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WATCH: 49ers’ Brock Purdy, Sam Darnold, Trey Lance all enjoy good practice on Day 7 of camp

Rohan Chakravarthi
Aug 3, 2023 at 2:35 PM--


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Day 7 of the San Francisco 49ers training camp is officially over, as it was a lighter practice following an off day Wednesday, as the team implemented a ton of play-action work, while several key players on either side of the ball rested.

The offense had a good day, as each of the quarterbacks played solid collectively, despite the absence of left tackle Trent Williams, left guard Aaron Banks, and running back Christian McCaffrey.

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Here are all the sights and videos of Day 7 of Training Camp.

Full Breakdown of Day 7

For a full breakdown of Day 7, listen to our podcast recapping every detail I saw during Day 7 of training camp, from the quarterbacks to standout players to those to keep an eye out for and more.



Deep ball

Quarterback Sam Darnold was filmed warming up with deeper throws, where his arm motion was on display to begin Thursday's practice.



Short game

The 49ers quarterbacks were filmed working on the short game, as Trey Lance and Sam Darnold were both seen working on footwork and hitting short routes in drills.



First on the field

You can probably expect which players hit the field first for the 49ers on Thursday, as a certain duo came out to work on technique early before the start of practice.



Rookie Hype Machine

The rookie hype machine made a comeback on Thursday, as running back Ronald Awatt and defensive back D'Shawn Jamison danced to a popular song to hype up the crowd.



Stay tuned for all the latest videos and sights from 49ers training camp tomorrow!



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