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49ers 8/22 practice: Sherman grabs pick-six off Garoppolo; Bosa, Dwelley don’t practice

Aug 22, 2020 at 2:24 PM--

The San Francisco 49ers on Saturday held their seventh practice of training camp. Below are some practice notes from various media sources.

San Francisco's next practice is scheduled for Sunday at 10:15 a.m. PT. Players have Monday off.

For those looking for the latest Jimmy Garoppolo knee brace news, the quarterback, once again, did not wear the protective device. (NBC Sports Bay Area)

Defensive end Nick Bosa was on the field in uniform, minus his helmet and shoulder pads, but was just observing practice after not finishing Friday's session. (San Francisco Chronicle)

"The performance staff has a plan for all these guys," defensive coordinator Robert Saleh said on Friday when asked about Bosa's situation. "So, whether they pull them just because his snap count got high is on them, but from all indications, he's fine."

Head coach Kyle Shanahan confirmed after practice that Bosa had a "maintenance day," giving him the practice off.

Tight ends Ross Dwelley and Jordan Reed did not practice. (KNBR)

Shanahan later said Dwelley was bothered by his foot.

Cornerback Richard Sherman had a would-be pick-six against Garoppolo, and Ahkello Witherspoon intercepted Nick Mullens while going against Dante Pettis during red-zone drills. Practice ended with Garoppolo hitting wide receiver Kendrick Bourne on a deep ball over Sherman, though. (NBC Sports Bay Area, NBC Sports Bay Area)

It was the second consecutive day that Sherman had intercepted a Garoppolo pass.

Cornerback Emmanuel Moseley had a PBU on a deep Garoppolo pass intended for wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk. (Bay Area News Group)

Running back Tevin Coleman returned to practice and had two red-zone touchdowns — one receiving and one rushing. (NBC Sports Bay Area)

Mullens hit Aiyuk for a 10-yard score during red-zone drills. (NBC Sports Bay Area)

"Jauan Jennings, had at least 3 catches, 1 for a TD in red zone, 1 deep over middle," wrote Jake Hutchinson. (KNBR)

"Rookie Colton McKivitz is emerging as a name to watch in the 49ers' RG mix," wrote David Lombardi. (The Athletic)

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