49ers’ Weston Richburg, Dee Ford return; rookie corner on IR

Aug 26, 2019 at 4:20 PM--


Weston Richburg is off the injury list and back in his familiar spot. The 49ers' starting center was removed from the physically unable to perform list Monday and was working with the first-string offensive line during individual drills in practice.
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