On Thursday, the San Francisco 49ers will be holding the last of two joint practices with the Denver Broncos before the two teams face each other in an exhibition matchup on Saturday at Levi's Stadium.

Rookie LB Reuben Foster came away from the first joint practice with a mild AC joint sprain, which is in the same shoulder that required surgery but the injuries are unrelated. He will be limited during Thursday's practice, which means that he will take part in warmups and individual drills but not contact or team drills.

49ers general manager John Lynch was asked about Foster's injury on Wednesday. "I talked to him and like Reuben, big smile, said, 'I'm straight,'" he responded. "And, so he's good. He's straight."

When asked if the injury was serious, Lynch answered, "No, he's good."

Other than that, the injury report resembles the one put out by the team on Wednesday with the exception of the addition of CB Will Redmond, who will not practice.

Below is the Thursday player participation report released by the 49ers leading into practice at 10:15 a.m.


DL Ronald Blair (groin), DL DeForest Buckner (ankle), WR Aaron Burbridge (hamstring), OL Joshua Garnett (knee), LB Aaron Lynch (ankle), LB Sean Porter (quad), CB Will Redmond (ankle), S Jimmie Ward (hamstring-PUP)


LB Reuben Foster (shoulder-no contact), TE George Kittle (hamstring)

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