49ers K Robbie Gould was dealing with leg cramps during Sunday’s game, per Shanahan.
Cam Inman mentions that Shanahan made it sound like they will promote RB Jeff Wilson from their practice squad in wake of Coleman’s ankle injury, which could cost him multiple games. Shanahan did say they will see what out there in terms of available running backs.
49ers WR Dante Pettis played only two snaps on Sunday, as Shanahan wants to see more out of the second-year receiver who has also battled a groin injury: “He had health issues. He just got cleared to come back on Monday, so he was a little behind the 8-ball on that… he went into this game backing up… hopefully he’ll work off that and continue to earn some more time out there.” (Wagoner)
Tim Kawakami pointed out that the 49ers were interested in Antonio Brown during the offseason but quickly decided against pursuing him.
Rams S Eric Weddle has entered the concussion protocol as the result of a knee to the head during Sunday’s game. (Gary Klein)
According to Ian Rapoport, Seahawks DE Jadeveon Clowney took slightly less ($15 million) than either the $15.97 or $17.1 million he would have been set to earn under the franchise tag as either a linebacker or defensive end.
Clowney does have a no-franchise clause in his deal for the Seahawks next year, though.
Clowney said he felt a little “rusty” despite recording a sack, 1.5 tackles for loss and two tackles in his Seattle debut: “I’m still learning this defense. I learned most of it in five days, but still got a lot more learning to do.” (Bob Condotta)
Seahawks HC Pete Carroll said DE Ezekiel Ansah was inactive this week because his shoulder became sore this week. He added, though, “we should count on” Ansah being ready for Week 2 against the Steelers. (Brady Henderson)
Carroll noted Seahawks G Mike Iupati should return this week: “It really looks like he should be ready to practice the whole week.” (John Boyle)
Carroll confirmed the Seahawks were trying to sign WR Antonio Brown: “We were ready if something was there.” (Condotta)