The 49ers ended practice early today after undrafted rookie linebacker Donavin Newsom was taken from the field in an ambulance about 12 minutes after colliding with safety Chanceller James.Head coach Kyle Shanahan said the belief is Newsom sustained a neck injury, but his eyes were open and he had “feeling in his lower half and his hands” before leaving.Newsom missed practice Friday and Saturday with a neck injury before he returned to practice Monday following an off day.After the ambulance left, a group of teammates that included wide receiver Marquise Goodwin remained on a knee in prayer.James, an undrafted rookie, appeared to immediately sense Newsom was seriously injured after their high-decibel and collision was clearly distraught as he ran toward a sideline.Newsom, a St. Louis native who is fighting for a roster spot, had 165 tackles and 5.5 sacks at Missouri.
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