On Monday, Jerry Rice shared some words of wisdom with the 49ers in a team meeting.
He also stuck around and went through warmup drills with 49ers receivers.
49ers cornerback Rashard Robinson engaged in some back-and-forth dialogue with the living legend.
"He was giving me a little bit of trash talk. I was giving it back to him though (laughing)," Robinson explained on KNBR's Murph & Mac Show. "If he wanted to line up with me, I was ready. And I wasn't gonna hold back.
"I kept calling him, I was like, 'I know you don't want to come out here,' But then he finally came over there and he was giving me some trash talk."
It's all but certain that Robinson will start on the outside when the 49ers host the Panthers in Week 1.
He struggled in the exhibition opener against the Chiefs last Friday night.
On the first play of the game, Tyreek Hill ran right past Robinson for a 33-year completion along the sideline.
"I didn't really think they were gonna do a deep ball," Robinson said. "I fell away from my fundamentals. That's one thing I can say ... that just boils back to having short-term memory."
Later in the drive -- on 3rd and 6 from the 49ers' 11-yard line -- he missed a tackle that resulted in a 1st and Goal at the 2-yard line.
The Chiefs scored on the next play.
"Can't really beat yourself up about it ... gotta let it go."