Sunday Nick Bosa 49ers Jersey , March 17th, 2019 edition."Good morning folks, tonight’s edition will be short and sweet. The 49ers have reached their first noticeable break in free agency, as the team made no moves on Saturday. As the meat and potatoes of this portion of the offseason begins to wind down, the pool of possible signings has reached that unusual plateau, where certain names sparkle on the list - “Wow, how is Eric Berry a free agent? Clay Matthews? Ndamukong Suh?” Names that used to dominate headlines. These were elite players that every fan wished (secretly Cheap Nick Bosa Jersey , in Suh’s case) to have on their team. Now? Well, they manage to headline a list of the scraps remaining after the free agent frenzy. It takes little more than the most cursory of information gathering to realize why they remain. These guys are old. They’ve been injured. The production has been slowing down noticeably for years - Berry’s last noticeably good campaign was 2016. Suh and Matthews haven’t had outstanding seasons since 2014.It’s undignified to see Clay Matthews, to see Eric Berry remaining on the list this far into it. Personally, it was always a matter of “I might dislike (player), but hot darn, the things I would give to have them on the squad!”. These guys are available now, and I can realistically muster little more than “Is vet minimum going to be an option here?”Dee Ford contract has team protections | Branch http://www.49erscheapstore.com/nick-bosa-jersey-cheap , SF Chronicle | Chan, NBC Sports Bay AreaHow Dee Ford will fit with the 49ers | Chan, NBC Sports Bay AreaJason Verrett has an opportunity to compete for starting reps | Branch, Chronicle49ers wouldn’t give up #2 pick for OBJ | Kleinschmidt, NBC Sports Bay Area | DaSilva, NinerswireRecapping 2019 offseason moves | Biderman, Sac Bee49ers schedule meeting with Rashan Gary | DaSilva Nick Mullens Color Rush Jersey , Ninerswire The team continues to add depth"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsNFL Free Agency49ers free agency 201949ers sign former AAF offensive lineman Daniel BrunskillNew,26commentsThe team continues to add depthPDTShareTweetShareShare49ers sign former AAF offensive lineman Daniel BrunskillIt seems that the San Francisco 49ers are looking at plenty of undrafted free agents or late round targets. They are also continuing to add depth on the roster. According to Eric Edholm of Yahoo Sports, the team has signed former AAF offensive lineman Daniel Brunskill. Brunskill was a tight end in college at San Diego State. He has been with the Atlanta Falcons practice squad the past two years before playing for the San Diego Fleet. Brunskill played right tackle for the Fleet, where he had a 59.8 PFF grade, whatever that’s worth. Brunskill allowed 24 pressures in his eight-game stint with the Fleet. Time will tell if this is just a camp body or if Brunskill will challenge Shon Coleman for the swing tackle spot on the roster. Coleman is so athletically gifted that he will forever have a shot in the NFL. Brunskill will get an opportunity to prove himself. You can’t ask for much more than that.