The San Francisco 49ers lost Jimmy Garoppolo to a torn ACL on Sunday Womens Customized San Francisco 49ers Jerseys , but the injury report went well beyond that. Richard Sherman, Matt Breida, and Adrian Colbert were among those who suffered injuries during the Week 3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. On Monday afternoon, head coach Kyle Shanahan offered an update on players injured in Week3, as well as the status of previously injured playersQB Jimmy Garoppolo: Torn ACL — out for the year, although one slightly bit of good news is that Shanahan believes it is a straight ACL tear and not multiple ligaments. The surgery in a week or two will reveal more.CB Richard Sherman: Calf strain — out a couple weeks (reported as 2-3 by Jordan Schultz)S Adrian Colbert: Hip — re-check on WednesdayRB Matt Breida: Hyperextended knee & calf soreness — returned to game, but questionable for Week 4OG Mike Person: Knee sprain — returned to game, probably questionable for Week 4RB Alfred Morris: Ankle injury — returned to game, will re-check on Wednesday, but “expect him to be alright.”OG Joshua Garnett: Dislocated toe still an issue — “I’d be surprised if we got him back this week.”S Jaquiski Tartt: Shoulder stinger still an issue — re-check on WednesdayWR Marquise Goodwin: Made it through the game after returning from Week 1 quad injury — “I expect him to be alright.”If Mike Person is unable to go against the Los Angeles Chargers and Joshua Garnett probably won’t be available, I think we would see Erik Magnuson get the start. He was activefor the first time this season www.49erscheapshops.com , and was in place over Najee Toran. Magnuson replaced Person when the latter injured his knee, which suggests he is next man up at right guard.Breida has 274 rushing yards on the season, which is tied with Ezekiel Elliott for the league lead. More importantly, he is averaging 8.6 yards per carry, which also leads the league among qualified running backs. Chargers running back Austin Ekeler is second at 8.2 yards per carry, and Phillip Lindsay is third at 6.0 yards per carry. Fingers crossed the 49ers can have him available this weekend as the running game will be critical for supporting C.J. Beathard.Report: Preliminary diagnoses for Joe Staley, Dante Pettis are NOT an ACL injury Of the many injuries the San Francisco 49ers suffered in Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers, one of them is already beginning bring a bit of relief. Per Matt Maiocco, left tackle Joe Staley’s knee injury is looking like it’s not ACL related. Fooch’s update: It also sounds like Dante Pettis avoided an ACL tear, but again, we’ll find out more on Monday.Now San Francisco 49ers T-Shirt , that doesn’t mean it’s not an ACL tear. As Maiocco noted, Staley still needs an MRI, which will confirm the injury (which happens Monday). It does at least show a good sign and the 49ers aren’t fearing the worst. When Jimmy Garoppolo went down last week against the Kansas City Chiefs, the 49ers leaned the opposite direction and feared it was an ACL injury, the MRI later confirmed it. Staley went down in the first half favoring his knee and didn’t return to the game. While he walked off of his own accord, it wasn’t a good sign he wasn’t going back to the field. He wasn’t the only one; the 49ers were decimated further by the injury bug Sunday, losing Dante Pettis, Solomon Thomas, and even Mike McGlinchey for a spell. Staley is one of the most important people on the 49ers offense and a influential voice in the locker room. Losing him would be a severe blow.