When the 49ers placed safety Jaquiski Tartt on injured reserve Wednesday, they knew he'd be out for a minimum of three weeks. However, it's going to be much longer than that.
On Thursday, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan told KNBR's "Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks" show that Tartt will miss the remainder of the season due to the turf toe injury he sustained in the 34-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
It is yet another injury for Tartt in a 49ers career that has been full of them. With the announcement that he'll miss the rest of the season, that means Tartt will have been unavailable for 28 of 64 regular-season games over the last four seasons due to injury.
Tartt, 28, has spent his entire career with the 49ers after they drafted him in the second round in 2015. He currently is in the final year of his contract, though, and given the numerous free agents the 49ers must re-sign this coming offseason, there's a decent chance Tartt has played his final game with San Francisco.