49ers' Bosa suffered hamstring injury during drills

Nick Bosa Leaves 49ers Practice After Pulling Hamstring

Nick Bosa Leaves 49ers Practice After Pulling Hamstring

Head coach Kyle Shanahan said he did not know the severity of the injury, though it was reported Bosa was walking with a limp but was not attended to by medical staff.

Those concerns are sure to be brought up again with news of his injury Tuesday. Tuesday's OTA was just the fifth time he has practiced since the surgery. "He'll be back. He'll be fine".

The former Ohio State star was the No. 2 overall pick behind Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray. San Francisco is expecting to have a revamped pass rush after trading for Dee Ford and drafting Bosa in this year's draft.

Ford knows how vital Bosa is to the 49ers' plans for the upcoming season.

"He'll get healthy", Ford said. But for OTAs, especially for first- and second-year players or guys on the fringes of the roster, showcasing some positives can be a real bonus. You hate to see [an injury] for a rookie because he's really progressing, and he's going to be important for the defense.

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Today, Bosa's pass rush partner Ford addressed the tweets and held a similar stance as Sherman and Garoppolo.

"And in the run game, he can make plays, frontside and backside", he added. "He's getting used to it". Although, he notes that being on the same side as Buckner will give an edge rusher a bit of an advantage.

"Yeah, he's a great guy", Ford said. Social media is social media. I don't even have a social media, so I'm not even up to speed with the quotes and all of that.

As Ford walked off after his interview, he responded to a reporter's jest about not having social media, saying, "Man, it's refreshing not to have social media, waiting on likes and shit".

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