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Injury Report: Hyde, Bell and Smith practice

Sep 25, 2015 at 10:06 AM--


RB Reggie Bush continues to sit out practice for the San Francisco 49ers while LB NaVorro Bowman returned to practice on Thursday after having Wednesday off.

Bush is still recovering from a calf strain suffered during the team's week 1 contest against the Minnesota Vikings.

RB Carlos Hyde, TE Blake Bell, and WR Torrey Smith, who all left Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, practiced with the team on Thursday.

WR Bruce Ellington and TE Vance McDonald were limited in practice. Ellington's cousin, RB Andre Ellington of the Arizona Cardinals, did not practice with his team. Arizona G Mike Iupati still looks to have his Cardinals debut against his former team.

49ers

Did Not Participate: RB Reggie Bush (calf)
Limited Participation: WR Bruce Ellington (ankle), TE Vance McDonald (knee)
Full Participation: TE Blake Bell (back), G Alex Boone (shoulder), LB NaVorro Bowman (no injury), RB Carlos Hyde (quad), WR Torrey Smith (knee)

Cardinals

Did Not Participate: RB Andre Ellington (knee), WR J.J. Nelson (shoulder)
Limited Participation: G Mike Iupati (knee), S Tony Jefferson (hamstring), OLB Alex Okafor (shoulder), OLB LaMarr Woodley (shoulder)
Full Participation: S Deone Bucannon (groin)

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  • Do you think Reggie Bush will suit up against the Cardinals?
  • No
    82%
  • Yes
    18%
  • 135 votes



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