49ers TE Vernon Davis (concussion) is active for today’s game against New Orleans. He passed all the necessary tests and is safe to play in a potentially high scoring game.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis "on pace" to play Week 11
49ers insider Matt Maiocco believes TE Vernon Davis (concussion) is "on pace" to play against the Saints on Sunday. Davis went through his final concussion test on Friday afternoon. We don't know the results, but HC Jim Harbaugh said, "it seems so" when asked if Davis was on track to play. “It all depends on how I feel the next two days,” Davis said. “Up to this point, I’ve been fine. No complaints or worries.” It's a tricky situation in fantasy because 49ers-Saints doesn't kick off until 4:25 pm ET. But Davis' upside is worth waiting on unless you have another top 5 option.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis questionable for Week 11
49ers TE Vernon Davis (concussion) is questionable for this weekend's game against the Saints. He practiced all week but was in a no-contact jersey. He still has 1 more test to pass in order to play on Sunday. We might not know his official status until inactives are announced around 3 pm ET on Sunday. Fantasy owners hoping to use Davis need to have another late-game option lined up. Charles Clay, Zach Miller and John Carlson are a few options.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis on track to face Saints?
49ers HC John Harbaugh announced that TE Vernon Davis has been cleared for "non-contact participation." Harbaugh also noted that VD is not experiencing concussion symptoms. It’s obviously excellent news, and it puts him on track to face the Saints this week. We’ll monitor his practice progress throughout the week, but he’s tentatively expected to hit the field on Thursday.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis "feeling great"
49ers TE Vernon Davis told reporters on Tuesday that he's "feeling great" after suffering a concussion in last weekend's loss to the Panthers. That's a good sign, but Davis' Week 11 status will ultimately come down to whether he can pass through the league's concussion protocol. We'll update his status throughout the week.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis suffers concussion
49ers TE Vernon Davis suffered a 1st-half concussion and will miss the rest of Sunday's game against the Texans. He finishes with 1 catch for 2 yards. Davis will need to pass through the concussion protocol in order to play Week 11.
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) is active for tonight's game against the Texans. He got in a week of limited practices and should be much closer to 100% than he was last week.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis questionable, fully expected to play
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) is listed as questionable but is fully expected to play against the Texans on Sunday night. He escaped last Thursday night's game without a setback, has had 10 days to heal up and got in 3 limited practices this week. He's safe to get into fantasy lineups.
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) is officially active for tonight's game against the Rams. He practiced this week and passed his final test in pregame warmups. Davis carries more risk than usual tonight but also carries plenty of upside against a Rams defense that gave up 91 yards and a score to Cowboys TEs Jason Witten and Gavin Escobar last week.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis a game-time decision for Week 4
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) is a game-time decision for tonight's tilt with the Rams, according to insider Matt Maiocco. He was in the same boat last week and ended up inactive. Unlike last week, though, Davis was able to practice on a limited basis this week. He'll be worth getting into fantasy lineups if he's active. We'll have his official status around 7 pm ET tonight.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis, Willis officially questionable
49ers TE Vernon Davis is officially questionable for Thursday night's trip to St. Louis because of his hamstring. Davis did put in limited practices on Monday and Tuesday. The team has yet to announce his participation level for Wednesday. LB Patrick Willis is also listed as questionable with a groin injury that kept him out of practice Monday and Tuesday. Willis appears unlikely to play, but the status shows he at least has a chance. Plan as though you won't have Willis for your IDP squad this week.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis limited again Tuesday
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) put in his 2nd straight limited practice on Tuesday. He'll likely end up questionable on the injury report, but we're expecting him to play against the Rams on Thursday night. If that's the case, he'll be a risk/reward fantasy option.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis puts in limited practice Monday
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) was listed as a limited participant in Monday's practice. He was considered a game-time decision for Week 3, so we're tentatively expecting him to play against the Rams on Thursday night. We'll have another update on his status tomorrow.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis inactive
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) is inactive for today's game against the Colts. Rookie Vance McDonald is active and will serve as San Francisco's primary pass-catching TE.
Vernon DavisSF -TE "Will not be easy" for Davis to play Week 3
ESPN's Adam Schefter says "it will not be easy" for 49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) to play against the Colts later today. He was unable to practice all week, but the 'Niners will work him out prior to the game before making a decision. Davis will be a risky fantasy play even if he ends up active. He's better off on your bench this week.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis questionable for Week 3
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 3. He was unable to practice all week, but the 'Niners will work him out prior to Sunday's game before deciding his status. Insider Matt Barrows doesn't expect Davis to play. With the late start time, fantasy owners need to be making other plans. Davis will be a risky fantasy start even if he ends up active. 49ers backup TE Vance McDonald (ankle) is also questionable for Sunday's game.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis held out Wednesday
49ers TE Vernon Davis (hamstring) did not practice on Wednesday. He sounds confident that he'll be ready for this weekend's game against the Colts, though. "No need to worry y'all," Davis tweeted. "My leg is feeling great just need a little rest til kickoff according to the docs." Don't expect Davis to practice much, if at all, this week. He'll likely end up questionable on the injury report and could be a game-time decision. 49ers-Colts doesn't kick off until 4:25 pm ET. Owners hoping to start Davis can add backup TE Vance McDonald as insurance. Other late-game options include Coby Fleener, Kellen Winslow and Zach Miller.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis iffy for Week 3
49ers TE Vernon Davis has been diagnosed with a hamstring strain. HC Jim Harbaugh didn't have any additional information on Monday. The team plans on evaluating Davis' progress throughout the week before deciding whether or not he'll play against the Colts this weekend. Consider VD questionable at best. Rookie Vance McDonald would step in as San Francisco's pass-catching TE if Davis is out.
Vernon DavisSF -TE Davis injures hamstring
49ers TE Vernon Davis injured his hamstring in the 4th quarter of Sunday night's game against the Seahawks. He's been ruled out for the remainder of the contest. It's possible the 'Niners don't want to put him back in the game because they're down 19. Davis is on the sidelines with an ice pack on the bum hamstring.
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