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49ers Blitz: Picture day photos released, Trent Williams and Nick Bosa speak, two opt-out

Aug 6, 2020 at 8:23 PM--


Here are some of the top San Francisco 49ers storylines that made their way around social media on Thursday, August 6, 2020.

Picture Day


The 49ers released photos from the team's media day.

Interesting to note, no photos of George Kittle.


Trent Williams Speaks to the Media


Today was the first time the local media was able to sit down and ask the 49ers newest LT questions. It seems clear that he is happy landing in San Francisco.


No Super Bowl Rewatch for Nick Bosa


The media also met with second-year standout DE Nick Bosa. Bosa provides insight into his offseason and mentions that he has yet to watch the 4th quarter of the Super Bowl.


Swing Tackle Turns in Cleats


The 49ers were finally looking to get some help from LT Shon Coleman but the offensive lineman decided to opt-out due to COVID-19 concerns.


Another Offensive Lineman Steps Away


The 49ers lost another offensive lineman to COVID-19 concerns, as reported at the opt-out deadline.






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