Looney: 'It was amazing to put back on the pads and compete'
Joe Looney joins Chronicle Live to talk about his training camp debut.
Right guard a revolving door right now will be the starter maybe one day it'll be Joseph looney. Fourth round draft pick out of Wake Forest -- sleeper for that spot. And he makes his chronicle live debut presented by Farmers Insurance say Judd Greg Papa in studio and San Francisco not only your chronicle live debut today -- -- field. Debut couldn't pass the physical after breaking your foot. At the Senior Bowl only watched a couple of days of practice but today was the first day you get out there and mixed it up on that field job. Thought it felt great houses it was amazing to put back on the pads you know -- go out there in my teammates. Just compete this to be out there you know here in here in the calls in the whole world. And you know being coached those awesome Souza is a great day. Take it back to the Senior Bowl practices you arrive in mobile all excited about today impressing the NFL hierarchy and and you. Your break your -- the same injury that Darren McFadden it was on the show earlier the Lis franc. Injury. How far did that cost you in the draft there's a lot of people thought you would -- a second day guy may be around two or three and you wound up followed the fourth round. Mean well you know I was and it definitely you know hurt me a lot but you know I don't really think about it that much. Me in my age and you Ross you know we get together and got a great plan you know we get a great doctor. Not to do surgery end zone. You know he'll he told me just to control what I can control and you know -- what I did I hear rehab as hard as I kid. And you know thanks to have the opportunity you know to get drafted and -- here with the 49ers. -- -- now after you pass the physical -- youthful goal or you'll probably you have to take a day off. Here and there. On the you know right now I'm just listen to the trainers and you know whatever they tell me to do -- -- do enough how -- come out every day and try to get better to -- He's known as money. I know while you're watching your teammates because physically could not take part in practice you were watching and getting -- The good mental reps but you are the son of a football coach so I imagine that aspect of the Cubs got it easy for you doesn't it. -- --