HERTFORDSHIRE, England -- It's no typo, free safety Eric Reid recovered fast enough from Sunday's left-ankle injury that he wasn't listed at all on the 49ers' injury report Wednesday in advance of Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London.

Reid was seen having his right wrist taped before Wednesday's practice but apparently that is not injury related. The rookie safety hurt his left ankle and briefly left in the fourth quarter of the 49ers' 31-17 win at Tennessee. The Titans' Chris Johnson scored on a 66-yard touchdown reception one play after Reid left, and Reid returned on the next defensive series.

Fellow starting safety Donte Whitner, who missed Sunday's fourth quarter with a knee injury, participated fully Wednesday as the 49ers held their first practice at The Grove resort in the Hertfordshire countryside.

That safety tandem now knows which quarterback they'll be facing: Chad Henne was announced as the Jaguars' starter ahead of Blaine Gabbert.

None of the starting defensive linemen participated in practice after stretching with the team, a trio consisting of Justin Smith (shoulder), Ray McDonald (biceps) and Glenn Dorsey (hamstring). Also stretching but not participating in drills was wide receiver Jon Baldwin, who has a lingering illness. All four played in Sunday's game, however.

Limited in practice were running back Frank Gore (ankle), linebacker Patrick Willis (groin), guard Alex Boone (shoulder), right tackle Anthony Davis (shoulder) and left cornerback Carlos Rogers (knee).

Full participants despite ongoing issues were linebacker Navorro Bowman (wrist), tight end Vernon Davis (hamstring), quarterback Colin Kaepernick (foot), and wide receiver Kyle Williams (knee).

Four Jaguars starters did not practice: defensive end Jason Babin (not injury related), wide receiver Justin Blackmon (hamstring), center Brad Meester (not injury related) and leading receiver Cecil Shorts (shoulder).

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