A day after San Francisco’s passing attack threaded the defense with a number of deep balls, the defense responded in a big way.
When the San Francisco 49ers head coach speaks, a lot of information can be gleaned. Here's the most pertinent information collected.
The San Francisco 49ers activated two rookies on Sunday off the PUP and NFI injury lists. Both are cleared to join training camp practices.
With Kendall Hunter suffering a torn ACL on Friday, Hyde is looking to ascend up San Francisco’s depth chart to be the team’s backup runner.
The fifth-year pro recorded his first interception of training camp on Saturday, the first padded practice of the year. He picked off a pass from undrafted rookie quarterback Kory Faulkner and did so in impressive fashion.
With Kendall Hunter being the victim of a torn right ACL in Friday’s training camp practice, James and rookie runner Carlos Hyde are now considered the frontrunners to be Frank Gore’s backup.
Michael Wilhoite proved himself by starting two games in place of Patrick Willis last season. This season, he has to beat out three teammates to fill in for an injured Bowman.
Colin Kaepernick started day two of 49ers training camp by completing five consecutive passes to five different targets in a 7-on-7 passing drill.
Kyle Nelson rejoins the 49ers after two prior stints with the team. He spent a portion of the offseason workouts in 2013 as well as part of training camp in 2012 with San Francisco.
The free-agent addition spoke highly of his new teammates. He did, however, caution that the unit must form a certain on-field identity.
Vernon Davis and Vontae Davis have competed their whole lives, only never against each other and certainly not on a professional football field. That ends this Sunday.
The 49ers announced that BNY Mellon has been named the “Official Investments Company” for the football team and a Founding Partner of Levi’s® Stadium.