Kyle Juszczyk Fingers

Kyle Juszczyk Fingers: The 49ers will be without six-time Star Bowl fullback Kyle Juszczyk this week after he had a medical procedure Monday for a messed up finger supported against the Kansas City Bosses. In all probability he won’t play this week and we’ll get him after the bye,” mentor Kyle Shanahan said during a telephone call.

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With Juszczyk out, the 49ers will shift focus over to tight finishes to take up the leeway and line up in the backfield in developments that require a fullback when they face the Los Angeles Rams Sunday at SoFi Arena. Missing any of our folks is extreme,” Shanahan said. “We have various tight finishes on our list that we attempt to broadly educate at that position. Whether it’s Ross (Dwelley), or in some cases it’s (George) Kittle. We have (Tyler) Kroft, we have Charlie (Woerner). We utilize that large number of folks pretty comparable.

The 49ers don’t have a reinforcement fullback on their program, as they cut Josh Hokit — who’d been in the group’s training crew the beyond two seasons — in August. Hokit is a free specialist.  The 49ers utilized tight end Ross Dwelley to take his spot over that stretch, and Shanahan indicated that could again be the group’s substitution approach at fullback.

“We have various tight finishes on our list who we attempt to broadly educate at the position,” Shanahan said. “Whether it’s Ross or here and there it’s (George) Kittle, we have (Tyler) Kroft, we have Charlie (Woerner). We utilize that multitude of folks pretty comparative. Star 49ers beneficiary Deebo Samuel likewise arrived on Shanahan’s postgame injury report with a hamstring injury. He’s recorded as everyday alongside linebacker Dre Greenlaw, who left the game with a calf injury.

Shanahan said the hamstring issue irritated Samuel, who wrapped up with six contacts for 44 yards, down the stretch of Sunday’s down. Yet, the wideout didn’t report the injury until his time at the group office Monday.