There was no doubt that
Just ask his teammates.
So the 49ers hope is that they won’t have to go without their Pro Bowl pass-catcher much longer.
Jim Harbaugh said on Monday that both Davis (concussion) and reserve
Davis would need to complete the NFL’s week-long protocol to be eligible to play in the team’s Week 11 matchup at New Orleans.
Without either Davis or Celek before halftime, offensive coordinator Greg Roman was forced out of packages that featured multiple tight ends. Post-half, the coaching staff employed backup tackle
“I’m not going to use any excuses nor is anybody going to alibi, but we did lose two tight ends in the game,” Harbaugh said Monday. “Celek before Vernon, and that contributed.”
The team featured rookie
“We’re looking at some options right now, and there are some decisions to be made,” said Harbaugh, who didn't rule out the addition of a free agent. “You wait until you get the medical results back and then have more evidence to make those decisions.”
Beyond Kaepernick and Goodwin, other 49ers players were preparing themselves to play without their passing game’s No. 1 target.
“Injuries are a part of the game, so that’s stuff that you have to deal with,” wide receiver