49ers Notebook: More video from OTAs; Deebo Samuel, other players attend Warriors playoff game

49ers Notebook: More video from OTAs;  Deebo Samuel, other players attend Warriors playoff game

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The San Francisco 49ers started organized team activities (OTAs) this week. Unfortunately, the media has only had access to Tuesday’s session, missing out on Monday and Thursday’s practices. The good news is that the team has been posting videos from this week’s on-field action and did so again on Thursday.

Below are two videos the 49ers posted on Thursday, which should satisfy fans at least a little bit. They feature prominent names like quarterback Trey Lancetight-end George Kittlewide receiver Brandon Ayukand newcomers like wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloudamong several others.

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

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

49ers watching the Warriors

Several 49ers players were on hand for Thursday night’s NBA playoff game at Chase Center between the Dallas Mavericks and Golden State Warriors. Kittle, fullback Kyle Juszczykand linebacker pray burks were among the group.

Deebo Samuel also in attendance

For those wondering about the reports of Deebo Samuel being back in the Bay Area, the wide receiver was also in attendance for the basketball game. He sat courtside with cornerback Jason Verrettand was first spotted by Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group.

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