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PRESEASON Day Date Opponent Time (PST) Friday August 14 Broncos W, 17-16 Saturday August 22 Raiders 5:15 p.m. Saturday August 29 @ Cowboys 5:00 p.m. Friday September 4 @ Chargers 7:00 p.m. REGULAR SEASON Day Date Opponent Time (PST) Sunday September 13 @ Cardinals 1:15 p.m. Sunday September 20 Seahawks 1:05 p.m. Sunday September 27 @ Vikings 10:00 a.m. Sunday October 4 Rams 1:15 p.m. Sunday October 11 Falcons 1:05 p.m. Sunday October 18 BYE BYE Sunday October 25 @ Texans 10:00 a.m. Sunday November 1 @ Colts 10:00 a.m. Sunday November 8 Titans 1:15 p.m. Thursday November 12 Bears 5:20 p.m. Sunday November 22 @ Packers 10:00 a.m. Sunday November 29 Jaguars 1:05 p.m. Sunday December 6 @ Seahawks 1:15 p.m. Monday December 14 Cardinals 5:30 p.m. Sunday December 20 @ Eagles 10:00 a.m. Sunday December 27 Lions 1:05 p.m. Sunday January 3 @ Rams 10:00 a.m. 49ERS 2009 SCHEDULE SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS GAME RELEASE 49ers TELEVISION NETWORK CBS-5 and CW Bay Area are the official television partners of the San Francisco 49ers preseason broadcasts, and the flagship televisions stations of the 49ers Television Network. Veteran broadcaster Dennis O’Donnell is in his 9th season as the preseason play-by-play voice of the 49ers, while former 49ers cornerback Eric Davis is in his 2nd season providing game analysis. Kim Coyle, a two-time Emmy nominated anchor, reports from the 49ers sidelines for her 3rd season. 49ers RADIO NETWORK All 49ers games can be heard on The Bone (KSAN 107.7- FM) or KNBR (680/1050-AM). Ted Robinson is in his 1st season as the play-by-play voice of the 49ers, having also served as the 3rd member of the 49ers broadcast team in 1983. He is joined by former 49ers linebacker Gary Plum- mer, who is in his 12th season providing color commentary. A familiar voice in Bay Area radio, Rod Brooks is in his 4th year as the 49ers sideline reporter. SPANISH RADIO All 49ers regular season games can be heard on 49ers Hispanic Ra- dio Network Affiliates, KIQI (1010-AM) and KATD (990-AM), through a partnership with Marcos Gutierrez Productions. Handling broadcast du- ties are announcers Edi Monteroso, Melvin Moran and Marcos Gutierrez. 49ERS ON THE AIR The 49ers host the Oakland Raiders in what will mark the ninth con- secutive season the two teams have faced one another during preseason play, with each team flip-flopping victories since 2002. In the series, Oakland holds a 19-17 advantage over San Francisco. The Raiders pulled out an 18-10 victory at McAfee Coliseum in the preseason opener last year. Prior to Saturday’s contest, both teams will practice together on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Raiders training camp facility in Napa. It marks the second consecutive year that Oakland has hosted the joint practice, having held a one-day practice in 2008. 49ers head coach Mike Singletary earned his first preseason vic- tory last week as San Francisco defeated Denver, 17-16. The game was highlighted by three San Francisco takeaways, a productive run game and three of the 49ers quarterbacks recording a passer rating of over 115.0. 49ERS VS. RAIDERS Bob Lange - Director of Public Relations Ryan Moore - Asst. Director of Public Relations Mike Chasanoff - Public Relations Manager TELEVISION 49ers Television Network CBS-5, CW Bay Area and NFL Network Play-By-Play Dennis O’Donnell Color Analyst Eric Davis Sideline Reporter Kim Coyle RADIO 49ers Radio Network The Bone 107.7 FM - KNBR 680/1050 AM Play-By-Play Ted Robinson Color Analyst Gary Plummer Sideline Reporter Rod Brooks RADIO & TV COVERAGE SPANISH RADIO KIQI 1010/KATD 990 AM Broadcasters Edi Monteroso, Melvin Moran, Marcos Gutierrez Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 10-12 NFL CALENDAR Roster cut-down to maximum of 75 players by 4 PM (ET) Roster cut-down to maximum of 53 players on by 4 PM (ET) After 12 PM (ET), clubs may establish a Practice Squad of eight players Regular Season opens PRESEASON GAME # 2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2009 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (1-0) vs. OAKLAND RAIDERS (1-0) CANDLESTICK PARK | 5:15 P.m.

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  • PRESEASON Day Date Opponent Time (PST) Friday August 14 Broncos W, 17-16 Saturday August 22 Raiders 5:15 p.m. Saturday August 29 @ Cowboys 5:00 p.m. Friday September 4 @ Chargers 7:00 p.m.

