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The San Francisco 49ers returned to the practice field in Santa Clara following joint practices and their preseason opener with the Las Vegas Raiders.
Here is what stood out from the 14th day of training camp.
Kyle Shanahan told the media on Monday that Purdy will no longer be on the two days off, one day on throwing rotation moving forward. While the 49ers starter participated in practice, he still appeared to be on a pitch count. As reported last week, Purdy skipped his rotation during work with the receivers and in between team sessions.
Purdy was efficient today, completing 15 of 19 attempts. However, the interception bug continues to plague the quarterback as he threw one for the third consecutive practice and nearly had another.
On the opening possession of team drills, Purdy found Charlie Woerner in the right flat for a completion. He followed this up with a throwaway on his next attempt when pressure forced him out of the pocket.
Two pass heavy possessions followed. A short throw over the middle to Aiyuk opened the first set of downs followed by a screen to Jauan Jennings. Purdy then found Willie Snead along the right sideline for a nice gain after escaping pressure and moving to his right.
The streak of completions was halted when Purdy’s throw to Troy Fumagalli who was running a short crossing route to his left was off the mark. Talanoa Hufanga was able to deflect the ball away and catch his own tip for a pick six.
Purdy let go of the mistake quickly, finding Christian McCaffrey up the right seam for a big gain to open the next set of downs. A screen to Ty Davis-Price was followed by a fifteen yard connection with Brandon Aiyuk on a deep in to the right side.
Following the special teams break, the focus was on converting third down situations.
Purdy opened with a completion to Brandon Aiyuk on an in route to convert a third and four. Facing third and eight on his next rep, Purdy showed quick hands when fielded a low snap from Jake Brendel and whipped the ball to McCaffrey on a screen to the right side which picked up nine.
Facing third and 12 on his next possession, Purdy nearly threw his second interception of the day. With Deebo Samuel running a short in breaking route to his left, Purdy’s throw was again off the mark. A lucky break saw the ball bounce off Deommodore Lenoir and into Samuel’s hands for a gain of five. Purdy was sacked on the next play to end the possession.
The final third down possession for Purdy began with the quarterback finding Jauan Jennings on a quick out to the left side; however, an illegal formation penalty moved the offense back five. On third and eight Purdy tried to hit McCaffrey on a wheel route up the left side, but he was falling away while throwing and the pass came up short.
Purdy and the first team offense ended their day with a move the ball period.
Facing second and thirteen, Purdy’s screen pass to Deebo Samuel was dropped. Coverage downfield forced Purdy to check the ball down to Charlie Woerner for a gain of just five on third down resulting in a punt.
Restarting the drive from their own 45, Purdy was again faced with second and long. This time he was able to convert. Rolling left after a play fake, Purdy wheeled around and threw a strike to Deebo Samuel to the right side for a gain of 22 yards.
Following a gain of four on the ground and a short completion on a screen to Kyle Juszczyk, the 49ers offense faced third and five. This is where Purdy made his second big throw of the series, connecting with Brandon Aiyuk up the right sideline for a pickup 24 down to the five.
Darnold worked with the second team offense and finished his day 5-6.
The veterans first two possessions resulted in a scramble up the middle to escape pressure, a checkdown to Jordan Mason and a ten-yard completion on an out to Jauan Jennings along the left sideline.
Moving on to third down situations, Darnold’s first throw to Willie Snead was broken up by A.J. Parker. Now looking at fourth and four the quarterback let one fly deep down the right sideline where Danny Gray made a leaping grab over Samuel Womack.
On Darnold’s second turn he completed a screen out to his left to Ty Davis-Price which led to a field goal attempt for Jake Moody.
Darnold opened a move the ball possession for the second team offense. After picking up a first down on a pair of runs, Darnold got away from pressure and threw a strike to Willie Snead along the left sideline for 14 yards. This was his final play of practice.
Lance followed Darnold with the second unit and finished his day 4-6.
As was the case for Darnold, Lance was forced to scramble on his first snap due to pressure on a play action pass.
The opening play of the next series was one of the best from Lance. With pressure coming off both edges, Lance stepped up in to the pocket and hit Cameron Latu on an out to the left side for a gain of 15. This was a nice on rhythm throw from the 49ers quarterback.
Two plays later Lance would have been sacked by JiAyir Brown, however the play continued, and he overshot Jauan Jennings deep down the right side while on the move. Lance wrapped up the series with a completion to Danny Gray on a screen to his left side.
Lance received only one series during the third down session. On third and eight, the 49ers defense sent a blitz and the quarterback’s throw was behind Latu over the middle resulting in an incompletion. Now facing fourth and eight, Lance would have been sacked by Austin Bryant, however the play continued, and he found Ronnie Bell for a nice completion out to the right side.
Lance replaced Darnold following the first three plays of a move the ball possession for the second team defense. On his first play, Lance took the ball around the left side for a gain of nine. Lance then hit Ty Davis-Price on a screen to the right side for a gain of one and a first down. On the final play of the possession Lance rolled out to his right after play action and fired deep down the sideline to Ronnie Bell but the overthrown pass fell incomplete.
The All-Pro safety came away with a pick-six when he intercepted a pass from Brock Purdy to Troy Fumagalli. Hufanga trailed the 49ers receiver across the formation and when Purdy’s throw was off the mark he tipped the ball to himself.
As usual, the All-Pro linebacker was flying around the field. Warner dropped McCaffrey for a loss on the opening play of the day. Then during team drills he sniffed out a screen to Kyle Juszczyk, dropping the fullback after a gain of just one.
The rookie tight end has struggled to catch the ball during training camp but turned things around today. Latu caught every throw during early work with the quarterbacks and followed it up with a 15 yard grab on an out from Trey Lance.
Gray made a leaping grab deep down the right sideline from Sam Darnold. The second-year receiver went up and over Samuel Womack to make the catch.
Moody bounced back from a tough performance against the Raiders. The rookie made several kicks from inside 59 yards before a 61 yard attempt sailed wide left.
The backup defensive tackle recorded a pair of tackles for loss early. The first coming on a stop of Jordan Mason over the right side. He followed that up by getting Jeremy McNichols on a toss out to the left.
Barrett beat right tackle Colton McKivitz with a speed rush around the edge for a sack of Brock Purdy.
The rookie safety got home for a sack of Trey Lance on a blitz.
Beat Aaron Banks to the outside before chasing down Ty Davis-Price to record a tackle for loss on a sweek around the left side.
Bryant beat Leroy Watson with a speed rush around the right side for a sack of Trey Lance.
Womack gave up a long completion to Danny Gray along the right sideline. The second-year cornerback is often in a good position but doesn’t finish the play.