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Matt Breida Kaden Smith Jersey , Alfred Morris both expected to play video station. Chargers The San Francisco 49ers listed running backs Matt Breida and Alfred Morris as questionable for Week 4, but both appear set to play. The team will release their inactives at 11:55 a.m. PT, but Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport are both reporting the two backs are expected to play.Both reported Breida was ahead of Morris late in the week. Morris was not listed on Wednesday, but then showed up on Thursday and Friday as limited with a knee injury. Breida injured his knee in Week 3 but finished out the game. He was limited on Wednesday, then bumped up to full on Thursday, then down to limited on Friday. Shanahan said Breida had been up and down this week Kaden Smith San Francisco 49ers Jersey , and they cut him back on Friday, “just trying to manage the wear and tear.”Having both backs will be critical in C.J. Beathard’s first start of the season. Breida leads the NFL in yards per carry at 8.6. He was tied with Ezekiel Elliott for the league leading in rushing yards (274), but Todd Gurley passed them on Thursday. Gurley has 338 yards after his performance on TNF.Breida has been a home-run hitter for the 49ers, while Morris has handled more of the dirty work. The veteran has 153 yards this season, and is averaging 3.8 yards per carry. Morris had been out-snapping Breida the first two weeks, but we saw Breida get more snaps (29 to 23) even with the scary second quarter knee injury. That will be something to track in Week 4 given how well Breida has performed through three weeks. Breaking down the 90 players on the 49ers offseason roster in 90 posts (over 90 or so days). Today is tight end Ross Dwelley"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference Calls49ers 90-in-90 roster breakdown49ers 90-in-90: TE Ross DwelleyNew 2019 Kaden Smith Jersey ,13commentsBreaking down the 90 players on the 49ers offseason roster in 90 posts (over 90 or so days). Today is tight end Ross DwelleyPDTShareTweetShareShare49ers 90-in-90: TE Ross DwelleyRoss Dwelley had an uphill battle in 2018 to make the squad and he made the most of it. Getting cut at the initial 53-man roster, Dwelley came in when the 49ers were leaning on Cole Hikutini as their tight end prospect. Hikutini lost a practice squad bidding war to start 2018 and Dwelley was kept on the PS until October when getting activated. He caught both passes thrown to him for 14 yards. That’s about it on his stat sheet. Clearly, Dwelley took the backseat to the George Kittle show in 2018, but Garrett Celek was nursing a broken thumb and still was seen as the No. 2 tight end.The majority of Dwelley’s snaps came on special teams where he was on the field 158 times video station. his 39 times on offense. The depth chart has a new face in Kaden Smith and a healed Celek. Dwelley has an uphill battle in front of him.Basic infoAge:24Experience: Second seasonHeight: 6’5 Weight: 240Cap StatusHe is entering his second year of a two-year deal which pays him a salary of $570,000. How he can improveDwelley’s biggest issue in 2018 was his blocking ability or lack thereof. His limited snap counts didn’t display much but his blocking was still in dire need of an improvement. By far he saw the field the most against the final game against the Los Angeles Rams—but he didn’t block for much. Not counting the Oakland Raiders or the Rams, he hasn’t gotten more than five snapsin any game appearing in. So there’s not much to really gauge on improvement. How he can regressDwelley got some great NFL experience and an idea of what he needs to take into the offseason. Despite that experience Kaden Smith San Francisco 49ers Jersey , his speed and toughness may not have increased enough to where he can be on the field during crucial snaps. He isn’t offering much of a reason for the 49ers to keep him around unless his blocking improves as well as his speed. Odds of making the rosterDwelley got on the roster thanks to injuries and inept tight ends last year. In 2019, the 49ers have Smith behind Celek and Kittle. Can Dwelley crack things and bump someone as the third tight end. Can he produce where the 49ers want to keep four tight ends on the roster? Doubtful. The drafting of Smith is indicative of Dwelley. He most likely will be headed to the practice squad this year unless his offseason had major improvements.

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