    REGULAR SEASON Day Date Opponent Time (PST) Sunday September 13 @ Cardinals 1:15 p.m. Sunday September 20 Seahawks 1:05 p.m. Sunday September 27 @ Vikings 10:00 a.m. Sunday October 4 Rams 1:15 p.m. Sunday October 11 Falcons 1:05 p.m. Sunday October 18 BYE BYE Sunday October 25 @ Texans 10:00 a.m. Sunday November 1 @ Colts 10:00 a.m. Sunday November 8 Titans 1:15 p.m. Thursday November 12 Bears 5:20 p.m. Sunday November 22 @ Packers 10:00 a.m. Sunday November 29 Jaguars 1:05 p.m. Sunday December 6 @ Seahawks 1:15 p.m. Monday December 14 Cardinals 5:30 p.m. Sunday December 20 @ Eagles 10:00 a.m. Sunday December 27 Lions 1:05 p.m. Sunday January 3 @ Rams 10:00 a.m.

    49ERS 2009 SCHEDULE

    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS GAME RELEASE

    49ers TELEVISION NETWORK CBS-5 and CW Bay Area are the official television partners of the San Francisco 49ers preseason broadcasts, and the flagship televisions stations of the 49ers Television Network. Veteran broadcaster Dennis O’Donnell is in his 9th season as the preseason play-by-play voice of the 49ers, while former 49ers cornerback Eric Davis is in his 2nd season providing game analysis. Kim Coyle, a two-time Emmy nominated anchor, reports from the 49ers sidelines for her 3rd season.

    49ers RADIO NETWORKAll 49ers games can be heard on The Bone (KSAN 107.7-FM) or KNBR (680/1050-AM). Ted Robinson is in his 1st season as the play-by-play voice of the 49ers, having also served as the 3rd member of the 49ers broadcast team in 1983. He is joined by former 49ers linebacker Gary Plum-mer, who is in his 12th season providing color commentary. A familiar voice in Bay Area radio, Rod Brooks is in his 4th year as the 49ers sideline reporter.

    SPANISH RADIOAll 49ers regular season games can be heard on 49ers Hispanic Ra-dio Network Affiliates, KIQI (1010-AM) and KATD (990-AM), through a partnership with Marcos Gutierrez Productions. Handling broadcast du-ties are announcers Edi Monteroso, Melvin Moran and Marcos Gutierrez.

    49ERS ON THE AIR

    The 49ers host the Oakland Raiders in what will mark the ninth con-secutive season the two teams have faced one another during preseason play, with each team flip-flopping victories since 2002. In the series, Oakland holds a 19-17 advantage over San Francisco. The Raiders pulled out an 18-10 victory at McAfee Coliseum in the preseason opener last year. Prior to Saturday’s contest, both teams will practice together on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Raiders training camp facility in Napa. It marks the second consecutive year that Oakland has hosted the joint practice, having held a one-day practice in 2008. 49ers head coach Mike Singletary earned his first preseason vic-tory last week as San Francisco defeated Denver, 17-16. The game was highlighted by three San Francisco takeaways, a productive run game and three of the 49ers quarterbacks recording a passer rating of over 115.0.

    49ERS VS. RAIDERS

    Bob Lange - Director of Public Relations Ryan Moore - Asst. Director of Public Relations Mike Chasanoff - Public Relations Manager

    TELEVISION49ers Television NetworkCBS-5, CW Bay Area and

    NFL NetworkPlay-By-Play

    Dennis O’DonnellColor Analyst

    Eric DavisSideline Reporter

    Kim Coyle

    RADIO49ers Radio NetworkThe Bone 107.7 FM - KNBR 680/1050 AM

    Play-By-PlayTed RobinsonColor AnalystGary Plummer

    Sideline ReporterRod Brooks

    RADIO & TV COVERAGE

    SPANISH RADIOKIQI 1010/KATD 990 AM

    Broadcasters Edi Monteroso, Melvin Moran, Marcos Gutierrez

    Sept. 1

    Sept. 5

    Sept. 6

    Sept. 10-12

    NFL CALENDARRoster cut-down to maximum of 75 players by 4 PM (ET)

    Roster cut-down to maximum of 53 players on by 4 PM (ET)

    After 12 PM (ET), clubs may establish a Practice Squad of

    eight players

    Regular Season opens

    PRESEASON GAME # 2

    SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2009

    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (1-0)

    vs.

    OAKLAND RAIDERS (1-0)CANDLESTICK PARK | 5:15 P.m.

  • The 49ers media extranet site is updated daily and contains all of the necessary information to cover the team. On the site, you’ll find a compi-lation of 49ers game releases, rosters, updated player bios, gamebooks, transcriptions, statistics and much more.

    To access the site, please visit http://media.49ers.com.

