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49ers cancel Tuesday practice and media availability following losses of Skule and Moore

Jun 8, 2021 at 10:37 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers have canceled Tuesday's noon practice, which was scheduled to be the last of three practices open to the media. The news comes after the losses of offensive lineman Justin Skule and safety Tarvarius Moore during Monday's session. Skule suffered a torn ACL while Moore suffered a torn Achilles.

RELATED 49ers lose Justin Skule to torn ACL, Tarvarius Moore to torn Achilles

Skule is expected to miss the 2021 season, while there is some hope that Moore might return before the end of the year.


The 49ers announced that the media session this afternoon with offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel and select players has also been canceled — or at least postponed. It could be rescheduled for a later date.

Update: The media availability has been rescheduled for Wednesday, and will now include head coach Kyle Shanahan in addition to McDaniel.

San Francisco is in its third and final week of organized team activities. The team has its final practice scheduled for Thursday and will hold a mandatory three-day minicamp next week (June 15-17). After that, the 49ers will not return to the practice field until training camp at the end of July.



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