Johnson in fine form; Baas working primarily at center

Jun 19, 2006 at 1:23 AM--


Johnson in fine form

Chrissy Mauck, of 49ers.com, reports San Francisco 49ers TE Eric Johnson has looked very good during offseason workouts and appears every bit the player he was in 2004. Johnson has often lined up along side TE Vernon Davis in two-tight end sets.

Baas working primarily at center

Chrissy Mauck, of 49ers.com, reports San Francisco 49ers OG David Baas has worked primarily at center during offseason workouts, but moved over to guard during the final week of OTA's.

Information from KFFL.com





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