It’s difficult to imagine an iteration of the 2020 draft where the 49ers don’t move backward at some point in the first round. They could have an opportunity to do so with their 13th pick, but the more likely scenario appears to involve them moving out of the No.
The San Francisco 49ers underwent a handful of notable defensive changes already in 2020. With the NFL Draft just around the corner, Niner Noise predicts the defense’s starters for this upcoming season.
The 49ers had 24 players set to hit the free agent market when the offseason began, and while they’ve retained some of their key players, they’ve lost a few, including DeForest Buckner in a trade with the Colts.
The 49ers’ offseason hasn’t generated a ton of news since the signing of Arik Armstead and the DeForest Buckner trade, but Chris Biderman of the Sacramento Bee and Kyle Madson took stock of the team’s free agent moves in the latest Candlestick Chronicles podcast.
nb游戏平台 The 49ers held another pre-draft meeting via FaceTime – the new norm in the COVID-19 world. Michigan State defensive lineman Kenny Willekes told Justin Melo of the Draft Wire that he had a video chat with the 49ers, along with a handful of other teams.
Many general managers are scrambling to create temporary draft rooms. Meanwhile, San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynchnb游戏平台 welcomed 49ers’ fans into his home on Friday with a short video that captured his temporary draft room.
The 49ers set out to retain as much of their 2019 roster as possible heading into the 2020 season. That led to a relatively slow free agency period where a majority of their moves have been re-signing key depth players and a couple of defensive starters.