Brandon Lloyd is saying all the right things, has a nice resume and appears eager to prove himself once again.But how much impact can the 49ers' newest wide receiver – now 32 – have on his new team in 2014?Lloyd, who recently signed a free-agent contract to re-join the team that drafted him in 2003, sat out last season to pursue his interests in acting and music. Now he's trying to make the roster of a team that wants to get more production from a third wideout. The hope is that San Francisco will be able to land a field-stretching speed receiver in the draft that begins May 8, with one of its top picks to join starters Michael Crabtree and Anquan Boldin.But Lloyd – who had 74 catches for 911 yards, four touchdowns and a 12.3-yard average in 2012 with the New England Patriots – believes he can be an impact player in San Francisco.This week, Lloyd said in an interview on the "KNBR Morning Show" that, "I've improved dramatically as a player and a person" and is eager to contribute to a team that has been just a step or two away from winning an NFL championship the past three seasons."Every person wants to say, 'I want to be on a championship-caliber team,' "...