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2019 49ers 53-player roster breakdown at Saturday cut-down deadline

Aug 31, 2019 at 1:48 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers have their 53-player roster after two days' worth of moves, which started on Friday morning.

Below is a breakdown, position-by-position, of the players who remain. Of course, this could change based on any transactions that take place after 1 p.m. on Saturday.

Starting at 9 a.m. PT on Sunday, NFL teams can claim any of the over 1,100 new free agents who were waived by their respective teams. The 49ers are No. 2 when it comes to waiver-wire priority. Only the Arizona Cardinals sit ahead of them.

The 49ers will also begin putting together a 10-man practice squad at 10 a.m. on Sunday.

* Rookie player

Quarterbacks


C.J. Beathard
Jimmy Garoppolo
Nick Mullens

Running Backs


Matt Breida
Tevin Coleman
Raheem Mostert

Fullback


Kyle Juszczyk

Wide Receivers


Kendrick Bourne
Marquise Goodwin
Jalen Hurd *
Richie James Jr.
Dante Pettis
Deebo Samuel *
Trent Taylor

Tight Ends


Ross Dwelley
George Kittle
Kaden Smith *
Levine Toilolo

Offensive Linemen


Daniel Brunskill
Ben Garland
Mike McGlinchey
Mike Person
Weston Richburg
Laken Tomlinson
Justin Skule *
Joe Staley

Defensive Linemen


Arik Armstead
Ronald Blair
Nick Bosa *
DeForest Buckner
Sheldon Day
Dee Ford
D.J. Jones
Kentavius Street
Jullian Taylor
Solomon Thomas

Linebackers


Azeez Al-Shaair *
Kwon Alexander
Dre Greenlaw *
Mark Nzeocha
Fred Warner

Defensive Backs


Tarvarius Moore
Emmanuel Moseley
D.J. Reed
Richard Sherman
Jaquiski Tartt
Jason Verrett
K'Waun Williams
Ahkello Witherspoon
Jimmie Ward

Specialists


Robbie Gould
Colin Holba
Mitch Wishnowsky *

Injured Reserve List


Shon Coleman, T
Tim Harris, CB
Jerick McKinnon, RB
Nick Williams, WR

Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform List


Garrett Celek, TE

Reserve/Suspended List


Kyle Nelson, LS

Below is a list of the players who were part of the 49ers' roster cut-down over the past two days.

Released or Waived


DT Jay Bromley
CB Chris Campbell
S Adrian Colbert (waived/injured)
DB Antone Exum
Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles
DL Jamell Garcia-Williams
G Joshua Garnett
DT Kevin Givens
S Marcell Harris
TE Daniel Helm
WR Malik Henry
DB Jordan Holland
CB Dontae Johnson
OL Wesley Johnson
OL Andrew Lauderdale (waived/injured)
LB Elijah Lee
WR Jordan Matthews
TE Tyree Mayfield
LB David Mayo
DE Damontre Moore
LB LaRoy Reynolds
OL Ross Reynolds
S Tyree Robinson
CB Quinten Rollins
QB Wilton Speight
WR Chris Thompson
DL Jordan Thompson
G Najee Toran
DE Jeremiah Valoaga
RB Austin Walter
RB Brandon Wilds
RB Jeff Wilson
T Sam Young





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