SANTA CLARA -- Linebacker NaVorro Bowman and running back Marcus Lattimore were among seven players moved to reserve status on injured lists Monday, helping the 49ers trim their roster to 75 ahead of Tuesday's deadline.

Cut from the roster were wideouts David Reed and Devon Wylie, quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson, running back Jewel Hampton, safety D.J. Campbell, tight end Kevin Greene, punter Colton Schmidt and linebacker Kion Wilson.

Linebacker Blake Costanzo was released from the injured-reserve list, where he was assigned after an Aug. 7 knee injury.

Joining Bowman (knee) on the reserve/physically-unable-to-perform list were tight end Garrett Celek (back) and defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey (undisclosed).

For the second straight year, Lattimore went on the reserve/non-football-injury list, where three rookies with knee injuries also were assigned: fullback Trey Millard, cornerback Keith Reaser and guard Brandon Thomas.

Assignments to those injured lists preclude players from practicing or participating in games the next six weeks.

Of those cut, Hampton had the most experience with the 49ers, having signed in 2012 as an undrafted free agent out of Southern Illinois. He spent last season on the practice squad. Hampton saw no offensive snaps Sunday, and his final carries came the previous week when he was stopped on back-to-back runs near the goal line.

All but Reed are eligible for the 10-man practice squad, that can start being formed Sunday.


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Undrafted rookies who survived this round of cuts are linebacker Shayne Skov (Stanford), running back Glenn Winston (Northwood), tight end Asante Cleveland (Miami), safety James McCray (Catawba) and guard/center Dillon Farrell (New Mexico).

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