SANTA CLARA – Defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey and fullback Trey Millard, seventh-round draft picks of the 49ers, were cleared to return to practice on Tuesday.
The 49ers selected Ramsey with the No. 243 overall pick. Ramsey, 25, has a long list of injuries and was granted two medical redshirt seasons during his college career at Boston College.
Those injury issues continued during the 49ers’ offseason program when Ramsey sustained an Achilles injury.
Millard, whom the 49ers chose with the 245th pick, has not taken part in any 49ers practices since his arrival.
His final season at Oklahoma ended when he sustained torn ligaments in his left knee on October 2013 in a 38-30 victory over No. 10 Texas Tech.
Ramsey and Millard now have a 21-day practice window. After 21 days, the 49ers must make a choice with the player to promote them to the 53-man roster, place them on season-ending injured reserve or release them.