In remarks this past week, 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman hinted that San Francisco's offense in 2014 might be far different than it has been the past three seasons.Since head coach Jim Harabaugh and his staff took over the team, it's been a run-first, power offense in an age of wide-open passing games. But the throwback-style offense has succeeded, helping the 49ers reach three straight NFC Championship Games and a Super Bowl.Yet now with the best group of wide receivers the team has had in years, Roman says the Niners offense will be "different.""We went through everything we've done and really stripped it down to its most element, basic parts and start over at square one," Roman told Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group. - Limit on Full-Contact Football Heads to California Gov. Jerry BrownSo, it's possible in 2014 that quarterback Colin Kaepernick will be throwing the football 30 or more times per game, looking for wideouts Michael Crabtree, Anquan Boldin, Stevie Johnson, Brandon Lloyd, Quinton Patton and rookie speedster Bruce Ellington. But some 49ers observers are skeptical about such a sudden change – including Matt Barrows, who covers the team for the...