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49ers will use practice fields again today

Aug 4, 2015 at 8:19 AM--


According to San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Tomsula, the team will once again practice on the team's practice fields located behind their headquarters in Santa Clara.

The field at Levi's Stadium has once again come under scrutiny with the sod coming loose during practices that took place on Saturday and Sunday. Yesterday, the team moved their practice to the practice fields, which are located across the street from the stadium.

Last year, Levi's Stadium had the same issue during training camp and preseason. Levi's Stadium houses numerous events outside of 49ers practices and games. Numerous concerts and other sporting events take place on the field. The 49ers plan to re-sod the field following Taylor Swift concerts that take place in mid-August.






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