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San Francisco 49ers 2021 offseason schedule announced

May 6, 2021 at 10:52 AM--


The NFL released the dates for offseason programs, including the individual schedules for all 32 NFL teams.

Below are the dates for the San Francisco 49ers' offseason program. More details, including media availability, will be announced at later dates.

Rookie Minicamp:
May 14-16

OTA Offseason Workouts:
May 24-25
May 27
June 1-2
June 4
June 7-8
June 10

Mandatory Minicamp:
June 15-17

The NFL is currently in Phase One (April 19-May 14) of the offseason program, limited to strength and conditioning, virtual meetings, and physical rehabilitation only.

Phase Two (May 17-21) can include on-field workouts and drills but they must be non-contact. "All such drills must be conducted at an acceptable walkthrough pace (i.e., Pro Bowl practice)," reads the NFL announcement.

Phase Three (May 24-June 18) is when in-person meetings and classroom instruction can begin. It remains subject to COVID-19 testing cadence, tracking, facility access, and other protocols. Teams are allowed to hold up to 10 days of organized team practice activity without live contact. This includes 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 drills.

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