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Jaquiski Tartt doubful Matt Breida Jersey White , Matt Breida, Alfred Morris questionable for Week 4 The San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Chargers each released their final injury reports on Friday, and there are some notable names to consider. The 49ers will be without starting cornerback Richard Sherman, and likely will be without starting strong safety Jaquiski Tartt. Jimmie Ward and Ahkello Witherspoon will start at cornerback, and Antone Exum would likely start at strong safety.Running back Matt Breida is questionable after some ups and downs in practice. He injured his knee against the Chiefs in Week 3, and went from limited to full to limited in practice. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said the coaches and trainers will see how Breida is feeling when Sunday arrives before making a decision.The Chargers will be without defensive end Joey Bosa and right tackle Joe Barksdale once again. Bosa has yet to play this season, and Barksdale injured his knee in Week 1, and has not played since. Keenan Allen is the name to watch on Sunday. He was a DNP the first two days of practice, but got in a limited workout on Friday. My guess is he plays against the 49ers, but weíll see how limited he is.49ers final injury reportOut: G Joshua Garnett (toe ó DNP, DNP, DNP), CB Richard Sherman (calf ó DNP, DNP, DNP)Doubtful: S Jaquiski Tartt (shoulder ó DNP, DNP, DNP)Questionable: RB Matt Breida (knee ó Limited, Full, Limited), S Adrian Colbert (hip ó DNP, Limited, Limited), RB Alfred Morris (knee ó Limited http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-trent-taylor-jersey , Limited)Chargers final injury reportOut: T Joe Barksdale (knee ó DNP, DNP, DNP), DE Joey Bosa (foot ó DNP, DNP, DNP), LB Kyzir White (knee ó N/A, DNP, DNP)Questionable: WR Keenan Allen (knee, tooth ó DNP, DNP, Limited), WR Travis Benjamin (foot ó Limited, Limited, Limited) We always talk about players we like. Letís change it up."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLeviís Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsNFL DraftNFL Draft Scouting Reports2019 NFL Draft: 49ers picks, mock drafts, news, rumors, analysis2 players the 49ers should avoid if they trade back in round 1New,220commentsWe always talk about players we like. Letís change it up.PDTShareTweetShareShare2 players the 49ers should avoid if they trade back in round 1Matt Bush-USA TODAY SportsIf the San Francisco 49ers stay put at number two, they are likely going to draft Nick Bosa from Ohio State, or Quinnen Williams from Alabama. Both players are incredibly talented. Itís tough to have a wrong answer there. What happens if John Lynch gets an offer he canít refuse? Then what? Well, he will be faced with a pool of players that we are not considering. In the event that this happens http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-garrett-celek-jersey , here are two players that the Niners should avoid on each side of the ball if they trade back.WR D.K. Metcalf-Ole MissMetcalf has the highest ceiling of any wide receiver to come out of the draft in recent memory. The problem is the former Rebel is far from a finished product. Letís say the 49ers stay in the top 15. Metcalf is widely regarded as the number one receiver in the draft. That does not mean he warrants a top 15 selection. Here are his three biggest drawbacks to me.Linear athleteRoute runningRoute treeI want to make this clear: Metcalf is good. I also want to make this clear: He is not Julio, Calvin, or any of the other greats thats came out. Those guys were insane players early on in their college careers. Thereís a production argument with Metcalf. That can go a couple of different ways. His shuttle times were concerning. Not just because they were awful, but because they show up when you watch him play. Metcalf ran a 7.38 3-cone and a 4.5 short shuttle. For reference, Solomon Thomas ran a 6.95 3-cone. Deforest Buckner ran a short shuttle of 4.47. They do not play wide receiver. Metcalf is such an explosive athlete that he is able to create separation at the line of scrimmage. Iíve seen many point out the first play of Alabama, where he scored on a long touchdown. Context is key. The corner he beat was benched after that play. That same corner gave up 5 touchdowns all year, gave up 61% of passes his way, for a passer rating of 105 when targeted. He wasnít very good. After that Metcalf