The Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers announced their inactive players for Sunday’s game at Levi’s Stadium
The Arizona Cardinals injury report wasn’t too bad this week leading up to their division game against the San Francisco 49ers. Sunday’s inactive player list reflects that.
The Cardinals have running back Andre Ellington active on Sunday. Ellington has been listed as having a quad injury. He was questionable heading into Sunday’s game. How much he actually plays we will see.
Also listed as questionable coming into Sunday’s game at the 49ers was linebacker Karlos Dansby. He too is active for the Cardinals.
Inactive for the Cardinals however are a couple of offensive linemen. Daniel Munyer and Will Holden are both out for Sunday’s game. Munyer didn’t even make the trip to San Francisco.
Receiver Chad Williams, who was limited this week, is also inactive once again. Defensive tackle Xaiver Williams also sits on Sunday.
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The other three inactives are running back D.J. Foster, linebacker Scooby Wright III, and tight end Ricky Seals-Jones.
As for the 49ers, their inactives include tackle Joe Staley and defensive lineman Solomon Thomas. Staley is a huge absence for the 49ers.
They will also be without defensive lineman Aaron Lynch and D.J. Jones, cornerback K’Waun Williams, linebacker Pita Taumoepenu, and offensive lineman Garry Gilliam. Lynch is the biggest name in that bunch that will miss Sunday’s game.
The 49ers remember also placed receiver Pierre Garcon on injured reserve this past week. He didn’t practice Wednesday and then was ruled out for the season on Thursday.
One player who will be active for the 49ers on Sunday will be quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Some are guessing he may play, including Cardinals players. Some believe they will, or at least should, sit him for a couple of weeks while he learns their offense.