Warner finished the regular season with 118 tackles (89 solo), three sacks, three forced fumbles and an interception over 16 games.
Warner retained his role as the 49ers' Mike linebacker and defensive play-caller despite the addition of Kwon Alexander this past offseason. The sophomore was more than ready for the prominent role, as he broke the century mark in tackles again while improving over his rookie campaign in nearly every other statistical category. Given his sustained success in 2019, Warner should remain the leader of this young linebacking corps and provide strong IDP value next season.
Warner recorded 11 tackles, an interception and a defensive touchdown in the team's Week 16 win over the Rams.
Warner consistently got to the ball carrier, recording double-digit tackles for the fifth time in his last seven games. However, his biggest impact came with 55 seconds remaining in the first half when he picked off a Jared Goff swing pass intended for Malcolm Brown and returned it for a touchdown. The interception was the first of Warner's career, and he'll seek to finish the regular season on a strong note in the team's Week 17 matchup against the Seahawks.
Warner recorded nine tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 29-22 loss to Atlanta.
Warner bounced back from from a rough three-tackle performance last week. The sophomore broke the century mark in tackles (104) for the second consecutive season, even chipping in three sacks and three forced fumbles this year. Warner remains a strong IDP option heading into a matchup against the Rams, which are featuring their run game more often in the latter half of the campaign.
Warner logged just three tackles (two solo) and a pass break up in Sunday's win over New Orleans.
It wasn't the prettiest game from a defensive perspective given the 48-46 scoreline, but Warner's output was his lowest of the season. He's still proven to be a solid asset, racking up 95 tackles (73 solo) and three sacks through 13 games. The 23-year-old also played all 72 defensive snaps in the game, indicating he'll likely bounce back next week with more production against the Falcons.
Warner recorded 11 tackles (eight solo) and two passes defensed across 65 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.
Warner has been all over the field this month -- as he recorded his fourth-straight double-digit tackle performance. He leads the team with 92 tackles this season and will look to add to the count Sunday against the Saints.
Warner recorded 11 tackles (all solo) with a sack in Sunday's 37-8 win over Green Bay.
Warner was all over the field Sunday, showing his sideline-to-sideline quickness and setting a new season high in solo tackles after recording 12 total tackles last week. The second-year linebacker has taken over as the defensive midfield leader since Kwon Alexander's placement on IR earlier this season.
Warner registered 12 tackles during Monday's 36-26 victory over the Cardinals.
Warner set a new season high in tackles, and he's now racked up 31 tackles over the past three weeks after averaging a disappointing 5.6 stops over the previous seven games of the season. He'll look to keep it up in Week 12 against Green Bay.
Warner tallied 10 tackles (nine solo), two sacks, a pass defensed and a forced fumble in Monday night's loss to the Seahawks.
The sacks were the first in his 25 career games. The 22-year-old now has 19 tackles over the last two weeks and 58 on the season.
Warner notched nine tackles (four solo) and one defended pass during Thursday's 28-25 win over the Cardinals.
Warner matched his season-high mark for tackles during Thursday Night Football, and he led the 49ers' defense in that category. The 2018 third-round pick is having a solid sophomore season, and he has a tantalizing matchup against Seattle's offense on deck Week 10.
Warner recorded six tackles (five solo) with one pass defensed in Monday's 31-3 win over the Browns.
Warner's six tackles actually led all 49ers defenders due to the lopsided time of possession (37:43 to 22:17). The talented sophomore has seen a dip in tackles (25 through four games) partly due to the addition of Kwon Alexander this year. Both linebackers could be very active against the Rams' high-octane offense Sunday.
Warner led the 49ers with seven tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 41-17 win over the Bengals.
Even with the addition of Kwon Alexander this past offseason, Warner remains the team's middle linebacker, which puts him in the best position to rack up tackles. The former may cut into his totals a bit, as Warner has just 16 total tackles through two games after finishing with 124 in 2018. He remains a solid IDP contributor even with the slight reduction.
Warner wrapped up nine tackles (seven solo) and also had one pass defense in Sunday's 31-17 win over the Buccaneers.
Warner picked up right where he left off from his impressive rookie campaign, leading his team in tackles from the Mike position. The 22-year-old had to step things up with fellow starting linebacker, Kwon Alexander, hitting the showers early due to an ejection. This duo should be atop the team's tackle leaders on a weekly basis as they patrol the middle of the field for a revamped 49ers' defense.
Warner (knee) is expected to start Saturday's preseason game against the Chiefs, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.
Warner is coming off minor knee surgery that kept him sidelined during OTAs but appears to be fully healthy and operating at full capacity. The second-year pro will line up alongside free-agent signee Kwon Alexander, forming a formidable tandem.
Warner won't participate in OTAs due to a minor knee surgery but is expected to be ready for training camp, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Warner's injury is likely due to the wear and tear of the season, as the club shared no news of an injury before the minor knee procedure. The 2018 third-round pick was outstanding in his first NFL season, racking up 124 tackles (85 solo) and one forced fumble. Barring a health setback, the 22-year-old will be a hot commodity in IDP formats heading into next season.
Warner wrapped up 14 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 48-32 loss to the Rams.
Warner led the 49ers in tackles, a feat he has accomplished with regularity this season. Initially drafted to complement Reuben Foster as a part of a young, talented linebacking corp, the rookie ended up taking over the latter's Mike position due to Foster's off-field issues. Warner finishes his impressive rookie campaign with 124 tackles (85 solo), which should put him square on the map for IDP owners in 2019.
Warner recorded nine tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 26-23 win over Seattle.
The nine tackles put Warner over the century mark in just his first season in the league. The 2018 third-round pick has been a revelation for the 49ers, taking over play-calling duties following Reuben Foster's release and not skipping a beat. Expect Warner to be among the team leaders in tackles against a run-heavy Bears squad in Week 16.
Warner secured four tackles (three solo) in Sunday's 20-14 win over Denver.
Warner turned in a disappointing tackle total after accruing 15 over the last two games. The 49ers' athletic safeties were attacking the box and accounted for the majority of stops in the run game. Warner will look to bounce back against a run-heavy Seahawks squad in Week 15, needing just five tackles to hit the century mark in his rookie season.
Warner wrapped up eight tackles (two solo) in Sunday's 43-16 loss to the Seahawks.
The Seahawks ran the ball 29 times, allowing Warner to post a solid tackle total in defeat. The 2018 third-round pick has been thrown into the fire as the 49ers' top linebacker following Reuben Foster's release, and he has responded well with 92 tackles through 12 contests. Warner will look to hit the century mark in Sunday's matchup against the Broncos.
Warner recorded seven tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 27-9 loss to the Buccaneers.
The 49ers were unable to slow Jameis Winston in the passing game, but Warner played a big role in stuffing the run (3.4 yards per carry). The rookie had already solidified his spot as the team's starting Mike linebacker, but the impending release of Reuben Foster will force the 22-year-old to take on an even larger role in San Francisco's defense. Warner should garner IDP consideration against a run-heavy Seahawks offense Sunday.
Warner recorded seven tackles (all solo) in Thursday's win over the Raiders.
Reuben Foster (hamstring) was unable to suit up for this one, allowing Warner to roam free and lead the team in tackles. The former's status for next week's matchup against the Giants remains unclear, but Warner has been a solid IDP contributor with or without Foster active this season.
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