Matt Breida injury update: 49ers running back to miss ‘some time’ with bum shoulder

Aug 10, 2018 at 8:20 AM--


New addition Jerick McKinnon will be the premier back for the 49ers, but Breida, 23, had taken snaps with the first team in camp.
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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel had surgery last week after suffering a Jones fracture in his left foot. While still at the hospital, he said the procedure "went perfect," and provided an update on Wednesday during a lengthy Instagram discussion with @OurSf49ers. Samuel shared that his foot is doing well, and the injury occurred as he ran a route during the player-organized workouts in Tennessee. The update comes courtesy of David Lombardi of The Athletic. On an IG Live with @OurSf49ers, Deebo Samuel says his foot is

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The 2019 season ended just short of the San Francisco 49ers' goal. The loss in Super Bowl LIV left a sour taste in their mouths and motivated the players to seek redemption during the upcoming season. Defensive end Nick Bosa was among several players who spoke during this week's State of the Franchise event. He discussed the mindset after last season and why it could mean bad news for opposing teams in 2020. "Just the run we made, it was unbelievable," Bosa told Keiana Martin and Greg Papa during a group discussion. "Obviously, one team ends the season happy, and we obviously want some redemption, and that's where our focus is going to be this offseason. "I know I've been training, and I know our team has been training really hard. We're itching to

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Colin Kaepernick partners with ESPN, Disney on docuseries; first project to include time with 49ers

By David Bonilla
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Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick hasn't played a snap of football since the 2016 season. He has been busy, though, working to generate more awareness surrounding racism and social injustice. Netflix announced last week that it is working on a six-episode series with Kaepernick called "Colin in Black & White," which focuses on the high school life of the former 49ers quarterback. Now, Kaepernick has another platform with which to work. He has teamed up with ESPN and The Walt Disney Co. to create an exclusive docuseries that will focus on telling scripted and unscripted stories that explore race, social injustice, and the quest for equity,

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