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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Coach Jim Harbaugh expects top 2012 wide receiver Michael Crabtree to return to game action in mid- to late November after recovering in quick fashion from a torn right Achilles tendon that required surgery.The 26-year-old Crabtree had career highs last season with 85 receptions for 1,105 yards and nine touchdowns for the NFC champion Niners, and was a big reason they returned to the Super Bowl for the first time in 18 years. He sustained the injury during 7-on-7 drills in an organized team activity May 21."It's been very good. aldon smith jersey It's more November, middle to late November is kind of what we're hoping for," Harbaugh said. "He seems to be on track for that. That's what we're hopeful for, being able to play."Crabtree recently resumed running as a significant step in his progress. His return will be a huge boost for a receiving corps searching for a complement opposite Anquan Boldin.Even Harbaugh has been impressed with Crabtree's healing ability with an injury that often can take far longer than six months for full recovery.
"I catch it now and then, sometimes even when we're practicing he's doing his rehab work, pretty much talk to him every day and things seem to be going well," Harbaugh said. "He's been very positive and very upbeat and feels like things are progressing well."Harbaugh has traded a few text messages with linebacker Aldon Smith, absent for the past two games while undergoing treatment for substance abuse, and the coach said there are encouraging signs Smith is getting himself right.Smith, selected seventh overall in the 2011 draft out of Missouri, spent his 24th birthday in an in-patient facility Sept. 25. He is on an indefinite leave of absence.There is no timetable for Smith's return, aldon smith jersey authentic which could be as soon as after the bye week in early November. He also could face a suspension — either this season or early next year depending on how the league views his rehab stint — from the NFL following his arrest on suspicion of DUI on Sept 20."Heard that things are going very well, very positive reports back," Harbaugh said.If Freeman is determined to start right away, this is not the place for him. But if he wants to be a backup, get supreme coaching and get a chance to be a starter down the road, being the backup in San Francisco could work. But in the end, I think he will get an offer in which his road to the field is shorter.
CBS reported the 49ers reached out to free-agent defensive lineman Richard Seymour after pass-rusher Aldon Smith went to an alcohol treatment center nearly two weeks ago. But the report said the two sides could not come close to financial terms. Seymour would be a rotational player for the 49ers and they don’t have much cap room, so they’d likely not offer much. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the government shutdown is delaying 49ers safety Donte Whitner from dropping the W in his name and becoming Donte Hitner. Whitner's lawyer has filed the paperwork in his home state of Ohio, but it cannot be processed until the government shutdown is over and federal employees are back to work.Then, once they get back to work, the NFL expects it to take another six weeks for the paperwork to be filed with the league office. Plus, the league still has not decided if it would allow a player to change his legal name on a jersey in-season. Thus, it may take some time before the name change is reflected on his jersey.SAN FRANCISCO -- Matt Schaub threw an interception for a touchdown in his fourth straight game, and the San Francisco 49ers led the Houston Texans 14-0 after the first quarter Sunday night.
Tramaine Brock of Long Beach stepped in front of Andre Johnson to intercept Schaub's first pass. Brock ran 18 yards untouched into the end zone to stun Schaub and the Texans again before most fans had even settled into their seats on a relatively warm and windless night at Candlestick Park.Colin Kaepernick completed four of six passes for 45 yards on San Francisco's opening drive to set up Frank Gore's 1-yard TD run that put Houston in a major hole.The game started similar to how the Texans' last one ended.Last week, Schaub threw an interception returned for a score that allowed Seattle to tie the game in the fourth quarter before Houston lost 23-20 in overtime. Fans in Houston have been calling for Schaub to be benched ever since, and some even burned his jersey and posted signs along city streets calling for backup T.J. Yates.The Texans failed to capitalize even when Schaub looked sharp. He regrouped to complete five of six passes for 32 yards and drive Houston deep into San Francisco territory before a pair of penalties on consecutive third downs. Then, Randy Bullock hooked a 45-yard field goal wide left.Kaepernick took over and led San Francisco on a 12-play, 65-yard drive that spanned nearly six minutes. He completed a 9-yard pass to Anquan Boldin on third-and-9 before Gore's short TD run.
Both teams entered 2-2 and trying to overcome obstacles.The 49ers were playing without several key defensive players for the second straight game. All-Pro linebacker Patrick Willis sat out with a strained groin, Nnamdi Asomugha was sidelined with a knee injury and linebacker Aldon Smith is undergoing treatment for substance abuse.After the team’s second straight early exit from the playoffs, the quarterback’s worst possible nightmare materialized to start the season. Throwing to the opponent seemingly as much as his own teammates and sitting at 2-2 heading into what the fans surely think is a must-win game aldon smith jersey cheap. So, what if this happens to Matt Schaub on Sunday: 18-32, TD, 2 INT and an 11-point loss to a team that went to the Super Bowl last season?Panic, pandemonium, more jersey burning, calls for T.J. Yates and probably even Case Keenum, not to mention calls for Gary Kubiak’s job. And it would all be absurd.The above scenario already happened to another Matt – Matt Ryan. Ryan and the Falcons bounced back from that 2-3 start in 2011, went on to the playoffs with questions about the QB swirling.“But can Falcons QB Matt Ryan continue to throw deep—and finally go deep—in the playoffs? He failed to reach 200 yards against Green Bay last January or in a 2008 wild-card defeat to the Cardinals, completing just four passes of 20 yards or longer in 69 total attempts. In his two postseason games Ryan, 26, has more interceptions (four) than touchdown passes (three).”