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SANTA CLARA — Jimmy Garoppolo officially went on injured reserve Wednesday because of a torn anterior cruicate ligament in his left knee, opening a roster spot for the 49ers to promote quarterback Nick Mullens from the practice squad.“Obviously I’ve gotten the backup job under very unfortunate circumstances,” Mullens said. “Since I’ve been here, whatever my role is, it’s to help the team win, and this week it’s as the backup.”Garoppolo’s franchise-numbing exit also means that C.J. Beathard …
Nah. Don’t reach for the low-hanging-fruit, fire-the-coach angle (see: 2014, ’15, ’16). Shanahan received a six-year contract because this was a massive rebuild. He’s 1 1/2 seasons into it, and he’s had more bad luck … CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSANTA CLARA — The 49ers (1-7) take a a six-game losing streak into Thursday night’s home game against the Raiders (1-6). They can take this mailbag with them:Is Shanahan at risk? (@wgclements)
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest At the Farm Machinery Show in Louisville today, AgriGold announced that the formerly corn only company will be soon adding soybeans to their line up.“We have been corn only for the past 80 years, but with new genetics, traits and seed treatments, it has made the soybean industry very confusing. Our model is largely based on a one-on-one relationship with the grower. We feel that this is the perfect opportunity to provide value with our growers not only in their difficult decisions in corn but now also soybeans,” said Nathan Louiso, regional sales manager for AgriGold. “We have been asked to provide a bean line for years, and we feel like it is time to support our growers with their soybeans like we have with corn. We are starting with a very limited release for spring of 2017 that will target some of our current growers. We are going to take this slow to do this the right way — the AgriGold way. We are starting with a blank slate and planning to get a lot of feedback from our growers as we move forward with this.”
India’s top archer Deepika Kumari settled for a silver medal after losing to World No.1 Bo Bae Ki of South Korea in the World Cup Final here Sunday.Deepika, who slipped to the number two spot in the rankings following her shocking first round loss in the London Olympics last month, gave the South Korean a tough fight before going down 4-6.It turned out to be a low-scoring tie with Ki’s 28 in third end being the highest score. Deepika shot a 27 in the second end for her best score in the match.Another South Korean, Hyeonju Choi, secured the bronze defeating America’s Jennifer Nichols 6-4 in the third place play-off.Deepika had beaten Nichols in the semifinals following her win over Miki Kanie of Japan in the last eight stage.