Like all football games, the 49ers Week 6 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday came at a cost.
Part of the price paid: San Francisco played the second half without its nose tackle,
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“We’ve got some guys that’ll be in the mix this week,
Dial, the team’s fifth-round draft pick, is being looked at as a nose tackle. Carradine, a second-rounder of the same class, is seen as a defensive tackle. Both have been attending meetings – but not participating in practices – while members of the Reserve/Non-Football Injury List.
The team would have a three-week window to evaluate each before having to promote them to the 53-man roster.
“We’ll see, yeah,” Harbaugh said. “But, they’re ready to start practicing.”
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