49ers RB Marcus Lattimore is on the active/PUP list nursing ailments to both his hamstring and knees.
ESPN's Bill Williamson reports Marcus Lattimore (knees, NFI) is "fine," and could practice "very soon."
49ers placed RB Marcus Lattimore (knees) on the active/NFI list.
Per CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco, 49ers second-year RB Marcus Lattimore "made significant progress" over the course of spring practices, but "still appears to have a ways to go" to rediscover pre-knee injuries form.
According to the Sacramento Bee, Marcus Lattimore (knee surgeries, hamstring) looks "noticeably better and more explosive than he did two weeks ago."
49ers RB Marcus Lattimore (knee surgeries) is taking handoffs at OTAs at less than full speed.
49ers second-year RB Marcus Lattimore is participating in rookie minicamp on a limited basis.
49ers second-year RB Marcus Lattimore revealed early this week that he is dealing with soreness in both of his legs.
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh revealed second-year RB Marcus Lattimore is "working through something" and will not take part in rookie minicamp.
Marcus Lattimore says he's experienced no issues with his surgically-repaired knees this offseason.
Marcus Lattimore concedes he's "not all the way back, physically or mentally" from his catastrophic college knee injuries.
49ers RB Marcus Lattimore said he's "ready" to compete for playing time.
Because 49ers RB Marcus Lattimore spent all of last season on the reserve/non-football injury list, his rookie contract "tolled" for 2013, and he is now under contract through 2017.
49ers second-year RB Marcus Lattimore (knee) told USA Today there's "no doubt" he'll be ready for Week 1, and he currently feels "faster than I ever was."