The San Francisco 49ers were without running back Brandon Jacobs and receiver Ted Ginn Jr. during Wednesday's padded practice as the two rehabbed injuries. According to CSN Bay Area, Ginn spent 10 minutes warming up on a bike before both players went to work out with the team's strength and conditioning coach.
Jacobs was wearing a brace on his left knee after spraining it Aug. 18 in a game against the Houston Texans. Ginn hurt his right ankle against the Denver Broncos the following week, and both players are questionable to play in Sunday's Week 1 game against the Green Bay Packers.
Coach Jim Harbaugh will have plenty of options to replace Jacobs with Frank Gore, Kendall Hunter and rookie LaMichael James on the depth chart at running back.
As for replacing Ginn, it appears that Kyle Williams will again face the task of taking over as the team's punt returner.
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