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Two victims of Candlestick violence improving

Two victims of Candlestick violence improving

Aug. 22, 201149ERS PAGE 49ERS VIDEORAIDERS PAGE RAIDERS VIDEO

PROGRAMMING NOTE: Chronicle Live is at Raiders training camp in Napa, where the topics will include Saturday night's violence at Candlestick Park, the drafting of Terrelle Pryor, Jason Campbell's condition and more. Tune in at 5, 9 and 11 p.m on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area and 6 p.m. and midnight for Comcast SportsNet California.

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Two of the three victims of Saturday night's violent fan outburst at Candlestick Park were upgraded Monday from serious to fair condition, according to San Francisco General Hospital spokesperson Rachael Kagan.

A 26-year-old male from Santa Rosa, the victim of an assault, has been upgraded to "fair." A male, 25, gunshot victim, also has been upgraded to "fair."

A third victim at the 49ers-Raiders exhibition game, a 20-year-old male who was shot in the face, sustained only a superficial wound, according to police.

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The next update will be issued Tuesday morning. The names of the victims have not been released.

The most seriously injured shooting victim was apparently a Raiders fan. He suffered life threatening injuries after someone shot him several times apparently for wearing a shirt that had an obscenity directed at the 49ers.

No arrests have been made, but SFPD said it has detained a person of interest in one of the shootings. In the beating, police are seeking a male suspect described as a Samoan or Pacific Island man between 25 and 30 years of age, with a goatee and long curly hair tied up in a pony tail, weighing up to 260 pounds and standing almost 6-feet-5 inches tall.

Various accounts put the number of large-scale fights Saturday night at three. The two shootings and the assault did not take place in the stands. Both shootings occurred in the parking lot after the game and the assault occurred in a bathroom inside the stadium during the fourth quarter.

The attacks come four-and-a-half months after Giants fan Bryan Stow was severely beaten by two men outside Dodger Stadium, following the season opener on March 31.

Shanahan: Eric Reid will miss at least one game with knee injury

Shanahan: Eric Reid will miss at least one game with knee injury

Safety Eric Reid will miss at least one game with a left knee sprain, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said during a conference call on Monday.

Shanahan said Reid will definitely miss the 49ers’ game Thursday night against the Los Angeles Rams at Levi’s Stadium. The injury is likely to keep Reid out of action for more than just one game, Shanahan said.

Reid was forced to leave Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks on three separate occasions. The first time he left the game in the second quarter with a non-contact injury. Shanahan said the injury is to Reid’s posterior cruciate ligament. The injury will not require surgery, Shanahan said.

The 49ers are not sure on the status of safety Jaquiski Tartt for Thursday's game. Shanahan said Tartt is questionable with a neck injury.

“I know he was hurting today," Shanahan said. "We’ll see how he is when he comes in tomorrow."

Tartt and Reid have started both games. Jimmie Ward returned to action on Sunday after missing all of training camp with a hamstring injury. Rookies Lorenzo Jerome and Adrian Colbert are the only other safeties on the 49ers' roster.

Ahead of game vs Rams, 49ers sign ex-LA tackle to practice squad

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Ahead of game vs Rams, 49ers sign ex-LA tackle to practice squad

The 49ers have a short week as they get set to host the Rams on Thursday night.

To help with scouting, the 49ers signed tackle Pace Murphy to their practice squad on Monday. Murphy was waived by the Rams on Sept. 2.