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Morning Report: Bucky Brooks Calls Nick Bosa a 'Franchise Building Block'

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Here are your top 49ers storylines for Wednesday, June 28th.

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Nick Bosa Named a Top 10 'Franchise Building Block' by

Each offseason, all 32 clubs set out to do the same thing - add, subtract, draft and develop players to put together a championship-caliber team. The San Francisco 49ers have been meticulously fine-tuning their roster over the past several seasons and have seen the payoff of their efforts, reaching a Super Bowl and three NFC Championship Games over the last four seasons.

49ers Linebackers Headline PFF Rankings for a Second-Straight Year

The San Francisco 49ers closed out the 2022 campaign boasting the league's No. 1 overall defense, and within that defensive unit, the team also owns the top-ranked linebacker corps in the NFL for a second-straight year, per Pro Football Focus.

The 49ers linebackers are No. 1 in coverage with an 88.5 mark from the PFF experts and are second-overall against the run, finishing with a 90.7 grade for the year.

Off the Field: 49ers Players Coach 2023 Football Camp for the Stars ⭐️

Earlier this month, San Francisco 49ers players Matt Pryor and Jordan Mason helped demonstrate that football is for everyone, a lesson set forth by Football Camp for the Stars.

Football Camp for the Stars is a program dedicated for athletes with Down syndrome who love football. The athletes have the opportunity to receive instruction from college and NFL players and coaches and live out an authentic football experience.

49ers 2023 Roster Breakdown: Coaches

Each week leading up to the start of training camp, will assess roster groupings as we get closer to the season. In this installment, we will take a look at the coaching staff including the new faces arriving in 2023 and how they'll impact the team.

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Offensive lineman Matt Pryor and running back Jordan Mason taught football fundamentals to athletes with Down syndrome to make the game fun and accessible to all.

View images of Arik Armstead's Inaugural Kick Off For Kids Gala, where sponsors, attendees and the Sacramento community raised over $250,000 for education equity.

Players from around the league descended upon Nashville, Tennessee for Tight End University (TEU), orchestrated by George Kittle, Travis Kelce and Greg Olsen.

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