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Thursday Weston Richburg Jersey , August 22nd, 2019 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from the Internet" 49ers LinksGolden Nuggets: Michael Crabtree reportedly returns to the NFC WestNew,23commentsThursday, August 22nd, 2019 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from the InternetPDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Golden Nuggets: Michael Crabtree reportedly returns to the NFC WestTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailTony Overman/The Olympian/MCT via Getty ImagesPer Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Arizona Cardinals are closing in on a deal with veteran free agent, and former San Francisco 49ers first-round pick Michael Crabtree. He visited the Cardinals a few weeks ago, but the two couldn’t agree to a deal. The Cardinals just released Kevin White, and their fourth-round pick Hakeem Butler broke his hand earlier this week.Crabtree returns to the NFC West where there is a history with some of the divisions’ most prominent cornerbacks. Throwback to November of 2017. The Denver Broncos are facing the Oakland Raiders. Crabtree gets into it with Aqib Talib in one of the more memorable altercations in recent memory. On why he snatched at Crabtrees’ chain, Talib famously said:Crabtree, as expected, wasn’t happy.That was a fun back and forth. The Rams will face the Cardinals twice this year, but that’s not until December. I wonder if he will be around that long.You know who else Crabtree has a history with? Yeah, him and Sherm go way back. Now you have to watch it.49ers Links49ers get 6 injured players back, 10 miss practice (Niners Wire)49ers’ Kittle zings Beathard over lack of catches at Iowa (NBC Sports)Jimmy Garoppolo’s Ugly Game Means Squat. The 49ers’ Health, However … (The Ringer)49ers hope heavy investment in defensive line yields success - San Francisco 49ers Blog- ESPN49ers notebook: Robert Saleh dishes on key starting battle, offensive line gets good news (Sac Bee)NFL LinksPhilip Rivers thinks Tom Brady among the best, but not for obvious reason (Yahoo Sports)XFL reveals names Cassius Marsh Color Rush Jersey , logos for its eight teams (ESPN)Each teams’ most promising rookie (NFL.com)Baker Mayfield texted Daniel Jones about his comments (NFL.com)Fins’ Ross leaves NFL social justice committee (ESPN)<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="4sKlWW"> San Francisco has a bevy of players trying to make their mark during the preseason but we have a group of four in mind who need to step up their game if they want a shot at making the team" San Francisco 49ers News49ers Preseason Schedule, News, Results49ers vs. Broncos game week: Everything you need to knowFour players who need to step up in Week 2New,77commentsSan Francisco has a bevy of players trying to make their mark during the preseason but we have a group of four in mind who need to step up their game if they want a shot at making the teamPDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Four players who need to step up in Week 2TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Daniel Shirey/Getty ImagesWeek 1 of the NFL Preseason is in the books and, despite last week being a win for the Niners, there wasn’t much to write home about. What we did see, though, were some players who had sub-pay performances. San Francisco is at the point where they are going to have to make some tough decisions when it comes to trimming down the roster. Here is a list of four players who need to step up their play in week 2 (and beyond) if they want to make the team come week 1 of the regular season:CJ BeathardIf there is one absolute truth about backup quarterback CJ Beathard, it’s that he can take a hit just about as well as anyone else. The real issue with that, though, is that he shouldn’t be taking that many big hits week in and week out. His performance against Dallas last week was abysmal: he had 3-4 throws that had no business of being thrown and, honestly, should have thrown more than just the 1 INT he had thrown. Beathard has struggled with processing information on the field which has led to him standing in the pocket for longer than needed and throwing unnecessary interceptions. He’s going to have to improve in those areas because it appears that Nick Mullens is the front-runner for the backup gig (despite head coach Kyle Shanahan saying that there is no separation between the two).Richie James, JrThe wide receiving corps in San Francisco is crowded, to say the least, and that’s still true even with the recent revelation of Trent Taylor’s injury and subsequent foot surgery. The likes of Dante Pettis, Jalen Hurd, Deebo Samuel, and the aforementioned Taylor are as close to “locks” as we can get with the wide receivers. It is also safe to assume that Coach Shanahan will choose to keep 6 WRs on the roster so with the previous four listed that leaves two spots between Richie James, Jr https://www.49ersfanshop.com/Brock-Coyle-Jersey , Kendrick Bourne, Jordan Matthews, and Marquise Goodwin. With Goodwin and his speed, it is very safe to wager that he will make the team, which leaves the proverbial final WR spot to either James, Bourne, or Matthews. Richie James has potential, but he needs to produce - against Dallas he had a couple of drops in open space. Look for him to bounce back heading into the midway point of the preseason.Malcolm Smith“The best ability is availability.” If there’s any veteran who should be worried about the sudden surge of rookie Dre Greenlaw, it’s Malcolm Smith. Smith signed a lucrative deal in 2017 and has not lived up to it. He has struggled to remain healthy and, when he has been healthy enough to play, he hasn’t done much on the field. Smith also had his contract restructured to make it more team-friendly, so you better believe if the Niners coaching staff doesn’t see any sort of signs of life int he coming weeks then, well, it may be time to cut bait and move on.Adrian ColbertThe 49ers secondary has a lot of question marks: Jimmie Ward cannot seem to remain healthy but has stuck around on the team, and Jaquiski Tartt is solidified as a starter but is also dealing with injuries that have sidelined him from indiscriminate amounts of time over the last two seasons. With Tarvarius Moore being moved from cornerback to safety and getting better every day at his natural position, Colbert must find a way to return to the big play ability we saw from him during his rookie campaign in 2017. There is an opportunity for him at the free safety position, so if he can improve along with not getting ejected from any other games, then he stands a solid chance at retaining his starting spot.

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