Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers coaching staff will not participate in the 2022 NFL Combination at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Instead, general manager John Lynch will be joined by the San Francisco personnel department and scouts on the annual trip to Indy. Shanahan and his team will stay in Santa Clara and watch a film of NFL prospects.
The NFL Combine, a six-day event featuring the NFL’s top prospects, is scheduled to begin on Tuesday. Lynch will address the media from the combine at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday.
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The 49ers currently don’t have a first-round pick, as they sent him to the Miami Dolphins to trade and select quarterback Trey Lance in last year’s draft. San Francisco, which has nine picks after the first round, will make its first selection at No. 61 overall, barring any trades.