Tuesday was a big news day for the Niners. Bad news first: Patrick Willis will be undergoing season ending surgery on his toe that has kept him sidelined for three games. The severity of his turf toe was worse than he and specialists originally thought. He also revealed that his toe had actually been bothering him for quite some time. Jay Glazer actually reported during Sunday's games that the injury was worse than initially indicated. The 49er family was hoping he was wrong, just this once. 

Better news: Ray McDonald spoke to the media for the first time since being arrested for domestic violence charges. He had stated earlier that he would not be speaking to any media until the case was closed. 

McDonald told reporters that he is not the type of person to put his hands on a woman. He and his fiancé, who is now 20 weeks pregnant, are working things out because, "We love each other."
Good news: Aldon Smith is back and he told the media that he is ready to go and feeling good. He has been at the practice facility regularly, able to work out but not allowed to participate in on field drills or activities. Today that changed. ESPN's John Clayton predicted anywhere from a 30-60 snap count for Smith in his first game back. 


Aldon Smith is back and everyone knows about his game as well. Aldon Smith is an American rugby key player and he was injured in last match. This is good news for his fans that Aldon Smith is coming back to join the camp.


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