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|The 49ers have not have much luck with injuries at running back. That’s what got Alfred Morris onto their roster on Aug. 13 and what could have him lining up in the backfield with Jimmy Garoppolo in the season opener.
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San Francisco has McKinnon, Morris, Matt Breida and Raheem Mostert at running back on the initial 53-player roster. Breida separated a shoulder during trainingi camp [url=http://www.officialislanders.com/authentic-adidas-mathew-barzal-jersey]Mathew Barzal Jersey[/url] , which played a part in the 49ers signing Morris.
If McKinnon is out, Morris is the likely starter, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
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He had 89 yards on 19 carries in the preseason for the 49ers.
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Mike Martz, a San Diego native, will coach the San Diego team. He served as offensive coordinator the Super Bowl XXXIV champion Rams in 1999, and as head coach Martz took the Rams to Super Bowl XXXVI.聽(Maybe Kurt Warner can come out of retirement to play for Martz [url=http://www.officialknightsproshop.com/authentic-adidas-oscar-dansk-jersey]Oscar Dansk Jersey[/url] , or at least openly muse about the possibility before claiming it’s a #slownewsday when people react.)
The Chargers played in San Diego from 1961 through 2016, moving to L.A. last year. The AAF is due to begin playing the Sunday after Super Bowl LIII.