Injuries played a major role in the San Francisco 49ers Week 1 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Marquise Goodwin left the game in the first half with a quad injury. That left the 49ers down their expected starting running back (Jerick McKinnon) and arguably their top receiver. Then San Francisco lost not one but two guards to foot injuries during the game in Mike Person and Joshua Garnett. That forced Mike McGlinchey to play right guard in his NFL debut. Garry Gilliam stepped in at right tackle.
Kyle Shanahan provided a comprehensive injury report on Monday with updates on each of those players. Here's what we know as of now.
- Marquise Goodwin (quad) - Day-to-day with a deep thigh bruise. That's promising for his Week 2 outlook.
- Joshua Garnett (foot) - Garnett suffered a dislocated toe. Shanahan said it's yet to be determined if he'll be available in Week 2.
- Mike Person (foot) - It's a foot strain for Person. Like Garnett, the injury isn't serious, but it's yet to be determined if Person will be ready to play come Sunday.
- Brock Coyle (concussion) - He is in the league's protocol.