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49ers practice and media schedule leading to Week 12 matchup vs. Vikings

Nov 23, 2021 at 7:02 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers will hold three full practices this week as the team prepares for its Week 12 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings. However, only two will be open to the media as Thursday's session has no access due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

Head coach Kyle Shanahan, defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans, 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 week. All times are Pacific.

Tuesday, November 23
Players' day off

Wednesday, November 24
12:25 p.m. - Kyle Shanahan press conference
Following Shanahan - DeMeco Ryans press conference
Following Ryans - Player availability
1:25 p.m. - Practice

Thursday, November 25
No media availability

Friday, November 26
12:10 p.m. - Practice
After practice (approx. 1:20 p.m.) - Kyle Shanahan press conference
Following Shanahan - Player availability

Saturday, November 27
No media availability

Sunday, November 28
1:25 p.m. - Vikings at 49ers
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