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John McDonald

Sun, 1 Sep 2013|

The Red Sox have acquired veteran infielder John McDonald, whose New England roots run deep. He grew up in Connecticut and lives in Massachusetts.

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  5. blockers. I don't know for sure. It. Eric to go back in the game as positive. And really proud Glenn Dorsey. And Ray McDonald . You know soldier enough today. He evolved B yeah him and he had more more reps and. It was great seeing him his first action

  6. right now and now I'm not up his interview with. It still shows that he's one of the people put it right this momentum the Indians this is it. Just hit it backwards at us it's. Not giving away state secrets. We we made sure we knew the rules more often

  7. 49ers activate Dial to shore up D-line

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    Sat, 19 Oct 2013

    With Justin Smith, Ray McDonald and Glenn Dorsey all listed as questionable for Sunday, the 49ers are adding beef to the defensive front.

  8. 49ers injury report: Dorsey, Baldwin questionable

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    Fri, 18 Oct 2013

    Glenn Dorsey returned to practice on Friday, only to join fellow defensive linemen Justin Smith and Ray McDonald on the injury report.

  9. some depth issues on the defensive line starting nose tackle Glenn Dorsey might not play because my hamstring injury. Ray McDonald and Justin Smith did not practice Wednesday because of other ailments. But the good news for the forty and two rookies team

  10. a defense of line. The 49ers are very thin at that position right now with Glenn Dorsey nursing hamstring injury. And Ray McDonald nursing I'll biceps injury that he said he didn't feel full strength that in the game on Sunday luckily for the 49ers they

  11. game time decision last week he gets it Texans. He's another week stronger he should be able to play the other one is Ray McDonald . He's sustaining partially torn right biceps tendon in the game against the Texans and he returned to limited practice Friday

  12. our emphasis second important ball well we've had guys in guy and hit them all and then. You know who picked it up in. Indians And that was good. And we need to continue to do that we're doing a nice job of ulcers. And and now there's some times

  13. But. Part of predict that right now. Culture affect an entire season. He feels good about the doctors feel good about they're valuation and we'll trust and hard to predict the future and. Good. For well being told yes and without. You're always higher risk of making it worse. I'll be. It's. Are

  14. don't expect the NFL's voice to be heard until next season at the earliest. The injury the 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald sustained Sunday that is the case of bad news good news the bad news is it will require surgery. The good news is it won

  15. McDonald sits out practice but expected to play

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    Wed, 9 Oct 2013

    SANTA CLARA – Defensive lineman Ray McDonald can continue to play with a partially torn right biceps tendon. And the 49ers believe he should be productive without much risk

  16. 49ers injury report: McDonald , Smith out; Willis, Asomugha return

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    Wed, 9 Oct 2013

    Ray McDonald did not practice Wednesday, but believes he will play Sunday, plus updates on Justin Smith, Patrick Willis, and Nnamdi Asomugha.

  17. 1-on-1 with Dennis Eckersley

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    Tue, 8 Oct 2013

    know boys will. He voice that they began at exactly what I they get out that much better play out and then I acquired. The Jays want to get the job done today that for you when you went back to the policy of cover those first few games. But that like for

  18. Report: MRI shows partially torn biceps tendon for McDonald

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    Tue, 8 Oct 2013

    An MRI Monday confirmed the injury but Ray McDonald does not expect to miss any time, he told reporters on Tuesday.

  19. Harbaugh: McDonald's MRI checks out fine

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    Tue, 8 Oct 2013

    Head coach Jim Harbaugh says Ray McDonald 's strained right biceps won't keep him out for an extended period of time.

  20. t know get the dog is although when. Starting left and Ray McDonald had the only sack of the evening for the 49ers but had to leave ..... the play with a biceps injury he did not return. Afterward McDonald 's that he did not believe the injury was serious but he really