SANTA CLARA -- The 49ers are taking on the Seahawks with their most complete lineup since Week 1. Receiver Anquan Boldin, running back Carlos Hyde and tackle Erik Pears -- all of whom were listed as questionable -- are active for the game.
So are running back Reggie Bush (calf), tight end Vernon Davis (knee) and receiver Bruce Ellington (each), each of whom either missed -- or in Davis’ case was limited during -- Sunday’s win over the Ravens.
Two rookies are inactive for the first time this season -- running back Jarryd Hayne and tight end Blake Bell. Hayne had been serving as the team’s primary punt returner but has muffed or fumbled returns in each of the team’s home games. Only one was recovered by an opponent.
That means Bush is likely to handle all the punt returns while rookie Mike Davis could get snaps at tailback, especially if Hyde is slowed by the foot injury he’s been battling the last week and a half.
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Meanwhile, linebacker Gerald Hodges will make his debut for San Francisco. The 49ers acquired him in a trade with Minnesota earlier this month and he has been inactive the last two games. Hodges wears No. 51.
The 49ers did not announce any lineup changes. That suggests Jordan Devey will make his seventh start at right guard and alternate series with Andrew Tiller.
Boldin injured his hamstring in the fourth quarter against the Ravens and sat out the team’s final offensive series. He practiced during the week and appeared to look like himself during pregame warmups.
RB Jarryd Hayne
WR DeAndrew White
G Ian Silberman
OLB Corey Lemonier
OL Branndon Thomas
NT Mike Purcell
TE Blake Bell
CB Marcus Burley
FB Derrick Coleman
LB Nick Moody
G Mark Glowinski
C Patrick Lewis
DE Demarcus Dobbs
DT Jordan Hill