    49ERS MEDIA EXTRANET

    For the 2009 season, the San Francisco 49ers will be wearing new uniforms featuring a number of aesthetic enhancements that modernize the popular look of the 49ers’ storied past, highlighted by the return of the signature color of the franchise, 49ers Red. “The new uniforms represent the 49ers in a manner that allows us to connect with our past, but also keep an eye on our future,” Team Presi-dent Jed York said. “Our decision to change the uniform is just another opportunity to show our fans that we are always striving to improve our team, in every way possible.” Aside from reintroducing the classic 49ers colors, the uniform brings back the grey facemask to the helmet. “I think the new jerseys are awesome,” left tackle Joe Staley said. “I think going back to our old uniforms is great for the tradition of the franchise. Getting back to our winning ways in our red uniforms – we’re all really excited about it.” The 49ers ligature has been added to the chest of the uniform, the neck line was lowered for more mobility, the white and red stripes on the pants were thinned out, and a new, form-fitting material was used throughout to ensure more flexibility and ease of movement.

    UNITING THE PAST WITH THE PRESENT

    The 49ers 2009 media guide is now available in PDF format on the team’s website and will be updated weekly throughout the season. All sections that are no longer included in the print version of the guide can now be found at the link below.

    www.49ers.com/team/media-guide.html

    49ERS 2009 MEDIA GUIDE

    The 49ers will face the AFC South and NFC North in cross-divi-sional play this season, while continuing to battle their NFC West foes. San Francisco will also square off against the Atlanta Falcons in a home game, and also travel to Philadelphia to face the Eagles.

    HOME 2008 Record Last Time Played Location Result Arizona 9-7 11/10/08 (ARI) L, 29-24 St. Louis 2-14 12/21/08 (StL) W, 17-16 Seattle 4-12 10/26/08 (SF) L, 34-13 Chicago 9-7 10/29/06 (CHI) L,, 41-10 Detroit 0-16 9/21/08 (SF) W, 31-13 Atlanta 11-5 11/4/07 (ATL) L, 20-16 Jacksonville 5-11 12/18/05 (JAC) L, 10-9 Tennessee 13-3 11/27/05 (TEN) L, 33-22

    AWAY 2008 Record Last Time Played Location Result Arizona -- -- -- -- St. Louis -- -- -- -- Seattle -- -- -- -- Green Bay 6-10 12/10/06 (SF) L, 30-19 Minnesota 10-6 12/9/07 (SF) L, 27-7 Philadelphia 9-6-1 10/12/08 (SF) L, 40-26 Houston 8-8 1/1/06 (SF) W, 20-17 Indianapolis 12-4 10/9/05 (SF) L, 28-3

    49ers opponent breakdown Head coach Mike Singletary is known to be the 49ers living, breathing quote machine. Whether it’s a stirring pre-game speech, a mid-prac-tice pep talk or an enthusiastic post-game press conference, the Hall of Famer knows how to passionately deliver a message. With more than a week of “Camp Singletary” under their belts, the new head coach’s pupils sounded off about the man charged with leading them back to greatness. When asked to give a word that best describes Singletary, none of these team leaders stopped at one. Go figure the word “intense” came up multiple times.

    Linebacker Patrick Willis - “Perfectionist. We expect to be in the Super Bowl under coach Singletary’s guidance, that’s the God’s honest truth. The way we’ve gone about working, the time that we’ve put in and the way that he’s forming this team as one, is not something that you do just to win games but to build a championship team.”

    Center Eric Heitmann - “Committed. Coach Singletary is a tremendous motivator and leader. He is incredibly driven and I really admire the way that he’s brought this team together and made it more of a family atmo-sphere amongst the players.”

    Running Back Frank Gore - “Indescribable. I like that he keeps it 100% with the team. He knows what we need to do if we want to be one of the elite teams in this league. I know that he cares about what we do out there. I know that if we’re doing the right thing, it’s going to carry over to the field on Sundays.”

    Tight End Vernon Davis - “No nonsense. He wants us to be a family and stick together, be there for one another and just play this game the way it is supposed to be played.”

    Tackle Joe Staley - “Intense. If you know Singletary, you know that he’s known for his intensity and being physical with an ‘F,’ as he puts it. Everybody sees his fire, his passion and his intensity for football. The passion that he brings rubs off on this organization and it’s exciting.”

    Quarterback Shaun Hill - “Champion. The thing that I really like and respect about him is he’s completely open and honest with us. I hope that this team, under his tutelage, continues to gel and mold and turn into the team that he envisions us to be. I think we’re on our way to do-ing that.”

    Cornerback Nate Clements - “Old-school. He played the game. He’s one of those coaches that has been to the Super Bowl and has expe-rienced what we’re trying to achieve here. We listen to what he has to say because he’s already experienced what we’re trying to accomplish.”

    Returner Allen Rossum - “Intense. He’s set such a high standard that we’re all buying into. He’s giving you a chance to reach the potential that you probably never thought that you could reach.”

    Safety Michael Lewis - “Strong. With coach Singletary every small de-tail counts and it leads to the success of the team. What we’re trying to build here is a family atmosphere where we can trust one another and also play for one another.”

