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49ers defensive end Nick Bosa (concussion) was cleared from concussion protocol and will be ready to play against the Green Bay Packers Saturday in the NFC divisional round.
Bosa will provide a huge boost to a San Francisco defense tasked with putting pressure on MVP candidate quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the road in Green Bay with a trip to the NFC championship game on the line.
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa (concussion) did not practice Tuesday.
Bosa’s activity this week will definitely be worth monitoring as he attempts to clear concussion protocol and practice in some capacity in time to go up against the Green Bay Packers on Saturday night. His ability to shed defenders and pressure the quarterback will be desperately needed if the 49ers hope to beat Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and company on Saturday night.
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa (concussion) has been ruled out for the remainder of their NFC wildcard game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Bosa’s absence is a huge blow for a 49er defense that has been able to put consistent pressure on Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott throughout the first half of the game on Sunday.
49ers DL Nick Bosa (knee) participated in team drills during Wednesday's practice.
Bosa's rehab is on schedule. After tearing his ACL last season, he's tentatively expected to be active for Week 1.
49ers’ HC Kyle Shanahan believes Nick Bosa, who tore his ACL last season, is on track to play Week 1 at Detroit.
As Shanahan said, “That's been the plan all along.” For both IDP fantasy managers and the 49ers the plan was always to have Bosa back to start the season. Apparently he’s had no set backs, and is doing great. It was a good sign when he avoided the PUP list to start camp. The former NFC Pro Bowler started just two games last season before tearing his ACL, he will look to bounce back in 2021.