Thursday marks the first day of the new school year for 49ers veterans as the team will come together a day before practices start Friday.More: Moss arrives early Pre-camp excitement 49ers video
You can't fault Randy Moss' work ethic. The veteran receiver showed up at 49ers headquarters in Santa Clara a day early, carrying his personal workout equipment.
Both Kendall Hunter and LaMichael James will win roster spots, but the battle for playing time is the bigger issue.More:
Who will lead the 49ers in receiving next season? Which veterans could find themselves out of a job? Matt Maiocco blazes through your tweets.
The 49ers must trim their roster by 37 players for the season. Enamored by their young talent, the team has some tough decisions ahead.
If Alex Boone -- who is still learning the technique of the guard position -- falters, Daniel Kilgore could get a long look at right guard.More: Boone stats Kilgore stats
It's not often a first-round pick shows up to training camp with three players clearly ahead of him on the depth chart. But that is A.J. Jenkins' situation.
LaMichael James needs to learn quickly about the speed of the NFL. "When a player doesn't know what he's doing, he tends to play slow. When you're in the NFL, everybody's fast."
A noticeably bigger Ted Ginn reported to 49ers camp on Monday, and said he spent much of the offseason in the weight room.
Darcel McBath was a second-round pick of the Denver Broncos in 2009 out of Texas Tech. He was cut by the Jaguars in July.
Rookies and selected veterans reported Saturday for the opening of 49ers training camp in Santa Clara. Several players took to social media soon after seeing their jerseys hanging in their respective lockers.
Punter Andy Lee signed a six-year extension in May. But the 49ers have a host of talent they'd also like to keep around. Insider Matt Maiocco details the status of the 49ers' impending free agents.
When franchise tagged Aubrayo Franklin held out until two weeks before the 2010 season and failed to secure a long-term deal with the 49ers, his career suffered. Dashon Goldson has a decision to make.
Cleveland Elam, a member of the 49ers' "Gold Rush" front-four of the 1970s, passed away last week, the organization announced Tuesday.