    SING-ING HIS PRAISES

  • Mike Singletary is in his first full season as the head coach of the 49ers. A two-time Defensive Player of the Year (1985 &1988), Singletary played 12 seasons (1981-92) for the Chicago Bears and earned countless hon-ors, including 10 consecutive Pro Bowl nods and eight first-team All-Pro selections. After retiring in 1993, he decided to take time away from the game to raise a family. In 2003, Singletary broke into the coaching ranks as the inside linebackers coach for the Baltimore Ravens. He then moved on to the 49ers in 2005, where he served as the assistant head coach and linebackers coach. A year later, he was elevated to assistant head coach/defense, a title which he held until taking over as the 49ers head coach midway through the 2008 season. He went on to compile a 5-4 record that year, which included victories in five of the final seven contests of the season.

    Tom Cable is in his second season as the head coach of the Raiders. In addition to his head coaching duties, Cable coached an offensive line that helped the team rank 10th in the NFL in rushing in 2008. He joined Oakland in 2007, as the offensive line coach, and mentored a line that helped RB Justin Fargas record his first 1,000 yard rushing season and the Raiders to finish 6th in the NFL in rushing. In 2006, Cable coached an Atlanta Falcons offensive line that finished 1st in the NFL in rushing (2,939). Prior to his time with the Falcons, Cable served as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for two years (2004-05) at UCLA.

    THE HEAD COACHES

    Mike Singletary Tom Cable 1-0 Pre-Season Record 1-0 5-4 Regular Season Record 4-8 2nd Years as Head Coach with Team 2nd 7th Years as an NFL Coach 4th

    Raiders Lead Series 19-17 Year Winning Team Score Location 1967 49ers 13-10 Oakland 1968 Raiders 26-19 San Francisco 1969 Raiders 42-28 Oakland 1970 Raiders 31-17 San Francisco 1971 Raiders 34-28 Oakland 1972 49ers 34-21 San Francisco 1973 Raiders 23-17 Oakland 1974 Raiders 20-19 San Francisco 1975 Raiders 40-21 Oakland 1976 Raiders 14-9 San Francisco 1977 Raiders 33-0 Oakland 1978 Raiders 31-14 San Francisco 1979 Raiders 41-10 Oakland 1980 49ers 33-14 San Francisco 1981 Raiders 21-7 Oakland 1982 Raiders 17-14 San Francisco 1983 Raiders 26-23 (OT) Los Angeles 1984 49ers 13-10 San Francisco 1985 49ers 28-21 Los Angeles 1986 49ers 32-0 San Francisco 1987 49ers 42-16 Los Angeles 1988 49ers 24-10 San Francisco 1989 49ers 37-7 Los Angeles 1990 Raiders 23-13 San Francisco 1991 49ers 24-17 Los Angeles 1992 49ers 24-10 San Francisco 1993 49ers 27-0 Palo Alto 1999 49ers 16-8 Oakland 2001 49ers 20-17 San Francisco 2002 Raiders 17-10 Oakland 2003 49ers 14-10 San Francisco 2004 Raiders 33-30 San Francisco 2005 49ers 21-13 San Francisco 2006 Raiders 23-7 Oakland 2007 49ers 26-21 San Francisco 2008 Raiders 18-6 Oakland

    PRESEASON SERIES HISTORY

    When 49ers head coach Mike Singletary was filling out his coaching staff this past offseason, he sought individuals who could not only teach, but also inspire. He went on to add five new faces to what he considered an already “special” group of coaches, while also elevating Johnnie Lynn to the position of special assistant to the head coach/secondary.

    Offensive Coordinator - Jimmy RayeRaye rejoins the 49ers after originally serving as the San Francisco’s wide receivers coach in 1977. He has over 30 years of NFL coach-ing experience, including a total of 12 years as an offensive coordinator for several teams: Los Angeles Rams (1983-84, ‘91), Tampa Bay Bucs (1985-86), New England Patriots (1990), Kansas City Chiefs (1998-2000), Washington Redskins (2001) and Oakland Raiders (2004-05).

    “When I sat down and listened to what he had to say, in terms of what his philosophy was and the conviction behind it, he talked about the physicality that the offense has to have. He talked about the toughness, both mentally and physically, that the offense has to have. The discipline it takes to do those things. That to me, that was something that we were really excited about.” - Mike Singletary

    Pass Rush Specialist - Al HarrisHarris, who is in his first season as an NFL coach, enjoyed a stellar 11-year playing career with the Chicago Bears (1979-84, ‘86-88) and Philadelphia Eagles (1989-90).

    “Al Harris’ greatest attribute is as a teacher. We’re excited about the ad-dition of Al because our players will benefit from his teaching ability, in terms of the strategy and methodology of what goes into the pass rush.” - Mike Singletary

    Offensive Assistant - Jason MichaelMichael brings both NFL and collegiate coaching experience to San Francisco. Prior to joining the 49ers, he served as the tight ends coach at the University of Tennessee in 2008, after coaching two years (2006-07) with the New York Jets and one season with the Raiders (2005).

