Bears WR Alshon Jeffery missed the fourth quarter and overtime due to a hamstring injury, but Bears coach Marc Trestman said, "Alshon was prepared to go in there at specific times. I'll just leave it at that."
Jeffery was seen in the locker room after the game, and he didn't appear to be walking with a limp or any type of discomfort. Trestman said he didn't know the extent of Jeffery's injury.
The 49ers are calling their version of the Wildcat formation the Taser.
Wide receivers Michael Spurlock and Arnaz Battle took shotgun snaps in the formation Wednesday morning. Running back Michael Robinson, out with a groin injury, will also practice the Taser when healthy. All three players are former college quarterbacks.
"It was our first foray into it," offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye said. "There are some things about it that are different for us, and good. I like what I saw from Michael Spurlock. The initial introduction of it was very good."
Spurlock said he did not expect to run the Taser on Friday night when the 49ers open their exhibition season against Denver at Candlestick Park.
Monday, June 8, 2009, 10:19am
As far as yesterday's 49ers practice, Alex Smith led the first-team offense. He continues to look sharp and confident as his throwing arm returns to full strength. ... When the first-string offense lined up, the top three receivers were "Z" Josh Morgan, "X" Dominique Zeigler and "slot" Michael Spurlock.