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Trey Lance Injury History & Updates

Basic StatsTrey Lance's Basic Stats

Trey Lance
ADP: 42.5
Bye: 7
Experience: 3
Age: 24.2
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 226
40 Time: 4.69

Injury PredictorTrey Lance's Injury Guide

Low Risk

Chance of Injury in 2024

36.6%

% chance misses at least 2 quarters

Chance of Injury per Game

2.6%

1- 17√1-% Inj/Season

Projected Games Missed 2024

1.60

Durability

1.50

Ability to produce despire relatively minor injuries. 5 being most durable

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Injury History

Date League Injury Details
Feb 15, 2020 Non-NFL Knee Meniscus Trim Trey Lance used crutches following a medical procedure for a lower-body injury suffered in high school.
Aug 29, 2021 NFL Hand Finger Fracture Lance suffered a finger injury during the preseason win against the Raiders. He was good for the 49ers' season opener against the Lions.
Oct 10, 2021 NFL Knee Strain Grade 1 Lance suffered a left knee sprain in the 49ers' loss to the Arizona Cardinals. He missed one game.
Sep 18, 2022 NFL Pedal Ankle Fracture Lance's injury came on a zone-read run.
Sep 18, 2022 NFL Pedal Ankle Dislocation Lance's injury came on a zone-read run.

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Brock Purdy, QB SF

11:49pm EDT 5/10/23

Brock Purdy progressing well

The 49ers expect to have QB Brock Purdy back from his elbow injury in time for training camp, HC Kyle Shanahan told The Athletic's David Lombardi. Purdy avoided Tommy John surgery (ligament replacement) on his throwing elbow. That's expected to accelerate his return timeline. The team expects Purdy to start throwing the ball in June. We'll track his progress.

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49ers QB Brock Purdy ultimately avoided Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, instead undergoing a UCL report with an internal brace, according to ESPN's Nick Wagoner. The procedure is expected to have Purdy back on the field quicker than initially suspected, although there's still no concrete timetable for his return. "I think like a lot of those things, timelines are just guidelines," GM John Lynch said. "Every person is different. There probably is some amount of time in talking to the docs that you want to make sure you get to that point before he's out there, but our hope is he's ready to go in training camp." The 49ers have called Purdy the "leader in the clubhouse" to be the team's 2023 starter -- and being ready for training camp would give him a good chance to hold on to that title. We'll continue to track Purdy's rehab.

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49ers QB Brock Purdy's elbow surgery was originally scheduled for February 22 but has been delayed due to swelling in the joint. “Some of the delay and the swelling and all that — it’s not like a typical baseball injury,” GM John Lynch said Tuesday at the Combine. “This was a football injury where there was a lot of force there. So, it just all had to quiet down.” Purdy is now expected to go under the knife "early next week," according to The Athletic's Matt Barrows. The 49ers are still hoping to have Purdy back on the field 6 months after surgery, but Lynch admitted that there are “a variety of time frames.” Either way, this delay makes it unlikely that Purdy is available for training camp -- and more likely that QB Trey Lance opens the 2023 season as San Francisco's starter.

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49ers QB Brock Purdy is expected to undergo surgery to repair his torn UCL on February 22, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Purdy is expected to make a full recovery and be ready for training camp, per Rapoport. Still, this is a serious procedure that will cost Purdy the entire offseason program. It's a considerable speed bump after an impressive 8-game run as a rookie. Purdy and QB Trey Lance are expected to duke it out for the starting job this summer, barring a significant addition to the QB room.

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49ers QB Trey Lance (ankle) said Tuesday that he'll be fully cleared in 3-4 weeks and will be 100% for OTAs. He's rehabbing a fractured and dislocated ankle that required a 1st surgery in mid-September and a 2nd in late December. It sounds like that process has gone smoothly, though, and that Lance will be a full-go for the offseason program. Although he's entering his 3rd NFL season, he needs all the reps he can get. Lance has made just 4 pro starts after spending just 1 season as a starting QB in high school – and then just 1 full season as North Dakota State’s starter. The fantasy upside remains high here thanks to Lance's rushing ability combined with San Francisco's offensive scheme and weaponry.

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