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This is the eighth installment of a nine-part series that examines the 49ers’ roster coming out of the 2019 season, looks ahead to 2020, and outlines the offseason challenges facing general manager John Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan on a position-by-position basis.

Today, a look at the 49ers’ defensive backs.

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Sherman enters the third year of the three-year, $27.15 million contract he negotiated with the 49ers after the Seattle Seahawks released him in March of 2018. Tartt and Williams also are on the final years of their contracts, so the 49ers could look to extend any of them during the offseason.

Expiring contracts
-S Jimmie Ward (UFA)
-CB Jason Verrett (UFA)
-CB Dontae Johnson (UFA)
-CB Emmanuel Moseley (EFA)

Ward is a priority to re-sign. It’s just a matter of how much attention he receives on the open market (if he gets that far) and how far the 49ers will go to re-sign him.

A year ago, Verrett signed a one-year, prove-it contract. He went on injured reserve early in the season.

Moseley will be back on the team. He has no outside negotiating power because of his status as an exclusive-rights free agent.

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The defensive backfield situation might be the most complex to figure out for the 49ers this offseason. Ward is scheduled to be a free agent, but the 49ers also have three of their other top-five defensive backs entering the final years of their contracts.

First things first, they have to figure out how to approach Ward. They would like to retain him, but there might also be some hesitancy because of his injury history. Ward finally played a 16-game season, but that was only after missing the first three games, then picking up three games in the postseason.

Sherman, who turns 32 next month, had an outstanding regular season. Do the 49ers open talks with him about extending his contract?

On the other side, Moseley ended up as the starter over Witherspoon, who enters the final year of his deal. After the demotion, Witherspoon asked to play more special teams. Moseley generally played well, but he was in the middle of the biggest play of Super Bowl LIV.

Tartt, the starting strong safety, also enters the final year of his contract. He and Ward were high-school teammates and work well together.

Williams, one of the top nickel backs in the league, also is entering the final year of his deal.

The 49ers have just one pick in the first four rounds of the draft. This is why it makes a lot of sense to trade back (and trade back and trade back) to acquire selections in the second, third and fourth rounds.

This is a good draft for defensive backs. And while drafting for need is not often advisable, it becomes a lot better of a plan when it is a need that is projected a year down the road.

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The 49ers had the best pass defense in the league last season. Despite playing with a lead for most games, the 49ers allowed just 169.2 yards passing per game. That was the lowest average passing yards allowed in the NFL in more than a decade.

It will be nearly impossible to match that level of pass defense of a year ago. So much of the success the 49ers experienced against the pass was a product of the team’s pass rush. That will likely have to be the case again next season.

Teams generally shied away from Sherman’s side. But Sherman gave up a couple of big plays in the postseason, including one late in the Super Bowl. He likely will be challenged more in 2020, which will give him more opportunities to add to his career total of 39 interceptions (including postseason).

The 49ers must find more consistency on the other side. Moseley enters the offseason as the starter. Witherspoon is competing for a role. Tartt appears locked in as one starting safety, but the other spot is wide open at this point.

If Ward does not return to the team, Moore could be next in line to step in as a starter.

If the 49ers use an early draft pick on a safety or cornerback (or both), then competition could potentially lead to a rookie or two in the team’s starting defensive backfield.

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The San Francisco 49ers have depth concerns at cornerback a quarter of the way through their 2019 campaign, namely with Authentic Ahkello Witherspoon Jersey out for a few weeks with a foot injury and Jason Verrett struggling in his first on-field action since 2017.

And while the Niners could still explore other more-notable options, they reportedly made a move to grab former Detroit Lions corner Authentic Teez Tabor Jersey, adding him to their practice squad.

News of the transaction was first reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport:

The #49ers have signed former #Lions second-round CB Teez Tabor to their practice squad, source said. A high-upside signing for SF. … FA LB BJ Bello has been added to the #Packers practice squad, too.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 30, 2019

Tabor, 6-foot-0 and 191 pounds, was the Lions’ Round 2 NFL Draft choice back in 2017. There was some discussion whether or not Tabor could wind up being a first-round pick, yet he ultimately fell to No. 53 overall. Some of this could have been due to some red flags and character concerns he had in college at Florida.

