The San Francisco 49ers spent day two of their training camp in shorts and t-shirts and as Elvis Dumervil stated after practice, tomorrow’s practice with pads will “separate the men from the t-shirt guys.” After the team did their usual calisthenics, they moved onto positions drills before 11-on-11s and 7-on-7s. There were a few plays worth noting, or your top plays off the day.
C.J. Beathard to Victor Bolden
Beathard rolled out of the pocket and threw 20 yards straight down the center of the field to Bolden who had broken free of defenders. No yards after catch though.
Will Redmond breaks up a C.J. Beathard pass
The play after Redmond nearly grabbed a pass that Trent Taylor dropped, he redeemed himself by breaking up a Beathard pass intended for Bruce Ellington.
Solomon Thomas breaks up a Matt Barkley pass
The first round draft pick quickly got involved with the defense working in with the 2s and made himself known by tipping a pass from Barkley near the line of scrimmage.
Brian Hoyer to Marquise Goodwin for a touchdown
It was part blown coverage and part Goodwin’s speed that allowed him to get wide open for a deep ball from Hoyer. Goodwin stayed on his feet as defenders tried to prevent him from getting into the end zone but he did make it in. It’s possible Rashard Robinson missed an assignment as he looked disappointed as he came off the field.
Goodwin to the house!— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) July 30, 2017
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Rashard Robinson breaks up a Hoyer pass
It wasn’t right after the previous play but Robinson eventually redeemed himself and broke up a Hoyer pass that was intended for Goodwin. Jaquiski Tartt made a play for the ball but was unable to hold on to it.
C.J. Beathard to Aaron Burbridge
Beathard threw deep to the left side to Burbridge who was being covered by Ahkello Witherspoon.
Lorenzo Jerome picks off Matt Barkley
The rookie who is known for interceptions, recorded one today on a Barkley pass that was headed for the sidelines directly in front of the entire media group. There was debate as to whether he got both feet in or not, but regardless, there is reason to be excited about this young defensive back.
Matt Barkley to Kendrick Bourne
The next play after Barkley’s pick was a great completion to Bourne who was being covered by Witherspoon. The pass went to the left side and was ultimately a jump ball that Bourne was able to keep away from Witherspoon for a reception.