Photo courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers

Photo courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers


Media allowed to watch three 49ers practices during OTAs

May 20, 2021 at 4:09 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers announced today that the team will allow reporters to observe three practices during the upcoming organized team activities (OTAs), which begin next week. The sessions will take place at the SAP Performance Facility in Santa Clara, next to Levi's Stadium.

Fans are not allowed to attend. There was a report today that the 49ers are planning to allow some fan access to training camp, which begins at the end of July.

The first open practice from OTAs will be on Tuesday, May 25. The second will be on Wednesday, June 2. The third will be on Tuesday, June 8. All three practices are scheduled to begin at noon.

Members of the coaching staff will speak with reporters via Zoom after each practice. Head coach Kyle Shanahan will speak on May 25, defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans on June 2, and offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel on June 8. Select players will be made available after each coach.


San Francisco will hold a mandatory minicamp from June 15-17. The schedule for that portion of the offseason program will be released at a later date.

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

Mandatory Minicamp:
June 15-17





More San Francisco 49ers News



Jimmy Garoppolo practices again; Trent Williams, Trey Lance among absent 49ers

By David Bonilla
Oct 21

Jimmy Garoppolo was out on the practice field for the third time this week (the San Francisco 49ers held a bonus practice on Monday). We won't know exactly how much the starting quarterback worked during today's session until the team issues its practice participation report later this afternoon. Reporters aren't allowed to watch the entire practice, which means missing out on team drills. The Niners listed Garoppolo as limited on Wednesday. On Wednesday, head coach Kyle Shanahan said he is "pretty optimistic" Garoppolo would be available for Sunday's home game against the Indianapolis Colts. However, he was less sure about the status of his rookie quarterback and



49ers practice and media schedule leading to Week 7 matchup vs. Colts

By Site Staff
Oct 17

The San Francisco 49ers will hold four full practices this week as the team prepares for its Week 7 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts. Head coach Kyle Shanahan, defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans, offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel, special teams coordinator Richard Hightower, and various players are scheduled to speak with the media. The 49ers will make the press conferences available at 49ers.com, on the team's official mobile app, and YouTube page. Below is the schedule, which is subject to change, for the upcoming



49ers remaining positive despite three-game losing streak

By Kirk Larrabee
Oct 10

The San Francisco 49ers aren't anywhere near where they want to be five games into the regular season, but they're also not exactly down on themselves either as their bye week gets underway. The 49ers fell 17-10 to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, which marked their third consecutive loss after opening the season with wins over the Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles. The loss sent the 49ers to 2-3 on the year after defeats at the hands of the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks in previous weeks, and at the moment they face a sizable deficit in the NFC West behind the 5-0 Cardinals and 4-1 Los Angeles Rams. They're also dealing with a long list of injuries, most notably those to quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (calf), tight end George Kittle (calf), running



49ers protect three from the practice squad ahead of Colts game

By Site Staff
Oct 19

The San Francisco 49ers protected three practice squad players this week, per today's NFL transaction list. The team is preparing to face the Indianapolis Colts at Levi's Stadium on Sunday night. Protected practice squad players LB Tyrell Adams WR River Cracraft OL Colton McKivitz NFL teams can protect up to four practice squad players per week from being signed by other teams. In addition, teams can elevate up to two practice squad players to the active roster before 1 p.m. PT the day before a game. Doing so will not require removing others from the active roster, and the players will revert back to the practice squad following the


Featured

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone