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San Francisco 49ers

Stadium: Levi's Stadium | Coach: Chip Kelly
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense29th116.7 (10th)175.3 (30th)
Defense20th122.7 (24th)254.7 (14th)
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91Armstead, Arik DE6-729211/15/19932Oregon
68Beadles, Zane G6-430511/19/19867Utah
84Bell, Blake TE6-62528/7/19912Oklahoma
50Bellore, Nick LB6-12505/12/19896Central Michigan
41Bethea, Antoine SS5-112067/27/198411Howard
98Blair, Ronald DE6-42701/21/1993RAppalachian State
53Bowman, NaVorro ILB6-02425/28/19887Penn State
26Brock, Tramaine CB5-101978/20/19887Belhaven College
55Brooks, Ahmad OLB6-32593/14/198411Virginia
77Brown, Trent T6-83554/13/19932Florida
99Buckner, DeForest DE6-73003/17/1994ROregon
13Burbridge, Aaron WR6-120812/23/1993RMichigan State
95Carradine, Tank LB6-42952/18/19894Florida State
88Celek, Garrett TE6-52525/29/19885Michigan State
20Cromartie, Marcus CB6-019512/3/19903Wisconsin
22Davis, Mike RB5-92172/19/19932South Carolina
43Davis, Chris CB5-1020111/4/19903Auburn
76Davis, Anthony T6-532310/11/19896Rutgers
4Dawson, Phil K5-112001/23/197518Texas
92Dial, Quinton DE6-53187/21/19904Alabama
90Dorsey, Glenn DE6-12978/1/19859Louisiana State
24Draughn, Shaun RB5-1120512/7/19875North Carolina
2Gabbert, Blaine QB6-423510/15/19896Missouri
65Garnett, Joshua G6-53212/21/1994RStanford
58Harold, Eli OLB6-32651/20/19942Virginia
32Harris, DuJuan RB5-72069/3/19883Troy
96Hart, Taylor DE6-62812/22/19913Oregon
51Hodges, Gerald ILB6-22361/17/19914Penn State
28Hyde, Carlos RB6-02359/20/19903Ohio State
63Jerod-Eddie, Tony DE6-53013/29/19904Texas A&M
36Johnson, Dontae CB6-220012/1/19913North Carolina State
7Kaepernick, Colin QB6-423011/3/19876Nevada
17Kerley, Jeremy WR5-918811/8/19886Texas Christian
67Kilgore, Daniel C6-330812/18/19876Appalachian State
66Martin, Marcus C6-332111/29/19933USC
89McDonald, Vance TE6-42676/13/19904Rice
86Nelson, Kyle LS6-224010/3/19865New Mexico State
11Patton, Quinton WR6-02048/9/19904Louisiana Tech
5Pinion, Bradley P6-52296/1/19942Clemson
15Ponder, Christian QB6-22302/25/19885Florida State
64Purcell, Mike NT6-33034/20/19913Wyoming
27Reaser, Keith CB6-01907/31/19912Florida Atlantic
35Reid, Eric FS6-121312/10/19914Louisiana State
33Robinson, Rashard CB6-11777/23/1995RLouisiana State
 Skov, Shayne ILB6-32477/9/19902Stanford
82Smith, Torrey WR6-02051/26/19896Maryland
74Staley, Joe T6-53158/30/198410Central Michigan
81Streater, Rod WR6-21952/9/19885Temple
29Tartt, Jaquiski SS6-12212/18/19922Samford
71Theus, John T6-63031/19/1994RGeorgia
61Tiller, Andrew G6-43243/13/19894Syracuse
25Ward, Jimmie CB5-111937/18/19913Northern Illinois
57Wilhoite, Michael ILB6-024012/7/19865Washburn
93Williams, Ian NT6-13058/31/19896Notre Dame
Injured Players
54Armstrong, Ray-Ray (IR) OLB6-32203/5/19914Miami (Fla.)
10Ellington, Bruce (IR) WR5-91978/22/19913South Carolina
9Lewis, Thad (IR) QB6-221911/19/19874Duke
23Redmond, Will (IR) CB6-018612/28/1993RMississippi State
14Rogers, Eric (IR) WR6-32102/12/19911California Lutheran
Practice Squad
17Anderson, Dres WR6-21907/20/19922Utah
56Balducci, Alex C6-43103/1/1994ROregon
64Cooper, Fahn T6-53064/30/1993RMississippi
 Grant, Curtis LB6-224012/28/19921Ohio State
85Hamm, Je'Ron TE6-32366/15/19922Louisiana-Monroe
14Harper, Chris WR5-1118512/7/19931California
30Iworah, Prince Charles CB5-111933/11/1993RWestern Kentucky
63Price, Norman T6-43118/25/1994RSouthern Mississippi
44Rush, Marcus LB6-32516/19/19911Michigan State
23Taylor, Kelvin RB5-102059/28/1993RFlorida
Suspended Players
59Lynch, Aaron OLB6-52703/8/19933South Florida
Roster Analysis
TeamOLine Avg. HtOLine Avg. WtDLine Avg. HtDLine Avg. WtAvg. AgeYoungestOldest
San Francisco6-5320.96-4295.226.12141
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Position Listing
Mike Purcell
Purcell (ankle) was removed from the 49ers' injury report after practicing in full on Friday.

