Armstead and Jordan were teammates on the Ducks during the 2012 season. Armstead, a freshman in 2012, indicated Jordan, a senior, helped him transition to college football. Dion was a guy I looked up to and have for a long time, especially in college, being a freshman and he was a senior, you know, big man on campus,” Armstead told reporters Monday.
Kinlaw complements a fearsome foursome Also on the 49ers’ side: they aren’t needing Kinlaw to fix a flawed position group like other highly drafted rookies often are. Kinlaw is joining a room that’s already a strength of the team — and if San Francisco proved anything last year, it’s that you can never have enough talent along the defensive line. However, a steep transition remains ahead.
VinceFelice1) Media access indeed is coming to the 49ers’ practice field, soon, likely this weekend. Daily access is mandatory the ensuing two weeks through Aug. 28, and we’ll likely be sequestered on the fields’ eastern block. Interviews are restricted to video conferences, so I’ll do my best to maximize my question or two per session (example: I asked Nick Bosa last week about the Super Bowl and, bluntly, if he was held on third-and-15.