In response to the NFL fining the Denver Broncos for a videotaping infraction that took place before the Oct. 31 game at Wembley Stadium, the 49ers released the following statement Saturday:
“The San Francisco 49ers organization is aware of the results of the league’s investigation involving the Denver Broncos. The situation has been addressed by the NFL, therefore, the team will not be commenting any further.”
Coach Mike Singletary was asked about the news and wasn’t too talkative about the subject. He insisted that reporters ask about the 49ers Monday night matchup against Arizona.
“I’m not even concerned about that,” Singletary said when asked if he’d had heard anything from Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels. “That’s behind us and we’re moving on.”
Other news from a rainy day of practice included:
Joe Nedney being doubtful for Monday’s game as well as cornerback Will James, who is recovering from a concussion suffered against St. Louis. Shane Andrus will resume kicking duties if Nedney can’t go.
Tackle Joe Staley is the only player ruled out for the 49ers and veteran Barry Sims should remain in the starting lineup for Staley at left tackle.
The 49ers will leave for the desert Sunday afternoon and we’ll resume our coverage on 49ers.com all day Monday leading you up to kick-off.
Tags: Barry Sims, Joe Nedney, Shane Andrus, Will James
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