The San Francisco 49ers began apparating training camp on Monday, marking their fifth practice of the month, and they’ve received good news that is widely receptive. Deebo Samuel was at the training session after signing a three-year extension on Sunday.
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The start of the 49ers attack is still the same as yesterday, with Jake Brendel start to be more central Daniel Brunskilland the two inside offensive linemen seem to split the reps with the first team offensive on Monday.
Trey Lance completed 5/11 of his passes on Monday, with two touchdown passes, one interception pass and one hasty touchdown pass.
Lance used his feet more than he had during the first week of training camp, as he seemed more relaxed, making decisions based on instinct, rather than forcing himself to stay in. bag to try to make a certain number of throws.
Out of Lance’s six misses, he has a missed pass, a pressure throw-in and a play where the attack doesn’t move after the center cut the ball, allowing all four of the money. The defensive guard approached Lance, forcing him to throw one. 50-50 move in Malik Turner that became an incompleteness.
Nate Sudfeld one more day of ups and downs, completing 4/8 turns. All of Sudfeld’s finishes, except for a beautiful 21-yard long-range shot to the left for Deebo Samuel, were under 10 yards.
Sudfeld continued to struggle with his deep accuracy, toppling receiver Malik Turner on a 20-yard pass, as well as a tight finish Ross Dwelley in the end region.
Purdy ended the day with 5/7 passes with a touchdown against Malik Turner in the final game of the day, as the receiver had a nice catch with Qwuantrezz Knight in coverage.
Purdy, like Sudfeld, completed passes just under 10 yards in the air, but once again demonstrated good pocketing ability, avoiding some pressure on several turns.
Sermon is the clear RB2 on Monday, while Tyrion Davis-Price and Jordan Mason accounted for the majority of other rerun snaps.
The 49ers excelled while trying to run outside the zone on Monday, but struggled to get inside, as the inside offensive line failed to create holes for the rear runs.
An interesting development on Monday: Jeff Wilson Jr didn’t practice due to an undisclosed injury, paving the way for Mason to expand his rep, and an inexperienced rookie showed up, catching three passes, while having a strong run outside the area. strong, physical to gain a 6-yard advantage. He’s a sleepy contender for fourth rerun on the 53-man list.
Trey Lance and Brandon Aiyuk continued to build their bond as the duo connected for a touchdown pass, as well as a 40-yard tackle past Emmanuel Moseley.
Aiyuk has been looking great the past two days, showing confidence in his abilities and the rookie midfielder is really showing that confidence in his receiver, throwing him 50-50. ball and allow the production of the State of Arizona to do so.
Malik Turner went on to see some runs with the first and second team defenses, and made a nice touch to end his throw-in practice. Brock Purdy.
Spacious receiver Jordan Matthews, who was the second-tightest finisher in training camp, appears to have injured himself after a clumsy landing, as he limped and flexed his left knee/ankle. His diagnosis is currently unknown.
No other tight finish really got as much action on Monday, and the battle for places behind Kittle continued as the pads showed up.
The offensive line had an up and down performance on Monday, like the ball Trent Williams and solve it properly Mike McGlinchey both are great on Sundays, with the former allowing no pressure, while the latter allowing only one Nick Bosawhile locking him up with other quick pass agents.
However, two phases of the ball were restricted, forcing Jaylon Moore and Justin Skule to see long game time with the first team, and the constantly shifting centers between Jake Brendel and Daniel Brunskill, means there’s a lot of movement along the line for the 49ers.
The inside offensive line struggled to run the block on Monday, although the game outside the area looked improved, as Aaron Banks, Spencer Burfordand whoever is at the center never seems to really get together in the zone containment scheme.
However, with Williams and McGlinchey leading the way, there were some nice runs out of the area, including a six-yard Trey Sermon win.
The backup offensive line-up continued to struggle as unremarkable rookie Sam Schlueter seemed to be the only one active in blocking from second- or third-team units.
Hopefully Williams and McGlinchey continue to ramp up their training to provide more opportunities to see the first team’s offensive line together.
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