SANTA CLARA -- Glenn Dorsey couldn't provide an update on his injured right hamstring, but the 49ers defensive tackle indicated he's feeling better.
He walked with a slight limp at times around the locker room after Tuesday's walk-through practice and had the hamstring wrapped with some tape.
"It felt pretty bad when I did it, but I think I'll be alright," Dorsey said without giving any additional update.
Dorsey moved into the starting lineup at nose tackle when Ian Williams broke his ankle. Williams is out for the season. Dorsey has played well in Williams' absence before injuring himself in the first quarter of Sunday's 32-20 win over Arizona. Tony Jerod-Eddie took Dorsey's spot at nose tackle.
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