49ers vs. Giants injury report: Alex Smith, Brandon Jacobs back at practice on Wednesday

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The San Francisco 49ers emerged from their Week 5 win against the Buffalo Bills without any significant injuries and look to be fully healthy heading into Sunday's game against the New York Giants.

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith was back on the field and took full reps on Wednesday, according to the team's official injury report. Smith sustained a right finger injury in the 49ers' Week 5 contest against the Buffalo Bills.

Smith looks to be on track to play after injuring the middle finger on his throwing hand -- he was seen at the practice facility on Monday, which was a day off for the players. He is coming off a stellar performance against the Bills, throwing for 303 yards and three touchdowns in the 45-3 Niners victory.

Running back Brandon Jacobs also turned in a full practice, after a preseason knee injury saw him miss the first five games of the regular season. He practiced fully a week ago and could possibly have played, but was held out of the Week 5 game. If he turns in another full week of practice and does not suffer a setback, he should suit up on Sunday night against the New York Giants.

The only other injury to report was that of punter Andy Lee, who also practiced despite a hand injury. The 49ers' injury report looks clean everywhere else, and the team could have all of its players available in New York.

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