    “I have familiarity with Jason from my time with the Raiders and Jets. He’s an extremely organized individual with innate intelligence. Jason has a great feel for defensive game-planning and the type of football we’d like to run. He’s very much a part of what we do.” - Jimmy Raye

    Running Backs - Tom RathmanRathman is in his 2nd coaching stint with the 49ers, having coached running backs for San Francisco 1997-2002. In five of his six seasons with the team, the 49ers rushing attack finished in the top 10 among NFL teams. As a player, Rathman helped the 49ers win two Super Bowl Championships and seven NFC West titles during a playing career that spanned nine years (1986-94).

    “I think Tom has developed a good rapport with all the running backs, getting to know who they are and coaching them hard, and at the same time being that father figure when you have to listen and help them work through things.” - Mike Singletary

    Inside Linebackers - Vantz SingletarySingletary joins the 49ers after coaching 17 seasons in the collegiate ranks. In 2008, he served as the defensive tackles coach at the Uni-versity of Buffalo, where he helped lead the school to its first ever bowl appearance.

    “Vantz has had a tremendous career during his many seasons as a col-legiate coach. I am confident that the way he has worked with young football players during that extensive experience will translate into suc-cess as he embarks on his NFL coaching career.” - Mike Singletary

    WELCOME TO THE FAMILY

  • COACHING CONNECTIONS49ers offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye served in the same capacity with the Oakland Raiders during the 2004-05 seasons...Raiders defen-sive coordinator John Marshall coached with the 49ers from 1989–98, serving as the defensive line coach from 1989-93, linebackers coach from 1994–96 and defensive coordinator from 1997–98...Raiders de-fensive line coach Dwaine Board coached the 49ers defensive line from 1990-2002...Raiders quarterbacks coach Paul Hackett was a quarter-back/receivers coach with the 49ers (1982-85)...Raiders passing game coordinator Ted Tollner coached in many capacities for the 49ers, serving as quarterbacks coach (2002-03), offensive coordinator (2004), offensive assistant (2007) and quarterbacks coach/assistant to head coach (2008).

    FORMER RAIDERS - 49ers T Barry Sims played nine seasons (1999-2007) with the Raiders, starting 115 game for Oakland. 49ers PK Joe Nedney played the final three games of the 1999 season for the Raiders and converted 5 of 7 field goals.

    FORMER 49ERS - Raiders QB Jeff Garcia, a native of Gilroy, CA, played with the San Francisco 49ers from 1999–2003 and went to three con-secutive Pro Bowls (2000-02) as a member of the 49ers.

    SPARTANS - 49ers K Joe Nedney and Raiders QB Jeff Garcia were teammates at nearby San Jose State University from 1991 to 1993.

    MIGHTY DUCKS - 49ers T Adam Snyder and Raiders WR Samie Parker were teammates at Oregon from 2001–03.

    TEXAS TWO-STEP - 49ers CB Tarell Brown and Raiders S Michael Huff roamed the secondary together at Texas for three seasons (2003-05).

    IT’S A SMALL WORLD

    49ERS (NFL Rank) RAIDERS (NFL Rank) 7-9 (2nd NFCW) Record 5-11 (3rd AFCW) 21.2 (22nd) Points Per Game 16.4 (29th) 311.1 (23rd) Total Offense 272.3 (29th) 99.9 (27th) Rushing Offense 124.2 (10th) 211.2 (13th) Passing Offense 148.1 (32nd) 29:22 (20th) Possession Average 28:09 (27th) 23.8 (t-22nd) Points Allowed Per Game 24.3 (24th) 326.0 (13th) Total Defense 360.9 (27th) 106.8 (t-13th) Rushing Defense 159.7 (31st) 219.2 (20th) Passing Defense 201.3 (10th) 30 (t-16th) Sacks 32 (13th) 47.1 (3rd) Punting Avg. (Gross) 48.8 (2nd) -17 (t-31st) Turnover Differential 1 (t-15st)

    49ERS RAIDERS PASSING YARDS Shaun Hill ............... 2,046 JaMarcus Russell .. 2,423J.T. O’Sullivan ......... 1,678 Andrew Walter .......... 204

    RUSHING YARDSFrank Gore .............. 1,036 Justin Fargas ............ 853DeShaun Foster ......... 234 Darren McFadden ..... 499

    RECEPTIONSIsaac Bruce .................. 61 Zach Miller.................. 56Bryant Johnson ............ 45 Darren McFadden ....... 29

    RECEIVING YARDSIsaac Bruce ................ 835 Zach Miller................ 778Bryant Johnson .......... 546 Johnnie Lee Higgins . 366