Still,’s Lance Zierlein compared him to also-Lions cornerback Darius Slay, writing:

Has agility and change of direction to come off of one route and pick up the next. Shines when the ball is in the air. Pro-ready closing burst. Has excellent hand-eye coordination. Hands and timing help turn opportunities into interceptions. Posted 28 passes defensed over the last two years. Finished career with nine interceptions at Florida.

Tabor’s collegiate accolades didn’t carry over to the pro ranks, as he managed just 39 tackles over 22 games in two years, only five of them starts, with zero picks or pass breakups. A lot of this was likely due to Tabor’s relative lack of speed, as our friends over at Side Lion Report pointed out when the corner was let go earlier this year.

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The San Francisco 49ers announced on Tuesday they have re-signed DB Jimmie Ward to a three-year deal, signed LB Authentic Joe Walker Jersey to a one-year deal and that exclusive rights free agent TEAuthentic Ross Dwelley Jersey signed his one-year tender. Dwelley was tendered a one-year contract on March 5, 2020.

“Jimmie has proven to possess many of the characteristics we are looking for in a 49er, and we are excited to keep him in red and gold,” said 49ers General Manager John Lynch. “His no-nonsense passion for the game amplifies his special physical abilities, while also setting a tone for our defense. This extension allows Jimmie to continue to grow in our defense and we look forward to seeing where he can take his game.”

The 49ers originally selected Ward (5-11, 193) in the first round (30th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft. He has appeared in 64 games (44 starts) throughout his six-year career, tallying 267 tackles, 28 passes defensed, 3.0 sacks and two interceptions (one returned for a touchdown). He also started three postseason contests, adding 17 tackles and one forced fumble. In 2019, he started all 13 games in which he appeared and registered 60 tackles, eight passes defensed and 1.0 sack on defense while adding a career-high five tackles on special teams.

A 28-year-old native of Mobile, AL, Ward attended the University of Northern Illinois. In 55 games (39 starts) over four seasons with the Huskies, he finished with 320 tackles, 26 passes defensed, 11 interceptions, four forced fumbles, 2.0 sacks, one fumble recovery and four blocked kicks.

Walker (6-2, 236) was originally drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the seventh round (251st overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. In four NFL seasons with the Eagles (2016-17) and Arizona Cardinals (2018-19), Walker appeared in 42 games (14 starts) and registered 82 tackles, one pass defensed and one forced fumble.

In 2019 with Arizona, Walker registered career highs in games played (16), games started (11) and tackles (65) to go along with the first forced fumble of his career.

A 27-year-old native of Palos Verdes Estates, CA, Walker attended the University of Oregon, where he appeared in 40 games (21 starts) and finished with 205 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 5.0 sacks, three fumble recoveries (two returned for a touchdown), two passes defensed and one interception. As a senior in 2015, he started all 12 games and led the Ducks with 87 tackles and two fumble recoveries (one returned for a touchdown).

Dwelley (6-5, 235) registered career highs in games played (16) games started (six), receptions (15), receiving yards (91) and receiving touchdowns (two) in 2019. He also appeared in all three postseason games.

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Kyle’s update 1:0: The team officially announced the signing of Mitchell, while waiving safety Antone Exum Jr. Waiving Exum Jr. is an indication that the 49ers are expecting Jaquiski Tartt to be healthy. Happy New Year!

Kyle’s update 1:25: Jonathan Kongbo has announced that the 49ers have signed him as well. The 23-year old defensive end spent time in the CFL in 2019. He’s undersized, as he’s listed at 256 pounds.

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I’d expect Anthony Zettel and Kevin Givens to be released. We’ll know soon enough.

Per The Athletic’s Matt Barrows, the 49ers are signing nose tackle Earl Mitchell to help bolster the interior of their defensive line. Mitchell last played with the 49ers in 2018, where he played 363 snaps. PFF graded him out as a 63.7 in 2018. You’re not bringing back Mitchell to rush the passer; you’re bringing him back to ensure your run defense improves. That’s something Mitchell has done at a high level his entire career.

The decision to sign Mitchell likely comes to give Sheldon Day and DeForest Buckner a breather. Looking at the snap counts from Sunday’s game, Authentic Solomon Thomas Jersey played 30, and Anthony Zettel played 29. Authentic Dee Ford Jersey could replace Zettel’s snaps, while Mitchell can cut into both Day and Thomas’s snaps to help keep both fresh. Thomas hasn’t been effective all season. Mitchell has the experience and won’t make a mistake in a critical situation that a younger player may make.

