The San Francisco 49ers have changed the mandatory, once-planned three-day camp schedule. The team opted to cancel Thursday’s training, which was supposed to be the third and final of the week.
Tuesday and Wednesday ended up being the only practices of the week.
The 49 players also chose to cancel media availability on Thursday, so it’s unlikely that anything material will be reported from the team’s Santa Clara facility for the rest of the week, other than any existing or contract moves.
Thursday’s rehearsal was tentatively scheduled for 10:50 a.m. Head coach Kyle Shanahan may have decided his players don’t need the extra training. This mini camp show was originally scheduled for next week, and the team decided to raise it.
“I don’t think we’ll need 12 [Phase 3 practices]'” So I thought it would make sense to move the small camp, Shanahan said on Tuesday. We’ll see how this week goes and see what we think we need at the end of the week.”
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