Then in the red zone work, Burrow floated a beauty to the left corner, but Chase couldn’t get there in time working against Awuzie on a release that wasn’t quick enough.
But believe that they love what they’re getting from Chase because of how he works the craft.
“I mean, I’m always working on releases constantly. Troy (Walters) sometimes says I get into a habit and stop doing it, so I actually have to always work on releases,” Chase said of his wide receivers coach. “Now, the game is a lot faster. If it speeds me up, I might mess up. I’ve got to make sure I contain my speed.
PLAYER OF THE DAY: WR Trent Taylor
No one is having a bigger camp than the 5-8, 1800-pound Taylor, making a real run at the fifth wide receiver spot as Tyler Boyd’s backup in the slot. After 41 games with 79 catches for 9.3-yard average in three season with the 49ers, the 27-year-old Taylor is trying to hook on with a splash.
After laying out for a diving toe-and-tap touchdown pass from back-up quarterback Brandon Allen in Friday’s red zone, he added another spectacular one Saturday from Allen. Taylor ran a rub route as Taylor rolled out from the 5 and it turned out to be a race to the pylon. The defense couldn’t fight off the rub, Allen led him and as Taylor lunged to catch it he fell…