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49ers-Broncos injury report: Tramaine Brock, Anthony Davis return as limited participants

The 49ers and Broncos released their first practice participation reports of Week 7. We take a look at some of the notable names.

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The San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos are through their first practices of Week 7, and we've got some participation reports for you.

The good news for the 49ers is the return of Tramaine Brock and Anthony Davis. They were both listed as limited participants on Wednesday. I would still be surprised if they played this Sunday, but it is a good step forward that they are both active participants in practice. The 49ers have a bye following this game, so it makes sense to get them another week to get back to full, or close to full participation in practice.

Mike Iupati, Jimmie Ward and Patrick Willis all sat out practice with their respective injuries. Iupati is going through the concussion protocol, so he needs to be asymptomatic at rest and after exertion. Ward is dealing with a quadricep strain that apparently could be a week-to-week issue. Willis has a toe injury that Jim Harbaugh says is not turf toe, but might be at least a mild version of it.

Stevie Johnson was listed as limited, so that is a good step for him. He suffered a hip injury on Monday when he took a knee there during the onside kick recovery.

49ers injury report

Did not participate: G Mike Iupati (concussion), DE Justin Smith (not injury related), S Jimmie Ward (quadricep), LB Patrick Willis (toe)

Limited participation: CB Tramaine Brock (toe), CB Chris Cook (quadricep), CB Perrish Cox (quadricep), CB Chris Culliver (shoulder), T Anthony Davis (knee, ankle), DE Tony Jerod-Eddie (shoulder), WR Stevie Johnson (hip), DT Ian Williams (ankle, shoulder)

Full participation: TE Vernon Davis (back)

Broncos injury report

Did not participate: RB Montee Ball (groin), RB Juwan Thompson (knee)

Full participation: CB Omar Bolden (groin), S David Bruton (ankle), CB Chris Harris (knee), K Brandon McManus (right groin), LB Corey Nelson (hamstring)