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San Francisco 49ers general

in Fun & Off-Topic 22.05.2019 08:57
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San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch met with the media on Thursday http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-dwight-clark-jersey , and he offered some stunning and entirely unexpected news about the rehab process for quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and running back Jerick McKinnon. Lynch told the 49ers media at the Senior Bowl that both players are doing “exceptionally well” and are on pace to be on the field when training camp opens later this summer.I’m trying to remember the last time a general manager said a rehabbing player was not on or ahead of pace. I know it has happened when a GM is confirming already reported news, but when there isn’t new information out there, I don’t recall ever hearing a GM offer bad news about the situation.Earlier this week, Lynch mentioned seeing Garoppolo throwing the ball with McKinnon on the practice field in Santa Clara. He talked about that on Thursday, saying it fired him up and that both players are “working incredibly hard” in the rehab process.The 49ers kick off their offseason workout program in mid-April, with OTAs in May and minicamp in June. Lynch said Garoppolo could get some work in OTAs, similar to what Kyle Shanahan said back in October. In the meantime, at least we know things are going “exceptionally well.” It’s not just another game for Richard Sherman and the Seahawks, and Doug Baldwin admitted Sherman isn’t just another cornerback he will face Sunday.Sherman and Baldwin remain close and have talked even more this week than they usually do.Sherman said Thursday he didn’t expect the Seahawks to cut him while he was hurt. Seattle released Sherman, who was rehabbing a torn Achilles Joe Staley Jersey White , in the offseason to save $11 million in salary cap space for 2018.Baldwin was more blunt in his assessment of the situation.“I thought it was really s****y to be honest with you, how it ended,” Baldwin said, via video from Gregg Bell of The News Tribune. “I would really have liked for him to stay here and had an opportunity to finish his career with this organization, but it’s part of the business. It doesn’t work that way.”Sherman, 30, spent the first seven seasons of his career in Seattle. He signed with the 49ers soon after the Seahawks cut him.He has allowed only 16 catches for 266 yards this season, according to Pro Football Focus.Baldwin hopes Sherman receives a warm reception from the fans for “everything he’s done for this organization.”


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