The 49ers have thrived as one of the best teams in the NFL this season despite a revolving door at quarterback. Now, that depth will be further tested once more.
San Francisco rookie quarterback Brock Purdy left Sunday’s NFC championship game against the Eagles after taking a big hit on his right arm by Haason Reddick during his team’s first possession. After the play was initially ruled an incomplete pass, replay overturned the call to a fumble, with Philadelphia recovering.
Purdy was replaced by veteran Josh Johnson.
The 49ers announced on Twitter that Purdy was questionable to return with an elbow injury.
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