Aug. 7 (UPI) -- San Francisco 49ers rookie defensive end Nick Bosa left Wednesday's training camp practice early after sustaining an injury.
League sources told ESPN and the Sacramento Bee that Bosa will undergo an MRI for a possible right ankle injury. The severity of the injury remains unclear, but 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh was optimistic about the pass-rusher's status.
"I think he's all right," Saleh said. "We still haven't heard from the performance staff, but I don't think there's anything to worry about."
According to ESPN, Bosa appeared to get tangled up with teammates during a running play. With about 45 minutes remaining in practice, he stayed down on the field and the 49ers' medical staff examined his lower right leg and ankle.
Bosa was able to walk off the field with two team trainers, according to ESPN. He headed into Levi's Stadium, without help from the trainers, for further examination.
The 49ers selected Bosa with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft out of Ohio State. He battled injuries during his prep and collegiate career, missing most of last season with the Buckeyes due to a core muscle injury.
Bosa also missed most of San Francisco's off-season program because of a hamstring ailment. Previously, he sustained a torn ACL as a senior in high school.