49ers training camp practice schedule and media availability - Week 1

Jul 26, 2021 at 1:23 PM--


Training camp is about to kick off and the San Francisco 49ers will hold four consecutive days of practice starting on Wednesday. Head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch will open the week by speaking to reporters on Tuesday, followed by select players.

Defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans and offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel are also scheduled to speak during the week.

The 49ers will make the press conferences available at 49ers.com, and on the team's official mobile app and YouTube page.

Below is the schedule, which is subject to change, for the first week of training camp. All times are Pacific. Players will have Sunday, August 1 off before returning to the practice field the next day for the start of Week 2.

Tuesday, July 27
11:00 a.m. - Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch press conference
Following Lynch and Shanahan - Player availability

Wednesday, July 28
10:17 a.m. - Practice
After practice - Kyle Shanahan press conference
Following Shanahan - Player availability

Thursday, July 29
10:17 a.m. - Practice
After practice - DeMeco Ryans press conference
Following Ryans - Mike McDaniel press conference
Following McDaniel - Player availability

Friday, July 30
10:17 a.m. - Practice
After practice - Kyle Shanahan press conference
Following Shanahan - Player availability

Saturday, July 31
10:17 a.m. - Practice
After practice - DeMeco Ryans press conference
Following Ryans - Player availability

Sunday, August 1
Players' day off - No media availability





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