49ers vs. Browns Injury Update- Elijah Mitchell Makes Practice Comeback, Deshaun Watson and Dre Greenlaw Still Out

The Cleveland Browns are signing up for a nightmare. Or at least a super tough fight, as they prepare to face the dominating team in not only the NFC but also the NFL. On the other hand, the San Francisco 49ers hit the road for their upcoming clash on Sunday. For the 49ers, there is a lot at stake as they come in with an untainted record. Whereas talking about the Browns, the team has a more important thing at stake as compared to the Niners, their reputation in the season. Browns have a score of 2-2 ahead of their clash at the Cleveland Browns Stadium, their home ground.

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Although the Browns will get the home-ground benefit of the audience in their favor, defeating the 49ers will still be a tough challenge for them. However, if the Browns accomplish the tremendous task, Kevin Stefanski will be the happiest man on the earth. Now that the injury report of the teams is released, the goal seems a bit more far-fetched for the Browns.

Elijah Mitchell is back at the game: 49ers’ injury updates


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As per the latest injury report released by NBCS, there are some updates that the 49ers’ fans would be delighted to know about. Running Back Elijah Mitchell practiced on Thursday after not being able to participate in the last two games. Mitchell was suffering from a knee injury, which has bettered. Jordan Mason has assumed the position of absent Mitchell as a backup for RB Christian McCaffrey.

Alongside Mitchell, Aaron Banks was also on the list of limited practice. Banks are undergoing treatment for a shoulder injury. Yet in an interesting turn of things, Banks also practiced with Mitchell. However, due to his recovery process, he is still listed under the limited column. LB Dre Greenlaw also missed Thursday’s practice. However, that does not sound good for Browns.

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What does this mean for the San Francisco 49ers?

Browns’ star player QB Deshaun Watson is also sidelined for upcoming games due to his rotator cuff injury. However, their RB Jerome Ford is in full practice and will play against the 49ers. The addition of their injured players back in the game sounds like great news for the 49ers as it means that they’re already almost perfect defenses and offenses would get stronger.

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Hence, this means that if the Browns want to have a chance against the Niners, they would have to give their sweat and tears to it. Yet the looming question of which team would dominate the other on Sunday remains unanswered.

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