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The National Football League is a year-round circus. It never takes a break. That’s great for fans, and also for content creators, because we always have something to discuss (or debate). It’s no different for the San Francisco 49ers. The fanbase of this team is passionate and is always hungry for more information and discussion surrounding the five-time Super Bowl Champions. So I thought I’d take a shot at seeing where the team stands right now, compared to January 30th, when the 49ers lost by a field goal to the division-rival Los Angeles Rams. We are well into free agency, and it doesn’t look like the front office is going to make any other big moves. So this is likely the team they will take into the NFL Draft on April 28-30. The 49ers, of course, do not have
49ers Mock Draft 2.0
By Rohan Chakravarthi
The NFL Draft is just around the corner, beginning on Thursday, April 28th, when many prospects will receive an opportunity to hear their names from commissioner Roger Goodell. The San Francisco 49ers currently have nine draft picks in the 2022 NFL Draft, which will play a huge factor not only for their upcoming season, but for the future of the team as they aim to compete for a championship in the Trey Lance era. Join 49ers RedZone co-hosts Rohan Chakravarthi and Marco Martinez live as they break down general manager John Lynch’s comments at the NFL Owners Meeting, as well as look into the draft, adjusting for San Francisco’s draft needs during a mock draft for the second