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

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S Authentic Derrick Kindred Jersey

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G Ross Reynolds

DL Ray Smith

CB Teez Tabor

S Jacob Thieneman

WR Chris Thompson

OL Leonard Wester

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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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)


QUARTERBACK

Jimmy Garoppolo

Nick Mullens

C.J. Beathard

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)


RUNNING BACK

Raheem Mostert

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)


WIDE RECEIVER

Deebo Samuel

Kendrick Bourne

Richie James Jr.

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Marquise Goodwin

Trent Taylor

Jalen Hurd

Shawn Poindexter

Chris Thompson

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)


TIGHT END

George Kittle

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)


OFFENSIVE LINE

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LG Laken Tomlinson

C Weston Richburg

RG Daniel Brunskill

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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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It’s hard to imagine now how the no. 1 seed in the NFC came down to a series of mistakes in the final regular-season game. The NFC was decided by a razor-thin margin, but on Saturday the 49ers looked like one of the most dominant teams in football. Top-seeded San Francisco pulled an old-fashioned ass-whupping on the Vikings, winning 27-10 in a victory that sets the team up to host the NFC championship game in Santa Clara next week.

The third quarter was a good reminder of exactly what makes the 49ers a powerhouse. With San Francisco up 17-10, the Vikings got the ball with 10:42 left, facing a critical possession. Outside of one flukey-looking touchdown to Stefon Diggs in the first quarter, Minnesota hadn’t gotten much going—but they’d managed to hang around, and this was their chance to even the score. But Kirk Cousins quickly found himself in third-and-9, and then this happened:

Whether Adam Thielen stopped too early on this route or Cousins just missed on the throw doesn’t matter much—it looked like Richard Sherman knew the route better than both offensive players. Sherman has reemerged as an elite corner this year, earning Pro Bowl honors for the first time since 2016. Two seasons ago, Sherman bet on himself, signing a self-negotiated contract with plenty of incentives; now he’s arguably the best corner in the NFL. The 31-year-old was Pro Football Focus’s highest-graded corner this season, giving up 0.44 yards per coverage snap (best in the league) and one reception per 19.1 snaps (second best).

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Sherman is the rare type of player who can shut down an entire side of the field, and his interception cut the Vikings’ win probability by half. On the Niners’ ensuing possession, they rushed the ball eight times in a row and didn’t pass it once. The list of plays is downright disrespectful to Minnesota:

The 49ers can’t afford to look past the NFC Championship game and to Super Bowl LIV in Miami, but that won’t stop everyone else.

And assuming the 49ers win next Sunday in the NFC Championship at Levi’s Stadium, the best match-up for viewing purposes is the one they want the least.

Better to have Derrick Henry coming straight at you with the Tennessee Titans than Patrick Mahomes attacking from every conceivable angle for the Kansas City Chiefs.

In the wake of Kansas City’s 51-31 win over the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium, there can be no doubt that Mahomes is the NFL’s transcendent talent and his appearance on the NFL’s biggest stage against a very good 49ers team would be must-see T.V.

It would also be the biggest headache in terms of preparation for 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh.

There’s no minimizing what Tennessee has accomplished, with Henry putting the Titans on his broad shoulders and bowling over everything in his wake, including the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night. Tennessee owns a 35-32 regular-season win over the Chiefs in Nashville, so it’s not as if Kansas City coach Andy Reid is a lock to get a crack at his first Super Bowl win.

Henry is on an unprecedented run, racking up 195 yards on 30 carries in a 28-12 win over the Ravens one week after gaining 184 yards on 32 carries in a 20-13 win over the New England Patriots.

But postseason football is about quarterbacks. If the 49ers play the Titans, Saleh and his staff can zero in on Henry and force the game into the hands of quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Tannehill would love nothing better than to return to Miami, where the Dolphins discarded him as their franchise quarterback.

But there’s reason to believe the 49ers can do a better job handling Henry than either the Patriots or Ravens. They’re coming off bottling up Dalvin Cook and the Minnesota Vikings to 21 yards and 2.1 yards per carry.

And while Cook isn’t Henry, the finally healthy 49ers defense would stand a good chance of keeping Henry from taking over the game.

Mahomes, who was 23 of 35 for 321 yards and five touchdowns against the Texans, would be a much, much more difficult challenge.

All Mahomes’ brilliance was on display Sunday in the face of a 24-0 deficit that had nothing to do with his play. By the time the score was 21-0, the Chiefs had dropped three passes past the stake on third down plays.

Much of the blame for the Texans collapse will be heaped upon coach Bill O’Brien, and he made some questionable decisions.

But the game’s dominant force wasn’t O’Brien’s momentum-killing calls on fourth-and-1 and an ill-advised fake punt. It was Mahomes, who plays with a combination of execution and creativity which hasn’t been seen in the NFL.

