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49ers links for Monday, August 10, 2015.

Good morning! The San Francisco 49ers made it through their second weekend of training camp. They are banged up at a few positions, but are in decent shape as they prepare for their preseason opener.

Oh, and that's right, today marks the start of a game week! The 49ers will travel down to Houston on Friday to face the Texans on Saturday evening. Preseason game weeks operate a little different compared to regular season game weeks. This week, the team is off on Monday, practices Tuesday through Thursday and then travels on Friday. During the regular season, they will generally practice Wednesday through Friday and then travel Friday afternoon.

We will not get a formal injury report from the team, but we should get the first depth chart of the season. The depth charts come courtesy of the 49ers PR department, so they do have to be taken with a bit of a grain of salt. But they can still potentially provide a bit of insight into the roster. We'll get that posted as soon as it arrives.

Practice recaps

Camp Notebook: Tomsula dials up live period (Biderman)

49ers training camp report: Day 8 (Cohn)

49ers TC8: Practice ends with a bang for Jarryd Hayne (Barrows)

49ers Day 9 Training Camp Report: Reggie Bush Catches Two Touchdowns from Colin Kaepernick (49ers.com)

Practice No. 8 recap: Jarryd Hayne highlights goal-line drill; Reggie Bush catching on; DeAndrew White shines again (Inman)

49ers practice 8: Hayne's pain and gain, etc. (Maiocco)

Jarryd Hayne, Tank Carradine provide highlight at 49ers practice (Gutierrez)

Video highlights

Vance McDonald Makes TD Catch

Tank Carradine Goal-Line Stop

DeAndrew White Catches Deep Ball

Blaine Gabbert TD Pass to Simpson

Jarryd Hayne Touchdown Run

Reggie Bush with Two Touchdowns

Press conferences

Joe Staley

Eric Mangini

Eli Harold

Other

Marcus Martin Becoming Versatile Piece of 49ers Offensive Line (49ers.com)

49ers don’t seem soft in the middle despite Willis, Borland retirements (Barrows)