It’s been a tough year for injuries along the defensive line. The 49ers have lost Ronald Blair, Damontre Moore, Authentic D.J. Jones Jersey, and Authentic Jullian Taylor Jersey for the season. That’s tons of experience. Signing the 32-year old Mitchell who is familiar with the 49ers probably says more about the younger guys like Kevin Givens than it does anything else.

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A 22-year-old native of San Diego, CA, Smith attended Boston College where he appeared in 40 games (34 starts) and registered 138 tackles, eight passes defensed, 1.5 sacks and one interception. As a senior in 2018, he started all 12 games and finished with 50 tackles, three passes defensed and one interception.

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The San Francisco 49ers announced on Wednesday they have signed the following 14 free agents:

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All of the players, with the exception of Edwards, Henry Jr., Kindred, Kongbo and Wester, finished the 2019 season on the team’s practice squad.

Edwards (6-2, 215) originally entered the NFL after signing with the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent on May 16, 2016. He was later waived by Oakland on August 29, 2016.

From 2017-19, Edwards spent time in the Canadian Football League with the Edmonton Eskimos (2017-18) and the BC Lions (2019) where he appeared in 53 games and registered 112 tackles, four interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), four forced fumbles and one sack.

A 27-year-old native of Southfield, MI, Edwards attended the University of Idaho for two seasons (2014-15) after transferring from Butte (Oroville, CA) College. With the Vandals, Edwards appeared in 18 games (12 starts) and registered 76 tackles, three interceptions, three passes defensed, 1.0 sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

Henry Jr. (6-3, 288) was originally drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round (132nd overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. In three seasons with the Ravens (2016-18), he appeared in 17 games (three starts) and registered 35 tackles, five passes defensed, 4.5 sacks and one fumble recovery. He was waived by Baltimore on August 31, 2019.

A 25-year-old native of Cleveland, OH, Henry Jr. attended the University of Michigan (2012-15), where he appeared in 35 games (22 starts) and registered 86 tackles, 18.5 tackles for loss, 10.0 sacks and one interception.

Kindred (5-10, 210) was originally drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the fourth round (129th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. In three seasons with the Browns (2016-18), he appeared in 42 games (17 starts) and registered 137 tackles, 12 passes defensed, two interceptions and one forced fumble. He was waived by Cleveland on April 1, 2019 and claimed off waivers by the Indianapolis Colts the following day. He was waived by the Colts on August 19, claimed off waivers by the New York Jets on August 20 and later waived by the Jets on August 31.

A 26-year-old native of San Antonio, TX, Kindred attended Texas Christian University (2012-15), where he appeared in 50 games (30 starts) and registered 235 tackles, 23 passes defensed, eight interceptions (two returned for touchdowns), four fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles. As a senior in 2015, he earned First-Team All-Big 12 honors after starting all 13 games and finishing with 87 tackles, five passes defensed, two interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

Kongbo (6-5, 254) joins the 49ers as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Tennessee. He spent three seasons at Tennessee (2016-18) following time at Arizona Western College (2015) and Wyoming University. With the Volunteers, he appeared in 30 games (17 starts) and registered 51 tackles, 3.5 sacks, two interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) and two passes defensed.

A 23-year-old native of Surrey, B.C., Kongbo was drafted by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League (CFL) in 2019 where he appeared in 15 games and registered 14 tackles and 2.0 sacks.

Wester (6-6, 305) originally entered the NFL after signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent on May 9, 2016.

In three seasons with the Buccaneers (2016-18), Wester appeared in 27 games (one start) along the offensive line and has one career touchdown reception.

A 27-year-old native of Mount Pleasant, IA, Wester attended Missouri Western State University (2012-15) where he appeared in 40 games (30 starts). As a senior in 2015, he started 11 games and earned All-MIAA Honorable Mention honors.

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The San Francisco 49ers brought back a key component in the defensive-line rotation, re-signing defensive end Authentic Ronald Blair Jersey to a one-year deal last week. The team finally announced the move on Monday, and the contract details have emerged.

Blair is returning from a torn ACL suffered in November against the Seattle Seahawks. The defender posted a video of himself running before the start of free agency, showing that he is on his way to a full recovery.

