The San Francisco 49ers may have their starting quarterback Brock Purdy under center for their second primetime
meeting with the Seattle Seahawks. The rookie quarterback, who was ruled questionable, entered this "Thursday Night Football"
game after suffering all-week injuries with oblique and rib injuries in the organization's Week 14 matchup
instead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said earlier in the week that no final
decisions on Purdy's availability are likely to be made before game day and that 49ers QB1 are ready to
get back into action in just four days. Purdy will make his first road start at Lumen Field, which has been
ientified a number of times this week by Shanahan and veteran game fans as one of the most daunting
stadiums in the NFL. "Either right here or Arrowhead, so I'm looking forward to that. All the guys have played
right a few times here so be sure to pay attention to what is right and what is not verbal exchanges and operation.
So we will be ready to roll for it. Purdy had a brilliant Week 14 in which the rookie quarterback completed 16 of 21 passes
for 185 yards and touchdowns and brought a rushing touchdown of his very own competition to Tampa Bay.
With last weekend's win, Purdy has become the number one quarterback to make his first career start
competing with Tom Brady and must walk away with a win.Additionally, defenseman Kerry Hyder Jr. and
cornerback Ambry Thomas, all of whom were listed as questionable in the week's final damage report, can
lso be lively for Thursday night's game. Six outspoken game enthusiasts were ruled out Wednesday,
including quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (foot), defensive end once more Tarvarius Moore (knee), massive
receiver Deebo Samuel (knee, ankle), Kevin Givens (knee) and cornerback Samuel Womack III (concussion).
Defensive lineman Hassan Ridgeway (pectoral) was placed on the injured reserve list Thursday afternoon.