But Boone might have played his final games in San Francisco. Per NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, Boone suffered an MCL sprain and is done for the season. He will not need surgery, via source who has spoken to the player.
He'll now turn his focus toward free agency. Boone held out prior to the 2014 season and eventually won an arm wrestling contest with the 49ers' brass, convincing them to roll future incentives into his salary for that season. Rapoport reported that Boone's contract stipulates he can't be franchise tagged or transition tagged, so he almost certainly will become a free agent in March.
The 28-year-old was mentioned in several trade talks at the beginning of last season, especially after the guard market dried up and teams were left with less-than-desirable starting options.
Here's some more injury news from Tuesday: