The 49ers head coach outlined his plans for the team’s lineup against the Chiefs and analyzed the competition at wide receiver.
Garoppolo talked about his mindset heading into the 49ers preseason matchup in Kansas City and recapped his performance against the Broncos.
Saleh analyzed the play of the defense through two preseason games and spoke about the upcoming preseason debuts for Kwon Alexander and Fred Warner.
Raheem Mostert, Deebo Samuel, Mitch Wishnowsky and Jaquiski Tartt discussed the team's comeback win over the Denver Broncos.
Shanahan reviewed the 49ers offensive performance against the Denver Broncos and provided post game injury updates.
The 49ers quarterback discussed his performance against the Denver Broncos and looks forward to the short turnaround in Week 3 of the preseason vs. Chiefs.
The 49ers head coach shared his observations from the team's joint practices in Denver and previewed Monday's preseason game.
Moore discussed his transition to safety and spoke about the veteran leadership in the secondary.
The 49ers general manager evaluated the 49ers vs. Broncos joint practices and talked about his friendship with John Elway.
Saleh analyzed the 49ers defensive performance during the first joint practice session with the Broncos and spoke about his first NFL job under Broncos head coach Vic Fangio.
Buckner recapped the 49ers first joint practice session against the Broncos and discussed the “swagger” of the 49ers defense.
Garland discussed his return to Denver during the 49ers joint practices and his impressions of Kyle Shanahan and San Francisco's offense.
Alexander spoke about the leadership along the 49ers defense and the progression of second-year linebacker Fred Warner.
Sherman spoke about the progression of Tarvarius Moore at free safety and spoke about the defense’s performance through training camp.
Garoppolo discussed practicing with the Denver Broncos, the performance of the 49ers defense in camp and his relationship with Rich Scangrello.
Shanahan discussed the defense causing problems for the offense in Wednesday's practice and his vision for the joint practices in Denver this weekend.
Saleh broke down how the defense played in the preseason opener and discussed the competition at the safety position.
Jalen Hurd, Nick Mullens and C.J. Beathard discussed the offense's performance during the team's first preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys.
The 49ers head coach analyzed the first preseason game against Dallas and gave injury updates for Trent Taylor, Raheem Mostert and other members of the team.
The 49ers cornerback talked about his preparations for the 2019 season and broke down the difficulties of covering Kyle Shanahan’s offense.
Moore discussed his transition to safety and spoke about the guidance John Lynch has given him about the position.
Shanahan offered injury updates on Nick Bosa, Jason Verrett, Jerick McKinnon and other members of the 49ers and discussed the performance of San Francisco's quarterbacks during training camp.
Garoppolo evaluated the 49ers receivers and talked about the "unique" relationship between Joe Staley and Mike McGlinchey.
Saleh talked about the veteran leadership on defense and discussed what he needs to see from rookies during the first preseason game.
Greenlaw spoke about his ability to play all three linebacker spots and how that helps him prepare mentally for each practice.
McKinnon shared his excitement to be back on the practice field with his teammates and discussed the depth in the running back room.
Shanahan broke down the battles at wide receiver and tight end, discussed the plans for Jimmy Garoppolo in the preseason and spoke about Jerick McKinnon's return to the practice field.
Jones discussed the d-line’s emphasis on improving the pass rush and spoke about his favorite barbecue.
The 49ers tight end spoke about George Kittle’s leadership and discussed his comfort in Kyle Shanahan's system.
The 49ers rookie wide receiver called training camp a "learning process" and shared how he's improved after lining up across from Richard Sherman.
Shanahan talked about the challenges of play-calling against the 49ers pass rush and evaluated the receiving corps.
Blair discussed his early impressions of Dee Ford and Nick Bosa and spoke about his comfort level heading into the season.
Hurd broke down his first NFL training camp and the benefits of learning from Wes Welker and Miles Austin.
Williams analyzed the 49ers improved defensive line and spoke about his expectations entering into his third season in San Francisco.
The 49ers defensive coordinator discussed what he's seen from first-round draft pick Nick Bosa and gave updates on Jason Verrett, Tarvarius Moore and Tim Harris.
The 49ers wide receiver spoke about the wide receiver position battle and working with “walking legend” Wes Welker.
The 49ers punter talked building a relationship with kicker Robbie Gould and analyzed how Australian football influenced his punting style.
Hightower discussed Kyle Shanahan’s mindset of building a roster with dual-threat players and highlighted the advantage punter Mitch Wishnowsky brings on special teams.
Shanahan analyzed the 49ers wideout competition and gave injury updates following Thursday's practice.
Garoppolo discussed the offense’s progression through the first week of training camp and spoke about building chemistry with 49ers receivers.
