49ers give up 2008 selection, not swap

Apr 28, 2007 at 3:26 PM--


There is some confusion on what the 49ers gave up for the 28th overall selection. While 49ers.com originally said that they swapped 2008 first rounders with New England, they have corrected it to say that we have given the Patriots our first round selection. The 49ers also gave up the 110th selection in this draft.

Matt Maiocco of the Press Democrat has also stated this and said, "It's a very confident pick. Obviously, the 49ers expect to be drafting late in the first round next year."





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