49ers players wrap up ‘Camp Hoyer’ in Texas

Jul 12, 2017 at 9:25 AM--


16 players gathered this week for what has been labeled as "Camp Hoyer." The three-day passing session was organized and led by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brian Hoyer. It started on Monday at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

Quarterback Matt Barkley posted a group photo on social media following the conclusion on Wednesday.


Below is a list of the 49ers players who were attendance, per the Sacramento Bee.

Quarterbacks


Brian Hoyer
Matt Barkley
C.J. Beathard
Nick Mullens

Wide Receivers


Victor Bolden
Kendrick Bourne
DeAndre Carter
Marquise Goodwin
Jeremy Kerley
Aldrick Robinson
DeAndre Smelter
Trent Taylor

Tight Ends


Cole Hikutini
George Kittle
Vance McDonald

Running Back


Kapri Bibbs

"It is such a long period of time that you want to get together at least for some period," Hoyer said in June while speaking to Bay Area media. "We're aiming for right in the middle of when we leave and when we come back. We'll get as many guys together as we can. You can't accommodate everybody because people are going all across the country."

The session was set up by Hoyer to allow the offense to get in some more work prior to training camp than the current Collective Bargaining Agreement will allow.

The 49ers report to training camp on July 27th.

Related News







More San Francisco 49ers News



Rapid Reaction to the 49ers' 24-20 Loss to the Cardinals

By Matt Andruscavage
Sep 13, 2020

1) The Cardinals are good While the 49ers should have been able to get a win today, let's not lose sight of the improvements made by the Arizona Cardinals. DeAndre Hopkins dominated the secondary today with 14 catches for 151 yards. He was open a lot and the 49ers were not able to give much of an answer for his play today. Kyler Murray ran for 91 yards, passed for 230 yards, and had two total touchdowns. The ground game was good, their defense was scrappy, and their playcalling was not predictable. San Francisco had a lot of opportunities, which I'll go into, but the performance by the Cardinals should not be discounted. They are a playoff contender and will not be an easy out this year. They still have weaknesses, especially if you can force Murray to throw

Read the Full Article


49ers Lost in Loss to Cardinals

By Gilbert Brink
Sep 14, 2020

Wake up, Kyle Shanahan. As of September 14th 2020, Super Bowl 55 looks like a distant pipe dream. Yesterday, the San Francsico 49ers fell to the Arizona Cardinals in the opener of the 2020 NFL season. After getting off to a blazing start, jumping out to a 10-0 lead, the 49ers couldn't keep the heat on and lost at home to a team that accumulated only 5 wins in 2019. This Cardinals team isn't special. Often fans can find solace in a loss by heaping praise upon the opponent. Not today. Arizona signal caller QB Kyler Murray will be praised in the media for his efforts, but in reality, Murray was inaccurate often and relied heavily on newly acquired star WR DeAndre Hopkins to carry him through this one. Murray threw the ball 40 times for 230 yards, registering a measly 5.8 yards

Read the Full Article


49ers Must Trade for Odell Beckham Jr. Right Now

By Gilbert Brink
Sep 15, 2020

Odell Beckham Jr. is a toxic person. At one time, OBJ seemed to be on track to be an elite wide receiver who was carving out a Hall of Fame career with each spectacular grab he made. It is no longer that time. 2019 was littered with headlines related to Odell seeking employment elsewhere. As a New York Giant, Odell was disgruntled about his money. The Giants gave Odell a fat contract, only to have him show up on ESPN, accompanied by Lil Wayne, to

Read the Full Article

Featured

More Featured Stories

Trending News

More News
Share 49erswebzone