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September 3, 2011 at 8:23 PM

Injury updates

A few quick injury updates:

— Keith Price said he hurt his knee on that 10-yard scramble early in the second quarter when someone fell on him. Steve Sarkisian described it as a sprained knee. They were warming up Nick Montana while making sure they had a brace that would properly fit Price. He said he felt okay the rest of the game but wasn’t quite as fast or willing to run. He said he should be able to play next week.

— Jermaine Kearse suffered a sprained ankle. He said he wanted to keep playing and could have continued but Sarkisian decided to hold him out. He said he’ll be ready next week.

— Justin Glenn and Greg Ducre had cramps which is why they were out at the end.

— Chris Polk said his knee was fine. He said afterward that every other part of his body hurt except his knee. However, he said he was only about 80 percent in terms of how he ran because he wasn’t completely in game mode.

No other apparent injuries.

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