Going into their Week 1 matchup against the Green Bay Packers, the San Francisco 49ers didn't have a long injury report. Wide receiver and kick returner Ted Ginn Jr. was listed as doubtful, as was short-yardage running back Brandon Jacobs. Both players missed the game, with the latter not necessarily being missed and the former being replaced by wide receiver Kyle Williams.
And after the game?
San Francisco escaped without injury, which is always a good thing. "Everyone's fine," is always news at this point. Left tackle Joe Staley re-opened a wound on his nose and was looking particularly gruesome on the sidelines, but it didn't keep him out of the action at all and there's not much else to report beyond that.
On the Green Bay side, there's not much either. Perrish Cox and Jermichael Finley got into it (both of them were being bastard coated bastards with bastard filling), and Cox stepped on Finley's ankle. So Finley got up, limped around, made a big show of things and then caught a touchdown reception. So we all know how "hurt" he was. Always good to see a game without any serious injuries in the NFL.
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