“His versatility and playmaking ability along with his strength of character off the field make him special,” general manager John Lynch said of Blair via a statement. “Ronnie’s work ethic makes us confident he will return to form this season.”

Below is the contract breakdown of Blair’s deal, courtesy of The total value of the deal is nearly $2.3 million.

$2.16 million base salary (all guaranteed)
$137,500 prorated bonus
$1.0475 million salary-cap hit

Blair’s salary-cap hit is lower than his salary because the team opted to use the new “veteran salary benefit” on the defender. It enables an NFL team to exclude up to $1.25 million from the cap for a player with at least four years of experience.

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The NFC West gained DeAndre Hopkins this week, but also lost DeForest Buckner and David Johnson. The San Francisco 49ers made it a point to retain a large chunk of 2019’s Super Bowl roster, but other teams in the division are making moves to catch up in 2020.

Below, we give you the moves made by each team in the NFC West as the 2020 season kicks off.

NFL offseason moves by division
AFC East
AFC North
AFC South
AFC West

NFC East
NFC North
NFC South
NFC West

San Francisco 49ers
Players gained
G Tom Compton: Signed one-year deal
OT Authentic Jaryd Jones-Smith Jersey: Futures contract
DE Authentic Alex Barrett Jersey: Futures contract
C Authentic Jake Brendel Jersey: Futures contract
WR Travis Benjamin: Signed one-year deal
DE Authentic Kerry Hyder Jersey: Signed one-year deal
LB Joe Walker: Signed one-year deal

Players retained
CB Authentic Emmanuel Moseley Jersey: Signed one-year deal
FB Authentic Jeff Wilson Jersey: Signed one-year deal
TE Authentic Ross Dwelley Jersey: Signed one-year deal
QB Authentic Nick Mullens Jersey: Signed one-year deal
DE Arik Armstead: Signed five-year extension
OT Shon Coleman: Signed one-year extension
DE Ronald Blair: Signed one-year extension
S Jimmie Ward: Signed three-year extension
RB Matt Breida: Assigned second round tender
WR Kendrick Bourne: Assigned second round tender
RB Jerick McKinnon: Restructured contract to one-year deal
C Ben Garland: Signed one-year extension
OT Daniel Brunskill: Signed one-year deal
FB Kyle Juszczyk: Team option exercised

Players lost
DT DeForest Buckner: Traded to Colts
G Michael Person: Released
TE Garret Celek: Retired
DT Ethan Westbrooks: Waived
DT Sheldon Day: Signed with Colts
DT Anthony Zettel: Signed with Vikings
WR Emmanuel Sanders: Signed with Saints

Seattle Seahawks
Players gained
OT Chad Wheeler: Signed to active roster
DE Shakir Soto: Futures contract
LB Sutton Smith: Futures contract
WR Penny Hart: Futures contract
LB Pita Taumoepenu: Futures contract
CB Brian Allen: Futures contract
WR Cody Thompson: Futures contract
TE Greg Olsen: Signed one-year deal
G B.J. Finney: Signed two-year deal
TE Luke Willson: Signed one-year extension
OT Brandon Shell: Signed one-year deal
OT Cedric Ogbuehi: Signed one-year deal
WR Phillip Dorsett: Signed one-year deal

Players retained
C Joey Hunt: Assigned original round tender
DE Branden Jackson: Assigned original round tender
DT Jarran Reed: Signed two-year extension
TE Jacob Hollister: Assigned second round tender
WR Malik Turner: Signed one-year deal
DT Bryan Mone: Signed one-year deal
G Jordan Roos: Signed one-year deal
DE Bruce Irvin: Signing deal

Players lost
OT George Fant: Signed with Jets
DE Quinton Jefferson: Signed with Bills
OT Germain Ifedi: Signed with Bears
DT Al Woods: Signed with Seahawks

Los Angeles Rams
Players gained
TE Ethan Wolf: Futures contract
LB Jachai Polite: Futures contract
G Jeremiah Kolone: Futures contract
DT Marquise Copeland: Futures contract
QB John Wolford: Futures contract
C Nate Trewyn: Futures contract
LB Jeff Holland: Futures contract
WR Greg Dortch: Futures contract
CB Adonis Alexander: Futures contract
G Austin Blythe: Signed one-year extension
LB Leonard Floyd: Signed one-year deal
LT A’Shawn Robinson: Signed two-year deal

