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49ers' Carlos Hyde, Anquan Boldin remain 'day-to-day' entering bye week

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Tomsula gave medical updates on players injured in Sunday's 17-16 victory over the Atlanta Falcons in his weekly media conference on Monday.

Outside linebacker Aaron Lynch (sprained ankle and dislocated finger): “We don’t see any of those (injuries) as long term,” Tomsula said. “He’s doing good.”

Cornerback Marcus Cromartie (facial laceration): “He was bleeding pretty good, they stitched him up and he was back in (the game),” Tomsula said. “Today they’re just making sure that doesn’t get infected.”

Defensive back Jimmie Ward (sprained ankle): “Ward twisted his ankle pretty good in the first quarter,” Tomsula said. “Taped it up and battled through, so I’m pretty proud of him, too. So he’s getting his treatment and he’ll be good.”

Tomsula also spoke on injured players who were inactive for the game.

Cornerback Kenneth Acker (concussion): “(He) was in the concussion protocol,” Tomsula said. “They decided not to let him go. Err on the side of caution. So I expect him to be back and rolling and fine.”

Receiver Anquan Boldin (hamstring) and running back Carlos Hyde (foot): “Those are both going to be day-to-day as we keep getting through those and see where we’re at,” Tomsula said.

Cornerbacks Tramaine Brock (shin) and Keith Reaser (ankle): “We’ll keep you updated on those guys. Don’t have anything new for them.”

And on quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who had to leave the game for what amounted to two plays as he was checked following a hit from Philip Wheeler: “He was fine,” Tomsula said. “Yeah, he was fine. I knew that when he was coming off the field. Yeah, he was fine.”