    INTERCEPTIONSW. Harris/T. Spikes ......... 3 Chris Johnson ............... 3N. Clements/T. Brown .... 2 DeAngelo Hall ............... 3 Rashad Baker ............... 3

    SACKSParys Haralson ............ 8.0 Kalimba Edwards ....... 5.0Justin Smith ............... 7.0 Trevor Scott ............... 5.0

    2008 TEAM COMPARISon

    Preseason Matchups: 36Preseason Series: Raiders lead series 19-17First Preseason Meeting: 9/3/67, 49ers win, 13-10, at OaklandLast Preseason Meeting: 8/8/09, Raiders win, 18-8, at OaklandCurrent Streak: Lost 1Longest 49ers Win Streak: 6 (8/4/84 - 8/12/89)Longest Raiders Win Streak: 7 (9/1/73- 8/11/79)Most 49ers Points: 42 (8/15/89): 42-16 at Los AngelesMost Raiders Points: 42 (8/31/69): 42-28 at Oakland49ers Shutouts: 2 (Last - 8/8/93): 27-0 at Palo AltoRaiders Shutouts: 1 (9/3/77): 33-0 at Oakland

    PRESEason Series HIGHLIGHTS

    49ERS (NFL Rank) RAIDERS (NFL Rank) 1-0 (t-1 NFCW) Record 1-0 (t-1 AFCW) 17.0 (t-15th) Points Per Game 31.0 (1st) 278.0 (18th) Total Offense 456.0 (2nd) 136.0 (7th) Rushing Offense 176.0 (5th) 142.0 (22nd) Net Passing Offense 280.0 (5th) 77.8 (1st) Completion Percentage 59.5 (16th) 28:18 (21st) Possession Average 30:32 (13th) 16.0 (10th) Points Allowed Per Game 10.0 (t-5th) 341.0 (19th) Total Defense 274.0 (9th) 110.0 (17th) Rushing Defense 127.0 (22nd) 231.0 (19th) Passing Defense 147.0 (7th) 0 (t-23rd) Sacks 1 (t-16th) 3 (3rd) Interceptions 1 (t-10th) +3 (t-1st) Turnover Differential +2 (t-3rd)**Rankings as of 8/16 49ERS RAIDERS PASSING YARDS Damon Huard .............. 98 Bruce Gradkowski..... 161

    RUSHING YARDSGlen Coffee .................. 67 Darren McFadden ....... 63

    RECEPTIONSFive Players ................... 2 Chaz Schilens ............... 5

    RECEIVING YARDSBrit Miller ..................... 43 Chaz Schilens ............. 52

    INTERCEPTIONSClements/Bly/R. Smith ... 1 Michael Huff ................. 1

    2009 PRESEASON TEAM COMPARISon

  • With more than 30 years of NFL coaching experience, Jimmy Raye is looking to maximize the 49ers potential on offense as San Francis-co’s new offensive coordinator. Raye spent the offseason meticulously breaking down film in an effort to pinpoint the team’s strengths. Rather than employ a specific scheme upon his arrival, Raye installed an offense that was built around the team’s players. “Jimmy’s definitely going to call games to our strengths and the per-sonnel we have,” said QB Shaun Hill. “The offense we are running, with the way Jimmy teaches it, he is preaching the perfection of the offense, as opposed to having a million plays. I think that is really helping us out. We are able to go out there and run these plays numerous amounts of times and really get the details down.” Raye is no stranger to the role of offensive coordinator, having held the post for a total of 12 years during his coaching career. It wasn’t as much his experience, as it was Raye’s philosophy and vision that im-pressed 49ers Head Coach Mike Singletary during the search process. “When I sat down and listened to what he had to say in terms of his philosophy and the conviction behind it, he talked about the physical-ity that the offense has to have,” said Singletary. “He talked about the toughness, both mentally and physically, that the offense has to have. The discipline it takes to do those things. That to me, that was something we were really excited about.” Raye has a history of getting the most out of his running backs and tight ends, which is music to the ears of both RB Frank Gore and TE Vernon Davis. From 1983-84, Raye orchestrated a Los Angeles Rams offense that featured RB Eric Dickerson, who rushed for 2,105 yards in 1984 and 1,808 yards in 1983. Several years later, Raye guided TE Tony Gonzalez to the 2nd highest receiving total of his career (1,203 in 2000), while serving as the Chiefs offensive coordinator from 1998-2000. Hav-ing knowledge of Raye’s past, Davis is looking forward to an increased role in the passing game in 2009. “Since I’ve been here, I haven’t really had the opportunity to show-case what I could do, but now that Jimmy Raye has come in, he’s given me a lot more opportunity to make plays,” said Davis.

    RAYE OF LIGHT

    The 49ers offense will look to build upon the team’s explosiveness from 2008. Led by WR Isaac Bruce’s 14 receptions of 20+ yards and RB Frank Gore’s eight carries of 20+ yards, the 49ers finished the season ranked 5th in the NFL in explosive gains.