Players retained
TE Johnny Mundt: Signed one-year deal
C Coleman Shelton: Signed one-year deal
LT Andrew Whitworth: Signed three-year deal

Players lost
S Eric Weedle: Retired
CB Nickell Robey-Coleman: Declined player option
LB Clay Matthews: Released
RB Todd Gurley: Released
CB Nickell Robey-Coleman: Signed with Eagles
WR Mike Thomas: Signed with Bengals
CB Marqui Christian: Signed with Jets

Arizona Cardinals
Players gained
WR Johnny Dixon: Futures contract
C Sam Jones: Futures contract
DE Lyndon Johnson: Futures contract
QB Chris Streveler: Signed one-year deal
WR DeAndre Hopkins: Acquired from Texans via trade
DT Jordan Phillips: Signed three-year deal
DT Devon Kennard: Signed three-year deal
LB De’Vondre Campbell: Signed one-year deal
LB Joe Walker: Signed one-year deal

Players retained
WR Larry Fitzgerald: Signed one-year extension
LT D.J. Humphries: Signed three-year extension
RB Kenyan Drake: Transition tagged
K Zane Gonzalez: Assigned second round tender
OT Justin Murray: Signed one-year deal
RB D.J. Foster: Signed one-year deal
C Max Garcia: Signed one-year deal
C Charles Washington: Signed one-year deal
DE Jonathan Bullard: Signed one-year deal
QB Brett Hundley: Signed one-year deal
DB Chris Banjo: Signed one-year deal

Players lost
OT William Sweet: Waived
RB David Johnson: Traded to Texans
DT Zach Kerr: Signed with Panthers
DE Cassius Marsh: Signed with Jaguars

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A week into free agency and Emmanuel Sanders’ exit is what hit the 49ers’ offense hardest. Other than that, their depth chart still looks above average.

Jimmy Garoppolo, still here. Top-notch rushing attack, primed for more. Tight end George Kittle, still grinding toward a big pay day.

Coach Kyle Shanahan’s stated goal is to retain as much of last season’s NFC-winning roster intact, and his offense should not look radically different in 2020.

When will the 49ers reunite for offseason workouts? Well, NFL offseason programs are indefinitely on hold. The 49ers’ was to start April 20, and now May 20 looks like a stretch.

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That delay will hurt teams initiating a new coach, quarterback, system, etc. The 49ers are on Year 4 under Shanahan, and that familiarity will give them an advantage in a shortened offseason.

Here is how the offensive depth chart appears one week into free agency:

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 2: San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) throws on the opening drive against the Kansas City Chiefs in the first quarter of Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)


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Nick Mullens

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Analysis: While national media wildly speculated that Garoppolo might swap places with Tom Brady, the 49ers wisely stayed the course. Meanwhile, Garoppolo vacationed in Kauai, an idyllic setting anytime, especially when there’s noise to escape. Mullens beat out Beathard last year for the No. 2 role that wasn’t summoned upon thanks to Jimmy G’s knee recovery. That same, three-man wolf pack should be in store for 2020. A fourth QB will be brought in, perhaps with a low draft pick, to help at training camp.

SANTA CLARA, CA – JANUARY 19: San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert (31) runs past the tackle of Green Bay Packers defenseman Dean Lowry (93) in the fourth quarter of their NFC Championship game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020. (Aric Crabb/Bay Area News Group)


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Kyle Juszczyk (FB)

Tevin Coleman

Matt Breida

Jerick McKinnon

Jeff Wilson Jr.

Analysis: Mostert’s breakout season, highlighted by his 220-yard masterpiece in the NFC Championship win, ought to reserve him a larger role. Options abound to complement him, and that might finally include McKinnon, who renegotiated his salary ($6.5 million to $910,000) after missing two seasons with a knee injury. Coleman and Breida are not locks, especially not Coleman at a $4.5 million salary. Breida drew a $3.3 million tender. Wilson is no afterthought, not after scoring some big touchdowns last year, including the game winner against Arizona that showed receiving ability the 49ers hope to get from McKinnon. Extending Juszczyk ($5 million salary in 2020) must be on the to-do list.

