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The San Francisco 49ers have announced that defensive linemen D.J. Jones and Jordan Willis have been added to the reserve/COVID-19 list, increasing the team's total number of players on the list to nine. The team has also waived linebacker Kiko Alonso due to a failed physical. He was part of the trade that sent linebacker Kwon Alexander to the New Orleans Saints. Defensive lineman Arik Armstead was added to the reserve/COVID-19 list on Monday, November 16. Two days later, rookie Javon Kinlaw was added to the list. Center Hroniss Grasu and linebacker Joe Walker were added on that Thursday. Then wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk, tight end Daniel Helm, and tackle Trent Williams were added on

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Fred Warner, Jason Verrett among 49ers to be named to PFF's 2020 Midseason All-Pro Team

By David Bonilla
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Three San Francisco 49ers players were named to Pro Football Focus' 2020 Midseason NFL All-Pro Team. Two on defense and one on offense. We'll start with offense, where left tackle Trent Williams was named to the second team of the honorary roster. Garett Bolles of the Denver Broncos earned first-team honors. However, Williams ranks as the highest-graded left tackle in the NFL and owns a slightly higher grade than Bolles (89.8 vs. 89.6). The two other 49ers play on the defensive side of the football. Fred Warner earned first-team honors. "Fred Warner has become a coverage

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