49ers injury report vs. Buccaneers includes Aaron Banks, no one else of significance

San Francisco 49ers left guard Aaron Banks (65)
San Francisco 49ers left guard Aaron Banks (65) / Michael Owens/GettyImages

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The 49ers are (almost) back to being at full health as they prepare to host the Buccaneers in Week 11.

It's strange to think how a team suffering relatively few injuries can actually end up playing at a high level.

Not to jinx anything, but the San Francisco 49ers have happily avoided the injury bug to a large extent for much of the 2023 season after being plagued with injuries over plenty of previous years.

With the halfway point of the regular-season schedule now in the rearview mirror, head coach Kyle Shanahan's squad can look at a relatively clean slate of health for its Week 11 tilt at home against the 4-5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After getting back into the win column last week in a victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, a two-game win streak would be perfectly ideal for Shanahan and Co. at this point.

And it appears as if they'll be short only one starter for the contest.

49ers injury report vs. Buccaneers: Aaron Banks is lone starter ruled out

Left guard Aaron Banks, who has been dealing with a turf-toe injury and missed San Francisco's Week 10 bout against the Jags, has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bucs.

He's also joined by reserve offensive lineman Nick Zakelj, who will be placed on season-ending injured reserve with a torn biceps:

Right tackle Colton McKivitz, who has been dealing with ankle and knee injuries, is cleared to play.

The 49ers will have to make roster decisions regarding cornerback Samuel Womack (knee), defensive end Robert Beal (hamstring) and cornerback Darrell Luter Jr. (knee), whose practice windows were all opened a little over a week ago. None of the three are currently on the roster, meaning Shanahan would have to open up a spot by removing someone else to add one of the aforementioned names.

It's possible he doesn't make that decision until after Sunday's game against Tampa Bay, however.

Speaking of Sunday's game, it kicks off on Nov. 19 at 4:05 p.m. ET from Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

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