After rehabbing for a year and a half, San Francisco 49ers linebacker NaVorro Bowman is ready to test his surgically repaired knee on the field.
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was already in midseason form in one aspect on the first day of camp.
Alex Boone is moving to left guard after being a mainstay at right guard the past three seasons, but he can fill in at tackle as well.
Vernon Davis said he let go of a financial advisor who recommended he sit out last summer in hopes of getting a new contract.
Hyde could have good fantasy value
Carlos Hyde ran the ball well while backing up Frank Gore last season. Look for Hyde to have a bigger role in the 49ers' offense, while splitting carries with Reggie Bush. Fantasy X factors
Lynch showed promise as a rookie
He's not the Niners' most decorated rusher (that would be Aldon Smith), but Aaron Lynch has produced on tape and on the stat sheet. His destruction of Eli Manning in 2014 was very impressive. Grantland: Sleeper pass-rushers
An early projection of the 49ers 53-man roster as the start of training camp approaches.
The 49ers removed second-year outside linebacker Aaron Lynch and rookie right tackle Trent Brown from the active/non-football injury list on Friday.
Will Hyde break out for 49ers?
With Frank Gore gone, will Carlos Hyde break out as the feature back in San Francisco? The additions of Reggie Bush and Mike Davis make selecting Hyde earlier than the fourth round a risky proposition. Running back tiers (Insider)
ESPN has released the broadcasting team for the Niners' Monday Night Football opener.
With the San Francisco 49ers veterans reporting to their Santa Clara facility Friday and their first training camp practice Saturday night at Levi’s Stadium, let’s use #ThrowbackThursday to look back almost a quarter-of-a-century.
The 49ers offense struggled to make big plays on offense in 2014; will the additions of Reggie Bush and Torrey Smith turn things around?
49ers put Carlos Hyde on active roster
A day after he was put on the Active/Non-Football Injury List with an undisclosed injury, the 2nd-year RB was moved to the active roster. San Francisco opens training camp Saturday.
The San Francisco 49ers announced Wednesday that they have removed second-year running back Carlos Hyde from the active/non-football injury list and placed him on the active roster.
NFL Nation Buzz: San Francisco 49ers
Paul Gutierrez reports on the 49ers' lack of depth as they enter training camp.
No team has become less recognizable over the last year than the 49ers. How will the changes bear out on the field?
Six biggest NFL training camp questions
Who will play quarterback for the Bills? How many 49ers starters will you be able to name this season? Big questions loom as the 2015 NFL season nears. Answers
Three 49ers cracked Grantland's list of the top 100 NFL players.
Carlos Hyde, expected to become the 49ers' lead running back in the wake of franchise back Frank Gore's free-agent departure, will begin training camp on the active/non-football injury list.
Hyde on non-football injury list
The 49ers put Carlos Hyde, expected to become the lead RB for San Francisco after Frank Gore left, will start training camp on the Active/Non-Football Injury List. Coach Jim Tomsula said Hyde's absence is "nothing serious" now, though it was believed to be a calf issue.
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A look at some of the more notable dates from the 49ers' training camp schedule.
Colin Kaepernick has made some adjustments to his mechanics, but the biggest area he must improve is his late-game production.
49ers will play host next season to a pair of Hall of Fame-bound quarterbacks (so long as they are still around) Tom Brady and Drew Brees.
|4(27)||Mike Davis||RB||South Carolina|
|4(33)||DeAndre Smelter||WR||Georgia Tech|
|6(14)||Ian Silberman||OG||Boston College|
|7(37)||Rory Anderson||TE||South Carolina|
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