NFC West Week 16 injury report: Vernon Davis, Mario Manningham leave 49ers game with injuries

Streeter Lecka

The San Francisco 49ers had two offensive contributors leave their game against the Seattle Seahawks due to injury.

The San Francisco 49ers picked up a pair of injuries in their 42-13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Starting tight end Vernon Davis left the game in the first half after a hit from Kam Chancellor. Davis suffered a concussion in the collision and did not return to the game. Wide receiver Mario Manningham suffered an apparent serious knee injury in the third quarter and had to be helped off the field.

The Seahawks were apparently able to leave Sunday's game against the 49ers without any significant injuries.

Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson picked up a bruised knee in the first quarter against the Chicago Bears, but the second year player out of LSU was able to get back on the field without missing a play.

The St. Louis Rams were able to leave Tampa Bay with a 28-13 over the Buccaneers and were able to leave Raymond James Stadium without incurring any serious injuries.

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