SANTA CLARA -- One of the 49ers' top pass-rushers will miss his second consecutive game, as defensive end Dee Ford was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Running back Matt Breida (ankle) and offensive tackle Joe Staley (finger) are listed as questionable for the game and are likely to be game-time decisions. Breida and Staley have both missed the past two games.
The 49ers will have the services of kicker Robbie Gould, tight end George Kittle, and receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Deebo Samuel. All of those players are no longer listed on the team's injury report.
The 49ers are not expected to make a roster move on Saturday, as the club figures to keep kicker Chase McLaughlin on the roster through at least this weekend as an insurance policy. Gould missed the past three games with a right quadriceps strain.
The 49ers also ruled out wide receiver Dante Pettis with a knee sprain. Pettis has just two receptions for 26 yards over the past six games.
"Just a non-contact drill," 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said of Pettis' injury, which occurred on Wednesday. "Him and a couple players got tangled up and just sprained his knee. He'll be week-to-week with that."
49ers injury report
DE Dee Ford (quadricep, hamstring)
WR Dante Pettis (knee)
RB Matt Breida (ankle)
T Joe Staley (finger)
Ravens injury report
49ers injury report: Edge rusher Dee Ford will not play vs. Ravens originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area