49ers Vs Giants Injury Report: Patrick Willis, Dashon Goldson, Delanie Walker, Ted Ginn Questionable

The 49ers released their final injury report for the week and have several notables included therein. The team has listed six players as officially questionable - Terell Brown, Ted Ginn, Dashon Goldson, Jonathan Goodwin, Delanie Walker, and Patrick Willis. All these players were limited in practice on Friday save for Ted Ginn, who sat out with a knee injury.

Below are the reports for each team as we head into a big weekend.

San Francisco 49ers:

Questionable - CB Tarell Brown (thigh), WR Ted Ginn (knee), S Dashon Goldson (ankle), C Jonathan Goodwin (calf), TE Delanie Walker (jaw), LB Patrick Willis (knee)

Practice Report:

Limited in practice on Friday - CB Tarell Brown (thigh), S Dashon Goldson (ankle), C Jonathan Goodwin (calf), TE Delanie Walker (jaw), LB Patrick Willis (knee)

Did not practice on Friday - WR Ted Ginn (knee)

New York Giants:

Questionable - TE Jake Ballard (knee)

Probable - C David Baas (illness), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), LB Mark Herzlich (ankle), QB Eli Manning (illness), WR Hakeem Nicks (ankle), DE Justin Tuck (shoulder), DE Osi Umenyiora (ankle, knee), CB Corey Webster (hamstring)

For more news and notes on the 49ers, head over to Niners Nation. For the Giants side of things, make sure to head over to Big Blue View.

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