The San Francisco 49ers are looking to wrap up the season with a win over the St. Louis Rams, securing themselves the No. 2 seed for the upcoming playoffs. Now all the need is to get themselves healthy to do so.
Well, good news 49ers fans, All-Pro linebacker Patrick Willis took part in Wednesday practice at team headquarters in Santa Clara, and according to CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco, likely will be ready this Sunday if the team decides to play him. Willis has been out the last three games with a hamstring strain.
Wide receivers Ted Ginn (ankle) and Kyle Williams (concussion) did not practice Wednesday, neither did tight end Delanie Walker who might be out for the season with a likely broken jaw. Coach Harbaugh noted he'll know next week whether Walker could be back for the playoffs. As for Williams, he is yet to be cleared for football activities with his concussion.
49ERS PRACTICE REPORT
Did not participate: TE Delanie Walker (jaw), WR Ted Ginn (ankle), WR Kyle Williams (concussion)
Limited participation: LB Patrick Willis (hamstring), CB Chris Culliver (shoulder), FB Bruce Miller (knee), CB Carlos Rogers (knee)
RAMS PRACTICE REPORT
Did not participate: QB Sam Bradford (ankle), QB A.J. Feeley (right thumb), LB Brady Poppinga (illness)
Limited participation: CB Josh Gordy (abdomen), DE Chris Long (ankle)
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