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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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The San Francisco 49ers will host the Los Angeles Rams at Levi's Stadium on Sunday night, which will also serve as the team's Alumni Game. Of course, that means something very different this year amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Usually, 49ers alumni would be in attendance. This year, 95 alumni will "attend" as fan cutouts, arranged in the shape of "SF" in section 109. 49ers players selected defensive lineman Arik Armstead as this year's Perry/Yonamine Unity Award for his off-field community efforts and work with the Armstead Academic Project. A $10,000 donation will be made to his charity of choice, the Players Philanthropy

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Kyle Shanahan confirms the 49ers are open to trading Dante Pettis, have taken calls

By David Bonilla
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A report by Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated surfaced on Thursday, stating that the San Francisco 49ers had made third-year wide receiver Dante Pettis, a former second-round draft pick, available via trade. Head coach Kyle Shanahan confirmed that on Friday while speaking with reporters. "It's two weeks before the trade deadline," Shanahan explained. "I know (general manager) John (Lynch) has taken a number of calls on it. I know he's made some. That's stuff that we do right now. We'll see if it can help us, and if it does, we won't hesitate to do it." There was some question whether or not Breer's report meant that the 49ers were actively shopping Pettis or were just

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