Purcell was limited on Wednesday and Thursday, but his status for Sunday's matchup against the Seahawks never seemed to be in question.

NaVorro Bowman
Bowman racked up a team-high 11 tackles (four solo) in Sunday's loss to the Panthers.

Just another day at the office for the All-Pro linebacker. Bowman even deflected a Cam Newton pass that was ultimately picked off by Antoine Bethea. He appears well on his way to another 100-plus tackle season and is proving why he was considered one of the top IDP options.

Garrett Celek
Celek posted season-highs in catches (three) and yards (25) after Vance McDonald left Sunday's game against Seattle with a hip injury.

While a three-catch, 25-yard day is nothing to write home about, Celek did enter Sunday's contest with just two total catches. The extent of McDonald's injury is not known, but Celek would step into a larger passing role against the Cowboys next week if his fellow tight end is not able to suit up. He wouldn't become a must-start in standard leagues, but he could have value as a punt play in daily formats after posting 186 yards and three touchdowns in a limited role last season.

Bradley Pinion
The 49ers have signed the following draft picks to four-year contracts: Jaquiski Tartt , Eli Harold, Blake Bell, Mike Davis, DeAndre Smelter, Bradley Pinion, Ian Silberman, Trenton Brown and Busta Anderson, the team announced on Monday.

Tartt was selected in the second round out of Samford, where he amassed 277 tackles with six interceptions in his college career. Davis was selected in the fourth round and rushed for 2,440 yards and 22 touchdowns on 454 carries in his college career.

Rashard Robinson
The 49ers selected Robinson in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 133rd overall.

Robinson is skinny (6-foot-1, 171 pounds), but he's a natural cover corner with a long reach, making him a solid developmental prospect at outside corner.

Joe Staley
The 49ers will have wideout Michael Crabtree Week 14 against the Raiders.

Crabtree came into the game listed as probable due to a knee injury. He was never really a threat to miss the contest. 

The team will have most of their probable players for the game. Chris Culliver, Bruce Ellington, Carlos Hyde, Stevie Johnson, Ray McDonald, Justin Smith and Joe Staley are all listed as active. All seven were considered probable.

Thad Lewis
Lewis suffered a torn ACL during Sunday's preseason opener and will now miss the remainder of this season, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.

Lewis was forced out during the third quarter of Sunday's game, when he was the second signal-caller used in wake of Colin Kaepernick (shoulder) being sidelined. However, now that his season has already come to a close, rookie Jeff Driskel should see more reps behind Kaepernick and Blaine Gabbert in practice.

Knee - Injured Reserve
Shaun Draughn
Draughn carried the ball nine times for 21 yards but did not record a catch in Sunday's 46-27 loss to the Panthers.

Draughn hasn't been able to get anything going on the ground in the 49ers' first two games, but the more concerning issue is his lack of involvement in the passing game. For a player that was expected to be a deep PPR option, two catches on three targets just isn't going to cut it. Draughn's lack of usage through the air may have been attributed to the 49ers' gameplan for the Panthers. Carolina boasts two of the more active linebackers in the league, so Chip Kelly may have decided to steer clear of that area and take his chances against a young secondary. Next week's opponent (Seattle) has stronger defensive backs than linebackers, so Draughn may finally see his fair share of targets out of the backfield.

Taylor Hart
Hart left Saturday night's preseason game with a sprained knee, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Hart, who was on the roster bubble entering preseason Week 3, was playing well Saturday with a couple of tackles and a quarterback hit.

Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Seattle
Ray-Ray Armstrong
Armstrong collected four tackles (three solo) and an interception in Monday's win over the Rams.

Armstrong co-started at middle linebacker with Gerald Hodges with the latter receiving more snaps on early downs (41 for Armstrong and 19 for Hodges). The interception bolstered what would have been a pedestrian tackle total. If the two linebackers continue to split snaps, then neither will see enough opportunities to rack up enough tackles next to NaVorro Bowman to become relevant in IDP leagues.

Pectoral - Injured Reserve
Aaron Lynch
Lynch has been suspended for the first four games of the regular season for violating the league's substance abuse policy.

Lynch slid to the fifth round of the 2014 Draft amid character concerns, but developed into of the league's best young outside linebackers by totaling 12.5 sacks over his first two seasons. Nonetheless, Lynch has now incurred his first NFL off-field slip-up, and will miss the first quarter of the regular season as a consequence. With Lynch suspended until San Francisco's Week 5 game against the Cardinals, Eli Harold and Corey Lemonier are candidates to start opposite Ahmad Brooks in the meantime.

Suspension - Suspended until Week 5 vs. Arizona
Vance McDonald
McDonald did not return to Sunday's game after injuring his hip, Matt Maiocco of csnbayarea.com reports.

There is some speculation that McDonald's injury could jeopardize his availability for next week's game, but that won't be known for sure until later this week.

Hip - Questionable for Week 4 vs. Dallas
Prince Charles Iworah
No Updates
Phil Dawson
Dawson converted one of his two field goal attempts Sunday, hitting from 22 but missing from 53 in a loss to Seattle.

With just three field goals through three games, Chip Kelly's uptempo offense hasn't resulted in more scoring opportunities for the veteran kicker. While Sunday's 53-yard miss likely didn't negatively affect fantasy owners, a successful attempt would have gone a long way in saving an otherwise mediocre output.

Carlos Hyde
Hyde carried the ball 14 times for 34 yards and caught four passes for another 18 yards, but also lost a fumble Sunday against the Panthers.

The 49ers elected to bring in fellow running back Shaun Draughn as a change-of-pace option several times throughout the contest, stealing nine carries from Hyde. Both Hyde and Draughn struggled to get anything going on the ground however, and the fact that the team was playing from behind all day didn't help. Hyde's lost fumble likely cost him a number of snaps as punishment, but it shouldn't affect his role as the clear-cut starter moving forward, unless it becomes a week-to-week issue. He'll have another tough matchup Week 3 against the Seahawks.

Tony Jerod-Eddie
Jerod-Eddie did not record a tackle in Thursday's preseason finale. He will look to make the team as a backup lineman.

Jerod-Eddie injured his chest in the second week of the preseason but returned against Green Bay on Sept. 26 and had his best showing with four tackles. He projects as a backup lineman if he can survive Saturday's roster cuts.

Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Seattle
Je'Ron Hamm
Hamm was released by the Redskins on Tuesday.

Hamm, a 2014 UDFA, was only active for one game this season. The former college wideout has some upside as a receiving threat, and he could get another look with Washington in 2016.

Quinton Patton
Patton was held to eight yards on one catch (four targets) in Sunday's loss to Seattle.

Patton has come back down to Earth over the past two weeks after posting a five-catch, 60-yard performance Week 1. Seattle's elite defense is partly to blame, but San Francisco's offense doesn't look potent enough to produce consistent fantasy options outside of star running back Carlos Hyde. Next week's opponent isn't as imposing as Carolina and Seattle, so Patton has a better chance at producing a more PPR-friendly stat line against the Cowboys, but we wouldn't recommend him outside of an emergency option or bye week fill-in.

Kelvin Taylor
Taylor cleared waivers and was signed to the 49ers' practice Squad, CSN Bay Area reports.

Taylor showed flashes of potential by rushing for 107 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries with the 49ers this preseason, but a crowded backfield forced the team to cut him. Now that he has signed with the practice squad, the 2016 sixth-round draft pick would likely get promoted should any of San Francisco's current backs go down to injury.

Marcus Cromartie
Cromartie (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.

Cromartie was limited in practice throughout the week, so it is not a huge surprise to see him sitting out Sunday's game. He provides the 49ers depth at free safety, but his absence shouldn't strongly affect San Francisco's defensive performance.

