On the latest episode of the Niner Noise Podcast, we break down the San Francisco 49ers’ offseason, analyze the Niners’ offseason moves and discuss early round NFL Draft options for the team.
The 49ers kicked off NFL free agency 2020 with a bang by trading fan-favorite defensive tackle DeForest Buckner, re-signing starting free safety Jimmie Ward, and avoiding using the franchise tag on defensive end Arik Armstead by signing the 2019 breakout defensive lineman to a monster contract.
On the latest episode of the Niner Noise Podcast, hosts Robert Morrison (@rs_morrison) and Chris Wilson (@cgawilson) get you up to speed on the team’s offseason moves. The duo then breaks down the good and the bad from San Francisco’s free agency transactions, featuring a return of the pod’s highly-anticipated “One Up, One Down” segment.
Your favorite 49ers podcast hosts finish off this week’s offseason episode by breaking down the positional areas San Francisco will need to address in the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft, and discuss some interesting prospects who will hopefully be available when the Niners are on the clock at the end of the month.
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