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 2: San Francisco 49ers’ Kendrick Bourne (84) runs after a catch against Kansas City Chiefs’ Charvarius Ward (35) in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)


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Analysis: Sanders’ replacement could come with the No. 13 overall draft pick, acquired in last week’s trade of DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts. Look no further than Alabama’s Jerry Jeudy or Henry Ruggs. Or perhaps the 49ers finally deal for Odell Beckham Jr., if they can handle $14 million annually. Samuel has fast become a star, so must handle more on-field attention and off-field fame. Bourne is maturing into a reliable cog. Taylor (foot) and Hurd (back) must prove healthhy. Pettis needs to rebound from a sophomore slump. Goodwin looks as good as gone with his $4 million salary and last season’s curious exit to injured reserve. Addressing the wide receiver position is such an annual rallying cry that the 49ers have drafted at least one each year since 2003.

Free agent: Jordan Matthews

Departure: Emmanuel Sanders (Saints; two years, $16 million)

MIAMI GARDENS, FL – FEBRUARY 2: San Francisco 49ers’ George Kittle (85) catches a pass in front of Kansas City Chiefs’ Daniel Sorensen (49) in the second quarter of Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. Kettle would be called for pass interference. The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 31-20. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group) (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group)


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Ross Dwelley

Daniel Helm

Analysis: Paying Kittle the richest contract in NFL history for a tight end is the 49ers’ primary task. He is their offense’s catalyst with hard-fought yards after the catch and hilariously devastating blocks. To help him and the offense, a top-tier tight end must be added, at the very least to replace Levine Toilolo’s blocking ability in two tight-end sets. Dwelley needs to show he can be more than a relief option for Kittle and Juszczyk. Helm should be ready after spending most of last season on the practice squad.

Departure: Levine Toilolo (Giants; terms unknown)

SANTA CLARA, CA – JANUARY 19: San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) joins the group celebration after San Francisco 49ers’ Raheem Mostert (31) scored a touchdown against the Green Bay Packers in the second quarter of their NFC Championship game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)


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Analysis: The 49ers have yet to confirm Thursday’s moves at guard: releasing two-year starter Mike Person (per ESPN), signing Shanahan-schooled journeyman Tom Compton (league source confirmed). Look for Brunskill to get a starting shot, if he can beat out Compton, Garland, Reynolds and perhaps a rookie hot shot. Keeping the “bro-line” intact will do wonders for consistency sake, but strengthening the interior is vital. Richburg is overcoming another knee injury so that center spot definitely should not be overlooked. Coleman re-signed to compete with Skule and others as backup tackles, which were in great demand last season.

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The 49ers are in the market for some insurance.

Specifically at the tight end position, where they’d like a veteran presence behind what is arguably their best player in George Kittle. San Francisco was already linked to TE Austin Hooper, who eventually signed a monster deal with the Cleveland Browns. Now they’ve set their sights on another tight end with a ton of upside, Matt Barrows told Tolbert, Krueger & Brooks on Monday.

“They’re definitely looking at tight ends,” Barrows said. “They were in on Hooper. I don’t know how heavily they were in on him, but they’ve talked about him. They’ve talked to Jordan Reed’s agent about Jordan Reed.

“I know that doesn’t move the needle for a lot of 49ers fans, but the point is they want an upgrade at their No. 2 tight end, and they’ll look in the draft as well.”

Reed is still just 29 years old, but has had a hard time staying on the field in recent years. A preseason concussion, the seventh of his career, knocked him for all of last season. Reed appeared in 13 games with Washington in 2018, catching 54 passes for 558 yards and two touchdowns. He made the Pro Bowl in 2016, catching 87 passes for 952 yards and 11 TDs.

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Unlike years prior, there aren’t an extensive amount of voids the San Francisco 49ers must address in the offseason. While a good number of headline signings have found homes in the first week of free agency, San Francisco managed to make several under-the-radar moves to shore up depth at a number of positions.

Here we’ll take a look at several impact players that still remain on the open market and assess the 49ers needs at various positions.

Top Available: Blake Bortles, Joe Flacco, Blaine Gabbert, Josh McCown, Jameis Winston, Cam Newton

On the 49ers Roster: Authentic C. J. Beathard Jersey, Authentic Jimmy Garoppolo Jersey, Authentic Nick Mullens Jersey

Analysis: Not much to be said here. Garoppolo finished his first full season as a starter while passing for nearly 4,000 yards and tied for fourth in the league with Kirk Cousins with a 69.1 completion percentage. Garoppolo’s 27 touchdowns tied with Drew Brees and Carson Wentz for the fifth-most in the NFL in 2019. His first full season proved better than expected, helping lead the 49ers to their first Super Bowl appearance since 2013.

