- 49ers CB Richard Sherman (calf) said he plans to practice on Thursday and didn’t rule out playing in Week 5. (Matt Barrows)
- 49ers first-round RT Mike McGlinchey underwent MRI on Monday on his knee and everything checked out, so it looks like he’ll be good to go for Sunday’s game. (Matt Maiocco)
Rams HC Sean McVay told reporters on Wednesday that CB Marcus Peters (hamstring) is “doing good” but they still want to be smart with him moving forward.
“He’s doing good,” McVay said, via Pro Football Talk. “I think he was sore just like anything else. You continue to come away impressed with just the toughness, what a great competitor he is. I think any time you’re talking about a soft tissue injury, especially from a corner spot, we want to be smart. We’ll probably monitor and kind of just alleviate what his typical workload would be to get him as fresh as possible for Sunday. But he’s feeling good and he’s making strides in the right direction.”
Regarding LB Mychal Kendricks‘ indefinite suspension, Seahawks HC Pete Carroll said he does not “have a sense” of what is happening with Kendricks at this point in time.
“How do you define indefinitely?” Carroll said, via ProFootballTalk. “I don’t know. We pressed that. What does that mean? It means indefinitely. We don’t have a sense for what’s going to happen right now and they couldn’t give us any, so we know nothing moving forward.”