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Here’s the list of 49ers players working out together in Tennessee

Jun 19, 2020 at 8:08 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers have been holding player-organized throwing sessions at the Brentwood Academy, which is just outside Nashville, Tennessee. The team moved locations from San Jose State to allow more player participation.

One of those players was wide receiver Deebo Samuel, who had been training in Houston, Texas, before this week. He suffered a Jones fracture in his left foot on Tuesday. NFL insider Ian Rapoport estimated 12 to 16 weeks of recovery time, but Samuel says it will be closer to 10.

The Nashville area was chosen because several 49ers players spent their offseasons there, including tight end George Kittle, quarterback C.J. Beathard, and wide receivers Trent Taylor and rookie Jauan Jennings.

Matt Barrows of The Athletic provided a list of the 49ers players taking part — or in Samuel's case, that were taking part — in this week's sessions.

Quarterbacks
C.J. Beathard
Jimmy Garoppolo
Nick Mullens
Broc Rutter

Receivers
Brandon Aiyuk
Kendrick Bourne
Chris Finke
Jalen Hurd
Jauan Jennings
Dante Pettis
Shawn Poindexter
Deebo Samuel
Trent Taylor

Tight ends
George Kittle
Charlie Woerner

Fullback
Kyle Juszczyk





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