Data Scout Notes: 2012: 1stC/1stM...P1stM/PDoak/PMaxwell...2011: 2ndM/PHornung/P1stM/PDoak/PMaxwell...2010: NA
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Draft Scout Andre Ellington News
09/29/14 - RB Andre Ellington has been productive despite playing with a partially torn ligament in his foot. He should be healthier after a week off.
09/24/14 - RB Andre Ellington is hoping the week off of practice helps his sore left foot. Ellington is playing through a torn tendon. He played better in the last two games than he did in the first.
09/21/14 - RB Andre Ellington was eyeing the matchup with the 49ers for a while, and not just because the teams are division rivals. Ellington's cousin, Bruce Ellington, is a rookie receiver with the 49ers and the two have been personal rivals since childhood. "We were always competing," Andre said. "If there was a pickup game or something, he was always on the opposite team." Both players grew up in Moncks Corner, S.C. and attended Berkeley High School there, then later squared off against each other in college. Andre played for Clemson and Bruce for South Carolina. "I thought it was interesting for him to be drafted San Fran to keep that rivalry going," said Andre Ellington, who gained 62 yards on 18 carries. Bruce Ellington gained 1 yard on his lone carry.
09/19/14 - RB Andre Ellington (foot) is probable for Sunday's game vs. the San Francisco 49ers.
09/17/14 - RB Andre Ellington is playing through a painful foot injury suffered in practice before the first regular-season game. He looked better in week two against the Giants than he did in the season opener.
"Yeah, I thought he was more decisive, and now that he's got a game under his belt and knew what to expect as far as pain in his foot and everything else," head coach Bruce Arians said. "I thought he handled it extremely well, especially in the running game. He didn't help his hands dropping that one pass."