Set for more tests Tuesday

Head coach Kyle Shanahan said Garoppolo will have an X-ray on his injured foot Tuesday, Eric Williams of FoxSports.com reports.

Garoppolo broke his left foot Week 13 and appears to be in the final stages of rehab, as he resumed work on a side field during practice in advance of the divisional-round matchup against Dallas. The veteran quarterback will undergo another test Tuesday to confirm his progress, but Shanahan added that he'd be very surprised if Garoppolo was cleared for Sunday's NFC Championship Game. Meanwhile, Brock Purdy will continue to lead the 49ers offense, while Josh Johnson operates as the backup, but if the 49ers defeat the Eagles, Garoppolo may be able to serve as the No. 2 QB in a potential Super Bowl matchup, per Matt Barrows of The Athletic.

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QB | SF

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