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WR Joe Hastings promoted to 49ers 53-man roster

Actually, the team was helped by letting go of Edwards = a strain on passing game chemistry.
he going to be a bench warmer
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
we could of sign T.O for a little amount of money

If he was still potentially productive, teams would have reached out and grabbed for him, by now. And for those who talked about Moss, put down the pipe; he plays when HE WANTS, which seems to be not often
http://blog.sfgate.com/49ers/2011/12/27/49ers-wide-receiver-list-unlikely-to-include-big-names/

Hastings (6-0, 185), a rookie, is a member of the Niners' practice squad. He had 87 catches for 1,546 yards as a senior at Division II Washburn University last year.

Finneran, 35, and Chambers, 33, are NFL veterans who last played in the league in 2010. Finneran had 19 catches for 166 yards and three touchdowns with the Falcons last year. Chambers had 22 catches for 213 yards and a touchdown with the Chiefs in 2010.

The wideouts competed in the 40-yard dash at that workout in October. Harbaugh said Hastings finished first and Swain was second.
Originally posted by gamechanger:
http://blog.sfgate.com/49ers/2011/12/27/49ers-wide-receiver-list-unlikely-to-include-big-names/

Hastings (6-0, 185), a rookie, is a member of the Niners' practice squad. He had 87 catches for 1,546 yards as a senior at Division II Washburn University last year.

Finneran, 35, and Chambers, 33, are NFL veterans who last played in the league in 2010. Finneran had 19 catches for 166 yards and three touchdowns with the Falcons last year. Chambers had 22 catches for 213 yards and a touchdown with the Chiefs in 2010.

The wideouts competed in the 40-yard dash at that workout in October. Harbaugh said Hastings finished first and Swain was second.

T.O would of finish first
Originally posted by Strwy2Hevn:
We got decidedly worse with the subtraction of Edwards and addition of this guy

Yes, because Braylon was contributing so much...

Don't you guys ever think that this front office and coaching staff knows what they're doing?
Originally posted by Strwy2Hevn:
We got decidedly worse with the subtraction of Edwards and addition of this guy

You guys crack me up.

Edwards has done NOTHING this year and was going to do NOTHING for the rest of the year. He couldn't run. He couldn't catch.

At least this guy is healthy.
Looking at this guy's highlights, it looks like he has great hands which is a welcome sight.
i think hastings will play this week but once ginn and williams are back he will more than likely be released and depending on what happens with dalenie reuland will more than likely be brought up. After this week, TE is more of a need than WR if delanie is out. Hastings knows the system, can do an adequate job this week. Signing TO would be a bad move at this point in the season
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
Originally posted by gamechanger:
http://blog.sfgate.com/49ers/2011/12/27/49ers-wide-receiver-list-unlikely-to-include-big-names/

Hastings (6-0, 185), a rookie, is a member of the Niners' practice squad. He had 87 catches for 1,546 yards as a senior at Division II Washburn University last year.

Finneran, 35, and Chambers, 33, are NFL veterans who last played in the league in 2010. Finneran had 19 catches for 166 yards and three touchdowns with the Falcons last year. Chambers had 22 catches for 213 yards and a touchdown with the Chiefs in 2010.

The wideouts competed in the 40-yard dash at that workout in October. Harbaugh said Hastings finished first and Swain was second.

T.O would of finish first

Get. Over. It.

Was. Never. Gonna. Happen.

You guys play too much Madden.
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
Originally posted by gamechanger:
http://blog.sfgate.com/49ers/2011/12/27/49ers-wide-receiver-list-unlikely-to-include-big-names/

Hastings (6-0, 185), a rookie, is a member of the Niners' practice squad. He had 87 catches for 1,546 yards as a senior at Division II Washburn University last year.

Finneran, 35, and Chambers, 33, are NFL veterans who last played in the league in 2010. Finneran had 19 catches for 166 yards and three touchdowns with the Falcons last year. Chambers had 22 catches for 213 yards and a touchdown with the Chiefs in 2010.

The wideouts competed in the 40-yard dash at that workout in October. Harbaugh said Hastings finished first and Swain was second.

T.O would of finish first

Get. Over. It.

Was. Never. Gonna. Happen.

You guys play too much Madden.

This.
Have we learned nothing this season about publicly hating on the Niners' personnel moves before seeing them play?
Originally posted by okdkid:
Have we learned nothing this season about publicly hating on the Niners' personnel moves before seeing them play?

ya, hate the moves, then when it works out, act like u didnt
Originally posted by okdkid:
Have we learned nothing this season about publicly hating on the Niners' personnel moves before seeing them play?

We seen this guy play in the preseason I dont remember him catching any balls then. But your right they've made the right decisions so far so we'll just sit back and watch.
it's really no surprise at all. I mean that is the reason why we have a practice squad. he knows the system, been in it all year. harbaugh would not have promoted from the practice squad if he did not feel it was better than going outside the team. no surprises here