49ers training camp report dates for 2023 announced

The 49ers veterans get to wait a little while longer to show up for training camp this year.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance (5)
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance (5) / David Berding/GettyImages

The 49ers are going to have their rookies appear for training camp a week before the veterans report.

The San Francisco 49ers are currently on a holiday, but that will all change in less than a month's time when head coach Kyle Shanahan's squad will begin training camp, the arduous final phase of offseason workouts prior to the preseason and then the regular season.

Shanahan already mentioned that he doesn't put a ton of stock in organized team activities and mandatory minicamp, although the conditioning aspects of both workouts are important.

Instead, Shanahan looks at training camp as the beginning of the "real" competition, although it's always fun to have some overreactions and overhyped takeaways from OTAs and minicamp.

Now, we know exactly when San Francisco's training camp will begin ahead of the upoming 2023 season.

49ers training camp begins on July 18 with rookies reporting

On Wednesday, the NFL announced the start dates for all 32 teams' training camps, as well as the locations.

Teams can have their rookies start at different times (typically earlier) than veterans, or they can both start training camp at the same time. In previous years, Shanahan has had his players begin camp on the same day, but that won't be the case this summer.

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Rookies are reporting on July 18 to the SAP Performance Facility outside Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, while veterans must report on July 25.

The actual schedule of training camp practices hasn't been released yet, and the days that are open to the public aren't announced yet either.

Soon, though.

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