49ers “Hopeful” to See Rookie Jauan Jennings Make NFL Debut in 2020

Nov 25, 2020 at 4:40 PM--


While working his way back from practice squad injured reserve, San Francisco's seventh-round pick could find an opportunity to make his 49ers debut this season.
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The San Francisco 49ers are moving forward with the assumption that this year's salary cap will be set at $175 million. It will probably be a bit higher, but general manager John Lynch would rather start with the floor. "Anything that we get (above $175 million), I think, is going to be a bonus and gravy, and will help us," John Lynch told Tim Kawakami of The Athletic on The TK Show podcast. "But if it's 175, we'll make it work, and I think we can keep a lot of these players together. You can't keep everyone, but I think we can prioritize. We'll have a very good plan, and I feel really good about our team, moving forward." Of course, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo's

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Fred Warner voted the 2020 49ers Webzone MVP by fans

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Every year, we poll 49ers Webzone fans to determine the San Francisco 49ers' most valuable player in the eyes of The Faithful. Our fans have been choosing an MVP on an annual basis since after the 1998 season when quarterback Steve Young became the first player to win the honor. Since then, just four linebackers have won. They are Julian Peterson (2003), Patrick Willis (2007, 2010), NaVorro Bowman (2015), and now Fred Warner, who is the latest winner. Warner ran away with the fan voting, garnering 78.6 percent of the votes. The next-closest player was rookie wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk, who earned 6.4 percent of the

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PFF honors 49ers' Trent Williams with 2020 best O-lineman award

By David Bonilla
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Trent Williams had a helluva audition with the San Francisco 49ers in 2020. The team traded to acquire him from Washington, knowing that the offensive tackle had just one year remaining on his contract. Now, Williams is scheduled to hit free agency, and he may be the most important offseason candidate to be re-signed. Williams wasn't just Pro Football Focus' highest-graded tackle from this past season. He was the second-highest graded offensive lineman. Only guard Wyatt Teller of the Cleveland Browns earned a higher overall grade (92.9 vs. 91.9). But it was Williams who was honored by Pro Football Focus this week as the league's best offensive lineman. The analytics site

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