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Michael Crabtree says he is ready to play

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12:10 PM ET 11.30 | For the first time since suffering a torn right Achilles in May, San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree is ready to see live game action. Crabtree was able to practice for three consecutive days during the week, and now he has declared himself ready to play on Sunday afternoon when the 49ers play host to the St. Louis Rams. Crabtree understands that he will be a crucial part of the 49ers offense from day one, but he doesn't want to create too much hype that would make him struggle to meet expectations. Instead, Crabtree simply wants to come out and help the team get back to where they were just one year ago.

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November 30, 2013  05:12 PM ET

Not his decision.

November 30, 2013  05:44 PM ET

So is Tebow.

November 30, 2013  09:23 PM ET

It will take time to gell with CK and Niners could still end up missing the playoffs if they lose 1-2 more gms. The Niners should have gambled on getting that WR from Cleveland, nothing to lose but couple of draft picks.

November 30, 2013  09:38 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

So is Tebow.

Now WHY would you drag poor Tebow in to this? Dude has been off the grid for a couple of months now - no need to hate on him right. Let's focus our hatred towards people who deserve it, like Jerry Jones and Mike Shanahan.

November 30, 2013  10:57 PM ET

It'll be good to see him back. Kap needs the support.

November 30, 2013  11:01 PM ET

Crabtree might be ready.

But Kaeperknucklehead still has regressed. His accuracy rivals Matt Schaub. If the ball can't reach Crabtree, it doesn't matter.

November 30, 2013  11:03 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

It'll be good to see him back. Kap needs the support.

He needs coaching more than support. He states down receivers and is inaccurate. He's Christian Ponder with better wheels and excessive ink...both in the papers and his body.

December 1, 2013  01:09 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Now WHY would you drag poor Tebow in to this?

Because it's funny?

 
December 1, 2013  10:00 AM ET

What is really funny is watching RG and Kappy try to force a play that isn't there.

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