Report: More than 80 49ers players attend start of Phase Two workouts

May 17, 2021 at 2:40 PM--


49ers players joined many of their peers around the league in issuing a statement regarding their plans for the in-person portion of the offseason program. Their statement said that "many in our locker room have chosen not to attend some or all phases of the voluntary in-person workouts." The start of Phase Two on Monday suggests [more]
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