49ers Mailbag: How Arik Armstead’s breakout season impacts free agency

Oct 26, 2019 at 12:00 PM--


49ers defensive lineman Arik Armstead is having a breakout season.Armstead, in his fifth season, has turned into a dominant force both as a run defender
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Arik Armstead just misses NFL Top 100 Players of 2020, ranking No. 104

By David Bonilla
Jul 29, 2020

So close. San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Arik Armstead had a career-high and team-leading 10 sacks last season and added two more in the playoffs. The team rewarded him with a five-year deal worth up to $85 million. NFL Network is counting down the NFL Top 100 Players of 2020. In doing so, it revealed some of the names who just missed this year's version of the annual ranking. Armstead came in at No. 104 in voting. The NFL Top 100 Players list is voted on by players and is based on performance during the previous year and predicted performance during the upcoming season. The list is in its 10th season on NFL Network. The 49ers

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Trent Williams expects Jerick McKinnon to be 49ers' breakout player

By David Bonilla
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Trent Williams got a good look at San Francisco 49ers running back Jerick McKinnon this offseason. The two were part of a small group of players working out in Houston with Washington running back Adrian Peterson. Before that, Williams became McKinnon's teammate when the offensive tackle was traded to the 49ers in April. From what Williams has seen, he expects the running back to surprise a lot of people this season. "I'm looking forward to seeing Jet," Williams told reporters on Thursday via a video conference call. "After two years, the way he's looked in the offseason, I just can't fathom him not being a breakout player." McKinnon

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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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