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49ers’ position breakdown during Week 2 of OTAs

May 30, 2018 at 10:19 AM--

The San Francisco 49ers kicked off their second week of organized team activities this week. The 49ers Communications department provided the following 90-player roster breakdown by position group, which is ordered by player number.

Wednesday's practice, which is the only one open to the media this week, is scheduled to begin at noon. Defensive coordinator Robert Saleh will speak with reporters after practice.

Num Quarterbacks (4)
3 C.J. Beathard
4 Nick Mullens
6 Jack Heneghan
10 Jimmy Garoppolo

Num Wide Receivers (11)
1 Max McCaffrey
7 Steven Dunbar Jr.
11 Marquise Goodwin
13 Aaron Burbridge
15 Pierre Garçon
17 Victor Bolden Jr.
18 Dante Pettis
19 Aldrick Robinson
81 Trent Taylor
82 Richie James Jr.
84 Kendrick Bourne

Num Running Backs/Fullbacks (8)
22 Matt Breida
28 Jerick McKinnon
31 Raheem Mostert
32 Joe Williams
33 Jeremy McNichols
41 Jeff Wilson
44 Kyle Juszczyk
46 Malcolm Johnson

Num Tight Ends (5)
49 Ross Dwelley
83 Cole Hikutini
85 George Kittle
88 Garrett Celek
89 Cole Wick

Num Offensive Linemen (16)
58 Weston Richburg
61 Andrew Lauderdale
62 Erik Magnuson
63 Alan Knott
64 Jonathan Cooper
65 Joshua Garnett
66 Najee Toran
67 Jamar McGloster
68 Mike Person
69 Mike McGlinchey
71 Pace Murphy
74 Joe Staley
75 Laken Tomlinson
76 Garry Gilliam
77 Coleman Shelton
78 Darrell Williams Jr.

Num Defensive Linemen (13)
54 Cassius Marsh
66 Blaine Woodson
67 Niles Scott
77 Jullian Taylor
90 Earl Mitchell
91 Arik Armstead
92 Jeremiah Attaochu
93 D.J. Jones
94 Solomon Thomas
95 Kentavius Street
96 Sheldon Day
98 Ronald Blair III
99 DeForest Buckner

Num Linebackers (10)
47 Elijah Lee
48 Fred Warner
50 Brock Coyle
51 Malcolm Smith
53 Mark Nzeocha
55 Pita Taumoepenu
56 Reuben Foster
57 Eli Harold
59 Korey Toomer
97 Dekoda Watson

Num Defensive Backs (19)
6 Terrell Williams Jr.
14 C.J. Goodwin
20 Jimmie Ward
23 Ahkello Witherspoon
24 K'Waun Williams
25 Richard Sherman
26 Greg Mabin
27 Adrian Colbert
29 Jaquiski Tartt
30 Tyvis Powell
33 Tarvarus McFadden
36 Don Jones
38 Trovon Reed
40 D.J. Reed Jr.
41 Emmanuel Moseley
43 Chanceller James
45 Tarvarius Moore
46 Corey Griffin
49 Marcell Harris

Num Specialists (4)
2 Jeff Locke
5 Bradley Pinion
9 Robbie Gould
86 Kyle Nelson

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