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Injury Report: Carlos Hyde returns to practice while Reggie Bush sits

Oct 16, 2015 at 2:44 PM--


The only member of the San Francisco 49ers that sat out Friday's practice was RB Reggie Bush. He continues to try to make progress on the calf injury that he suffered during week one against the Minnesota Vikings.

Head coach Jim Tomsula had the following to say about Bush during his press conference Friday.

"Reggie, today they're going to do some work with him on the side and we'll find out exactly what's going on there. Again, feel good about it not being, how do I say that, a terrible thing. It was tightened. So, that was it there."

T Joe Staley (knee), RB Carlos Hyde (foot), and WR Bruce Ellington (calf) were all on hand for the team's practice on Friday.

Earlier on Friday, Hyde was fined $23,152 for a hit against New York Giants LB Jon Beason. He has been limited in practice all week but is expected to play on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

According to Tomsula, the team continues to try and get Ellington back to 100 percent. He has only been in a handful of offensive plays this season.

San Francisco 49ers

Doubtful: RB Reggie Bush (calf)
Questionable: LB Ahmad Brooks (not injury related, shoulder), TE Vernon Davis (knee), WR Bruce Ellington (calf), LB Eli Harold (knee), RB Carlos Hyde (foot), G Brandon Thomas (ankle)
Probable: G Alex Boone (shoulder), LB NaVorro Bowman (not injury related), TE Vance McDonald (chest)

Baltimore Ravens

Out: S Terrence Brooks (thumb), DE Chris Canty (calf), WR Breshad Perriman (knee), WR Darren Waller (concussion)
Doubtful: CB Lardarius Webb (thigh)
Questionable: LB Elvis Dumervil (thigh), RB Justin Forsett (ankle), TE Crockett Gillmore (calf), WR Chris Givens (ankle), WR Steve Smith Sr. (back), G Marshal Yanda (ankle)
Probable: LB Daryl Smith (not injury related)




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