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[*] posted on 5-6-2017 at 07:15
49ers OTA recap: special guest observes practice


49ers OTA recap: special guest observes practice

Mike Shanahan looked natural wearing a 49ers-issued grey sweatshirt and black shorts Wednesday, Kyle, when he showed up to watch practice for the first time since his son, became the 49ers’ coach.

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Mike Shanahan, was the 49ers offensive coordinator on their last Super Bowl-winning team. He looks healthy as ever and in good spirits. Rather than hold court with the media Wednesday, 64, he’s expected to do so later this summer to discuss his son’s first head coaching job.

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” defensive coordinator Robert Saleh said of Robinson. “He’s made of the right stuff. His attitude,Russell Wilson Jersey,— Perhaps the highlight of Wednesday’s practice was cornerback Rashard Robinson’s breakup of a Brian Hoyer pass intended for Pierre Gar?on. “He’s a dog. I like him,Richard Sherman Jersey, his mindset is unique for a corner. He does not want to get beat.”

— Jimmie Ward is “loving” his conversion to free safety, who said of the role: “We call it the ‘eraser’ because when bad things happen, according to defensive backs coach Jeff Hafley, he needs to erase it and make sure it’s not really bad. He has a lot on his shoulders back there but he’s more than capable.”

— Tight end Vance McDonald was not at practice. He is believed to be tending to a personal matter.
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