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Free agent Ezekiel Ansah would force 49ers to balance risk versus reward

Jan 23, 2018 at 3:00 PM--


Looking at the possibility of the 49ers going after Lions free agent pass rusher Ezekiel Ansah.
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Peter King: A healthy 49ers team would be the best in the NFC West, could be the best next year

By David Bonilla
Nov 25, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers are far from the best team within the NFC West. At 4-6, they sit at the bottom of the division, looking up at the slugfest for first place between the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks. The Arizona Cardinals are in a close second-place spot. Of course, injuries have been a significant part of the 49ers' storyline this season. The roster has been decimated unlike any in recent memory, and the defending NFC champions look almost unrecognizable on the football field. A healthy 49ers team probably would be in the thick of things. That's what Peter King of NBC Sports believes. In fact, a healthy Niners squad may have once again been the measuring stick of the division. Unfortunately for head coach Kyle Shanahan and his

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Bleacher Report lists 49ers' Trent Williams among 2021 free agents poised to be overpaid

By David Bonilla
Nov 24, 2020

First off, it's worth noting that Bleacher Report's Chris Roling lists Indianapolis Colts cornerback Xavier Rhodes among the crop of 2021 free agents most likely to be overpaid next offseason. How could that be relevant to San Francisco 49ers fans? Roling lists the Niners as potential suitors. It is worth noting that this is likely based purely on speculation and not any insider knowledge surrounding the team's thinking. Still, San Francisco doesn't have a cornerback signed beyond this season. Not one. So, expect San Francisco to be linked to several defensive backs during the upcoming offseason, including its own. Also on Roling's

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49ers-Saints: John Lynch 'not too encouraged' about Deebo Samuel, provides updates on Kendrick Bourne, other receivers

By David Bonilla
Nov 13, 2020

San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch joined KNBR this morning, as he does every other week, and provided several updates to the team's receivers group. The 49ers were undermanned last week against the Green Bay Packers, which contributed to the 34-17 defeat. Quick summary: Deebo Samuel will try to practice on Friday. His status remains uncertain. Kendrick Bourne will travel with the 49ers this weekend. Trent Taylor and River Cracraft are on track to play. Lynch started with Samuel, who remains a long shot to play this weekend against the New Orleans Saints. "I think the final challenge or opportunity for Deebo to show that he can go is out here on Friday," Lynch said on the Murph & Mac

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