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49ers OTAs and Mini Camps

I know its a little different this year with the new CBA, but this officially starts on Monday correct? Does anyone have a link to the official schedule? I did a search on the site and on the web and didn't find anything. One would think that these beat reporters would have been talking about it over the weekend.

Anyone have info/links?
its starts at the end of april to first of may

only starts monday for teams that have new HCs
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
its starts at the end of april to first of may

only starts monday for teams that have new HCs



Honestly, how do you know so much? Seriously, are you a Niner intern or something? Are you related to Smith?

Didn't you say you go to San Diego State? Do you know his family?
[ Edited by Oakland-Niner on Apr 15, 2012 at 8:03 PM ]
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:


Honestly, how do you know so much? Seriously, are you a Niner intern or something? Are you related to Smith?

Didn't you say you go to San Diego State? Do you know his family?
i go to UC SD

and its the same schedule every year
  • Chico
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Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
its starts at the end of april to first of may

only starts monday for teams that have new HCs


i thought it started at the end of May to the first of June? i'm so confused...
I thought it started tomorrow but without coaches only if you're a new HC you could be there tomorrow.
The 49ers will start their nine-week, offseason conditioning program Monday. But it's not as if on-field practice battles are starting, too. And it's not as if players haven't been working out at the 49ers' facility since the NFC Championship game three months ago.

Then again, consider this the genesis of their 2012 chemistry. New teammates will be arriving. Friendships will be renewed. Work, work, work will be done.

And keep in mind: these are voluntary workouts, up until their mandatory minicamp in mid-June.

Players have been working out at the facility a lot this offseason already. Defensive linemen have been a constant presence, as have younger players, such as quarterback Colin Kaepernick, fullback Bruce Miller, running back Anthony Dixon, wide receiver Kyle Williams, cornerback Chris Culliver and surely many others.

When Kaepernick headed out of the facility earlier this month, I asked him about the brewing competition at quarterback, where he'll eventually be vying for snaps with newcomer Josh Johnson and last year's No. 3 QB Scott Tolzien, along with incumbent starter Alex Smith.

"You're out here to compete every day. That's what you're here for," Kaepernick said. "Whether it's me, Josh or Alex, I'm here to compete, trying to get on that field any way I can. I'm real excited. Things have been going well."

Here are some quick facts about the offseason condition program, the first under the collective bargaining agreement that was ratified after last year's labor lockout:

– Teams are allowed to conduct nine weeks worth of workouts in a 10-week period, with a maximum of four workouts per week and none on the weekends.

– Three phases exist for all team's conditioning programs.

– Phase 1 takes place over the first two weeks. It is limited to strength and conditioning, and physical rehabilitation. No coaches are allowed on the field to participate or observe. No footballs can be used, except by quarterbacks in throwing to uncovered wide receivers. No helmets allowed.

– Phase 2 lasts three weeks. Coaches are allowed on the field. No offense-vs.-defense drills. No helmets.

– Phase 3 covers the final four weeks, including 10 days of organized team activities (OTAs). Coaches can be on the field. No live contact. No offense-vs.-defense. Helmets are allowed; shells are not. Three OTA days are allowed in each of the first two weeks of this phase. The final two weeks, in the 49ers' case, will consist of four OTA days in the third week and a mandatory minicamp in the final week.

http://blogs.mercurynews.com/49ers/2012/04/15/offseason-conditioning-program-dawns-kaepernick-im-here-to-compete-trying-to-get-on-that-field-any-way-i-can/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+49ersHotRead+%2849ers+Hot+Read%29
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
The 49ers will start their nine-week, offseason conditioning program Monday. But it's not as if on-field practice battles are starting, too. And it's not as if players haven't been working out at the 49ers' facility since the NFC Championship game three months ago.

Then again, consider this the genesis of their 2012 chemistry. New teammates will be arriving. Friendships will be renewed. Work, work, work will be done.

And keep in mind: these are voluntary workouts, up until their mandatory minicamp in mid-June.

Players have been working out at the facility a lot this offseason already. Defensive linemen have been a constant presence, as have younger players, such as quarterback Colin Kaepernick, fullback Bruce Miller, running back Anthony Dixon, wide receiver Kyle Williams, cornerback Chris Culliver and surely many others.

When Kaepernick headed out of the facility earlier this month, I asked him about the brewing competition at quarterback, where he'll eventually be vying for snaps with newcomer Josh Johnson and last year's No. 3 QB Scott Tolzien, along with incumbent starter Alex Smith.

"You're out here to compete every day. That's what you're here for," Kaepernick said. "Whether it's me, Josh or Alex, I'm here to compete, trying to get on that field any way I can. I'm real excited. Things have been going well."

Here are some quick facts about the offseason condition program, the first under the collective bargaining agreement that was ratified after last year's labor lockout:

– Teams are allowed to conduct nine weeks worth of workouts in a 10-week period, with a maximum of four workouts per week and none on the weekends.

