49ers players react to newly released schedule

Apr 21, 2015 at 7:38 PM--


Earlier today, the full 2015 NFL regular season schedule was released and San Francisco 49ers fans got their first glimpse at the team's week-by-week match-ups.

49ers players also found out who and when they would be playing this season. Below are the Twitter reactions by some of those players.

Chris Cook


Darnell Dockett


Nick Moody


Torrey Smith


Brandon Thomas


Shareece Wright


Eric Reid


Chris Cook had the following to add in reaction to some of his followers.



You can view all of the 49ers' player tweets from our Niner Tweets page.





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