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Webster could miss two months

Webster has knee capsule damage and tibia fracture

Jason Webster appeared in the media room at 49ers headquarters late Monday afternoon with crutches underneath both elbows and a huge brace running the length of his right leg. He then attempted to put a bright face on his latest injury situation. The damage to Webster's right knee is not season-ending or career-threatening, but it will keep him out the first month of the season, and perhaps an even longer period than that.

"I've been here before," the 49ers starting right cornerback said. "Now I just have to do everything I can to get back on the field and let God handle the rest." Webster, who missed spring drills and the first three weeks of training camp with a left ankle injury that required surgery May 29, injured his knee Sunday during his first padded practice since coming off the physically-unable-to... Recommended Stories