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49ers Debut ‘Brick by Brick,’ Season 4, Episode 3: Revenge Tour Starts Now

Sep 6, 2020 at 4:55 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers' online documentary-style series, "Brick by Brick," debuted the third and final episode of its fourth season on Sunday night at 5 p.m. PT.

The most recent episode is titled "Revenge Tour Starts Now," and the description reads as follows:

(Season 4, Episode 3) Go inside the final days of training camp at Levi's Stadium as the team cuts the roster to 53 and gears up for Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals in the final episode of Brick by Brick presented by SAP.

You can watch the final episode from the web series' fourth season below, on the team's official YouTube page, at 49ers.com, or within the official 49ers mobile app.



The Hard Knocks-style series, which is developed by the team's in-house video production studio, 49ers Studios, offers a behind-the-scenes look at training camp, the players, and coaching staff as they prepare for an unprecedented season that will be played amid a pandemic.





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