The 49ers held on to three quarterbacks in 2019, with Mullens suiting up for all 16 games in addition to three in the postseason. There’s no word on whether Kyle Shanahan will employ the same tactic heading into next season.

Priority: Low

Running Back

Top available: Ameer Abdullah, Devonta Freeman, Frank Gore, Carlos Hyde, LeSean McCoy, Lamar Miller, Ty Montgomery, C.J. Prosise

On the 49ers Roster: Matt Breida, Authentic Tevin Coleman Jersey, Authentic Jerick McKinnon Jersey, Authentic Raheem Mostert Jersey, Authentic Jeff Wilson Jersey.

Analysis: San Francisco boasted one of the best rushing attacks in the league last season, ranking second in the NFL with 144.1 yards per game. Part is due to the 49ers stable of running backs that featured Mostert, Coleman, Breida and Wilson Jr..

Mostert is coming off of a breakout season that moved him to the top of the depth chart by the end of the season. Mostert led the 49ers running backs with a career-high 772 yards and eight touchdowns in 2019. He also added 336 yards and five touchdowns in the postseason that featured his 220-yard performance in the NFC Championship game against the Green Bay Packers.

To add to San Francisco’s already-loaded backfield, McKinnon has been medically cleared to return to the field after being sidelined for two seasons with a knee injury.

The 49ers have previously kept four running backs on the roster heading into the season. They have tough decisions looming with five running backs worthy of being on an NFL roster.

“I would love to keep it going forward,” Shanahan said last month. “I think the group that we had last year showed where we could get with them, but it’s always hard to do that. I hope that we can. It’s not as simple as just tying all the running backs together, it’s how you compare them to the other positions and everything. It’s two years in a row that we’ve gone in with four backs and we’ve needed all four. It’s something that I used to look at as a luxury and now I’m almost feeling like it’s a necessity.”

Priority: Low

Wide Receiver
Top available: Geronimo Allison, Taylor Gabriel, Rashard Higgins, Johnny Holton, Demarcus Robinson

On the 49ers Roster: Kendrick Bourne, Marquise Goodwin, Jalen Hurd, Richie James Jr., Dante Pettis, Shawn Poindexter, Deebo Samuel, Trent Taylor, Authentic Chris Thompson Jersey

Analysis: The biggest news surrounding the 49ers pass catchers was the loss of veteran wideout Emmanuel Sanders to the New Orleans Saints in free agency. Sanders hauled in 36 passes for 502 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games with the 49ers and quickly emerged as key asset among San Francisco’s young receiving corps.

The 49ers could look to fill Sanders’ void through free agency. That, or, seek a talented wideout in what has been referred to as the deepest draft class of receivers in recent history.

The 49ers are anticipating the return of Trent Taylor and Jalen Hurd. Taylor missed the entire 2019 season following multiple setbacks from a stress fracture in his foot. Hurd also missed last season while nursing a back injury. Both are expected to make full returns by the start of training camp this summer.

Priority: Medium

Tight End
Top available: Charles Clay, Jordan Reed, Luke Stocker, Geoff Swaim, Delanie Walker

On the 49ers Roster: Ross Dwelley, Daniel Helm, George Kittle

Analysis: The 49ers lost tight end Levine Toilolo to the New York Giants in free agency and veteran Garrett Celek announced his retirement via an Instagram post. San Francisco could look for additional depth behind George Kittle and second-year tight end Ross Dwelley, who registered career highs in games played (16), games started (six), receptions (15), receiving yards (91) and receiving touchdowns (two) in 2019.

Kittle registered his second-consecutive five-touchdown, 1,000-plus-yard season, leading the team with 1,053 yards on 85 targets. The 49ers could seek an additional tight end this offseason to help relieve Kittle of his considerable workload.

