Video: Reggie Bush, 49ers running backs run cone drills at OTAs

May 30, 2015 at 9:04 PM--


Cam Inman of the Mercury News posted the following video of Reggie Bush and other San Francisco 49ers running backs going through cone drills at OTAs this past week.






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By Marc Adams
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How well do the 2021 49ers stack up to the 2019 team? Lately I have listened to some podcasts and read some tweets comparing the current San Francisco 49ers team (2021) to the 2019 team that fell just short of winning the Super Bowl. I find the comparison interesting. And since many people quickly assume the 2021 49ers are not as good as the 2019 team, I wanted to take a look for myself. So as we prepare for the team to report on Tuesday, let's compare the two teams, position by position. For the purpose of this very scientific experiment, we will assume everyone is healthy (even though that never happens). Let's start on offense. The defensive comparison is coming soon. Offense Quarterback:



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