Week 1 of OTAs was a bust for the 49ers.
Running back Matt Breida partially tore his pectoral muscle lifting weights while competing for a starting job. Free safety Jimmie Ward broke his clavicle diving for a ball without pads while competing for a starting job. And rookie first-round pick Nick Bosa strained his hamstring while competing for a starting job. The 49ers rushed Bosa back onto the field after he missed the past eight months rehabbing a core muscle.
Instead of establishing their depth chart and preparing for the upcoming season, the 49ers mostly set themselves back.
Now, they have a chance to atone for their Week 1 mistakes. Here are five things to watch during Week 2 of OTAs, which started Tuesday. Wednesday’s practice will be open to the media.
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