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49ers Debut ‘Brick by Brick,’ Season 6, Episode 1: Whatever It Takes

Aug 10, 2022 at 4:55 PM--

The San Francisco 49ers' online documentary-style series, "Brick by Brick," debuted the first episode of its sixth season on Wednesday night.

The premiere episode is titled "Whatever It Takes," and the description reads as follows:

(Season 6, Episode 1) Get an inside look as 49ers players arrive for camp and begin their preparations for the 2022 NFL season in this episode of Brick by Brick presented by SAP.

Below are the timestamps for the episode.

  • 0:00 Offseason in Review
  • 2:04 Driving In with Brandon Aiyuk
  • 4:01 Players Arrive for Camp
  • 4:57 First Team Meeting
  • 6:19 Arik Armstead and Fred Warner Mic'd Up at Practice
  • 9:11 Checking into the Team Hotel
  • 10:43 Brock Purdy Participates in Irrelevant Week
  • 18:25 Deebo Samuel Signs Contract Extension
  • 19:15 Bryant Young is Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
  • 22:35 Anthony Lynn Mic'd Up at Practice
  • 29:29 Next Time
  • 29:55 Extras

You can watch the episode from the web series' sixth season above, on the team's official YouTube page, at, or within the official 49ers mobile app.

The Hard Knocks-style series, which is developed by the team's in-house video production studio, 49ers Studios, offers a behind-the-scenes look at training camp, the players, and coaching staff as they prepare for the 2022 season.

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