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The 49ers just re-signed their most underrated player, tight end Ross Dwelley.

They gave him a one-year contract extension Cheap San Francisco 49ers Jerseys through next season. Dwelley was scheduled to become a restricted free agent, but chose not to test the market. Instead, he stayed with the team that signed him as an undrafted free agent and developed him the past three years.

On the surface, this move seems insignificant. Dwelley caught 19 passes, gained 245 yards and scored just one touchdown last season — not eye-popping numbers. But he never missed a game, and even started in nine of them because George Kittle missed half the season.

And Dwelley performed extremely well as Kittle’s understudy. Check out these numbers: Dwelley averaged 12.9 yards per catch in 2020, and Kittle averaged 13.2. Dwelley averaged 5.6 yards after the catch per reception, and Kittle averaged 6.2. And Dwelley caught 79.2 percent of his targets while Kittle caught 76.2 percent.

Dwelley did an admirable Kittle impression, and improved tremendously in the process. And Dwelley still has room to grow. He just turned 26 in January, and could become much more involved in the passing game next season if Kyle Juszczyk and/or Kendrick Bourne sign elsewhere in free agency.

Dwelley is a terrific route runner with exceptional hand-eye coordination and long arms — that’s why he catches such a high percentage of the passes that come his way. He can replace Bourne as the designated third down/red zone possession receiver — Dwelley has not dropped a pass in his career. And he can replace Juszczyk as the starting fullback as well if necessary.

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The San Francisco 49ers aren’t done re-signing/signing players in free agency and still have over 20 unrestricted free agents. After losing Kendrick Bourne to the Patriots, and it is unlikely the Niners re-sign Trent Taylor, the current San Francisco 49ers Jerseys China receiving core looks like this:

Deebo Samuel
Brandon Aiyuk
Richie James
River Cracraft
Jalen Hurd
Travis Benjamin
Jauan Jennings

James was quietly effective last season as he had 23 receptions for 394 yards. That’s an average of 17.1 yards per reception. Fourteen of James’ 23 receptions went for first downs, and the quarterbacks had a 113.3 rating when targeting James. I’d love to see him get more of an opportunity, but consistency has been an issue throughout his career.

Cracraft is a special teamer. We have no evidence that Hurd is reliable. Jennings was hurt his entire rookie season and was below Tavon Austin and Shawn Poindexter’s last training camp. Benjamin opted out last season.

That leads us to the free-agent market. Over the Cap has the Niners at around $13 million in cap space before Dee Ford’s restructured contract. The team could extend Laken Tomlinson, Mike McGlinchey, and/or Fred Warner to create more cap space if needed. If there is a player on the market San Francisco wants to sign, they won’t be hindered by the cap.

Here’s a look at some notable free-agent wide receivers available. I’m leaving off Kenny Golladay as he’s expected to sign with the New York Giants. Let’s act as if JuJu Smith-Schuster lands with the Jets as well:

T.Y. Hilton
Golden Tate
Will Fuller
Antonio Brown
DeSean Jackson
Willie Snead

Hilton, 31, is a player that is talented, but I wouldn’t call a “fit” for Kyle Shanahan’s offense. He feels closer to a possession receiver who doesn’t create for himself after the catch. Don’t be fooled by Hilton’s size. He’s primarily an outside receiver. While I like the idea of Samuel playing more as a slot receiver, I wouldn’t give Hilton the money he’ll command on the market in this offense. Pass.

Tate had numerous incidents with the Giants, and it feels like he’s been what most people would describe as a “locker room problem” everywhere he’s been. It would be smart for the 49ers to add a veteran presence as we saw what that did for Deebo during the second half of his rookie year. But adding any veteran doesn’t make sense. Tate, who will be 33 when the season starts, has always been known as one of the best wide receivers in the league when the ball is in his hands. The last time he played in 16 games was in 2017. Pass.

Fuller is a tremendous talent who also excelled early in his career as a punt returner. Fuller will be 27 in April. When he was on the field for the Texans, their offense was dynamic. Fuller averaged 16 yards per reception this past season on 53 catches and had eight touchdowns. He’s a walking big-play threat, but 38 of those receptions were first downs. This may surprise some, but Fuller averaged 5.5 yards after the catch.

Will Fuller stayed healthy for this first time in his career last season before getting suspended the final five games for PEDs. Fuller would be the best name available.

You know all about Brown and Jackson. Snead is an interesting name as he’s a guy who wins over the middle of the field and is surprisingly effective after the catch, despite not having the same physical tools as a player like Fuller. Snead would be cheap, effective, and is sure-handed. Nearly 70% of Snead’s receptions last season went for a first down. If you’re unfamiliar with Snead, he’s as similar of a player to Bourne on this list.

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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel isn’t worried about the Los Angeles Rams in 2021, even after the acquisition of veteran quarterback Matthew Stafford.

“I ain’t lost to them in two years,” he told Deion Sanders and Jamie Dukes on the 21st & Prime podcast (h/t David Bonilla of 49ersWebZone.com). “I ain’t lost to the Rams in two years, so it is what it is. They try to do what we do, but they can’t do it Wholesale San Francisco 49ers Jerseys like we do it, you feel what I’m saying?”

He wasn’t exactly complimentary of the Rams offense, either.

“The Rams want to play-action all game,” he added. “They ain’t dropping back and letting the ball go. They can’t do it. They want to play-action, get their little down flats, the little flat routes all game, just let their people run. You ain’t gonna win like that.”

Samuel’s beef with the Rams is nothing new. During the 2020 season, Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald claimed he didn’t know who Samuel was when asked a question about him after the Niners beat the Rams 24-16 in October.

Samuel had something to say following both that game and the Niners’ 23-20 win in November:

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He earned the right to chirp. In the two wins, he combined to catch 17 passes for 199 yards and a touchdown.

Those were easily the highlights of Samuel’s injury-shortened 2020 campaign that saw him play just seven contests. That was the theme of San Francisco’s season, as the team was decimated by injuries on both sides of the ball.

But Samuel believes a healthier San Francisco team will be far more dangerous than the 6-10 version from 2020.

“Me, [George] Kittle, and Brandon Aiyuk, out of 1,100 plays, how many plays do you think we played together this past season?” he asked Sanders and Dukes. “One hundred and fifty-six. Me, Kittle, Aiyuk, and Jimmy [Garoppolo], how many plays you think we played out of 1,100? One hundred and twenty-six. Now, you do the math for that.”