Jimmy Garoppolo has no designation, Nick Bosa “looking good” to play

Event Name: NFC Wild Card Playoffs - San Francisco 49ers v Dallas Cowboys
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49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (right shoulder/right thumb) had another full practice Thursday and is set to start against the Packers on Saturday night.

Garoppolo has no designation.

Garoppolo injured his shoulder in the second quarter of the win over Dallas while trying to protect his thumb as he hit the ground. In the second half, he completed only 5 of 11 passes for 39 yards with an interception that allowed the Cowboys back in the game. The 49ers held on for a 23-17 victory.

He was limited Tuesday before being a full participant in the final two practices of the week.

The 49ers list Nick Bosa as questionable, but coach Kyle Shanahan said “it’s looking good” for the defensive end to clear concussion protocol in time to play. Bosa was a full participant Thursday.

Defensive end Jordan Willis (ankle) and cornerback Ambry Thomas (knee) also are questionable. Both were limited Thursday.

Linebacker Fred Warner (ankle) has no designation.

12 responses to “Jimmy Garoppolo has no designation, Nick Bosa “looking good” to play

  1. Bosa changes the game. Don’t be shocked if 49ers win. And don’t be shocked if the refs determine the winner.

  2. Bosa didn’t have any sacks last time they played the Packers. 49ers only sacked Rodgers 1 time and Packers sacked Jimmy G 4 times. Lol

  3. Of course Bosa is going to clear concussion protocol. And amazingly, nobody in the NFL is testing positive for Covid these days either….

  4. Bosa has friends this go around. If the cb’s can take away Aaron’s short game and make him hold the ball, they’ll all be gathering at the Rodgers.

  5. 49ers almost beat the Packers last time they played, and that was when the 49ers sucked.

    49ers 27, Packers 23

  6. Keep eyes on Rodgers and the ball boy. That frozen rock is gonna be hard to throw unless…..

  7. Might it also be true at the Packers are not the same team they were the first time around either?

    Both teams are likely performing better than the week three matchup.

    Should be a heck of a game

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