Andy Lee
CAR (11)
4 hours ago

Lee (hamstring) is fully recovered from his 2016 season-ending hamstring injury, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lee pulled his hamstring in mid-November and was placed on injured reserve shortly thereafter. He instantly slots back in as the Panthers' top punter now that he's back to full strength.

QAdrian Clayborn
DL ATL (5)
4 hours ago

Clayborn (biceps) is expected to be recovered in time for training camp, Matt Winkeljohn of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

EDGE Analysis

Clayborn tore his biceps during the Falcons' divisional-round matchup with the Seahawks and needed over four months of rehab this offseason. Considering the timing of his injury was in mid-January, a return for training camp always seemed more likely than not anyway.

QDerrick Shelby
DL ATL (5)
4 hours ago

Shelby (calf) is expected to be recovered in time for training camp, Matt Winkeljohn of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

EDGE Analysis

Shelby ended the 2016 season on injured reserve due to a calf injury. Unfortunately for him, he may return to a reserve role at defensive tackle with offseason acquisition Dontari Poe now in town.

QAlex Mack
ATL (5)
5 hours ago

Mack (fibula) is expected to be recovered in time for training camp, Matt Winkeljohn of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

EDGE Analysis

Mack, who played through a fractured left fibula in Super Bowl LI, surprisingly didn't require any sort of surgery this offseason. He was presumably prescribed plenty of rest instead, likely allowing Ben Garland the opportunity to serve as the team's No. 1 center throughout spring practices. However, Mack has no chance of being supplanted on the depth chart and will instantly assume the starting job as soon as he's cleared to take the field.

Ronald Blair
DL SF (11)
5 hours ago

Blair ran with the 49ers first-team defense during Wednesday's mincamp practice, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports.

EDGE Analysis

Though just a minicamp practice in April, Blair looks to have the early edge on Aaron Lynch for the "Leo" linebacker role in the 49ers' new 4-3 defense. However, the possibility of team management selecting an edge rusher early in this weekend's draft could change things quickly.

Rashard Robinson
DB SF (11)
5 hours ago

Robinson lined up with the first-team defense during Wednesday's minicamp practice, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports.

EDGE Analysis

Showing no signs of the ankle injury he suffered in the 49ers' 2016 season finale, Robinson reportedly made a leaping interception of a deep pass from Brian Hoyer during 7-on-7 drills. He rolled with the first-string unit because Jimmie Ward (collarbone) wasn't able to participate in full, but if Ward switches to safety ahead of the 2017 campaign as previously reported, Robinson would likely become a mainstay in the starting lineup.

QRaheem Mostert
RB SF (11)
6 hours ago

Mostert (undisclosed) did not participate in the Wednesday's minicamp practice, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports.

EDGE Analysis

Mostert reportedly sustained some sort of soft-tissue injury but the details of the affliction aren't clear. Unfortunately, no timetable was provided for his return.

QJe'Ron Hamm
WR SF (11)
6 hours ago

Hamm (leg) did not participate in the Wednesday's minicamp practice, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports.

EDGE Analysis

Hamm is presumably still in recovery from the leg injury he sustained in pregame warmups during the 49ers' 2016 season finale. No timetable was provided for his return.

QBlake Bell
TE SF (11)
6 hours ago

Bell (head) did not participate in Wednesday's minicamp practice due to a cut forehead, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports.

EDGE Analysis

It isn't clear how long Bell could be sidelined, but it shouldn't be long. He'll enter the summer as the 49ers' No. 4 tight end behind Vance McDonald, Garrett Celek and Logan Paulsen.

QBruce Ellington
WR SF (11)
6 hours ago

Ellington (undisclosed) did not participate in Wednesday's minicamp practice due to a soft-tissue injury, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports.

EDGE Analysis

The injury is unrelated to Ellington's hamstring injury that cost him the entire 2016 season. However, with a new head coach in town, any time Ellington misses can only put him further behind the learning curve in picking up the new offense, which is a legitimate concern considering San Francisco brought in Pierre Garcon, Marquise Goodwin and Aldrick Robinson as competition at wide out this offseason.