49ers Vs. Vikings Injury Report: Tedd Ginn Returns On Limited Basis Wednesday

San Francisco 49ers wideout Ted Ginn Jr. returned to practice on a limited basis Wednesday, signaling a possible return to face the Minnesota Vikings this weekend.

According to the San Jose Mercury News' Cam Inman, Ginn caught a few passes in warmups and removed himself from the other receivers, speaking with coach Jim Harbaugh soon thereafter and heading to a side field to work out on his own. Ginn hasn't seen action since he suffered the injury on Aug. 26 in their preseason game with Denver.

As for running back Brandon Jacobs, he suited up as well, but warmed up on a side field and did some light conditioning under the supervision of training staff during the media access portion of practice.

Punter Andy Lee was a full participant in practice, dealing with a thumb injury.

Below is the official injury report for Wednesday:

49ers:

Did not practice: Jacobs (left knee)

Limited practice: Ginn (right ankle)

Full participation: Lee (thumb)

Vikings:

Did not practice: LB Erin Henderson (concussion)

Limited practice: C John Sullivan (ankle)

Full participation: CB Chris Cook (biceps), TE Rhett Ellison (ankle), LB Marvin Mitchell (ankle), DE Brian Robison (elbow), S Andrew Sendejo (ankle), WR Jarius Wright (ankle)

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