How 49ers rookie TE Kaden Smith can become instant contributor

May 14, 2019 at 6:00 PM--


The 49ers' sixth-round pick might have a bigger impact than most sixth-round selections.
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Stephen A. Smith has been very critical of those who are quick to praise San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. That's not to say that the ESPN personality feels Garoppolo is a bad quarterback. He's repeatedly stated that isn't the case. The First Take host, however, doesn't believe Garoppolo belongs in the discussion of the league's best quarterbacks. "That defense, that running game, Travis Kelce (Note: he meant George Kittle), and Kyle Shanahan are people you think about before Jimmy G ever enters your head," Smith said on Thursday, "and you're the quarterback for the team. Stop it. I mean, please. Is he ready to be a star? He's ready to look like a star because he's got stars around him." One 49ers player, wide receiver Deebo Samuel,

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By David Bonilla
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San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh spoke with team reporter Keiana Martin for this week's State of the Franchise event and discussed rookie defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw. Saleh offered up his scouting report of the team's first-round pick. "He's a very large human being," Saleh shared, "very explosive, very powerful, plays with the mindset that we like, a very angry football player. So he possesses the skill set that we look for, especially at the defensive line spot." As a rookie, Kinlaw will be among the players most impacted by an abnormal offseason limited by the COVID-19 pandemic. Players have yet to meet face-to-face with their coaches. Unlike returning players, though, Kinlaw is trying to pick up a new defense, an NFL-sized

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'We want some redemption': Nick Bosa discusses 49ers' mindset, rookie Javon Kinlaw

By David Bonilla
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The 2019 season ended just short of the San Francisco 49ers' goal. The loss in Super Bowl LIV left a sour taste in their mouths and motivated the players to seek redemption during the upcoming season. Defensive end Nick Bosa was among several players who spoke during this week's State of the Franchise event. He discussed the mindset after last season and why it could mean bad news for opposing teams in 2020. "Just the run we made, it was unbelievable," Bosa told Keiana Martin and Greg Papa during a group discussion. "Obviously, one team ends the season happy, and we obviously want some redemption, and that's where our focus is going to be this offseason. "I know I've been training, and I know our team has been training really hard. We're itching to

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