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SANTA CLARA, Calif. - San Francisco linebacker Dan Skuta looked good playing table tennis Friday despite a bone bruise in his left ankle.However, he was limited in practice and is questionable for the game with the New York Giants on Sunday.Sunday is realistic, the sixth-year veteran said. I went pretty hard today. Ill have to see how it feels tomorrow.Skuta is one of several linebackers who have missed time for the 49ers this season, a list that includes all-Pro Patrick Willis, NaVarro Bowman and Aldon Smith.Smith returns against the Giants from his nine-game suspension for violations of the NFLs substance-abuse and personal-conduct policies.Hes looked good all week, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said. Hes had a bounce in his step and looks like hes enjoying it. As youre thrown back into action, the biggest thing is that the instincts get honed, the reflexes are honed.Willis learned he needed surgery on his toe and will miss the rest of the season. Bowman has yet to play because of a knee injury and must practice by Tuesday to be eligible this year.Harbaugh deflected questions regarding the results of Bowmans MRI and what it may mean for his future.Skuta missed the first football game of his career and called it the most frustrating thing in his life.I dont know what to do pacing the sideline, he said. Its still day to day, but its getting better. Its been 12 days and I was told the timetable for something like this was two or three weeks.Skuta said he was harder on his ankle than if he participated in the full practice. He went through hard cutting drills and is anxious to see how it reacts Saturday.He considers playing table tennis part of the healing process.Its good rehab because Im taking little hops to get going like I would just before a play, Skuta said.Rookie linebacker Chris Borland, who has been a pleasant surprise filling in for Willis, was limited for Wednesdays practice because of a shoulder problem. 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The turnaround of the Avalanche led to quite a few post-season awards, too, with Roy taking home coach of the year, MacKinnon being named the top rookie and Ryan OReilly capturing the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for gentlemanly play. Semyon Varlamov also was a finalist for outstanding goaltender, which went to Tuukka Rask of Boston. Sakic was hoping to return the nucleus for another run, but wasnt about to break the bank to make that happen. Sakic said two weeks ago the team had a salary structure in place, setting the financial bar in deals with Varlamov, Matt Duchene and captain Gabriel Landeskog. These days, Sakic is attempting to work out a long-term deal with OReilly, a restricted free agent who led the team with a career-high 28 goals in 2013-14. In the meantime, Sakic orchestrated a deal to add the 34-year-old Stuart in order to bring more tenacity to the Avalanches blue line. He was third on the Sharks in blocked shots (114) and hits (122) last season. 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