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Here's a look at some things you might have missed in the San Francisco sports world Thursday.

The Giants have opened their spring training doors to Nik Turley along with 21 other non-roster players. (Around the Foghorn)

Vernon Davis will return to the 49ers this season, despite having a down year by his standards in 2014. Take a look at his stats and see if you agree with the team's decision. (ESPN)

A few of the Giants' roster spots are still up for grabs. Here are three positional battles to keep your eyes on. (Golden Gate Sports)

Is Derek Carr really the future of the Oakland Raiders? (Number Fire)

Who is the Warriors' most improved player this season? (Blue Man Hoop)

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