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49ers 2019 Training Camp: Nick Bosa highlights the practice report roundup for Day 1

Jul 27, 2019 at 3:29 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers kicked off training camp on Saturday with their first of 11 full practices, all of which will be open to fans. Click here for the complete practice and media schedule.

Quick Notes


Rookie offensive lineman Justin Skule was tasked with getting the crowd of enthusiastic Niners fans pumped up at the start of the session, which lasted just under 90 minutes.

Saturday's Practice Reports


Matt Maiocco, NBC Sports Bay Area
49ers camp practice 1: Nick Bosa shows well against Joe Staley
Takeaways: Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo's return to 11-on-11 drills. He ended practice with six consecutive completions after his first two misfires. Rookie defensive end Nick Bosa's impressive first practice. Rookie Dre Greenlaw was the SAM linebacker with the first-team defense and stuffed running back Tevin Coleman on the first play of training camp.

Cam Inman, Bay Area News Group
49ers training camp: Bosa shines in debut practice
Takeaways: Bosa impresses. Garoppolo looked "encouragingly nimble" and was able to get his passes away before Bosa or Dee Ford got to him. Linebacker Kwon Alexander (ACL) and cornerback Jason Verrett (Achilles) made their practice debuts but were held out of 11-on-11 drills. The team is easing them back. Jimmie Ward, who is on PUP, did individual conditioning on a side field. Ben Garland started at center.

Chris Biderman, Sacramento Bee
Garoppolo, defensive line shine for 49ers on opening day of training camp
Takeaways: Biderman listed DeForest Buckner and Solomon Thomas as standouts from practice. Each had a couple of tackles for a loss. Some of Buckner's success came against the right side of the O-line, where Mike Person and Joshua Garnett are rotating at guard. Garoppolo looked sharp. He "threaded the needle between traffic" on a play to wide receiver Dante Pettis. Rookie receiver Deebo Samuel hauled in a pass from quarterback Nick Mullens and took it for what would have been a touchdown. Defensive back Tyree Robinson stripped rookie tight end Tyree Mayfield and recovered the fumble.

Eric Branch, San Francisco Chronicle
49ers' practice report: Nick Bosa impresses in camp debut
Takeaways: Bosa was impressive. He lined up at right end with the second-team defense and in the first-string nickel package. Garoppolo had deep passes to Pettis and Jordan Matthews. D.J. Reed lined up at outside cornerback after playing nickel and free safety last year. Tarvarius Moore practiced at free safety. Kyle Shanahan's father, Mike, attended practice.

Keiana Martin, 49ers.com
8 Observations from 49ers 2019 Training Camp: July 27
Takeaways: 49ers' improved defensive line stood out. Garoppolo to Matthews was the day's top offensive highlight. Mullens and C.J. Beathard, who are competing for the backup quarterback job, received even reps.

Grant Cohn, Santa Rosa Press Democrat
The good and not so good from 49ers training camp: Day 1
Takeaways: Grant listed the first-string defense, Bosa, Thomas, Greenlaw, Arik Armstead, Jullian Taylor, Samuel, Garoppolo, and Mullens as his "good" from practice. He listed the offense, Pettis, Ahkello Witherspoon, Kentavius Street, Beathard, and several backup offensive linemen as his "bad."

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The 49ers will return to practice on Sunday at 10:15 a.m.

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