S. Vereen RB - NE
M. Bryant K - ATL
R. Quinn DL - STL
S. Ridley RB - NE
A. Peterson RB - MIN EXE
M. Wallace WR - MIA
Z. Ertz TE - PHI
K. Dansby LB - CLE
J. Gordon WR - CLE SUS
Gronkowski (knee) was listed as a full participant at Wednesday's practice, the Patriots' official site reports.
Analysis: It's notable that Gronkowski is practicing fully at this stage of the week, after previously being listed as limited. Gronkowski was on the field for 31-of-50 snaps on offense this past Monday, but his full participation at practice Wednesday could foreshadow the tight end seeing a higher percentage of snaps Sunday night against the Bengals.by Rotowire.com
Crabtree (foot) practiced in full Wednesday, Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports.
Analysis: After leaving Sunday's win against the Eagles for a short time due to a foot injury, Crabtree fended it off by hauling in five balls (on eight targets) for 43 yards. The 49ers' corps of receivers could be without Vernon Davis (back) and Vance McDonald (knee) in Week 5 against the Chiefs, thereby affording Crabtree plenty of looks from Colin Kaepernick. Crabtree has received a combined 28 targets over the last three games.by Rotowire.com
Jones (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Jones previously made an appearance on the injury report this season prior to the Falcons' demolition of the Buccaneers, against whom he logged his most productive outing of 2014 (nine catches for 161 yards and two scores). Because he averages 10.3 targets per game, owners should keep a watchful eye on his status as the week carries on.by Rotowire.com
Hali recorded a sack, a forced fumble and three tackles against the Patriots on Monday.
Analysis: Hali remains a good option in IDP leagues with three sacks in his first four games. He has now forced two fumbles as well, but continues to have a low tackle total, with just 14 (13 solo) on the season.by Rotowire.com
49ers' safety Antoine Bethea made his 100th straight start Sunday against the Eagles, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Bethea's 100-start streak is the longest of any active NFL safety and the veteran certainly made his presence felt Sunday. In addition to leading the 49ers with seven solo tackles, Bethea also forced a fumble and recorded an interception versus Philadelphia. After spending the first eight years of his career with the Colts, Bethea signed with San Francisco this offseason and currently ranks second on his new team with 20 tackles (19 solo) through four games.by Rotowire.com