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The 10 Best Photos from 49ers Training Camp

Posted Aug 19, 2014

We have thousands of pictures from 49ers training camp. They're all pretty sharp. But here are the 10 best.

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We have thousands of pictures from 49ers training camp from team photographer Terrell Lloyd. They're all pretty sharp. But here are the 10 best.

10. The L-B(easts)

NaVorro Bowman and Patrick Willis have been talking all through camp. Bowman remains on the Physically Unable to Perform List, but he's always around the 49ers linebackers as evidenced by this picture.


9. The Lid

What's better than a 49ers helmet?


8. The View

The scenic view of 49ers training camp.


7. The Stylish WR

Michael Crabtree trotted out a hooded sweatshirt for the first couple of camp sessions. You couldn't miss number 15 catching passes and his stylish accessory.


6. The Deep INT

Perrish Cox made several standout plays in training camp, but none were better than this deep interception.


5. The View pt. 2

Another scenic shot, this time from Baltimore Ravens headquarters in Owings Mills, Md.


4. The QB Contests

Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers quarterbacks competed in several accuracy competitions in camp. As you can tell, they enjoyed it.


3. The Harbaugh Way

Practice is always more fun when the head coach can get involved, even in special teams drills.


2. The New Guy

Stevie Johnson came on strong in Baltimore. This photo speaks to that.


1. The Mentor/Rookie Relationship


In many ways, this is what training camp is all about. Veterans know the drill. They know the playbook. Camp is a great way for rookies and first-year players to really learn San Francisco's system. Frank Gore mentored rookie Carlos Hyde throughout camp. The relationship speaks to Gore's professionalism and emphasizes his value to the 49ers.


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