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Jun 13, 2006 at 7:34 AM--


Jennings expected back Tuesday

SF49ers.com reports San Francisco 49ers OT Jonas Jennings is expected to return to practice Tuesday, June 13. He missed the last two days of practice, including Monday, June 12, due to an illness in his family.

Dilfer sees more action Monday

SF49ers.com reports San Francisco 49ers QB Trent Dilfer (knee) saw more work at practice Monday, June 12. He has been recovering from surgery on his knee.

Gore sees more action Monday; he will miss remainder of the week

SF49ers.com reports San Francisco 49ers RB Frank Gore (shoulders) saw more work at practice Monday, June 12. He has been recovering from surgery on both shoulders. Gore will miss the rest of the week so he can return to Florida due to an illness in the family.

M. Adams back at practice

SF49ers.com reports San Francisco 49ers S Mike Adams (neck) was back at practice Monday, June 12, after missing practice Friday, June 9. He is expected to be the team's starting free safety.





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