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The 49ers signed Ansah to a one-year deal following the Week 2 loss of Nick Bosa and Dee Ford. He appeared in just two games before suffering a season-ending bicep injury.

QB C.J. Beathard

San Francisco’s backup quarterback closed out the season for the 49ers following injuries to Jimmy Garoppolo and Nick Mullens. He played six total games and started San Francisco’s final two contests. Beathard finished his fourth season Wholesale San Francisco 49ers Jerseys with the 49ers completing 63.5 percent of his passes, a career high, for 787 yards, six touchdowns and no interceptions.

OL Tony Bergstrom

Bergstrom was signed to San Francisco’s practice squad in late October and was elevated to the active roster for the team’s final four contests.

DL Ronald Blair III

Blair III remained on the Physically Unable to Perform list (PUP) throughout the season after suffering setbacks in his recovery from an ACL injury sustained in Week 10 of 2019.

WR Kendrick Bourne

The former undrafted free agent appeared in 15 games in San Francisco (five starts) and was second on the team behind Brandon Aiyuk in yards (667), targets (74) and receptions (49). He led the team with 13.6 yards per catch for pass catchers with 25 or more receptions. He also added two touchdowns on the season.

RB Tevin Coleman

In his second season with the 49ers, Coleman appeared in eight games and amassed 87 yards from scrimmage on 32 touches in a crowded backfield featuring Raheem Mostert, Jeff Wilson Jr. and Jerick McKinnon.

OL Tom Compton

Compton played in seven games and made three starts at right guard. The veteran offensive lineman missed multiple games after suffering two concussions in a span of three weeks.

OL Ben Garland

With Weston Richburg spending the season on PUP, Garland stepped in and played five games at center. Garland suffered a calf injury in Week 6 that kept him sidelined for the remainder of the season.

OL Hroniss Grasu

The 49ers signed Grasu in August with the team’s number of injuries at center. He played in nine games and made three starts in his lone season in San Francisco.

DL Kerry Hyder Jr.

In his first season with the 49ers, Hyder Jr. appeared in all 16 games and finished the season with career highs in sacks (8.5), quarterback hits (18) and tackles (49). Hyder’s 8.5 sacks led all 49ers defenders.

FB Kyle Juszczyk

The 49ers fullback appeared in all 16 games in his fourth season in San Francisco and registered 202 receiving yards on 19 receptions and four touchdowns and added two more scores on the ground, a career high.

** The 49ers signed Juszczyk to a five-year contract extension on March 15.
RB Jerick McKinnon

After being sidelined for two-consecutive seasons due to setbacks from an ACL injury, McKinnon appeared in all 16 games for the first time since 2017. He finished the year with 319 yards rushing on 81 carries and five touchdowns to add to 253 receiving yards on 33 receptions and a score.

CB Dontae Johnson

With the number of injuries at the cornerback position, Johnson appeared in 14 games (three starts) in 2020 and recorded 23 total tackles, two quarterback hits, a sack and three passes defended in his seventh NFL season (six with the 49ers).

DL D.J. Jones

In his fourth season with the 49ers, San Francisco’s nose tackle started 14 games and registered three sacks and three quarterback hits, all career highs, and also notched 20 total tackles and a pass defended.

DL Dion Jordan

San Francisco added depth along their defensive line at the start of training camp with the signing of the former Miami Dolphins 2013 third-overall pick. Jordan appeared in 13 games and tallied three sacks, his largest output since the 2017 season (4.0), five quarterback hits, a forced fumble, fumble recovery and a pass defended.

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We all thought Marquise Goodwin’s time with the 49ers had ended last year, when he was packaged with the 210th Stitched San Francisco 49ers Jerseys overall pick and sent to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for the 190th pick, which became tight end Charlie Woerner.

Oh, how we were wrong. Goodwin, in a truly bizarre occurrence for which there is genuinely no comparison, reverted to the 49ers due to a reported clause in his contract. Because Goodwin opted out of the 2020 NFL season due to COVID-19 and the birth of his daughter, Marae, he never played a snap for the Eagles, that clause came into play and Goodwin was sent back to the 49ers.

