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Deebo Samuel, Trent Williams questionable for Week 13 clash vs. Dolphins

12/2/2022 11:23:58 PM
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The Miami Dolphins are not expected to have their two starting offensive tackles available for their matchup Sunday against the 49ers.

And, suddenly, the availability of the 49ers' best offensive lineman is in question, too, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bayarea reports.

All-Pro left tackle Trent Williams left the field Friday at the beginning of practice with what the team described as a back condition. His availability for the 49ers' Week 13 matchup against the Dolphins is questionable, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan announced Friday, and will be determined with how his back responds over the next two days.

If Williams is unable to play, backup Colton McKivitz is likely to get the starting assignment.

Wide receiver Deebo Samuel (quadriceps) is also listed as questionable for Sunday's game. He was not on the practice field Friday as his teammates began warmups.

Samuel was later seen on the field and in uniform, but it was unclear whether he would take part in limited practice.

Running back Christian McCaffrey, who experienced knee irritation in the 49ers' 13-0 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, was seen running at full speed and catching passes at the beginning of the 49ers' on-field work Friday and has been cleared to play against the Dolphins.

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