San Francisco 49ers: Winners and Losers from Week 2 of Training Camp

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San Francisco 49ers: Winners and Losers from Week 2 of Training Camp
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A collection of 49er roster-hopefuls surround head coach Jim Harbaugh during training camp.

For the San Francisco 49ers, Week 2 of training camp resembled the entirety of their offseason program that came before it.

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick, wide receiver Anquan Boldin and tight end Vernon Davis connected for multiple downfield pass plays in every practice between the team’s first and second preseason games. The top three weapons in the 49ers’ aerial assault have consistently shined over the summer.

But that’s the obvious—we expect those guys to stand out above the rest.

The same goes for defensive leaders Justin Smith, NaVorro Bowman, Aldon Smith and Donte Whitner.

What’s more compelling—and more relevant to the winners and losers discussion—is the collective performance of the rookies, backups and players fighting for a roster spot.

How are these 2013 regular-season hopefuls fairing in camp? Have they made a name for themselves in a positive or negative sense? Do they appear to be legitimate NFL players?

With that in mind, let’s recap eight winners and losers from Week 2 of the 49ers’ 2013 training camp.

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