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11/17/14 - WR Michael Crabtree was the 49ers' featured receiver in Sunday's win over the New York Giants. He was targeted a team-high eight times and was on the field for 52 of the team's 68 offensive snaps. Crabtree scored the 49ers' lone touchdown of the game on a 48-yard pass from Colin Kaepernick. It was Crabtree's fourth TD of the season. After the previous week's win over New Orleans, Crabtree voiced his displeasure over not playing or being targeted more often.
11/10/14 - WR Michael Crabtree complained that he has become a "third-down receiver" in the 49ers' offense after Sunday's win at New Orleans. He had only three catches on eight targets for 62 yards. Interestingly, the complaint came on a day when Crabtree hauled in his longest reception of the season, a 51-yarder. It came on fourth down.
10/22/14 - WR Michael Crabtree dropped his team-leading fourth and fifth passes in Sunday's loss at Denver. Crabtree has been one of the club's biggest disappointments through seven games with only 322 yards in receptions.
10/09/14 - WR Michael Crabtree told reporters he's 100 percent healthy despite the fact he caught only one pass in Sunday's win over Kansas City. Crabtree has been targeted just 12 times, catching six, in the 49ers' last two games after having scored touchdowns in each of the previous two games, during which he hauled in 17 of the 20 passes thrown in his direction.
09/26/14 - WR Michael Crabtree was added to the 49ers' injury report Thursday with a strained quad that is not expected to impact his status for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Crabtree was a full participant at Thursday's practice.