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Golden Nuggets: It’s (not) a Hard Knock Life

A collection of San Francisco 49ers related links for Tuesday, May 14th, 2019

NFL: Denver Broncos at San Francisco 49ers Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

Members of the 49ers were once again found cheering on the San Jose Sharks during Monday’s game, reminding everyone just how entertaining they can be. And while I would love to watch them on “Hard Knocks” and see what kind of shenanigans Joe Staley gets into, I understand why the team would want to avoid such a distraction. Lucky for them, it seems the league isn’t willing to force them to be on it either. My money is on the Oakland Raiders. It’s their last season in Oakland, Jon Gruden loves the cameras, and the drama that could be Antonio Brown.

49ers reportedly won’t be on ‘Hard Knocks,’ leaving only four eligible teams | Jared Dubin, CBS Sports

Before the Sharks game, the 49ers continued their offseason activities, but this time the rookies were finally allowed to join the veterans. Nick Bosa was held out of 11-on-11 drills while they ease him back into things. Bosa and Deebo Samuel had to sign waivers beforehand that guarantee no change to their pay in case of injury while they remain unsigned.

Nick Bosa, 49ers rookies allowed to report for full-team workouts | Matt Maiocco, NBC Sports

Ok, I think I kept it luke warm this time around, but be sure to let me know just how much I offended y’all </sarcasm>. On to the rest of the links...

5 players returning from injury should make major impact for 49ers in 2019 | Kyle Madson, Ninerswire

Cornerback Verrett Could Be a Key to 49ers Defense | Doug Williams, NBC Bay Area

49ers ranked surprisingly high in Peter King’s 2019 NFL power rankings | Jessica Kleinschmidt, NBC Sports

San Francisco 49ers: 3 veterans who could lose starting jobs in 2019 | Peter Panacy, Niner Noise

San Francisco 49ers: 3 candidates for 2019 comeback player of the year | Peter Panacy, Niner Noise

Can the 49ers offense finish drives in 2019? | Al Sacco, KNBR