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Judging by that photo , I’m not sure who’s the college prospect"ry CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference Calls49ers HistoryJerry Rice takes A.J. Brown to the hillNew,49commentsJudging by that photo, I’m not sure who’s the college prospectPDTShareTweetShareShareJerry Rice takes A.J. Brown to the hillSure, pass rusher is what the San Francisco 49ers are looking at but it’s also pretty clear they are looking for another wide receiver. One that can bring that No. 1 mentality and take Kyle Shanahan’s offense to the next level. A.J. Brown has been mocked in a few 49ers drafts, though it’s lessened as days get closer to the draft and he goes a bit earlier. Still, the 49ers might want to find a way to trade into the first round. For starters, the kid wants to learn. And if you’re going to learn wide receiver, you may as well go no further than with the GOAT: Gee, not sure which one is the guy that’s 56 years old.Now, I believe that is none other than “The Hill.” You know, “The Hill” at The Edgewood Park & Natural Preserve. In an appearance on 95.7 The Game, Rice mentioned he was taking Brown to the hill. Jerry Rice has always offered his training services for whoever would listen. When the 49ers drafted A.J. Jenkins in 2012, Rice offered to take Jenkins under his wing and hit up the hill. Whether Jenkins responded or not is up for debate. Regardless of answer Arik Armstead Jersey , the hill is no joke. Rice has always been open to training, but for some reason it seems like any possible pupils lose his number. So you’re probably wondering what this “Hill” is I’m talking about it. It’s pretty much a 49ers legend that Jerry Rice ran this hill quite often. A hill which is over two miles. It was what helped him stay in tip-top shape. Well, that and him only taking two weeks off in the offseason. While on the 49ers’ Reddit, I found a great piece that explains the history of the hill and just how brutal it could be. Given that Brown is the first wide receiver (by recent memory) that has accepted an invite to train on the hill, that should say something on draft day. MIAMI DOLPHINS (6-10)OPEN CAMP: July 26, Davie, FloridaLAST YEAR: Dolphins regressed in second season under Adam Gase. As rookie coach he led them to 10 wins and playoff berth, but in 2017 Dolphins never recovered from quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s season-ending knee injury in training camp, and deteriorated into wildly inconsistent, undisciplined team. They led to start fourth quarter in only two games and were outscored by 112 points, fourth worst in NFL. Owner Stephen Ross decided to keep organization’s core leadership intact, but Gase and executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum may need turnaround to keep jobs beyond this year.IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: S Minkah Fitzpatrick, G Josh Sitton Frank Gore Color Rush Jersey , DE Robert Quinn, WR Danny Amendola, WR Albert Wilson, C Daniel Kilgore, TE Mike Gesicki, RB Frank Gore, RB Kalen Ballage, QB Brock Osweiler.IMPORTANT LOSSES: DT Ndamukong Suh, WR Jarvis Landry, C Mike Pouncey, G Jermon Bushrod, K Cody Parkey, QB Jay Cutler , QB Matt Moore, TE Julius Thomas, LB Lawrence Timmons.CAMP NEEDS: Dolphins will count on two players with no NFL experience to assume significant roles. Linebacker Raekwon McMillan, their most promising rookie in 2017, is back after knee injury in first exhibition game ended his season. Fitzpatrick is expected to make immediate impact after being taken with 11th overall pick in April. Most of all, Gase needs to keep Tannehill healthy as quarterback comes back from two serious injuries to left knee since December 2016.EXPECTATIONS: Tannehill became starter as rookie in 2012 and has still never taken postseason snap, and there’s plenty of reason to doubt that will change this year. While he returns, Dolphins bid adieu to three players with Pro Bowl resumes in Suh, Landry and Pouncey. There were financial reasons, and Gase also wanted change in culture. He believes addition of such veterans as Gore, Amendola and Quinn represents upgrade, but oddsmakers disagree. They project Dolphins to again be six-win team.—

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