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SANTA CLARA — There was an indication early Friday the 49ers’ passing game may be getting on track when Trey Lance threw a perfectly-timed laser to Ray-Ray McCloud on a quick crossing route that went for big yardage and had the crowd buzzing in the grandstands along the sideline.

It came against Charvarious Ward, no less, the big-ticket free agent cornerback who has been in lockdown mode since reporting day.

The 49ers went on to have their most efficient day through the air. After having 11 interceptions in the opening days of practice, 49ers quarterbacks Lance, Nate Sudfeld and Brock Purdy weren’t intercepted at all for the third straight day. That’s significant for Lance in particular, considering he threw interceptions in four straight sessions leading up to that point.

Passes were completed at a higher rate. Lance was 8 of 12 overall and one of those was a drop by Malik Turner. If you want to nitpick, there was one overthrow intended for Deebo Samuel, and the two have some work to do in terms of chemistry after Samuel took no reps in the offseason or in the early portion of camp before signing his contract extension.

Lance and Samuel are working on it. Following practice, Lance, whose arm appears to be fine after a pre-camp report of a sore arm, threw deep shots to both Samuel and McCloud for nearly 40 minutes while teammates adjourned to the locker room or signed autographs for fans.

Early indications are McCloud’s contributions could go well beyond being a return specialist and he could fit in nicely with Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk and Jauan Jennings to give the 49ers a stronger receiving corps than they’ve had in years.

Backup Nate Sudfeld completed his first 11 passes and was 12 of 15 overall. Sudfeld did connect with Samuel on a deep throw with Talanoa Hufanga in coverage.

Safety Tarvarious Moore, who has been better than expected coming off an Achilles’ tear that cost him the 2021 season, conceded the offense was beginning to come around.

“The pass game is definitely kicking up,” Moore said. “They’re making it tougher for us, giving us different looks, running routes out of different formations and making us stay real disciplined.”

Tight end Ross Dwelley, in his fifth training camp, thought the slow start offensive had more to do with the normal flow of training camp than it did with Lance taking over at quarterback.

“That’s how it usually is,” Dwelley said. “Defense usually comes in and makes some plays while the offense jells when getting pads on,” Dwelley said. “It’s getting into the rhythm. But as training camp goes in, we start vibing with each other and it usually starts picking up a little bit.”

Lance’s passing inconsistency has been duly noted, but at the same time isn’t cause for serious concern. Every day he’s facing a defense that is one of the best he’ll see, and specific game-planning is not part of the early camp process.

It’s not what Lance is doing it as much as how he’s doing it, and it’s apparent he’s not conducting himself in the manner of someone 22 years old.

“He looks great. The jump from Year 1 to Year 2 is really impressive, just how he handles himself in the huddle,” Dwelley said. “He’s calling plays with confidence.”

From the opposite sideline, Moore sees a more decisive and self-assured player.

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“He’s quick in his progression in finding his hot throws, knowing he’s going to be under duress,” Moore said. “He and B.A. (Aiyuk) are clicking really well. Really different than what I saw last year. He’s reading defenses faster with his checkdowns. The D-line is making him better, and I feel when the preseason and the regular season comes he’s going to be a lot better.”


— Running back Tyrion Davis-Price, taken in the third round out of LSU, got a good amount of work and even got a few reps with the first team. Davis looks the part of a power runner, although it’s difficult to tell how he’ll do until there is tackling to the ground.

One area that Davis will continue to work on is pass blocking. During a drill in which running backs were paired against blitzing safeties and linebackers, Davis had a whiff against Fred Warner and was also beaten by Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles before finally getting a legitimate piece of Oren Burks.








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Minor league pitcher Solomon Bates came out Tuesday as gay in an Instagram post shortly after being released by the Giants.

The former eighth-round pick out of USC who most recently was at Double-A Richmond said in his post that he was “still in shock” about being released from the organization, but that he wouldn’t let it keep him from pressing on toward his MLB dream.

“Being gay in this sport you don’t know what comes at you!” he wrote. “I thank the [G]iants for giving me the opportunity to be myself and go out there and play the game that I love the most.”

Bates was in the midst of his fifth professional season after being drafted by the Giants in 2018. He highlighted his career and season stats in his Instagram post, showing that he was enjoying career-best figures in earned-run average (3.74 vs. 4.30 career) and WHIP (1.131 vs. 1.349) before being released.

Bates has made 23 appearances at Double-A and two at the rookie-ball level this season, almost exclusively as a reliever.

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According to Outsports, a site focused on the intersection between sports and the LGBTQ+ community, Bates is the second active minor league player to come out publicly after former Brewers prospect David Denson said in 2015 that he was gay.

Former Giants minor leaguer Kieran Lovegrove came out as bisexual as he was preparing to retire at the end of last season. No active major leaguer has come out as gay, though ex-A’s outfielder Glenn Burke was outed during his pro career and has said that prejudice drove him out of the game.

Bates vowed in his post to continue striving to reach the majors, advocating for the gay community along the way: “I’m still going to open up doors for gay athletes like me. Still will strive to be one of the greatest to do it. I ended on a high note from getting hurt to going out there and pitching my ass off. Baseball I’m not done with you. I’m leaving on my terms and my terms only.”

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