, but each was observed leaving the locker room after with no sort of noticeable limp, according to Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area.

Additionally, linebacker Ahmad Brooks left the game for two plays in the first half with a leg injury of his own before returning and powering through for the duration of the game.

At this point, it still seems like the team's main focus in the injury department is getting running back Brandon Jacobs (knee) and wide receiver/kick returner Tedd Ginn Jr. (ankle) on the field for the first time in 2012. And after both received questionable tags for Sunday's matchup, it's possible that fans could see them in action as early as next week against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.

For more 49ers news and injury updates, head on over to Niners Nation.

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