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Injury updates: Coleman, Hurd, and Ford didn’t practice on Monday

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Jason Verrett practiced. It’s still early, so each player can still suit up.

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There shouldn’t be any rush for Hurd, either. It’s believed that Hurd will be eased back into action until he’s 100% healthy and comfortable with the playbook. Maiocco said it’s not a given that the Niners automatically would give Hurd a roster spot on game days and sit Bourne. The 49ers had a brief practice on Monday morning that lasted a little over an hour. During the portion of practice that the media was allowed to watch, there was no Dee Ford, Tevin Coleman, or Jalen Hurd on hand. Per NBC Sport’s Matt Maiocco, Coleman is making good progress from his high ankle sprain that he sustained Week 1. Coleman caught passes from the Niners staff and was running at about three-quarters speed.

Ford will likely rest the majority of the week, especially with the 49ers playing on Monday. That extra day could be huge for some of the players that are scheduled to return. Also, the 49ers don’t have to file an injury report until Thursday since it’s a Monday Night Football game.

There shouldn’t be any rush for Hurd, either. It’s believed that Hurd will be eased back into action until he’s 100% healthy and comfortable with the playbook. Maiocco said it’s not a given that the Niners automatically would give Hurd a roster spot on game days and sit Bourne.

We’ll see how each player progresses as the week goes on.