Ankle - Inactive for Week 3 at Seattle
Joshua Garnett
No Updates
Arik Armstead
Armstead (shoulder) was a full participant in Friday's practice.

Armstead was limited both Wednesday and Thursday. Thus, his increased level of participation suggests he'll be good to go come Sunday.

Shayne Skov
The Buccaneers signed linebacker Shayne Skov to their practice squad. He was released by the 49ers last week.
Dontae Johnson
Johnson tallied two combined tackles and added one pass defended during the 49ers Week 1 win over the Rams.

Johnson suffered a leg injury back in July, but it appears the three-year vet is back to 100 percent after a sound Week 1 performance.

Ronald Blair
Despite dropping weight during his pro day, Blair figures to be used as a situational defensive lineman this season, CSN Bay Area reports.

Blair said he dropped weight to increase his versatility on draft day as a potential outside linebacker. After going through the 49ers' offseason program, it sounds like the team wants to keep him as a defensive lineman. He doesn't project as a starter with the way the roster is currently constructed, but he could still see snaps given how often Chip Kelly's defenses are on the field.

Aaron Burbridge
Burbridge survived the last wave of player cuts and has made the 49ers' 53-man roster.

Burbridge making the team comes as a bit of surprise considering his lack of use during the preseason and his eligibility for the practice squad. Perhaps the 49ers were worried that another team would claim the sixth-round receiver if they waived him. Whatever the case, Burbridge will be one of the 49ers' five healthy receivers heading into Week 1. Torrey Smith and Quinton Patton are sure things atop the depth chart, and while the newly-acquired Jeremy Kerley profiles well as a slot receiver, it isn't inconceivable that the team opts to use the speedy rookie in that role instead.

Torrey Smith
Smith recorded three receptions on 10 targets for 55 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Panthers.

It's a bit disappointing that quarterback Blaine Gabbert was only able to connect with Smith three times despite targeting his receiver on 10 occasions. Smith won't have it easy next week against the tough Seattle secondary, but he'll look to receive a similar amount of volume in the offense. If the 49ers get down early Week 3, they could be forced to air it out often.

DeForest Buckner
Buckner will continue to have a significant role in the 49ers' defense despite not being listed as one of the team's three starting linemen, CSN Bay Area reports.

It appeared that the 49ers would ease their first-round pick into action this season when Mike Purcell -- and not Buckner -- was named a starter alongside Arik Armstead and Quinton Dial. Surprisingly, Buckner ended up playing the most snaps of any San Francisco lineman last week, seeing action on 51 of the team's 61 defensive snaps. He did not have an IDP-worthy game last week (three tackles, no sacks), but he does have the ability to develop into one of the league's better defensive linemen if he can build off his success at Oregon (164 tackles and 14.5 sacks over his last two seasons).

Blake Bell
Bell finished his rookie campaign with 15 receptions (24 targets) for 186 yards.

Bell was buried on the depth chart early in the season, but a combination of Vernon Davis' departure and a losing season allowed San Francisco to showcase their fourth-round draft pick down the stretch. He responded by eclipsing 40 yards in three of the 49ers' last six games. Bell is still considered a project, so we may not see his full potential next season, but he should see more targets in 2016.

Nick Bellore
Bellore (knee) was a full participant in Friday's practice.

Bellore was limited by the injury on both Wednesday and Thursday. However, he is expected to play Sunday against the Panthers.

Alex Balducci
No Updates
Daniel Kilgore
The 49ers waived 10 players on Monday. They were K Corey Acosta, LB Steve Beauharnais, CB Mylan Hicks, T Sean Hooey, WR Mario Hull, WR Chuck Jacobs, WR Nigel King, LB Shawn Lemon, FB Trey Millard and DL Lawrence Okoye.

Additionally, the 49ers placed G/C Daniel Kilgore on the PUP list to start the season and WR DeAndre Smelter on the NFI list. The team also placed WR Dres Anderson and LB Desmond Bishop on injured reserve.

Andrew Tiller
The 49ers have listed the following players as inactive for Saturday's Week 16 matchup against the Chargers: running back Carlos Hyde (ankle), wide receiver Steve Johnson (knee), cornerback Tramaine Brock (hamstring), linebacker Ahmad Brooks (thumb), quarterback Josh Johnson and guards Andrew Tiller and Joe Looney.