– Three phases exist for all team's conditioning programs.

– Phase 1 takes place over the first two weeks. It is limited to strength and conditioning, and physical rehabilitation. No coaches are allowed on the field to participate or observe. No footballs can be used, except by quarterbacks in throwing to uncovered wide receivers. No helmets allowed.

– Phase 2 lasts three weeks. Coaches are allowed on the field. No offense-vs.-defense drills. No helmets.

– Phase 3 covers the final four weeks, including 10 days of organized team activities (OTAs). Coaches can be on the field. No live contact. No offense-vs.-defense. Helmets are allowed; shells are not. Three OTA days are allowed in each of the first two weeks of this phase. The final two weeks, in the 49ers' case, will consist of four OTA days in the third week and a mandatory minicamp in the final week.

http://blogs.mercurynews.com/49ers/2012/04/15/offseason-conditioning-program-dawns-kaepernick-im-here-to-compete-trying-to-get-on-that-field-any-way-i-can/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+49ersHotRead+%2849ers+Hot+Read%29
- Phase 4...........

- Phase 5 collect underpants.
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Originally posted by Jesu80ncleats:
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
The 49ers will start their nine-week, offseason conditioning program Monday.

– Phase 1 takes place over the first two weeks. It is limited to strength and conditioning, and physical rehabilitation. No coaches are allowed on the field to participate or observe. No footballs can be used, except by quarterbacks in throwing to uncovered wide receivers. No helmets allowed.

The general question: Who is there?
The specific question: Is Crabtree there?
[ Edited by buck on Apr 16, 2012 at 2:26 AM ]
oh nice to know we have team activities

this year at least we dont need our coaches as much as most of them know teh system

please crabtree show up
[ Edited by 49ersalldaway126 on Apr 16, 2012 at 5:48 AM ]
Originally posted by Jesu80ncleats:
- Phase 4...........

- Phase 5 collect underpants.

Yeah yeah yeah, but what about Phase 4??


Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
The 49ers will start their nine-week, offseason conditioning program Monday. But it's not as if on-field practice battles are starting, too. And it's not as if players haven't been working out at the 49ers' facility since the NFC Championship game three months ago.

Then again, consider this the genesis of their 2012 chemistry. New teammates will be arriving. Friendships will be renewed. Work, work, work will be done.

And keep in mind: these are voluntary workouts, up until their mandatory minicamp in mid-June.

Players have been working out at the facility a lot this offseason already. Defensive linemen have been a constant presence, as have younger players, such as quarterback Colin Kaepernick, fullback Bruce Miller, running back Anthony Dixon, wide receiver Kyle Williams, cornerback Chris Culliver and surely many others.

When Kaepernick headed out of the facility earlier this month, I asked him about the brewing competition at quarterback, where he'll eventually be vying for snaps with newcomer Josh Johnson and last year's No. 3 QB Scott Tolzien, along with incumbent starter Alex Smith.

"You're out here to compete every day. That's what you're here for," Kaepernick said. "Whether it's me, Josh or Alex, I'm here to compete, trying to get on that field any way I can. I'm real excited. Things have been going well."

Here are some quick facts about the offseason condition program, the first under the collective bargaining agreement that was ratified after last year's labor lockout:

– Teams are allowed to conduct nine weeks worth of workouts in a 10-week period, with a maximum of four workouts per week and none on the weekends.

– Three phases exist for all team's conditioning programs.

– Phase 1 takes place over the first two weeks. It is limited to strength and conditioning, and physical rehabilitation. No coaches are allowed on the field to participate or observe. No footballs can be used, except by quarterbacks in throwing to uncovered wide receivers. No helmets allowed.

– Phase 2 lasts three weeks. Coaches are allowed on the field. No offense-vs.-defense drills. No helmets.

– Phase 3 covers the final four weeks, including 10 days of organized team activities (OTAs). Coaches can be on the field. No live contact. No offense-vs.-defense. Helmets are allowed; shells are not. Three OTA days are allowed in each of the first two weeks of this phase. The final two weeks, in the 49ers' case, will consist of four OTA days in the third week and a mandatory minicamp in the final week.

http://blogs.mercurynews.com/49ers/2012/04/15/offseason-conditioning-program-dawns-kaepernick-im-here-to-compete-trying-to-get-on-that-field-any-way-i-can/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+49ersHotRead+%2849ers+Hot+Read%29

Thanks Sonoco! When I woke up I saw that article and chuckled. If I only waited a couple more hours....Im so impatient!
Originally posted by buck:
The general question: Who is there?
The specific question: Is Crabtree there?

Guess we'll find out as the week goes on. He BETTER F'IN BE THERE!!!!!
Doesn't something start today, like weight training or something?
Originally posted by 228niner:
Doesn't something start today, like weight training or something?

See post #7. Phase 1 begins today.