NFC West injury report, Week 6: Joe Staley questionable vs. Seahawks with concussion

Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The San Francisco 49ers will not only face a quick turnaround as they come off a disappointing loss to the New York Giants and prepare for Thursday Night Football, they may have to do so without the services of their Pro Bowl left tackle.

The San Francisco 49ers are still reeling following a 26-3 loss at home at the hands of the New York Giants, and now they may be in for a more difficult road ahead. A report from CSN Bay Area stated that Pro Bowl offensive lineman Joe Staley could miss Thursday's game against the Seattle Seahawks due to a concussion.

The 49ers escaped the contest without any additional significant injuries. Elsewhere in the division, the Arizona Cardinals have concerns with quarterback Kevin Kolb, who suffered a rib injury during the Week 6 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Safety Kerry Rhodes will undergo an MRI after leaving the same game with a back injury.

With respect to the Seahawks, guard John Moffitt has been ruled out with a knee injury for Thursday, but everyone else on the roster has a good chance to play against San Francisco during Thursday's national game according to head coach Pete Carroll.

The St. Louis Rams are relatively healthy and escaped their 17-14 loss against the Miami Dolphins free from any major injuries.

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