Hyde, Johnson and Brock were all ruled out for Saturday's game on the team's final report, but Brooks joins them on the inactive list after being deemed questionable. The team will have running back Frank Gore and wide receiver Michael Crabtree active for the game.

The 49ers are a 1-point favorite for the Saturday night showdown with the Chargers.

Eli Harold
Harold is the likely replacement for Aaron Lynch (suspension) after being held out of Thursday's preseason finale.

Harold was the early favorite to start in place of Lynch heading into training camp and he apparently did enough to not lose that right. He didn't record a sack in a limited role last season, so it is unlikely he will be able to replicate Lynch's pass-rushing prowess while he fills in for the suspended linebacker.

Glenn Dorsey
Dorsey (knee) is questionable for Monday's matchup with Washington, Eric Branch of sfgate.com reports.

After sitting out most of this week, Dorsey returned to practice in a limited fashion Friday. There is reason to believe that he won't play considering his status this week, but given the extra day of rest, San Francisco may be inclined to see how the big man feels early Monday. Regardless, Dorsey's status will likely remain murky until a few hours before kickoff.

John Theus
Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Seattle
No Updates
Kyle Nelson
Long-snapper Kyle Nelson has been re-signed by the 49ers to a four-year contract, per the team.

Nelson, a restricted free agent prior to re-signing, played in all 16 games last season. He added four tackles on special teams.

The 28-year-old has spent time with the Chargers and Redskins prior to signing with the 49ers in 2014.

Blaine Gabbert
Gabbert completed 14-of-25 pass attempts for 119 yards and an interception in Sunday's 37-18 loss at Seattle. He also had five carries for 22 yards.

It was a brutal matchup for Gabbert, and he predictably struggled, failing to throw a touchdown pass. The 49ers managed to score a couple of times in the fourth quarter, but both of those were by Carlos Hyde from eight yards out. Gabbert's overall fantasy production the previous two weeks were respectable, but the offense has looks limited in general, and he's got just a 5,5 YPA for the season. In Gabbert's defense, the 49ers lack a true No. 1 wideout, as Torrey Smith has plenty of speed, but isn't an elite pass catcher in the mold of Julio Jones or Odell Beckham. In any case, he'll face the Cowboys at home in Week 4.

Mike Davis
With Carlos Hyde (concussion) and Shaun Draughn (ribs) both dealing with injuries, Davis would likely be next in line to start if both are unable to suit up Week 1.

Davis starting would be a long shot considering Hyde passed the league's concussion protocol Tuesday and Draughn's rib injury doesn't sound too serious, but there is reason for speculation leading up to Week 1 until we hear that both backs have been fully cleared medically. In the unlikely scenario both are unable to go next Monday, Davis would be the favorite to take over early-down work with DuJuan Harris serving as a change-of-pace back.

Dres Anderson
The 49ers waived 10 players on Monday. They were K Corey Acosta, LB Steve Beauharnais, CB Mylan Hicks, T Sean Hooey, WR Mario Hull, WR Chuck Jacobs, WR Nigel King, LB Shawn Lemon, FB Trey Millard and DL Lawrence Okoye.

Additionally, the 49ers placed G/C Daniel Kilgore on the PUP list to start the season and WR DeAndre Smelter on the NFI list. The team also placed WR Dres Anderson and LB Desmond Bishop on injured reserve.

Chris Davis
Davis (hamstring) is questionable for the 49ers' Week 2 matchup against the Panthers.

Davis did not play in the regular season opener and was a limited participant all week. Should he play, he projects as the team's starting slot corner.

Chris Harper
Harper was released by the 49ers on Tuesday.

Harper was released in order to make room for DuJuan Harris, who the team signed on Tuesday. The 22-year-old was moved to the active roster earlier in the week but will now look to find his way onto a new roster.

Curtis Grant
No Updates
Anthony Davis
49ers offensive tackle Anthony Davis is retiring, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

The 25-year-old continued the trend of prominent 49ers players retiring this offseason, and becomes the second promising young player to do so after teammate Chris Borland, 24, retired in March.

"I'm simply doing what's best for my body as well as my mental health at this time in my life," Davis said about his decision.

Davis started in every game he played for the 49ers since they drafted him in the first round of the 2010 draft.

"This will be a time for me to allow my brain and body a chance to heal," Davis added. "Many won't understand my decision, that's ok."

Concussion - Inactive for Week 3 at Seattle
Rod Streater
Streater was dealt from Kansas City to San Francsco on Saturday.

