SANTA CLARA -- Tight end Vernon Davis tweeted Tuesday night that his left hamstring strain shouldn't keep him out of the 49ers' home game Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
"No need to worry y'all. My leg is feeling great just need a little rest till kickoff according to the docs," Davis posted.
Davis hurt his hamstring running a deep route down the right sideline on Colin Kaepernick's third interception of Sunday's 29-3 loss at Seattle.
Davis has played in 93 consecutive regular-season games, the fourth-longest streak among active tight ends. He sustained a concussion in last Dec. 23's loss at Seattle, then missed ensuing practice time but played in the regular-season finale.
After catching six passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns in the season-opening win over the Packers, Davis had three receptions for 20 yards Sunday against the Seahawks' tight coverage.
"They did a great job the first five yards and didn't give it to him," tight end Vance McDonald said of Seattle's scheme against Davis. "They didn't let him get the separation like we wanted to. It's something they game planned for and did a good job."
McDonald has caught one pass in each of his first two career games. Sunday's 19-yard effort saw him charge through cornerback Richard Sherman's attempted tackle.
"It's always my first mentality to run over anyone who gets in the way," said the second-round pick out of Rice. "I'm glad it worked out for me."
McDonald played 26 of 54 offensive snaps Sunday, after just 20 of 77 snaps in the opener. He said his blocking has improved in recent months and is ready for a bigger role if needed, whether that be because of Davis' injury or offensive variation.
"If that's what's asked, I'm certainly ready and willing to step up and do it," McDonald said. "But this week, I'll take it just like the last two weeks, and that's prepare and get the game plan down, know my assignments and go from there."
Second-year tight end Garrett Celek played only four offensive snaps against the Seahawks and hasn't had any passes targeted for him through two games.
In other injury news, safety Eric Reid showed no lingering effects of a concussion as he left the locker room earlier Tuesday. He will continue to be evaluated throughout the week and must pass a series of test before he's medically cleared to play. Last season, quarterback Alex Smith reported that concussion symptoms resurfaced six days after his Nov. 11 trauma against the Rams.