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49ers vs. Jets injury report: Patrick Willis probable after full week of practice

The San Francisco 49es will likely have their defensive leader, Patrick Willis, back on the field on Sunday as they take on the New York Jets on the road.

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San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis is probable after turning in a full week of practice despite an ankle injury and is likely to suit up against the New York Jets on the road on Sunday.

Vernon Davis is also probable after a back injury and was listed on the team's injury report, but he was also a full participant in Friday's practice. The news wasn't so promising for return man Tedd Ginn Jr., who was limited in practice throughout the week while dealing with an ankle injury.

Running back Brandon Jacobs was also limited as he continues to recover from a knee injury he suffered in the preseason. Defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga, who suffered a knee and ankle injury during the Week 3 loss to the Minnesota Vikings missed his third straight practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday.

Of note for the Jets, Dustin Keller (hamstring) and Bart Scott (toe) were limited in practice on Friday and are questionable for Week 4.

The full injury report is as follows:

San Francisco 49ers


Isaac Sopoaga (knee, ankle), Ted Ginn Jr. (ankle), Brandon Jacobs (knee)


Andy Lee (hand), Patrick Willis (ankle), Vernon Davis (back)

New York Jets


Darrelle Revis (knee)


Stephen Hill (hamstring)


Bart Scott (toe), John Connor (knee), Dustin Keller (hamstring), Bryan Thomas (hamstring), Patrick Turner (hamstring)


Eric Smith (hip,knee), Nick Bellore (shoulder), Antonio Cromartie (shoulder), Mike DeVito (calf), LaRon Landry (heel), Ellis Lankster (back), Nick Mangold (wrist), Brandon Moore (hip), Calvin Pace (achilles), Sione Pouha (back), Mark Sanchez (back), Isaiah Trufant (back), Matt Slauson (knee), Austin Howard (back)