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49ers designate Will Redmond for return from injured reserve

The NFL changed the rules regarding players allowed to return from injured reserve this season to allow teams to wait until a player had been on I.R. for six weeks before designating them to return rather than having them do it when the player first got hurt. We’re six weeks into the season, so players who…
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