    20+ PLAYS, NFL TEAM 20+ PASS 20+ RUSH 20+ PLAYS 1. New Orleans 66 9 75 2. Houston 60 13 73 3. Carolina 45 24 69 4. Dallas 54 12 66 5. San Francisco 55 9 64

    EXPLOSIVE GAINS

    The 49ers receiving corps is considered to be the deepest it has been in years. The group was able to stretch the field in 2008, and will look to gain even bigger chunks of yardage this season.

    YARDS PER RECEPTION, 2008 NFL TEAM REC YDS AVG 1. Carolina 246 3,288 13.4 2. Atlanta 265 3,440 13.0 3. San Diego 312 4,009 12.8 4. New Orleans 413 5,069 12.3 5. Houston 367 4,474 12.2 6. Dallas 328 3,988 12.2 7. San Francisco 309 3,724 12.1

    STRETCHING The FielD

    Under the guidance of defensive coordinator Greg Manusky, the 49ers defense has steadily improved in numerous categories over the past two seasons. Manusky, who played 12 seasons in the NFL as a linebacker, saw his unit excel during the final half of the 2008 season. With a simplified 3-4 alignment, the 49ers defense went from ranking 23rd in the NFL after seven games played to 13th by season’s end. The unit ranked 7th in the NFL in points allowed (17.4 ppg) during the final seven games of the season, while ranking 3rd in passing yards allowed (177.4 ypg) over the final five games. Since Manusky took over the 49ers defense in 2007, the results have been positive.

    49ERS DEFENSIVE RANKINGS 2006 2007* 2008*TOTAL YARDS PER GAME 26 25 13YARDS PER PLAY 25 16 11RUSH YARDS PER GAME 19 22 13RUSH YARDS PER ATTEMPT 16 5 8PASS YARDS PER GAME 26 22 20PASS YARDS PER ATTEMPT 25 21 153RD DOWN (%) 29 19 12SACKS 22 21 15SACKS PER PASS PLAY 20 24 21RED ZONE (TD%) 17 6 8EXPLOSIVE PLAYS (+20) 26 12 2

    *Under Defensive Coordinator Greg Manusky

    BLue coLLAR BAsIcS

    The 49ers have continued a trend of limiting big plays, al-lowing just two plays of 20+ yards against the Broncos. San Francisco’s defense kept explosive plays to a mini-mum in 2008. The unit allowed 41 plays of 20+ yards, marking a dramatic improvement from 61 such plays a year prior.

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    PLAYS OF 20+ YDS ALLOWED, NFL TEAM 20+ YD PLAYS 1. Pittsburgh 27 2. San Francisco 41 3t. Cincinnati 42 San Diego 42 Washington 42 6. Indianapolis 44 7tt Two Teams 47

  • For the third consecutive year, the 49ers were able to add a group of veteran free agents to an already talented squad. During the 2008 off-season, San Francisco acquired WR Isaac Bruce (15 starts), DE Justin Smith (16), T Barry Sims (8) and KR/PR Allen Rossum in free agency. Over the last several months, 49ers management signed several players who they believe will help add depth to the team’s roster.

    CB Dre’ Bly – (5-10, 180) – 11th Year – GP/GS: 151/111Bly is a known playmaker at the cornerback registering 40 INTs, 5 re-turned for touchdowns, during his 10-year career. He spent the past two seasons with the Denver Broncos where he led the team in INTs both years. Bly’s previous stops include stints with Detroit (2003-06) and St. Louis (1999-2002).

    DE Demetric Evans – (6-4, 275) – 8th Year – GP/GS: 96/23Evans will look to add to a talented defensive line. He spent the past five seasons with Washington, proving to be a valuable part of the defensive line rotation. Evans started his career with Dallas and has registered 207 (121 solo) tackles, 13.0 sacks, 12 PDs and 3 FFs during his career.

    LB Marques Harris – (6-1, 245) – 5th Year – GP/GS: 56/6A pass rushing threat from the linebacker position, Harris comes from San Diego where he spent the first four seasons of his career. With the Chargers, Harris accumulated 75 tackles (42 solo), 8.0 sacks and 4 FRs at outside linebacker.

    QB Damon Huard – (6-3, 218) – 13th Year – GP/GS: 64/27A seasoned veteran at the quarterback position, Huard has had a 12-year career with the Miami Dolphins (1997-2000), New England Patriots (2001-03) and the Kansas City Chiefs (2004-08). He has thrown for 6,303 yards and 33 TDs, with a QB rating of 80.6, during his career.

    WR Brandon Jones – (6-1, 212) – 5th Year – GP/GS: 51/27An athletic wide receiver, Jones spent his first four seasons with Ten-nessee. As a Titan, Jones tallied 1,380 receiving yards on 112 catches, along with nine touchdowns and will look to add to a deep receiving core for the 49ers.