The Chiefs scored touchdowns on seven straight red zone possessions, and all O’Brien’s calls did was forestall an inevitable end result.

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Since Rich Gannon took the Raiders to the Super Bowl in 2002, the AFC quarterback in the Super Bowl has been one of three men — Tom Brady, Peyton Manning or Ben Roethlisberger. The only outlier was 2012, when Joe Flacco and the Ravens beat the 49ers in New Orleans.

“Tom Brady made a living doing it his way,” Raiders coach Jon Gruden said last season. “But Mahomes is on the cutting edge of different, that’s for sure.”

Mahomes would be a welcome fresh face and present the 49ers with their most formidable challenge of the season.

He may be known for throwing downfield, but Mahomes made throws in traffic to tight end Travis Kelce that defied description. They were plays that looked as if they originated on a playground rather than a blackboard or I-pad.

It’s not an original idea, but Mahomes is the closest thing to Steph Curry on a football field. Who else but Mahomes has a play walled off rolling to his left and managed to shotput a touchdown to Kelce through the tightest window possible.

Somehow, Mahomes, whether it was instinct or luck, knew exactly when to throw the ball before crossing the line of scrimmage for the touchdown that put the Chiefs up 28-24 at halftime.

O’Brien had nothing to do with the Chiefs dropping passes early at a ridiculous rate, with Mahomes going to the bench and giving a fire and brimstone talk to his offensive teammates.

The NFL’s MVP in 2018, Mahomes play was in contrast to MVP-to-be Lamar Jackson the previous night in the Ravens loss to the Tennessee Titans. Jackson piled up numbers after Baltimore made mistake after mistake in the first half, couldn’t get the Ravens in the end zone, an will wear the mantel of coming up short in the playoffs until he reverses the tide.

Mahomes has the look of a quarterback who can pull out just about any game, although he knows from experience how difficult it can be.

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Just last year, Mahomes had the Chiefs up 28-24 against the New England Patriots. He would have won too, had not Chiefs edge rusher (and current 49er) Dee Ford had not been called for lining up in the neutral zone on a play in which Brady was intercepted by Charvarious Ward.
The turnover nullified, Brady put the Patriots back on top, only for Mahomes to come back with passes of 21 and 27 yards to set up a field goal and send the game into overtime. The Patriots drove for a touchdown after winning the toss, and Mahomes never saw the ball.

Based on what went down Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium, Mahomes has no intention of letting it happen again.

The beauty of facing the 49ers is Mahomes would be playing against a team under Kyle Shanahan that could conceivably match them score for score.

Seeing Mahomes attempt to escape, find seams and deliver passes anywhere from sidearm to straight overhand against the 49ers pass rush would be a sublime match-up as well as the toughest one for San Francisco.

Eight rushes, 44 yards, three first downs, and a score. Except for the final touchdown run, not a single rush gained less than 4 yards. Minnesota finished the season with the ninth-best rushing defense by DVOA, and the Niners shredded them.

When the Vikings got the ball back, now down by 14 with 4:49 left in the third quarter, they went three-and-out. From there, the game began to slip away. While the Minnesota defense snuffed out the 49ers’ next drive, Vikings punt returner Marcus Sherels muffed the ensuing punt, handing the ball back to San Francisco. That mistake cost the Vikings three quarters of their remaining win probability:

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The 49ers turned that possession into a field goal, taking a 27-10 lead that they never relinquished. There was still a quarter to play, but the game was over.

The Vikings never had a chance to get back into it because they had no answer for the 49ers’ defensive line. Nick Bosa, who will likely be the Defensive Rookie of the Year, had six tackles, two sacks, an additional QB hit, and a pass defended. The 49ers defense as a whole sacked Kirk Cousins a whopping six times for 46 yards, completely disrupting the Minnesota offense. The Vikings picked up just 147 net yards—less than half of the 49ers’ total—and went three-and-out on six of their 11 drives (not including the third-down interception, which came on the third play of a drive). Minnesota had seven first downs and seven punts.

This game showed exactly what makes the 49ers a powerhouse. They have a dominant defense, anchored by the NFL’s premier lockdown corner and an explosive defensive line. And they have an offense built out of versatile, unique playmakers who can slice through great defenses even when Jimmy Garoppolo (11-of-19 for 131 yards, one touchdown, one pick) isn’t having his best game. The Niners are also a well-coached team, and their adjustments in this game (they yanked cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon in favor of Emmanuel Moseley after Witherspoon got burned in the first quarter) helped keep the team out in front from beginning to end.

The Niners barely earned the no. 1 seed—but a year after finishing 4-12, they are every bit the Super Bowl favorite that we’re used to seeing take up each conference’s pole position. Whether they see the Seahawks or the Packers in the next round, they’ll host a much better team than the Vikings (to say nothing of who they could see in the Super Bowl), but the 49ers clearly have the tools to take on anyone. The demolition of the Vikings proved it.