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49ers release first depth chart of the 2022 preseason

Aug 9, 2022 at 8:55 AM--

The San Francisco 49ers released their first "unofficial" depth chart of the 2022 preseason. It is worth noting that the depth chart was compiled by the 49ers Communications staff and not the coaching staff, thus the "unofficial" label. It offers fans the best guess at what to expect as the team heads into its first preseason game.

Below is a rundown of what the depth chart looks like. The players are listed in the order of depth, with starters first.

Jimmy Garoppolo, who is not expected to remain on the roster by the start of the regular season, is listed as the fourth quarterback on the depth chart.

Cornerback Jason Verrett and tight end Charlie Woerner are on the physically-unable-to-perform (PUP) list. Defensive lineman Kalia Davis is on the non-football injury (NFI) list. Defensive lineman Maurice Hurst and tight end Jordan Matthews are on season-ending injured reserve.


Trey Lance, Nate Sudfeld, Brock Purdy, Jimmy Garoppolo

Running backs
Elijah Mitchell, Jeff Wilson Jr., Trey Sermon/JaMycal Hasty, Tyrion Davis-Price/Jordan Mason

Kyle Juszczyk, Josh Hokit

Wide receivers 1
Deebo Samuel, Jauan Jennings, Malik Turner, Austin Mack, KeeSean Johnson, Tay Martin

Wide receivers 2
Brandon Aiyuk, Ray-Ray McCloud III, Danny Gray, Marcus Johnson, Willie Snead IV

Left tackles
Trent Williams, Colton McKivitz, Sam Schlueter, Alfredo Gutierrez

Left guards
Aaron Banks, Jason Poe

Jake Brendel, Daniel Brunskill, Dohnovan West

Right guards
Spencer Burford, Keaton Sutherland, Nick Zakelj

Right tackles
Mike McGlinchey, Jaylon Moore, Justin Skule, Jordan Mills

Tight ends
George Kittle, Tyler Kroft, Ross Dwelley, Troy Fumagalli, Tanner Hudson


Left defensive ends
Samson Ebuka, Drake Jackson, Kerry Hyder Jr., Kemoko Turay

Left defensive tackles
Javon Kinlaw, Kevin Givens, Akeem Spence, Tomasi Laulile

Right defensive tackles
Arik Armstead, Hassan Ridgeway, Robert Nkemdiche, Kevin Atkins

Right defensive ends
Nick Bosa, Charles Omenihu, Jordan Willis, Alex Barrett

SAM linebackers
Azeez Al-Shaair, Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles

MIKE linebackers
Fred Warner, Curtis Robinson, Marcelino McCrary-Ball, Jeremiah Gemmel

WILL linebackers
Dre Greenlaw, Oren Burks, Segun Olubi

Left cornerbacks
Emmanuel Moseley, Dontae Johnson, Deommodore Lenoir, Tariq Castro-Fields

Right cornerbacks
Charvarius Ward, Ambry Thomas, Ka'dar Hollman

Nickel cornerbacks
Darqueze Dennard, Samuel Womack III, Qwuantrezz Knight

Free safeties
Jimmie Ward, George Odum, Leon O'Neal Jr.

Strong safeties
Talanoa Hufanga, Tarvarius Moore, Tayler Hawkins

Special Teams

Punter: Mitch Wishnowsky
Kicker: Robbie Gould
Holder: Mitch Wishnowsky
Punt returners: Ray-Ray McCloud III, Brandon Aiyuk, KeeSean Johnson
Kick-off returners: Ray-Ray McCloud III, Danny Gray, Marcus Johnson
Long snapper: Taybor Pepper

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