Kerry Hyder ready for chance to contribute on 49ers’ banged-up D-line

Sep 24, 2020 at 2:21 PM--


It continues to be "next man up" as injuries mount for the 49ers' defense.
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Kyle Shanahan praises Kerry Hyder, says D-lineman has saved injury-ravaged 49ers

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There is no doubt that injuries have played a significant role in the regression of the San Francisco 49ers this season. As Bleacher Report stated in its most recent power rankings, "The Super Bowl hangover has claimed another victim." The defensive line, a strength last season for the defending NFC champions, is among the groups that have been transformed due to injuries. It is almost unrecognizable from the unit that helped lift the team to 13 wins and the division crown last season. Gone are DeForest Buckner, who was traded, Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas, who

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'It's a tough deal': Kyle Shanahan, Fred Warner, Kerry Hyder discuss the roughing-the-passer penalty

By David Bonilla
Nov 15, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers were still in the game at that point. It looked like defensive lineman Kentavius Street made a critical play, getting to New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees to force a 3rd-and-long. Then 49ers players saw the flag thrown. It was frustrating because it looked like Street had done everything right. He didn't drive his weight into Brees and even landed on his side to ensure that it was a textbook sack. Teammates who did not make the trip to New Orleans and were watching from home were vocal with their dissatisfaction with the outcome. "I don't understand that call!!" cornerback Richard Sherman tweeted out. "Street landed off

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49ers-Saints: Kyle Shanahan says 'there's a chance' Kendrick Bourne returns Friday to help depleted receiver group

By David Bonilla
Nov 12, 2020

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Kendrick Bourne once again landed on the reserve/COVID-19 list this week. That was the case last week too. Of course, Kyle Shanahan's squad had a Thursday-night game scheduled last week, which didn't leave enough time for Bourne to return after testing positive for the virus. This week may be different. The fourth-year receiver could return in time for this weekend's game against the New Orleans Saints after his second time on the reserve/COVID-19 list in the span of a week. Shanahan hopes to have him at practice on Friday. "We'll find out about Bourne here," Shanahan said on KNBR's Tolbert, Krueger & Brooks show. "I know there's a chance we can get him tomorrow with the COVID protocols. He's been out of the building

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