The good and the bad of day 4 of training camp: Bounce Bay Day for Trey Lance

SANTA CLARA — Here’s who stood out on day four of the 49ers’ training camp. Keep in mind that the 49ers will have the day off tomorrow, then their first padded practice on Monday, and that’s when the competition will be at its best. When players are not wearing pads, the defense always has the advantage, as the offense cannot maintain their blocks or be physical in pass protection.


1. Quarterback Trey Lance.

Completed 8 of 15 pass attempts with two falls and an interception that went straight to Fred Warner – you would have thought Jimmy Garoppolo was playing quarterback on this play. Lance has now thrown an interception in three consecutive drives, which is not good. Today he had Ray-Ray McCloud running wide open on a 15-yard route down and just needed to throw the pass over Warner’s head. Instead, Lance threw the ball down a low line directly at linebacker. It was Lance’s worst throw by far. The rest of his practice was excellent. He completed three perfect long passes to Brandon Aiyuk and one to George Kittle (more on that below). Lance also made good decisions, especially when he pulled the ball down and rushed instead of forcing a through pass to a double-covered Aiyuk. So despite the interception, it was Lance’s best camp practice so far, and he still couldn’t play with Deebo Samuel. That should change when the 49ers return to camp on Monday, assuming the 49ers extend Samuel’s contract by then.

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