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Roster moves: D.J. Reed's season ends, Richie James taken off reserve/COVID-19 list, two activated, no 49ers opt out of season so far

By David Bonilla
Aug 3, 2020

San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch announced a few roster moves before a Monday afternoon press conference conducted via Zoom. One was the decision to place safety D.J. Reed on the reserve/non-football injury list, effectively ending his season. The versatile defensive back suffered a torn pectoral muscle in June. "That's a tough one for us," Lynch told reporters. "The earliest we might have had D.J. back was early November. It's a four-to-six-month injury, so that's been an active conversation Kyle and myself and the medical folks have been having. Ultimately, too difficult to keep a roster spot for something that may go into December. So we made that

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Seahawks claim former 49ers safety D.J. Reed off waivers

By David Bonilla
Aug 5, 2020

Well, this one was a bit of a shocker. The San Francisco 49ers gambled and waived D.J. Reed with an injury designation this week, anticipating that the safety would clear waivers and revert to the team's NFI reserve list. That's not how things played out. The Seattle Seahawks, of course, swooped in and claimed Reed. The move is a curious one, as general manager John Lynch said on Monday that the safety isn't expected to be healthy until maybe early November. In a season about to be played amid a pandemic, roster spots are more valuable than ever. Of course: The

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Trent Williams says Nick Bosa will be 'pivotal tool' in knocking off rust

By David Bonilla
Aug 6, 2020

Offensive tackle Trent Williams hasn't played an NFL snap since 2018. He finds himself returning to the game with a new team after a trade sent him from Washington to the San Francisco 49ers. Williams has stayed in shape, though, and identified one tool available to him in his preparation for the 2020 season — new teammate Nick Bosa. Williams considers the reigning NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year to be one of the game's best pass rushers and can't wait to go against him in practices. "He's going to be a pivotal tool for me to use to knock the rust off," Williams told reporters on Thursday via a video conference call. "Probably one of the biggest challenges that I can face all year is Nick. I think he's one of the top four or five rushers in

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