Injury Report: Bush doubtful while Ellington is questionable

Sep 25, 2015 at 3:26 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers updated their injury report today. Not too much has changed as far as what was already known.

RB Reggie Bush, who is recovering from a calf strain and earlier said that he planned to play against the Cardinals, is doubtful to play in Arizona on Sunday. WR Bruce Ellington and TE Vance McDonald had limited practice time this week and remain questionable.

For the Cardinals, G Mike Iupati is hopeful to make his debut against his former team, but was listed as questionable today. WR J.J. Nelson is out while RB Andre Ellington, cousin of 49ers WR Bruce Ellington, is doubtful.

San Francisco 49ers

Doubtful: RB Reggie Bush (calf)
Questionable: WR Bruce Ellington (ankle), TE Vance McDonald (knee)
Probable: TE Blake Bell (back), G Alex Boone (shoulder), LB NaVorro Bowman (not injury related), RB Carlos Hyde (quadriceps), WR Torrey Smith (knee)

Arizona Cardinals

Out: WR J.J. Nelson (shoulder)
Doubtful: RB Andre Ellington (knee)
Questionable: G Mike Iupati (knee)
Probable: S Deone Bucannon (groin), S Tony Jefferson (hamstring), LB Alex Okafor (shoulder), LB LaMarr Woodley (shoulder)



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