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In Santa Clara, quarterbacks coach Brian Griese is urging Brock Purdy, who has achieved much on the field for the 49ers, to embrace a more prominent leadership role in his third NFL season. Griese has already observed promising signs of this transition and is eager to witness its development throughout the upcoming 2024 season. “Becoming the face of a franchise and leading an organization is no easy task,” Griese remarked during a break in OTAs on Wednesday. “It requires time to gain confidence and comfort in that role, as well as understanding the intricacies that contribute to it on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.”

Purdy has made NFL history as the first quarterback to lead his team to the conference championship game in each of his first two seasons. Despite the 49ers’ loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime during Super Bowl LVIII, they secured last season’s NFC title game. While initially labeled as “Mr. Irrelevant” in the 2022 draft, Purdy has gained popularity in the Bay Area due to his on-field prowess. In the previous season, he set a single-season franchise record with 4,280 passing yards and 31 touchdowns, achieving a career-high 113.0 passer rating. As the 2024 campaign approaches, the emphasis is on refining Purdy’s strengths while addressing any areas for improvement.

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