Believed to be a favorite to earn one of the Chiefs' final wide receiver spots, that instead went to De'Anthony Thomas. He will now provide some depth to a weak 49ers receiving corps.

Keith Reaser
Reaser (ankle) will play Sunday against the Panthers.

Reaser was questionable all week but figures to be on the field for Week 2. The 25-year-old is a depth option at corner and is expected to only be used in certain packages.

Tank Carradine
Shortly after making San Francisco's 53-man roster, Carradine signed a one-year contract extension through the 2017 season, CSN Bay Area reports.

The 2013 second-round pick looked like a bust in his first two seasons with the 49ers as a defensive lineman. The team opted to have him lose weight and move to outside linebacker this offseason and Carradine responded with his strongest camp, consequently making the final roster as a pass rush specialist. He should see the field on passing downs until Aaron Lynch returns from suspension Week 5.

Gerald Hodges
Hodges racked up 10 tackles (two solo), a sack and a forced fumble in Sunday's 46-27 loss to the Panthers.

Co-starter Ray-Ray Armstrong went down with a shoulder injury Sunday, leaving Hodges uncontested to fill up the stat sheet in the second half. The time share alongside NaVorro Bowman was rendering both Hodges and Armstrong useless in IDP formats. If the latter is forced to miss any time then Hodges immediately becomes relevant next week against a run-heavy Seattle attack.

Michael Wilhoite
With Ray-Ray Armstrong (pectoral) being placed on IR Monday, Wilhoite could be in line for more snaps at middle linebacker, CSN Bay Area reports.

49ers defensive coordinator Jim O'Neill stated that the team is going to need Wilhoite and Hodges to win games with Armstrong going down. A timeshare would ultimately limit both player's IDP value.

Zane Beadles
The Jaguars have listed punter Bryan Anger (groin), guard Zane Beadles (calf), center Luke Bowanko (quad), defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks (shoulder) and kicker Josh Scobee (quad) as probable for Week 1 against the Eagles, the team announced.
Tramaine Brock
Brock is listed as one of the starting cornerbacks on the 49ers' unofficial depth chart.

Brock had a strong 2015 season with 45 tackles and three interceptions. More importantly, he managed to stay relatively healthy after only playing in three games back in 2014. While the initial depth charts aren't set in stone, Brock appears to be a lock to start given his experience and recent production.

Bruce Ellington
Ellington (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

Expected to serve as San Francisco's No. 2 or 3 wideout, Ellington sprained an ankle a couple weeks ago, then injured his hamstring in Friday's preseason game against the Packers. He hasn't been ruled out for the year, making him a prime candidate to return from IR mid-season. Following offseason rule changes, each team can take one player off IR at any point in the season after Week 6. Torrey Smith and Quinton Patton figure to start at wide receiver, with Jeremy Kerley, DeAndrew White and others competing to fill out the depth chart.

Hamstring - Injured Reserve
Marcus Rush
No Updates
Jeremy Kerley
Kerley caught two of six targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 37-18 loss at Seattle.

Kerley caught seven passes in Week 1, but hasn't done much the last few games, as San Francisco's offense has struggled. Even in garbage time, Blaine Gabbert couldn't get anything going, as he finished with just 119 passing yards. The only silver lining for Kerley was that he actually led the team in targets Sunday. Next up for the 49ers will be the Cowboys.

Trent Brown
The 49ers have signed the following draft picks to four-year contracts: Jaquiski Tartt , Eli Harold, Blake Bell, Mike Davis, DeAndre Smelter, Bradley Pinion, Ian Silberman, Trenton Brown and Busta Anderson, the team announced on Monday.

Tartt was selected in the second round out of Samford, where he amassed 277 tackles with six interceptions in his college career. Davis was selected in the fourth round and rushed for 2,440 yards and 22 touchdowns on 454 carries in his college career.

Antoine Bethea
Bethea racked up nine tackles (eight solo) and an interception in Sunday's loss to the Panthers.

Bethea was all over the field Sunday, filling up the stat sheet for his IDP owners. It is a nice step up from his four-tackle performance in Week 1. The veteran safety is only two seasons removed from a streak of four consecutive 100-plus tackle campaigns. With good health and Chip Kelly's uptempo offense, he could hit the century mark for the first time since joining the 49ers.

Colin Kaepernick
Head coach Chip Kelly said Kaepernick is still regaining his strength after undergoing three surgical procedures in the offseason, CSN Bay Are reports.

