49ers Notebook: More Videos From OTAs; Deebo Samuel and other players attend the Warriors playoff game


 49ers Notebook: More Videos From OTAs;  Deebo Samuel and other players attend the Warriors playoff game

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The San Francisco 49ers began organized team activities (OTAs) this week. Unfortunately, the media only had access to Tuesday’s session and missed Monday’s and Thursday’s drills. The good news is that the team posted videos of this week’s on-pitch action and did so again on Thursday.

Here are two videos that the 49ers posted on Thursday that should at least give fans some satisfaction. Among them are prominent names such as quarterback Trey Lance, tight end George Kittle, wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk and newcomers such as wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud.

The 49ers also released several photos from this week’s practice sessions.

Players will return to the practice field on Tuesday, May 31st.

49ers are watching the Warriors

Several 49ers players were present for Thursday night’s NBA playoff game at the Chase Center between the Dallas Mavericks and the Golden State Warriors. Kittle, fullback Kyle Juszczyk and linebacker Oren Burks were among the group.

Deebo Samuel is also present

For those wondering about the reports that Deebo Samuel is back in the Bay Area, the wide receiver was also present at the basketball game. Sitting courtside with cornerback Jason Verrett, he was first spotted by Bay Area News Group’s Cam Inman.

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