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San Francisco 49ers links for Monday, May 9, 2016.

Good morning, 49ers fans. I hope everybody had a good Mother's Day, and a good weekend all around. I saw that Key and Peele movie Keanu. It was cheesy but a lot of fun. People are saying go see the Captain America movie, go see this, go see that. Keanu is a good movie if you just want to go to the movies, relax, and have fun.

The 49ers wrapped up their rookie minicamp this past weekend, and return to the rest of the offseason workout program. The 49ers are still in phase 2 of the program. They will advance to phase 3 next week, which is when OTAs start. They will host OTAs May 17-19, May 24-26, May 31, and June 1-2. The offseason workout program will conclude with a mandatory minicamp June 7-9.

I believe the 49ers will actually have this week off from their offseason workout program. The program allows for two weeks in phase one. The 49ers had that the weeks of April 4 and 11. The second phase is three weeks long. The 49ers had that the weeks of April 18, April 25, and May 2. The third phase is four weeks long, and I believe will run the weeks of May 16, 23, and 30, and then the week of June 6. The 49ers got to start two weeks early, but the only addition is that they got a voluntary minicamp in late April.

That means things will be rather quiet for the coming week. There will be no media availability, and no practice videos. Ideally nobody does anything stupid to create news. We'll still have plenty of content this week, but I'm open to ideas for new features and articles series as we approach the dog days of summer following the offseason workout program.

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