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Golden Nuggets: Lance sticks around for extra work

Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Monday, June 13th, 2022

Source: Lance staying in Bay for extra week of 49ers practice

“Team sources told NBC Sports Bay Area on Sunday that the sophomore quarterback is expected to remain in Santa Clara for an additional week of work on a voluntary basis.”

Adam Rank makes 49ers record prediction for 2022

“Here’s the best-case scenario: Trey Lance is this year’s Joe Burrow, the 49ers head back to the Super Bowl,” Rank said. “That could happen. The worst-case is Lance isn’t even Jimmy Garoppolo, and it all just comes crashing around them, and it doesn’t work out for anybody.

“But as you see right here, nine wins for the San Francisco 49ers. I know you like it better when I picked you guys to win three games because that’s when you go to the Super Bowl, but I’ve got to keep it real. You’re going to win nine games and make the playoffs.”

2022 a big year for 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan

“This is the first time Shanahan will go into a year with a quarterback he hand-picked with a top pick in the NFL draft. Trey Lance is inexperienced, but he brings a skill set to the table that none of Shanahan’s past signal callers have. There’s a chance the 2022 season is Year 1 of a long, successful QB-coach marriage.”

49ers minicamp recap: Young mentoring Lance, Omenihu’s stock rising, more

“With all our guys, whether they’re ends or tackles, all those guys will move around as much as possible. So [moving Omenihu inside is] nothing that’s kind of set in stone right now. We’re just working on technique, fundamentals right now and just putting guys in as many different positions as possible to see what they can do. Charles has done a good job, I think OTAs has been very beneficial for him. He came in mid-season, so for him to get all the groundwork, day-one fundamentals of how we play D-Line, this has been huge for him. I’m happy that he’s able to get these OTAs under his belt. He’s going to be much better for us just because he has a really base level of how we do things now.” [DeMeco Ryans]

49ers LB Fred Warner drives pace car ahead of NASCAR event at Sonoma Raceway

“I can’t wait to do this,” Warner said in anticipation of the opportunity, per a statement issued by the Sonoma Raceway. “I’ve always enjoyed NASCAR, and to get the opportunity to lead the field around an awesome raceway like Sonoma is going to be one of the highlights of my life.”