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The 49ers could be without LB Dre Greenlaw for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. He's questionable with hip and ankle injuries after managing just one limited practice Friday. DC Steve Wilks said Thursday that he expected Greenlaw to play, according to The Athletic's Matt Barrows. CB Charvarius Ward (groin) is also questionable after following the same practice schedule. We'll watch for more on both players over the weekend. The 49ers have ruled out DT Javon Hargrave and DL Arik Armstead.

Niners LB Dre Greenlaw is considered "day-to-day" as he deals with hip and ankle injuries, according to Niners Nation. Greenlaw temporarily left Sunday's win over the Seahawks but played 95% of snaps. He seems like a good bet to be ready for Week 15. DL Arik Armstead "might miss one more game," HC Kyle Shanahan told reporters Monday. DT Javon Hargrave (hamstring) and CB Charvarius Ward (groin) have a "chance" to play. Both left Sunday's game early and did not return. We'll check their statuses through the practice week.

Niners DT Javon Hargrave (knee) is active for today's game against the Jaguars. Use him as planned in IDP lineups.

The 49ers have agreed to a four-year deal with DT Javon Hargrave. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that it's worth $84 million overall, with $40 million of that guaranteed at signing. Hargrave delivered a career-high 11 sacks in 2022, his third season with the Eagles after arriving as a free agent. He racked up 34 QB hits over the past two years after topping out at 8 over his first five seasons. Hargrave's arrival could challenge the role of fourth-year DT Javon Kinlaw. The former first-round pick played in just 10 total games over the past two seasons because of injuries. Arik Armstead remains as well. Hargrave played 64.4% and 68.4% of the snaps over the past two years, so there's room for a three-man rotation. Hargrave should be the first (and maybe only in most cases) among the three to go in 2023 IDP drafts.

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