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49ers release 2016 training camp schedule

Jul 28, 2016 at 4:09 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers kick off training camp this weekend with players reporting on Saturday and the team's first practice taking place on Sunday. On Thursday, the 49ers released their schedule for training camp up until the team's first exhibition game against the Houston Texans on Sunday, August 14.

On Wednesday, August 10, the 49ers will hold a training camp practice at Kezar Stadium. The practice will be open to nearly 9,000 fans and is part of the team's 70th anniversary season celebration.

Saturday, July 30: Players report for training camp

Sunday, July 31: First practice of training camp (10:25 a.m.)

Monday, Aug. 1: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Tuesday, Aug. 2: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Wednesday, Aug. 3: Players' day off (no practice)

Thursday, Aug. 4: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Friday, Aug. 5: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Saturday, Aug. 6: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Sunday, Aug. 7: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Monday, Aug. 8: Players' day off (no practice)

Tuesday, Aug. 9: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Wednesday, Aug. 10: Practice @ Kezar Stadium (10:25 a.m.)

Thursday, Aug. 11: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Friday, Aug. 12: Joint practice with the Houston Texans (10:25 a.m.)

Saturday, Aug. 13: Practice (10:25 a.m.)

Sunday, Aug. 14: Preseason Game 1, Texans @ 49ers, Levi's Stadium (4:00 p.m.)

The 49ers will also take part in two joint practices with the Denver Broncos prior to the two teams' exhibition matchup on August 20. Those two practices will be on Wednesday, August 17 and Thursday, August 18.



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