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San Francisco’s equipment staff secured the ball for Anderson to make sure it got back to the Bay Area safely. Anderson added that his phone was blowing up with congratulatory texts. The second-year pass-catcher hopes his touchdown in San Francisco’s 31-24 preseason victory is the first of many to come in 2016.
“I’m just trying to do my best to help this team in any way: special teams or offense,” Anderson said. “I (want to) stay healthy and make plays every time I’m on the field.”
“It’s fun because you can really work your stuff against a new team,” Blair said. “Guys here know what your lead move is and what your counter move is, so they kind of know what’s coming when you come out of your stance.”
The 49ers faced the Broncos for a pair of joint practices in 2015. One of the biggest takeaways for Bruce Miller was the elevation change.
Originally the 12th overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings, Ponder (6-2, 230) has appeared in 38 games (36 starts), completing 632 passes for 6,658 yards and 38 touchdowns, and 26 rushes for 639 yards and seven touchdowns, during his time in Minnesota (2011-14). Ponder signed with the Oakland Raiders on March 13, 2015, and spent training camp with the team before being released on September 5, 2015. He later signed with the Denver Broncos on November 25, 2015, where he was inactive for two games for Denver and cheap jerseys and later released on December 8, 2015.
A native of Dallas, TX, Ponder attended Florida State University, where he appeared in 35 games (2007-10) and threw for 6,872 yards and 49 touchdowns. He also registered 296 rushing attempts for 833 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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“I’m just really disappointed for him because I thought he played really well yesterday,” Kelly told reporters on Monday. “(He) was really starting to come on.”
Lewis, 28, finished the Week 1 preseason loss 12-of-21 passing for 97 yards and a quarterback rating of 68.9. Lewis’ third-quarter injury was the only major setback for the 49ers in a 24-13 defeat to the Houston Texans.
Like so many players on San Francisco’s roster, Blair is being cross-trained all over the defensive front. The fifth-round pick out of Appalachian State always finds a way into the backfield regardless of where he lines up.
“We’re playing him everywhere right now,” O’Neil explained. “We’re trying to find that out. He’s playing some on the edge. He’s playing some inside. He took a couple snaps yesterday at nose. But, he can be a problem athletically for guards and centers, just with his skill set. So, that’s something we’re going to work through in the preseason and try to find out where he can best help us along the front.”
Kenny Chesney’s tour hits Levi’s® Stadium on Saturday night. So it made a lot of sense why the multi-platinum country recording artist was chatting with Chip Kelly at Day 6 of San Francisco 49ers training camp presented by SAP.
For more on the celebrity appearance and other practice takeaways, we offer our top observations from the Saturday session.