Monday, March 18, 2013
-- The 49ers have added Elon to their 2014 and ’16 schedules. The 49ers will play at Elon on Sept. 20, 2014, with the Phoenix coming to Charlotte on Oct. 1, 2016.
-- Former Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry, who played for Lambert when he was defensive coordinator for the Deacons, was at Monday’s first day of spring practice and will do some volunteer coaching for the 49ers this spring. Curry played for the Oakland Raiders last season.
-- Freshman H-back Justin Bolus, who missed fall practice after having two stomach surgeries, is back with the team this spring.
-- The 49ers are scheduled to practice again Tuesday and again Friday and Saturday. They will practice four times a week for the next five weeks for a total of 20 sessions. The NCAA limit is 15, but Charlotte can practice more because it’s not considered to officially have a team yet.
-- Due to the damp weather Monday, the 49ers practiced on artificial turf of McColl-Richardson Field in their new stadium. The 49ers will normal practice on their natural-grass practice fields adjacent the stadium when conditions are dry.
Posted by Observer Sports at 7:30 PM