The 49ers on Wednesday announced they’re opening practice windows for three players on Injured Reserve. Running back Tevin Coleman, cornerback K’Waun Williams and tight end Jordan Reed all participated in Wednesday’s session to begin their 21-day workout period before the club has to make a decision on whether they’ll rejoin the roster or not.
When a player’s practice window opens, the team has three weeks to determine whether that player will return to the active roster. If they don’t in that 21-day period, they have to be placed back on Injured Reserve for the rest of the season.
It’s not a surprise that Coleman and Williams were on the field. Head coach Kyle Shanahan indicated Monday that both players were likely to be in action for practice, but their status for Sunday’s game in Seattle remains up in the air.