Priority: Medium

Offensive Line
Top available: Demar Dotson, Cordy Glenn, James Hurst, Ronald Leary, Jason Peters, Daryl Williams

On the 49ers Roster: Kofi Amichia, Jake Brendel, Daniel Brunskill, Shon Coleman, Jaryd Jones-Smith, Mike McGlinchey, Ross Reynolds, Weston Richburg, Joe Staley, Laken Tomlinson, Leonard Wester, Justin Skule

Analysis: San Francisco already moved on from right guard Mike Person and could seek the benefit of a veteran free agent. The team recently tendered offensive lineman Daniel Brunskill, who made several starts at both tackle spots and guard at various points last season. Brunskill, who was an integral part of the 49ers success last season, could assume a larger role in 2020.

This year’s draft is also expected to have a surplus of high-end offensive line talent where the 49ers can add depth and/or address the void at right guard. San Francisco could seek the eventual replacement for veteran left tackle Joe Staley. Staley signed a two-year contract extension last June and in his fourteenth NFL season, enters the final year of his contract.

Priority: High

Defensive Line
Top available: Jadeveon Clowney, Markus Golden, Everson Griffen, Clay Matthews, Cameron Wake, Shelby Harris, Damon Harrison, Margus Hunt, Brandon Mebane

On the 49ers Roster: Arik Armstead, Alex Barnett, Nick Bosa, Dee Ford, Kevin Givens, Willie Henry Jr., Kerry Hyder, D.J. Jones, Jonathan Kongbo, Kentavius Street, Solomon Thomas, Ray Smith, Jullian Taylor

Analysis: The biggest question for the 49ers this offseason is how they will replace DeForest Buckner. Depth was a strength of the 49ers defensive line last season and appears to still be the case despite the trade. In addition to Arik Armstead, San Francisco re-signed defensive lineman Ronald Blair III, who has experience playing multiple spots along the defensive line.

The 49ers also signed former Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Kerry Hyder as an additional depth piece. The 49ers could seek an affordable option in free agency or seek an interior presence through the draft.

Priority: Low

Top available: Mark Barron, Anthony Chickillo, Kareem Martin, Alec Ogletree, Reggie Ragland

On the 49ers Roster: Azeez Al-Shaair, Kwon Alexander, Joey Alfieri, Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles, Dre Greenlaw, Mark Nzeocha, Fred Warner

Analysis: Kwon Alexander, Fred Warner and Dre Greenlaw each made significant contributions in 2019. Alexander became an intangible asset to the 49ers defense while Warner took a major leap in Year 2. Greenlaw stepped up when called upon, starting in place of Alexander who missed seven games with a torn pectoral. He also became the unsung hero to San Francisco’s postseason path.

San Francisco also saw production out of Al-Shaair, the undrafted rookie who beat our several veterans for a spot on the 49ers 53-man roster. The 49ers agreed to terms with inside linebacker Joe Walker this week, who made 11 starts with the Arizona Cardinals last season and was a key contributor on special teams.

As it stands, San Francisco appears set with their talent at linebacker, unless they see undeniable talent to bolster the position in the draft.

Priority: Low

Top available: Prince Amukamara, Bashaud Breeland, Ronald Darby, Johnathan Joseph, Xavier Rhodes, Logan Ryan

On the 49ers Roster: Tim Harris, Jermaine Kelly, Emmanuel Moseley, Richard Sherman, Teez Tabor, K’Waun Williams, Ahkello Witherspoon

Analysis: San Francisco saw production from two of their young corners in 2019. Witherspoon and Moseley both saw snaps opposite Sherman at various points in the season and aided in San Francisco’s second-ranked passing defense.

Sherman will enter the final year of his contract with the 49ers after returning to elite form. Sherman allowed a passer rating of just 45.3 en route to a Pro Bowl selection and second-team All-Pro honors. While the 49ers have the option of extending the corner beyond 2020, there’s a possibility the 49ers could add another veteran to play opposite Sherman, or seek his potential successor in the draft.

Priority: Medium

Top available: Morgan Burnett, Blake Countess, A.J. Howard, Tony Jefferson, Colin Jones, Reshad Jones, Damarious Randall, Eric Reid

On the 49ers Roster: Chris Edwards, Marcell Harris, Derrick Kindred, Tarvarius Moore, D.J. Reed Jr., Jaquiski Tartt, Jacob Thieneman, Jimmie Ward

Analysis: One of the biggest questions heading into the offseason was the future of free safety Jimmie Ward. His free agency decisions would ultimately determine the 49ers offseason plans. The 49ers re-signed Ward to a three-year contract extension this week, keeping the free safety in San Francisco for the foreseeable future.