RB Jerick McKinnon, 49ers, leaves practice with knee injury

RB Jerick McKinnon, 49ers, leaves practice with knee injury

Jeris McKinnon is in his first season with San Francisco, after spending his first four seasons in the NFL with Minnesota. Michael Zagaris / San Francisco 49ers / Getty ImagesSANTA CLARA, Calif. – Only a few moves after the Sunday team practice portion began, San Francisco 49ers running back Jerick McKinnon came out with pain in his right knee. After limping to the sideline to be seen by doctors during 10 minutes and not participate the rest of the practice, McKinnon was scheduled to undergo the same Sunday to an MRI to evaluate potential structural damage, according to the team. McKinnon started the practice with a couple of long runs on the right side of the After being treated by the doctors, McKinnon got up, greeted general manager John Lynch, met with his teammates to see the rest of the practice and took pictures and gave autographs to the fans who attended the training once it finished. .If you want to receive the best information of the sports world, download the App now.
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McKinnon, who signed a four-year, $ 30 million contract with the 49ers in the offseason, suffered the injury after backup Matt Breida left Thursday's pre-season game against the Dallas Cowboys with a separate shoulder. Breida loses the rest of the preseason, but is ready for the first regular-season duel on September 9 against the Minnesota Vikings.Joe Williams, another 49ers substitute running back, did not attend Sunday's practice for a death in his family. After McKinnon left the practice, Raheem Mostert, Jeremy McNichols and Jeff Wilson remained the only healthy runners on the team.

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