Good morning, everyone. How is everybody doing today? I'm filling in and I've got to be quick about it. Many things to do, places to see....you know the routine. So I'll have to get you links. Apologies if I miss anything and to anyone I hurt in the process. Just assume I didn't see you there.
It appears there were a few players nicked up. NaVorro Bowman and Kyle Williams ended their sessions early and Michael Crabtree was absent again. Justin Smith wasn't fully dressed and participated partially in the drill in what appeared to be a scheduled day of light work for him. The offense worked on the red zone, which as we can all attest, was pretty awful last year. Unfortunately, everyone is reporting that a ton of interceptions were thrown. Without having been there, it appears like yesterday's practice was a bit of a bummer. And this is why they do it....to work out the kinks.
The QBs had a rough day as interceptions were flying around, including one intended to Vernon Davis in the end zone. Michael Crabtree sat out again, and NaVorro Bowman and Kyle Williams both ended practice early due to injuries that don't appear to be too serious. | Practice review, day 6: Interceptions aplenty, injury concerns arise. (Inman)
Camp summary: ragged red zone offense. (Maiocco)
Practice report: interceptions galore. (SF Gate)
Training camp report: August 2. (49ers.com)
Jonathan Goodwin: Guys are working hard. (49ers.com)
Brandon Jacobs offers sizeable option. (49ers.com)
49ers ramp up red zone work. (49ers.com)
Justin Smith, Michael Crabtree sit out. (Maiocco)
Nathan Palmer impressing coaches. (CBS Sports)
VIDEO: Press Pass: Brandon Jacobs. (49ers.com)
VIDEO: Press Pass: Jonathan Goodwin. (49ers.com)
VIDEO: Press Pass: Greg Roman. (49ers.com)
VIDEO: Time on task in the red zone. (49ers.com)
Sorry for the brevity. Hope you understand.
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