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Arik Armstead continues offseason training with a familiar ex-49ers defender

Jul 6, 2020 at 11:03 PM--


Defensive lineman Arik Armstead is working hard this offseason to prove that his team-leading 10-sack 2019 campaign was no fluke, and after signing a lucrative five-year deal to remain with the San Francisco 49ers. It looks like Armstead is training with a familiar face, too.

San Jose-area photographer Pierre Whitsey comes through again with some photos from San Jose State on Monday, showing Armstead training with former teammate DeForest Buckner.

The 49ers in March traded Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for the No. 13 overall pick, which, after trading down one spot, ended up becoming the selection of Buckner's replacement — defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw.

You can indulge in a small sample of Whitsey's photos of the two defenders below, with a link to much more within the tweets themselves. Buckner isn't the only NFL defender with whom Armstead is seen practicing with and against.

Enjoy.






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