After four days off, the San Francisco 49ers begin their second week of organized team activities (OTAs) today. The media had its first opportunity to observe a team practice last week and will have access to two more through next week.

The 49ers will hold three days' worth of practices this week. They will be on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. Wednesday's practice will be the second open to the media. Defensive coordinator Robert Saleh and several players will be made available following Wednesday's practice.

Next week, the 49ers will hold three more days' worth of practices before closing out OTAs. They will be next Monday (6/4), Tuesday (6/5), and Thursday (6/7). That Tuesday practice will be open to the media with offensive coaches and several players being made available afterward.

A week later, the 49ers will hold a mandatory minicamp before breaking for six weeks until training camp opens in late July.

Linebacker Reuben Foster returned to the team last Thursday after Judge Nona Klippen dropped the charges against him related to domestic violence. The team did not confirm whether or not Foster, who had not been with the team for nearly six weeks due to the legal situation, practiced with the team upon his return. He also had a misdemeanor charge of second-degree marijuana possession from a January arrest dismissed, which leaves just the weapon charge from February unresolved. That remaining charge was reduced to a misdemeanor.

Remaining OTA Practice Days
May 29-30, June 1, June 4-5, June 7
May 30: Robert Saleh press conference
June 5: Offensive coaches media session

Mandatory Minicamp
June 12-14