The 49ers defensive coordinator talked about the depth at defensive back and defensive line and gave evaluations of Jason Verrett, Richard Sherman and Kentavius Street.
The 49ers linebacker discussed taking a leadership role on the defense and assessed what he’s seen from rookie Dre Greenlaw.
Taylor praised the insights Wes Welker brings to the 49ers receiving corps and reviewed his offseason goals to get healthy and faster.
Tartt spoke about building chemistry with San Francisco's safeties and the emphasis on forcing turnovers in 2019.
The 49ers first-round draft pick spoke about his first three training camp practices and talked about going 1-on-1 with Joe Staley.
The 49ers cornerback discussed his recovery from an ACL injury, overcoming mental hurdles and Richard Sherman’s role as a “big brother”.
The 49ers head coach evaluated what he’s seen from the younger players on the 49ers roster including McGlinchey, Ahkello Witherspoon and Jalen Hurd.
Breida broke down the mindset of the 49ers running backs and a clean bill of health heading into the season.
The 49ers running back detailed the challenges of relearning Kyle Shanahan’s offense and discussed his chemistry with Jimmy Garoppolo.
Thomas discussed using the offseason to prepare mentally and physically for the 2019 season and talked about John Lynch’s impact on his life.
Pettis recapped his offseason and his preparations for his second NFL season.
The 49ers linebacker talked about his recovery from an ACL injury and being back on the field during 49ers Training Camp.
Goodwin evaluated Jimmy Garoppolo’s performance through training camp so far and discussed going up against Sherman in 1-on-1s.
Shanahan shared observations from Sunday’s practice, how he sees George Kittle improving in the 2019 season and his plans for the first padded practice.
The Pro Bowl fullback talked about Jimmy Garoppolo’s leadership in the huddle and previewed the strengths of the 49ers running backs.
McGlinchey reflected on how learning from a “trial by fire” in 2018 is an advantage heading into his sophomore season.
Ford highlighted the potential of the 49ers defensive line and evaluated the strengths of Joe Staley and Mike McGlinchey.
Armstead discussed the defensive line’s determination to excel during the 2019 season and spoke about his offseaon goal of getting stronger.
The 49ers defensive coordinator highlighted the team’s emphasis on creating turnovers and gave player evaluations on Nick Bosa, Solomon Thomas, Jason Verrett and more.
The 49ers general manager and head coach opened the team’s training camp with a press conference to discuss Jimmy Garoppolo’s recovery, injury updates and set their expectations for the season.
Staley evaluated San Francisco's new strength and conditioning staff and spoke about his expectations for Jimmy Garoppolo going into the season.
Kittle shared details about his offseason training regimen with C.J. Beathard in Nashville and discussed his goals for the upcoming season.
Buckner addressed the expectations for the 49ers defensive line and highlighted the energy Kris Kocurek brings to the room.
The 49ers cornerback emphasized the team's competitive drive heading into the 2019 season and discussed his leadership role in the locker room.
Garoppolo discussed being cleared for training camp, his offseason workouts and shared his excitement for the start of camp.
The 49ers kicker spoke about his contract extension and discussed building rapport with rookie punter Mitch Wishnowsky.
Bosa discussed how he’s handled his injury and what he’s been able to learn from the veterans in the 49ers locker room.
Warner spoke about the growing chemistry among new members of the defense and his goals for Year 2.
Verrett discussed his health and spoke about his fit in the 49ers defense.
Garoppolo spoke about how he will continue his rehab prior to training camp and his progress throughout the offseason program.
Mullens spoke about his progress this offseason and how he's approaching his competition with C.J. Beathard.
Shanahan spoke about the final mincamp practice and the team’s overall health going into training camp.
The 49ers wide receiver spoke about his connection with Jimmy Garoppolo and shared how his "me vs. me" mindset keeps him competitive.
The 49ers quarterback talked about his preparations for the 2019 season heading into Year 3 and the competition against Nick Mullens.
The 49ers head coach shared his impressions from the team’s first minicamp practice and gave injury updates regarding Mike McGlinchey, Kwon Alexander and Garrett Celek.
Taylor explained that he's always been compared to Welker. Now he gets to learn from him every single day.
The 49ers tight end reflected on his memories of lining up against NaVorro Bowman and assessed the offense’s mindset heading into the 2019 season.
49ers legend NaVorro Bowman spoke to the media about his intention to retire as a 49er.
Pettis talked about what Wes Welker brings to the 49ers receivers and his expectations for Year 2.
The 49ers wide receivers coach evaluated Dante Pettis and Trent Taylor and drew comparisons between his playing style and Taylor's.