After joint practice Thursday with the Minnesota Vikings, the San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Ayuk I climbed to the podium. It was the second consecutive day of co-op practice before the two teams met on Saturday for pre-season competition at US Bank Stadium.

A reporter asked what Ayuk took away from the two operations, and the wide receiver hesitated before answering, gathering his thoughts before responding. It doesn’t seem like he really wants to.

Ayuk admitted, “It was a good job against a different person, a different environment. But I? I felt like, eh. I didn’t like it.” “I feel like it was a waste of time, personally… It was definitely boring.”

The 49ers didn’t really want to reveal much, nor did they prepare for joint practices. Instead, everything was reportedly simple, which explains the hit and miss performance through offense this week.

Ayuk probably felt his momentum hit speed bumps. The wide receiver was practicing great safety practices Jimmy Ward He recently described him as one of the best players in training camp.

“I think it was boring because it was such a small part of the first day,” Ayuk said. “Basic stuff. Just, I was a little irritated, having only touched the ball like three times in the past two days, but that’s beside the point. Kyle [and the coaches] They always have their own agenda on what they are trying to accomplish and get it done here. So you just take it as an improvement for each rep and then find out later.”

Aiyuk has enjoyed getting some action against Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson.

“When you go up against men like [Peterson], they are always in the right place, “Share ayuk”. They kind of get an indication of what the path will be like based on the alignment, the stem of the path, and where you line up, so bring your A. You should switch things up with him. But confronting him was a great deed.”

While the practices were uninteresting for the third year at large, Aiyuk doesn’t wait for actual game planning to begin. He knows this is soon, with the first week fast approaching.

“I can’t wait to start planning the game and just work on what you’re going to be working on for the whole week, and then carry on on Sunday,” Ayuk said. “So I’m excited about the game plan. Obviously we’re not doing that right now. We’re still putting things in place and working and improving, communicating, and being on the same page with the midfielder. So we’re not planning the game right now, but when we do, it’s definitely going to be exciting.”

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