49ers vs. Rams injury report: Delanie Walker the lone DNP for Niners

Brian Bahr

The injury report in San Francisco was long, but it only included one player who was unable to suit up and participate in Wednesday's practice.

The San Francisco 49ers had a total of 12 players on the team's Week 13 injury report, but only one, tight end Delanie Walker, was unable to participate in Wednesday's practice session. The team will face the St. Louis Rams on the road on Sunday.

Kicker David Akers, who could be seen limping following Sunday's win against the New Orleans Saints, was listed as a limited participant as he deals with a groin injury. Linebacker Aldon Smith was also limited in practice with a shoulder injury. Safety Darcel McBath (concussion) was the only other player to have any limitations Wednesday.

A whole host of players were banged up, but still managed to turn in a full practice, including wide receiver Mario Manningham (shoulder), linebacker Patrick Willis (shoulder) and running back Frank Gore (ribs, wrist).

The remaining players listed on the report as full participants are as follows:

CB Tarell Brown, knee

T Anthony Davis, finger

S Dashon Goldson, ribs, calf

LB Tavares Gooden, elbow

S Donte Whitner, knee

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