The San Francisco 49ers released their final injury report Saturday afternoon for Monday's showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 49ers report includes LB Patrick Willis, OT Joe Staley, WR Braylon Edwards and FB Bruce Miller. All four are listed as questionable, although Willis and Staley appear to be bigger question marks than Edwards and Miller.
Patrick Willis the least likely to play on Monday. Willis did not take part in practice this week and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio indicated Willis probable would not be able to play if he doesn't practice. Willis is dealing with a hamstring strain and without getting a workout in, the risk of aggravation is high.
Joe Staley suffered a concussion against the Cardinals this past week and was only able to take part in walkthroughs. However, Staley indicated he is on course to be cleared for contact tomorrow, which reportedly would get him back in time for Monday's game. If Staley has any setbacks, Alex Boone would get the start at left tackle.
Edwards and Miller have been limited all week in practice, but there has been nothing to indicate they will not play on Monday against the Steelers.