According to multiple reports, Goodwin’s return cost the 49ers their seventh-round draft pick, the 238th overall. That means the trade ended up being the 49ers’ 2020 sixth (No. 210) and 2021 seventh-round (No. 238) picks for Charlie Woerner.

They will still retain the seventh-round pick, No. 228 overall, which they acquired in the Jordan Willis trade in which they sent away their 2021 sixth-round pick.

Per NBC Sports’ Matt Maiocco, the 49ers released Goodwin, as expected.

The #49ers released WR Marquise Goodwin, according to a league source.

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With the 49ers having locked up Trent Williams, there are still a few pressing items John Lynch and Co. must address over the next days and weeks.

The San Francisco 49ers no longer have to worry about Cheap San Francisco 49ers Jerseys another team potentially plucking eight-time Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams away in NFL free agency this offseason.

While most Niners fans were fast asleep on the West Coast, news broke San Francisco was inking Williams to a massive six-year, $138 million extension, as first reported by ESPN’s Dianna Russini, which included $55.1 million guaranteed.

In addition to that deal, the 49ers were closing in on signing veteran center Alex Mack, as reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, thereby solving what was an issue last year in the wake of fellow center Weston Richburg’s year-long absence after going down with a serious knee injury late in 2019.

With Richburg expected to be let go and/or retire this offseason, the Niners have mostly solved their offensive line concerns heading towards April’s NFL Draft.

Yet there remains work to be done.

The Williams and Mack deals will cut into what remains of San Francisco’s cap space — $20.5 million, according to Over the Cap, which doesn’t include the Williams and Mack contracts — and in the wake of re-signing fullback Kyle Juszczyk and cornerbacks Jason Verrett and Emmanuel Moseley.

Those roster moves help, but what else will general manager John Lynch and his staff have to do between now and the draft?

49ers still need cornerback, wide receiver depth
After all but bidding farewell to cornerback Richard Sherman and watching fellow corner Ahkello Witherspoon sign with the Seattle Seahawks, the 49ers still must round out their cornerback depth chart.

Nickel corner K’Waun Williams remains a high priority, especially with slot-coverage guys being plucked away elsewhere on the free-agent market. It’s possible the Niners address this need in the draft. But with many a young defensive back struggling in the transition from the collegiate ranks to the pros, going with a rookie starter in this potential void carries some risks. True, San Francisco could insert Moseley at the nickel spot, but that would leave open a need on the boundary.

And we’d be back to the initial problem of finding a third quality starter.

At wide receiver, the 49ers lost their No. 3 player, Kendrick Bourne, in a deal with the New England Patriots. While the Niners already have their top-two wideouts in Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel lined up, the depth behind them remains questionable.

Should San Francisco spend little attention here, it’s possible Richie James receives extra usage in 2021, yet the depth still remains an issue.

Even though the 2021 draft is deep with wide receiver talent, it still wouldn’t be overly shocking to see head coach Kyle Shanahan want an experienced wideout to join the fray, if nothing else but to bolster the competition during training camp.

49ers must still look hard at pass-rushing needs
One of the other key moves the 49ers engineered was to restructure EDGE Dee Ford’s contract, reworking it into a two-year deal worth $24 million.

Ford, who missed all but one game in 2020 with back problems, isn’t guaranteed to be fully healthy by the start of the upcoming season. And despite the Niners onboarding former Los Angeles Rams EDGE Samson Ebukam, he figures to merely be a supplementary pass-rusher, not someone who can regularly play alongside Pro Bowl EDGE Nick Bosa on an every-down basis.

The EDGE free-agent class remains somewhat deep despite a flurry of teams making additions for some of the high-profile players. But pass-rushers rarely come cheap, meaning it wouldn’t be overly shocking to see San Francisco take a gamble on another EDGE on draft day.

Even though the bulk of outside pass-rushers in the draft have some sort of major question mark, and there’s no clear-cut stud available like there was with Bosa back in 2019.

Regardless, getting a pass-rusher in one form or another is still something the 49ers must look hard at.