It’s important not to overreact to things that happen during OTAs and minicamp in May and June. Players aren’t going full speed, they’re not wearing pads, and no 11-on-11 team drills are allowed.
However, there are a handful of things from the 49ers’ OTAs and two-day minicamp that are worth noting for San Francisco. With training camp and the preseason still to come, there are still hurdles for the team to clear with contracts, position battles and roles.
Coming out of minicamp though these are the seven important things that will matter moving forward.