From the start of training camp to the end, the 49ers wide receiver position has been under the microscope.
To be decided the rest of this preseason: There are seemingly five or six 53-man roster spots to divide between 11 healthy players, and that’s before adding in
But is there any definition to who San Francisco’s top three wideouts will be? Is the competition more for spots four through six?
“Wouldn’t say anything is cemented, but there’s been excellent play from
“Everybody is in a very competitive role after those three.”
Boldin and Moore started on Friday against the Kansas City Chiefs but neither played beyond the team’s first series. Williams did not suit up.
So, leaving some room for speculation, veteran free-agent additions
We’ll see who’s still standing on Opening Day, Sept. 8, when the 49ers host the Green Bay Packers.
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Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle re-evaluated the wideout position in the wake of two preseason games.
Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com wrote about his lasting impressions fo training camp.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee noted the emergence of rookie quarterback B.J Daniels.
49ers.com has the details on the rehab progress of Manningham.
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