7 Things We Learned from the San Francisco 49ers OTAs

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 7 Things We Learned from the San Francisco 49ers OTAs
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There are preventative measures mandated by the league that limit what organizations can do during OTAs. But a team like the San Francisco 49ers that stays ahead of the curve found ways to still be productive.

The 49ers managed to sign a majority of the rookie class, which included Marcus Lattimore (RB), Tank Carradine (DT), Vance McDonald (TE), Quinton Patton (WR) and, according to Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk, a number of undrafted free agent as well.

The front office was also able to make initial assessments of several position groups, add to their robust coaching staff and progress through evaluations of players returning from injury. In the big picture, it was a productive period that signified the team getting back into the flow of the season. 

However, it was not without its setbacks. 

With that in mind, head through the following slides for the biggest takeaways from San Francisco's 2013 offseason training activities.

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