The 49ers announced that five players will be joining the team for practice after opening training camp on injury lists along with news about another member of the squad who will be sidelined for a while.
Defensive lineman Arik Armstead has a hamstring injury and the team describes his timeline to return to action as “week-to-week.” Injuries have been a recurring theme for Armstead of late as a shoulder injury and a broken hand have conspired to limit him to 14 games the last two seasons.
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The 49ers also announced that guard Joshua Garnett is day-to-day with a knee injury and that tight end Cole Hikutini will be out the rest of this week due to a groin injury.
Football's giving Browns coach Hue Jackson refuge to cope with family loss.
Jackson, trying to turn around a Cleveland team that didn't win a game in 16 tries last season, plans to remain with the team in training camp while mourning the recent deaths of his 83-year-old mother and brother in California.
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Jackson intends to stay with the Browns through next week's exhibition opener against the New York Giants while the family finalizes funeral plans.
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"It's been really tough on him," Thornton said. "He's just trying to let football help him out."
Although Jackson is just 1-31 in two seasons with the Browns, owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam said last week that the coach still has their unwavering support.
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