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Speedy Marcus Lattimore respects 49ers' slow approach to recovery
Speedy Marcus Lattimore respects 49ers' slow approach to recovery

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Marcus Lattimore's bad right wheel isn't up to full speed, but the wheels in his head are spinning in overdrive. "I'll be better than I was when I was playing at 100%, no doubt," said Lattimore, a South Carolina running back drafted in the fourth round by the San Francisco 49ers in April. Lattimore, who suffered a catastrophic knee injury last fall, feels he's capable of participating in training camp. But he also respects the 49ers' decision not to rush his recovery. He's on the active/non-football injury list, meaning he counts against the 90-man roster limit and can be activated at any time before final cuts....

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