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, is inflating the worth of a player in his agents’ eyes when contract time comes around!The Senior Bowl isn’t much more of a game, although it could be argued that it may be slightly more competitive, due to the impact it could conceivably have on the draft stock of the prospects involved. Although not all of the prospects are considered NFL caliber players, many of the cornerbacks involved this year had the type of length coveted by the 49ers - six of the ten rostered CBs were over 6 feet tall. The 49ers have invested in the CB position fairly heavily over the Shanahan-Lynch regime’s time in power, but it’ll be interesting to see if the extended look at any of these seniors may increases their chances at a shot with the 49ers.Finally, the team replaced the spot left vacant after Rich Scangarello moved on to Denver to serve as the new offensive coordinator under head coach Vic Fangio. His work with Jimmy Garoppolo to close out the 2017 season following the mid-season trade was admirable 49ers Richard Sherman Jersey
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, however was not, as it was after the play was blown dead. Despite what the announcing crew may have said to the contrary, the officials got this right. This isn’t the first time Blount has been involved in an issue. Many may remember the infamous “Duck and Cover” incident from his college days at Oregon where Blount decked an opposing player for Boise State after a 19-8 loss. The incident derailed Blount’s college career. In any case, this is one of those few situations where the NFL got it right.