NFC West injury report, Week 12: Kendall Hunter leaves with hurt ankle

Thearon W. Henderson

Kendall Hunter was forced to leave the game on Sunday with an injured ankle.

The San Francisco 49ers earned a huge win on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, 31-21, but lost a few key contributors in the process.

Wide receiver/kick returner Kyle Williams banged up his knee and couldn't return to play, while running back Kendall Hunter appeared to tweak his ankle.

Out in Miami, the Seattle Seahawks lost to the Dolphins, 24-21, but stayed relatively healthy. Linebacker Leroy Hill sprained his ankle during the contest but was able to return. His status will be monitored throughout the week.

In the St. Louis Rams' 31-17 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, both teams were able to walk away without any serious damage being done.

St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford had the wind knocked out of him at one point, but he was able to stay in the game without incident. The Cardinals left St. Louis with only a bruised ego, as they still have their health.

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