Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Saturday, June 25th, 2022
“Last month, Kittle said the 49ers’ Trey Lance was also planning to be in attendance, but a reported scheduling conflict kept the second-year QB away.
Kittle was back and active on the field for the first time this offseason and was moving well. Kittle had attended the 49ers’ recent OTA practices and veteran minicamp sessions but didn’t participate as he allowed a lower-body injury to fully heal after a strenuous season.”
“Redshirt year is over, bro, OK? The redshirt year is over. Now, you got to go and play.”
“Patra looked at each team’s biggest weakness and ranked it against other teams’ biggest weaknesses. The San Francisco 49ers came in at No. 2, with the center position being identified as the Bay Area team’s biggest weakness.”
“We’ll begin with the deepest position on the roster—the defensive line. The 49ers currently have 16 defensive linemen on their 90-man roster. The battle on edge will be one to watch for sure.”
“Jennings was never a speed threat in college, but he did make himself known for his physicality, both in terms of breaking tackles and not being afraid to take on blocks.
His blocking prowess stood out last year, too, as he earned a whopping 84.5 run-blocking grade from Pro Football Focus. That’s elite-level right there.”