49ers get down to 53 player limit

Aug 31, 2013 at 3:10 PM--




The San Francisco 49ers got their roster count down to the required 53 player limit before Saturday's 3 PM deadline. One of the more surprising moves was the release of long snapper Brian Jennings, who had been with the team for 13 seasons.

The following is a list of Saturday's 21 cuts.

T Carter Bykowski
WR Austin Collie
CB Marcus Cooper
TE MarQueis Gray
WR Chad Hall
RB Jewel Hampton
WR Lavelle Hawkins
LB Joe Holland
WR Chuck Jacobs
LS Brian Jennings
LB Travis Johnson
CB Darryl Morris
G Patrick Omameh
WR Kassim Osgood
NT Mike Purcell
S Trenton Robinson
FB Jason Schepler
S Michael Thomas
G Wayne Tribue
QB Seneca Wallace
T Kenny Wiggins

Tomorrow, the 49ers can begin building their 8-player practice squad.

Article photo by Kyle Terada of USA Today Sports





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