Running back Marcus Lattimore on Friday went through his final 49ers practice of his rookie season. After three weeks of practices, Lattimore said his confidence received a major boost from how he felt on the field and what he saw of himself on film. Lattimore, who remains on the non-football injury list, will be ineligible to practice for the remainder of the season. “If I had to play, I would play,” Lattimore told CSNBayArea.com on Friday. “Without question, if they needed me, I could play. But they don’t need me right now.”
DeAngelo Williams has rushed for only eight yards on three carries in the last two weeks since RB Le’Veon Bell has returned, but offensive coordinator Todd Haley said he would like to have Williams more involved.
Dennis Pitta (hip) has been working out, but it is not known if he will be able to play when he is eligible to be activated from the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Pitta can start participating in practice as soon as Monday, Oct. 19.