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SANTA CLARA -- Quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who did not miss any practice time this week, is listed as probable for the 49ers’ game Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
While Kaepernick’s status for the game is not in doubt, the 49ers list tight ends Vernon Davis (ankle) and Vance McDonald (knee) as “questionable.” Those players could be game-time decisions.
“Feeling great right now, just have to take it nice and slow and it’s all on how I feel,” Davis said Friday before the team’s flight to Arizona.
Davis said he was encouraged by how he felt after doing some light running on Friday and catching some passes. Davis did not take part in any practice sessions during the week. A source told CSNBayArea.com this week that Davis sustained a deep bone bruise.
Although cornerback Tramaine Brock and right tackle Anthony Davis have the same “questionable” designation, neither player will be available for Sunday’s game.
C Marcus Martin (knee)
TE Vernon Davis (ankle, knee)
TE Vance McDonald (knee)
CB Tramaine Brock (toe)
OT Anthony Davis (hamstring)
QB Colin Kaepernick (back)
T Joe Staley (knee)
DE Justin Smith (not injury related)
RB Carlos Hyde (calf)
LB Alex Okafor (thigh)
P Dave Zastudil (left groin)
TE Rob Housler (hip)
QB Carson Palmer (right shoulder)
DT Frostee Rucker (calf)
RB Andre Ellington (foot)
LB Larry Foote (shoulder)
LB Kevin Minter (quadricep)
C Lyle Sendlein (ankle)