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Marquise Goodwin: 'Morgan and I appreciate all the love we've gotten'

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Marquise Goodwin: 'Morgan and I appreciate all the love we've gotten'

Marquise Goodwin and his wife, Morgan, are back home in Texas surrounded by family and friends after experiencing the tragic loss of their unborn child early Sunday morning.

Goodwin took part Tuesday in a 15-minute conference call with reporters who cover the 49ers in order to tell his story and help others who might be going through the same anguish.

“Morgan and I appreciate all the love we’ve gotten,” Goodwin said.

“We do have a lot of people that are following us through our journey. So we can maybe help people who’ve dealt with similar things that we have gone through or learn things from people who’ve been through our situation.”

Goodwin, 26, revealed after the 49ers’ game on Sunday that their baby boy passed away due to complications during pregnancy. He said his wife wanted him to play in the game just hours later.

“Really, it was my wife’s decision,” Goodwin said. “I asked her if she would like me to stay with her and she insisted that I go play in the game because she felt like my team needed me.

“She knows how I feel about the game and what impact I may have on my teammates and the outcome of the games, so it was solely my wife’s decision.”

Goodwin had a huge impact on the 49ers’ first victory over the season, a 31-21 win over the Giants at Levi's Stadium. He caught an 83-yard touchdown catch in the first half. When he reached the end zone, Goodwin dropped to both knees as he was overcome with emotion.

“I just felt it was all God in that situation that I was able to score a touchdown and display all the pain that I was feeling at that time,” Goodwin said.

“To be able to score a touchdown and ultimately help my team get a win was just a great moment in my life and a moment I’ll remember forever because I could’ve easily not been at the game and that never would’ve happened and nobody would’ve ever known about this story and we wouldn’t be able to help ourselves and help others people along the way. I’m just grateful that I was able to play in the game and get a touchdown.”

Goodwin relayed a message of Faith and perseverance to anyone who has been touched by a similar tragedy.

“Never stop believing,” Goodwin said. “The reward will last longer than the pain. Just because something that you wanted your whole life didn’t quite worked out as you planned it to – a lot of times it’s not supposed to work out how you wanted it to. It will grow you as a person and make you better. And I know my wife and I will be better after this situation.

“Believe that God has a plan for everyone, no matter what the outcome is, as long as you pray to Him and be genuine because He knows when you’re genuine and when you’re not. Be straight up with Him. Maintain the faith. I think will turn around for you – well, I know things will turn around for you. Ultimately, you’ll always be victorious when it’s all is said and done.”

49ers-Seahawks injury report: Jaquiski Tartt out for second consecutive game

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49ers-Seahawks injury report: Jaquiski Tartt out for second consecutive game

SANTA CLARA — The 49ers will face the Seattle Seahawks without safety Jaquiski Tartt, who will sit out for the second week in a row. 

This will be the sixth game that Tartt has missed over the course of the season while dealing with a re-occurring shoulder injury. Marcell Harris and Antone Exum Jr. will reprise their roles at the safety positions as a result. 

Harris had a much improved performance in the team’s win over the Broncos, exemplifying the learning curve that was expected by coach Robert Saleh. 

[RELATED: 49ers rookie Harris gets quick chance for redemption vs. Seahawks]

Wide receivers Marquise Goodwin and Dante Pettis are questionable, which is a better sign than being downgraded, after being limited in practice this week. Expect to still see Kendrick Bourne in the lineup frequently, as well as tight end George Kittle working in as a receiving weapon. 

Running back Matt Breida also is questionable, but with solid performances by rookie Jeff Wilson over the last few weeks, there is less pressure to get him onto the field. His snap counts could be limited. 

Good news for the offense is that all offensive linemen are off the injury report. That could help their ability to work against a Seahawks front seven that held the 49ers to 66 yards on the ground in their first matchup. 

49ers injury report

Out
S Jaquiski Tartt 

Questionable 
RB Matt Breida
WR Marquise Goodwin
LB Mark Nzeocha
WR Dante Pettis
CB K’Waun Williams
DL Cassius Marsh

Seahawks injury report 

Out
S Maurice Alexander 
RB Rashaad Penny
LB K.J. Wright

Doubtful
G D.J. Fluker

Questionable 
WR Doug Baldwin 
S Bradley McDougald
DT Jarran Reed

49ers vs. Seahawks live stream: How to watch NFL Week 15 game online

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49ers vs. Seahawks live stream: How to watch NFL Week 15 game online

With the season winding down, Richard Sherman will get one more shot at revenge in Week 15.

The San Francisco 49ers cornerback will square off against his old team, the Seattle Seahawks, on Sunday at Levi's Stadium. Sherman first squared off against his former club in Week 13, but neither he nor the 49ers would be happy with the result: a 43-16 loss in the Pacific Northwest.

[RELATED: Sherman unbothered by ex-teammate Frank Clark's comments]

The Seahawks are red-hot, and will bring a four-game winning streak to Santa Clara. Seattle shut down the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night, and currently hold the NFC's final Wild Card spot.

Can the 49ers clinch their first winning streak of the season, and once again throw a wrench into the playoff picture? Or, will Sherman's former teammates prove to be too much?

Here's how you can stream 49ers-Seahawks live online. 

Start time: Sunday, Dec. 16, at 1:05 p.m. PT
TV channel: FOX
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