49ers to open select training camp sessions to the public

Jun 1, 2006 at 7:44 AM--


According to 49ers.com, the San Francisco 49ers will once again open a select number of training camp sessions to the public. Dates for the open practices have not yet been announced and free tickets will be made available in early July on 49ers.com.



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