Once among the league's most physically imposing quarterbacks, Kaepernick still hasn't regained all the muscle he lost while he was unable to lift weights in the offseason. While coach Kelly did seem to hint at Kaepernick being an option later in the season, Kelly also said there hasn't been any conversation about benching Blaine Gabbert.

DuJuan Harris
Harris signed with the 49ers on Monday.

Harris was with the 49ers since last season but was cut as the team trimmed down to 53 players. To make room for Harris, San Francisco moved 2016 third-round pick Will Redmond to IR, and it appears the only reason Harris was cut was to avoid having to waive Redmond. Look for Harris to be the teams No. 4 option in the backfield, behind Carlos Hyde, Shaun Draughn, and Mike Davis.

Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Seattle
Eric Rogers
The Cowboys announced Tuesday they released wide receiver Anthony Amos, tight end Colin Cochart, guard Dennis Godfrey, wide receiver Jared Green, linebacker Deon Lacey, kicker Brett Maher, wide receiver Eric Rogers, quarterback Nick Stephens and cornerback Brandon Underwood.
Knee - Injured Reserve
Eric Reid
Reid led all San Francisco defenders with 12 tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's blowout loss to the Seahawks.

The 12 combined tackles marked a career-high for the fourth-year safety. Reid doesn't usually post double-digit tackle totals, but Seattle's offense was breaking through to the second level consistently Sunday, resulting in the uncharacteristically-high tackle total. Even with Sunday's inflated total, Reid is on pace to top his career-high mark of 77 tackles set in 2013.

Ian Williams
Williams was placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

This move was made to make room on the roster for offensive lineman Anthony Davis who was reinstated by the league from retirement Saturday. It remains to be seen when Williams will play again.

Undisclosed - Out for Week 4 vs. Dallas
Jimmie Ward
Ward (quadriceps) will not return to Sunday's action, Doug Farrar of Bleacher Report reports.

Ward's injury will certainly impact a San Francisco secondary that is already pretty thin. It'll be interesting to see if he can come back for next week's contest.

Quadriceps - Questionable for Week 4 vs. Dallas
Marcus Martin
The 49ers will have wideout Michael Crabtree Week 17 against the Cardinals.

Crabtree came into the contest listed as probable due to a knee injury. The club will also have Chris Culliver, Brandon Lloyd, Marcus Martin and Justin Smith. All four players were also listed as probable. 

Bruce Ellington, who came into the game listed as questionable due to a hamstring injury, will give it a go. He's the only player listed as questionable who will attempt to play through his injury. 

Will Redmond
Redmond (knee) was placed on Injured Reserve, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

Redmond appeared in one preseason game, recording five tackles last Thursday against the Chargers. The 49ers were able to re-sign running back DuJuan Harris with Redmond's IR designation. Redmond tore his ACL in 2015 before being drafted in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, so he'll now have additional time to get back to full health.

Knee - Injured Reserve
Fahn Cooper
No Updates
Jaquiski Tartt
Tartt (knee) is questionable to play on Sunday against the Seahawks.

Tartt was limited throughout the week with a knee injury. His status will be confirmed prior to kickoff.

Norman Price
No Updates
Quinton Dial
Dial (knee) was a full participant in Friday's practice.

Though limited during Wednesday and Thursday's sessions, Dial appears good to go and will play Sunday against the Panthers.

Ahmad Brooks
Brooks (undisclosed) has only been participating in walk-throughs during 49ers' OTAs, CSN Bay Area reports.

49ers defensive coordinator Jim O'Neil wouldn't disclose the nature of Brooks' injury, but said that he is "hoping that we can get something out of him by the end of spring." It doesn't sound like the injury is serious, and we will update his status as soon as more information is provided by the team.

Christian Ponder
Ponder completed 7-of-8 passes for 86 yards and a touchdown against the Broncos on Saturday. He also added 21 yards and another touchdown on two carries.

Ponder shined in his debut with the 49ers despite joining the team just four days prior. He was brought on to serve as a placeholder until Colin Kaepernick (shoulder) returns, but his stellar production -- albeit against backup defenders -- has to immediately put him in the conversation to possibly make the team as a third-stringer. It looks like Kaepernick could return this Friday against the Packers, so it will be interesting to see how the 49ers use Ponder and rookie backup Jeff Driskel in that game.

Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Seattle