When 49ers wide receiver Dante Pettis is mic'd up, he takes advantage of the opportunity.
During a recent practice, Pettis asked his fellow teammates an important "would you rather" inquiry that actually makes you think: For the rest of your life if you had to eat with just one utensil, would you choose a fork or a spoon?
Fellow wide receivers Jordan Matthews and Marquise Goodwin wouldn't be able to eat cereal without a spoon, so that's what they chose.
But Pettis made a good point that "you can't eat pasta with a spoon," and eating a steak would be near impossible. And forget about chicken. He was gearing toward a fork as his decision.
He was also exchanging a few words with newly hired wide receivers coach Wes Welker, who knows a thing or two how to play the position.
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Throw in a few singing lyrics to "Third Eye Blind," and you have yourself a successful day at camp.
You can watch part of the latest installment of "Mic'd Up," in the tweet above.
SANTA CLARA – Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders envisioned having a big game on Monday night before leaving the game after just 24 snaps due to a rib injury.
“It sucked,” Sanders said on Wednesday. “I wanted to be out there with the guys, especially because I felt like I was going to have a good game. Then, when I got hurt, it sucked.”
Sanders appeared to sustain the injury in the first quarter while making a 12-yard reception. He bent awkwardly and his helmet came off when he was hit by Seahawks safety Bradley McDougald at the end of the play.
The next time Jimmy Garoppolo a pass Sanders’ way, it was low and Sanders immediately grabbed the right side of his chest and ran off the field. He did not come back into the game. Sanders had two catches for 24 yards in his limited action.
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Sanders declined to reveal the specifics of his injury, but coach Kyle Shanahan said the injury is to Sanders’ rib cartilage. Sanders said he is still sore and described himself as “day to day.”
Sanders was one of several 49ers who were not on the field at the start of Wednesday’s practice and may not be available for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals at Levi's Stadium. The list also includes:
TE George Kittle (knee/ankle)
LT Joe Staley (finger dislocation/fracture)
RB Matt Breida (ankle)
K Robbie Gould (quadriceps)
NT D.J. Jones (groin)
LB Azeez Al-Shaair (concussion)
SANTA CLARA -- Defensive end Damontre Moore made a strong bid for a roster spot with the 49ers with an impressive training camp and exhibition season.
Moore finally made it to the team’s 53-man roster on Wednesday, filling the roster spot that was vacated when the 49ers placed defensive end Ronald Blair on injured reserve. Blair is scheduled for season-ending surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee.
Moore, 27, has appeared in 54 games over the past seven seasons with the New York Giants, Miami, Seattle, Dallas and the Raiders. He has 10 sacks in his NFL career.
Moore signed a one-year contract with the 49ers on Wednesday after originally coming to the organization in the spring.
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He played with the San Diego Fleet of the Alliance of American Football in the spring, and signed with the 49ers. He registered two sacks during the preseason but was among the team’s final cuts when the 49ers were required to trim their roster from 90 players to the regular-season limit of 53.
Blair served as the 49ers’ No. 3 edge rusher behind Nick Bosa and Dee Ford. Moore is likely to see action in a backup role, beginning Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals at Levi’s Stadium.