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49ers 2020 Off-season

San Francisco 49ers 2019 Off-Season Review

Leila Rahimi, Sports Writer, 49ers.com

SANTA CLARA, CA. (AP) -- The San Francisco 49ers are coming off the 2019 season on a rather positive note this time around. Last off-season saw some changes in coaching personnel which paid off in their 12-4 season which is their best season since the inception of the GZL and the first winning season under the current general manager.

The first move of the 2020 off-season was to extend the contracts of all the current coaching staff. Next was to secure some of the players that were close to hitting the market such as MLB Rodney Kates, HB Charles Sims and LT Chuck "The Wall" Kaufman.

There were many positive notes last season such as Left tackle Chuck Kaufman posting his 4th consecutive season without letting a defender get to his QB. He also issued the Kaufman Challenge to his fellow linemen, but apparently they are were not ready for the challenge. WR Josh Gordon was once again a factor in the offense, posting 1444 yards on 80 receptions and scoring only 7 touchdowns on the season. Newcomer to the offense Terrance Williams and former team mate of Gordon at Baylor posted 1126 yards on 71 receptions and finished with 11 touchdowns.

"It's a breath of fresh air" said GM Heard during a phone conference. "While this year was the first of many milestones, we still have a long way to go. We need to stay focused and more importantly we need to stay consistent"

Off -Season Team News

The 49ers released veteran defensive linemen Pernell McPhee and Jerrel Powe in a cap related move.

The team restructured the contract of Chuck Kaufman and signed him to a 7 year deal worth $48mil with a bonus of $13m guaranteed. HB Charles Sims who was the multi-purpose player of the offense, was injured for just about the entire season, but the team hoping that he can return to his rookie and sophmore form gave him a 5 year $25m deal with a $5m bonus. MLB Rodney Kates also received a contract extension in which he received $33m over 5 years with a $8M bonus.

Notable Losses

DE Pernell McPhee (released); DT Jerrell Powe (released); WR Nico Kellogg (traded, Chiefs)

San Francisco 49ers 2019 Draft Selections

This year the 49ers draft didn't start until later in the 4th round, but somehow management forgot to set their clocks so they really didn't have time to scout any players, so most of the picks were roster fillers and not worth noting.

San Francisco 49ers 2019 Off-season Training & Conditioning

The focus of this years Off-season Training & Conditioning was on the secondary. CB Hunter Hill and SS Gerod Hollimon will be this year recipients for the training program. They will be working with olympic class sprinters to increase their overall speed.

Hill and Hollimon will participate in the conditioning program as requested, with Hill working on his resistance to injury, while Hollimon work the bikes to improve his stamina.

San Francisco 49ers 2019 Training Camp

The 49ers will send the following players for mandatory workouts in order to prepare for the upcoming season. FS Gabriel Giordano and MLB Eric Kendricks. Giordano will participate in speed & acceleration drills, while Kendricks is working on boosting his acceleration times.

San Francisco 49ers Depth Chart - 2020
Regular Offense
WRJosh Gordon #12Terrance Williams #83Willie Williams #80Nico Kellogg #84
TEMaxx Williams #84Dorian McDonald #85
LTChuck Kaufman #67Desmond Lang #68
LGBrian Winters #70Muhammad Jenkins #64
CFernando Wilson #60Earl Wilson #62
RGRyan Kowalski #74Thunder Brooks #79
RTDarrell Freeman #75Jordan Stone #66
QBGeno Smith #10Brett Hundley #17
FBMichael Castle #27TBA
HBCharles Sims #34Ernie Gillespsie #27Bernard Pierce #25
Base 4-3 Defense
LDEWhitney Mercilus #94Tyson Mitchell #93
DTJerrell Powe #95Mike Daniels #91Joe Spence #99Taylor Knudsen #98
RDEMichael Estevez #92Pernell McPhee #90
WLBJeremiah Joseph #57Sio Moore #55Tyler Yates #59
MLBRodney Kates #52O.J. Berry #50Michael Mauti #53
SLBLarry Pittman #58Sean Porter #51
CBJamar Taylor #28Hunter Hill #21Alfonzo Dennard #37Casey Hayward #36
SSGerod Hollimon #32Michael Graham #46
FSGabriel Giordano #31Rodney McCleod #49Allen Sanchez #20
Special Teams
KTriton Janikowski #14
PDeShaun Smith #18
PRWillie Williams #80Charlie Sims #34
KRCharlie Sims #34Willie Williams #80
LSEarl Wilson #77

San Francisco 49ers 2020 Season Outlook

The 49ers has had a taste of the post season, their first taste in over 8 seasons . Whether or not that will be their first and last trip remains to be seen, but with much of the same team coming in from last year the 49ers are hoping for another trip to the post season and possibly beyond.
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At A Glance

GM M_Heard
Head Coach D.Henderson
Offensive Coordinator J.Saturday
Defensive Coordinator Chuck Cecil
Special Teams Brad Seely
Salary $154.45M
Cap Penalty $8.17M
Cap Room $11.38M

49ers Geno Smith QB 99 Out for season

NFC West
#3 Rams y-Rams 12-4-0 0.75 5-1
#26 Seahawks Seahawks 7-9-0 0.44 3-3
#28 Cardinals Cardinals 6-10-0 0.38 4-2
#31 49ers 49ers 1-15-0 0.06 0-6

1 Sep 10 at Redskins Redskins #11
Lost 28-38
2 Sep 17 at Cowboys Cowboys #7
Lost 3-20
3 Sep 24 at Seahawks Seahawks #26
Lost 24-28
4 Oct 1 vs Cardinals Cardinals #28
Lost 14-21
5 Oct 8 vs Giants Giants #19
Lost 21-35
6 Oct 15 vs Dolphins Dolphins #29
Won 31-10
7 Oct 22 vs Seahawks Seahawks #26
Lost 13-19
8 Oct 29 at Lions Lions #1
Lost 13-37
9 Nov 5 at Rams Rams #3
Lost 3-30
11 Nov 19 vs Eagles Eagles #10
Lost 17-48
12 Nov 26 vs Rams Rams #3
Lost 3-41
13 Dec 3 at Cardinals Cardinals #28
Lost 14-34
14 Dec 10 at Patriots Patriots #17
Lost 14-31
15 Dec 17 vs Panthers Panthers #24
Lost 3-16
16 Dec 23 vs Bills Bills #15
Lost 14-46
17 Dec 30 at Jets Jets #16
Lost 7-13

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