disappeared. In 2017, Metcalf faced two quality corners from Bama and struggled. The same can be said this year against LSUís Greedy Williams. Metcalf just couldnít shake loose. You see that he is a linear athlete when he has to stop and start, or break down to change directions. Heís a big guy. Thatís not too surprising. It is concerning, though.The last thing on Metcalf is what he was asked to do. Metcalf had zero catches in the slot. He lined up about 80% on the left side of the formation, seemingly. That might not seem like an issue, but previous players have had difficulty overcoming this. Former first round pick and now Arizona Cardinals WR Kevin White was like that coming out of West Virginia. When you consistently practice releasing only one way, or routes from one side, thereís a learning curve. With Metcalf, it was a deep route or a slant, with a curl route mixed in here and there. Against Williams and LSU, that was a perfect example of what the NFL will be like. Youíre not going to be able to just run by everyone and score. Will there be opportunities to do so? Of course. They will be few and far between if Metcalf doesnít add a little nuance to his route running. If you watch him run underneath routes, like a curl, thereís an extra hop in there. Thatís where the shuttle drills show up. For this, and a double digit drop rate, Iíd pass early in the first round. Good? Yes. I would only take a receiver in the first round if I felt like there were very few questions. This isnít the case. Add in who is calling plays for the 49ers and no thanks.LB Josh Allen-KentuckyI am higher on Metcalf as a player than Allen, so Fred Warner Jersey , brace yourself. You never root against a kid, but this has bust written all over it. Thatís not to say he doesnít have value. Allen absolutely does. If you can get to the quarterback and get the offense off of the field, you can play in the NFL. Allen can do that. Here are my three biggest issues with Allen.Counter moveStrength at the point of attackInconsistencyAllen is fast, but heís not explosive. Explosive players jar your helmet back when they get their hands on you. Thatís not the case with Allen. With the 49ers, Allen would play on the strong side of the formation, opposite of Dee Ford. He is plenty quick enough to play on the line of scrimmage, as he will out athlete tackles and tight ends against the run. He can also win with speed around the edge. The issue is when that athleticism doesnít work.Allenís lack of counter moves are concerning. Thatís why heís a notch below the Bosa, Williams, and Brian Burns of this class. Too often during games youíll see Allen get stuck rushing the passer. Thatís generally the case when you donít have a plan. I like judging guys when they go against top competition. He made Floridaís right tackle Jawaan Taylor look like peak Joe Staley. There wasnít an answer for Taylor, who is a pretty good athlete himself.Because Allen will likely be playing on the line of scrimmage in this defense, you have to be concerned with his ability to set the edge or hold his ground at the point of attack. Again, athleticism will only get you so far if you are not refined in the NFL. You saw Taylor get give up the edge against the run, or get destroyed against double teams. These werenít just a play here or there. It was consistent.Speaking of consistent, Allen lacks that. There are too many inconsistencies in Allenís game for me to say heís worthy of a top pick. The ďdogĒ in him is inconsistent. Perhaps thatís him being unsure of what heís doing. Whether that be dropping into coverage, or looping around on a stunt. There were too many plays where I felt like Allen didnít finish the play. Letís say there are 10 plays. On three of those, itíll be a short yardage play and he will blow it up and look like a sure fire top pick. On the other seven he comes off as lackadaisical. I canít co-sign that.Allen seems at his best when he can run and chase. Heís more linebacker than pure pass rusher. Thatís not what you take in the top 15. Not unrefined pass rushers. Thereís an argument to be made in his favor that on the Niners heíll be the third rusher. That does have significance. With there likely to be better pass rushers available, or players in general, thereís no need to reach on Allen. Because of that, Iíd be out on him.Is there a player that you want to avoid in the first round if the 49ers trade down?

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