The good and not so good from Day 1 of 49ers minicamp

Jun 7, 2016 at 2:45 PM--


SANTA CLARA – Here's what stood out to me during Day 1 of the 49ers' minicamp. THE GOOD 1. QB Blaine Gabbert. Drew three encroachment penalties with his hard count, went through his reads and frequently completed passes to the second or third receiver in the progression and released the ball quickly and decisively. Attempted [...]
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