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Watch: Nick Bosa, Trent Williams and more train on Day 1 of 49ers minicamp
Defensive end Nick Bosa and tackle Trent Williams were among San Francisco 49ers veterans who haven’t participated in volunteer-organized team activities in recent weeks. However, they were on hand for the start of the team’s mandatory three-day minicamp on Tuesday. Also in attendance was wide receiver Deebo Samuel, who was looking to be traded earlier this offseason. However, Samuel was undressed and left the training ground after the team warm-ups. Below are videos from various sources of Tuesday’s practice. Journalists are required to stop recording once the team has practiced
49ers minicamp, day 1 notebook: return of Deebo, Bosa, Williams
By Rohan Chakravarthi
The San Francisco 49ers began their mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, opting to move practices up a week after originally scheduling practice for June 13-15. The three-day minicamp will now end on Thursday and represents the continuation of Phase 3 of the offseason program, where live contact is not allowed, but teams can continue to practice 11-on-11. Here are the biggest headlines from Tuesday for the 49ers: 1. Deebo Samuel, Nick Bosa, Trent Williams return; Jimmy Garoppolo out During the OTAs, head coach Kyle Shanahan informed the media that he expects his three stars to return for the mandatory minicamp, including disgruntled wide Deebo Samuel, who has publicly demanded a trade ahead of the NFL Draft, via ESPN.
49ers move mandatory minicamp to this week; Will Deebo Samuel be present?
The San Francisco 49ers have moved their mandatory three-day minicamp, originally scheduled for June 13-15, to this week. It will now take place from June 7 to 9. This week was meant to be the last of organized team activities, with practices originally scheduled for Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. From now on, the team will meet on the pitch from Tuesday to Thursday. The offseason schedule was originally announced on April 1. Article 22 of the collective agreement stipulates that clubs can organize a compulsory minicamp for veteran players. This minicamp must take place during phase three of the off-season program. The real question is whether the Deebo wide receiver
49ers officially excuse Jimmy Garoppolo from mandatory minicamp
This news should surprise no one. The San Francisco 49ers have excused quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo from this week’s mandatory three-day minicamp, which begins Tuesday. The minicamp was originally scheduled for next week, but was pushed back into the offseason schedule. Garoppolo is still recovering from the shoulder surgery he underwent on March 8 and continues to detox away from the team. It shouldn’t start launching until the end of this month, possibly early July. The #49ers apologized