49ers WR/KR Bruce Ellington suffered a strained hamstring in Friday night's preseason game.
Bruce Ellington (ankle) has resumed practicing at 49ers camp.
The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows believes Bruce Ellington (ankle) "seems ready for a big season."
Bruce Ellington has been sidelined most of the week with an ankle injury.
CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco called third-year WR Bruce Ellington the 49ers' "most improved player" so far in training camp.
49ers.com's Joe Fann said WR Bruce Ellington was the team's "top offensive standout" during their joint practices with the Texans.
Bruce Ellington is listed as a starting receiver on the 49ers' initial depth chart.
The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows believes Bruce Ellington is in "excellent position" to be the 49ers' "breakout player" on offense.
The San Jose Mercury News' Cam Inman believes 49ers WR Bruce Ellington will win the starting job opposite Torrey Smith.
Blaine Gabbert talked up third-year WR Bruce Ellington for "balling out" at OTAs and "catching a ton of balls."
Bruce Ellington has been working as the 49ers' slot receiver at OTAs.
49ers coach Chip Kelly is "intrigued" by Bruce Ellington.
Bruce Ellington (ankle) is questionable for Week 6 against Baltimore.
Bruce Ellington caught two passes for 39 yards in Week 5 against the Giants.