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The NFL trade deadline has come and gone. Despite ESPN's Adam Schefter stating that the 49ers were the team to watch -- most likely because of the surplus of draft picks in their possession -- there were no reported moves by San Francisco. In fact, there was only one league trade that occurred. It was a deal that sent former 49ers defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga from Philadelphia to New England.
According to CBS Sports' Jason LaCanfora, the 49ers were shopping CB Nnamdi Asomugha, WR Jon Baldwin, and RB Anthony Dixon. Schefter tweeted that the 49ers were working the phones trying to make some moves prior to the 1 PM Pacific deadline.
Now the 49ers move forward and must prepare some roster moves for players that will be coming back shortly. 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said that defensive lineman Tank Carradine, who has been practicing, would be the first player activated onto the team's 53 man roster.
The 49ers are currently on their bye week and will not play again until their November 10 matchup against the Carolina Panthers at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.