Roundup: 49ers DE Bosa (tornozelo) programado para jogar contra Bucs


49ersfirst-round pickNick Bosawill get to make his NFL debut on Week 1.

According to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, Bosa (ankle) is slated to play on Sunday in the49ers‘ road opener against theTampa Bay Buccaneers, per source.

Bosa missed the entire preseasonafter suffering a significant ankle sprain in early August during training camp. Just two weeks ago, San Francisco general manager John Lynch thought Bosa had a “50-50” chanceof suiting up for Week 1 with the positive recovery progress fueling his optimism.

Now Lynch will get to see his No. 2 overall pick in action, but the amount of playing time Bosa gets remains to be seen considering the Ohio State product missed most of training camp and was tempered in practice leading up to the season.

Bosa is officially listed as questionable in the49ers‘ injury report and was a limited participant in practice all week.

The positive news is what San Francisco has hoped for during a preseason that has been riddled with injuries. With their rookie edge rusher back healthy and available to play, the49erslook to start the season on the right foot in what is a big season for third-year head coach Kyle Shanahan.

Here are other news items we are monitoring on Sunday morning:

1.Jacksonville JaguarsLTCam Robinson(knee) has no structural damage but could maybe miss a few weeks,according to NFL Network’s James Palmer, per source. Robinson hyperextended his right knee in practice this week and has been already ruled out for Sunday vs. theChiefs. With backupCedric Ogbuehi(hamstring) also ruled out,Will Richardsongets the start.

2. According to Rapoport,Ravensrookie WRMarquise Brown(foot) is expected to play against theDolphins, per source. Listed as questionable, Brown missed practice as early as last Friday, but coach John Harbaugh was confident he would play all along. Brown, of Hollywood, Florida, now gets to make his NFL debut a homecoming in Miami.

3.Los Angeles ChargerskickerMichael Badgley(right groin), who is listed as doubtful, won’t play on Sunday vs. theColts, according to Rapoport. PunterTy Longwill serve as theChargerskicker.

4.PatriotsTEMatt LaCosse(ankle) is not expected to play in Sunday night’s home opener against theSteelers, according to Rapoport. LaCosse is one of the players tasked with replacing Rob Gronkowski.

As forPatriotsWRDemaryius Thomas(hamstring), the team hasn’t ruled him out officially but, according to Rapoport, they will be cautious going forward.

5.JetsWRRobby Anderson(calf) and CBTrumaine Johnson(hamstring) are officially active for Sunday’s opener vs. theBills.

6.Cleveland Brownsrookie cornerbackGreedy Wlliamsis set to start in his NFL debut today against theTitansopposite second-year cornerDenzel Ward, NFL Network’s Steve Wyche reported per two defensive coaches. Williams was competing for the starting job withTerrance Williamsand the rookie’s skill, growth and overall performance led to him winning the spot, Wyche was told by one of the coaches.

7.Minnesota Vikingsstandout wide receiverStefon Diggs(hamstring) will be active today against theFalcons, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported. Diggs went through early warmups with no problems.

Receiver and new additionJosh Doctsonis inactive.

8.Washington Redskinsrunning backAdrian Peterson, asearlier reported by Rapoport and NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, is inactive for Sunday’s opener against theEagles. QuarterbackColt McCoyand tight endJordan Reed, as expected, are also inactive.

9.Buffalo Billsreceiver/returnerAndre Roberts, as expected, is inactive for Sunday’s opener.

10.New York Jetsrunning backBilal Powellis inactive for Sunday.

11.Carolina Panthersdefensive endBruce Irvinis inactive for Sunday’s opener.

12. TheAtlanta Falconsannounced offensive linemanKaleb McCary, the team’s first-round pick, will get the start in their opener against theVikingstoday.


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