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49erswebzone.com coverage of 49ers Training Camp all weekend long

Jul 24, 2008 at 10:15 AM--


Outside of regular updates in the news wire, keep an eye on the Webzone Exclusives section during the first few days of training camp. 49erswebzone.com staff members will be on hand to bring you updates on the happenings at training camp.

Friday, July 25th

On Friday, July 25th, a number of Webzone members will be going as a group and sitting together. If you would like to join this group, click here for more information (you must be a forum member to sign up and receive info). I am still undecided if I will be blogging from training camp that day or if I will just write a summary later. That is likely to be a game day decision.

Saturday, July 26th

Saturday, July 26th is Webzone VIP day at training camp. 17 members of the 49erswebzone.com family have been invited by the team and we will be in the VIP area that day. We will also receive a tour of the 49ers headquarters and get to meet a few players and/or staff.

Oscar Aparicio will be blogging live on Saturday to keep you up to date on our experience. Staff writers, moderators and more will be on hand. Please check late Saturday night or Sunday for even more write ups and photos on our experience during Saturday's event.

Like Friday, there is also a Webzone gathering on Saturday. Click here for more information.

Sunday, July 27th

On Sunday, July 27th, luv49rs will give you an update on the happenings at training camp.

For other days, be sure to check out official daily threads in the 49erswebzone.com forums.



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