    FB Moran Norris – (6-1, 250) – 9th Year – GP/GS: 103/38Norris returns to the 49ers this season after spending 2008 with the Detroit Lions. From 2006-07, he was instrumental in helping RB Frank Gore capture the 2006 NFC rushing title and become the first 49ers running back to run for consecutive 1,000 yard seasons since Charlie Garner (1999-2000).

    T Marvel Smith – (6-5, 321) – 10th Year – GP/GS: 111/108Smith joins the 49ers after spending the past nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was the team’s starting left tackle during their Super Bowl Championship run in 2005. He has played both tackle posi-tions.

    key acquisitions 2009 draft class

    WR Michael Crabtree – 1st Round – 10th OverallCrabtree was twice honored as the Fred Biletnikoff Award recipient, given annually to the nation’s top receiver, becoming the first ever first-year player to receive the award in 2007. He finished his two-year Red Raiders career with 231 career receptions for 3,127 receiving yards and 41 career TDs, which set NCAA records for catches and TDs in a two-year span.

    RB Glen Coffee – 3rd Round – 74th OverallCoffee ran for 2,107 yds. and 14 TDs on 410 carries during his career at Alabama. In his final season with the Crimson Tide, he was named a semi-finalist for the Doak Walker Award, given annually to the nation’s top running back, rushing for 1,383 yds. and 10 TDs. “He looks pretty good to me,” said offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye. “He’s a very rugged guy. He’s a very determined, inside, slashing runner, the way he was in college. His adaptability to that run style in the NFL, it seems to be that he would do well because of his physicality.”

    LB Scott McKillop – 5th Round – 146th Overall A very productive linebacker through his 48 games (25 starts) at Pitts-burgh, McKillop registered 345 tackles (211 solo), 28.5 TFLs and 8 sacks on his way to being named Big East Defensive Player of the Year (2007-08). “I’m excited about the kid Scott [McKillop] from Pittsburgh,” said head coach Mike Singletary. “He’s just raw. He’s just got to work on his technique and he’s going to be a big help to us this season.”

    QB Nate Davis –5th Round – 171st OverallSet school records at Ball State for TD passes (74), passing yds. (9,233), pass attempts (1,124), pass completions (678), 250-yd. passing games (20) and 300-yd. passing games (9). “He’s just a guy to me, that is very talented,” Singletary said. “He has a very strong arm. Very durable guy. So, I’m very excited to have him, and have [QB Coach] Mike Johnson work with him and bring him along.”

    TE Bear Pascoe –6th Round – 184th OverallEarned a reputation for being a threat in the receiving game and on spe-cial teams while at Fresno State. Pascoe totaled 112 catches for 1,294 yds. and 10 TDs, while blocking a school-record 6 field goals during his 45 games (37 starts) with the Bulldogs. “I think he is a tough, hard-nosed guy that is going to give you ev-erything that he has,” Singletary said. “You know exactly what you’re going to get when you get a guy like this, because he gives you every-thing he has. I mean, he’s a fighter. He’s a competitor, and he just gets after it. So I’m very excited to have him.”

    S Curtis Taylor – 7th Round - 219th OverallIn 50 games (22 starts) at LSU, tallied 112 tackles, 2 sacks, 11 PDs, 5 INTs, and 1 FR. “Taylor has some skills from the back end,” Manusky said. “For all rookies that come in it’s hard to just get the transitioning, from the calls and the repetitions that he gets, he’s doing quite a fine job.”

    DE Ricky Jean-Francois – 7th Round – 244th OverallPlayed in 25 games (9 starts), posting 56 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 3 PDs, 3 FRs and a FF during his Tigers career. He was named Most Outstanding De-fensive Player in the 2007 BCS National Championship Game registering 6 tackles, a half sack and a blocked field goal. “I think that he’s a guy that were excited about as well,” Singletary said. “If you look at film on him and you look at [Tyson Jackson] play football you see [Jean-Francois], next to him he jumps out all of the time and he makes plays.”

  • frank the tank Since he busted onto the scene in 2006 when he led the NFC with 1,695 yards rushing, RB Frank Gore has been a work-horse for the 49ers offense. He has accounted for 5,127 yards, or 35.2% of the 49ers total offense, since 2006. Gore has averaged 1,709 yards from scrim-mage a year during the same time frame, ranking 3rd in the NFL behind LaDainian Tomlinson and Brian Westbrook.

    NFL YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE LEADERS SINCE 2006 Player Yards 1. LaDainian Tomlinson, SD 5,808 2. Brian Westbrook, PHI 5,358 3. Frank Gore, SF 5,127 4. Steven Jackson, STL 5,028 5. Thomas Jones, NYJ 4,219

    Gore also leads the NFL with a 4.72 yards per carry average and ranks 2nd in the NFL with 3,833 rushing yards since 2006.

    NFL RUSHING LEADERS SINCE 2006 Player 2006 2007 2008 Total 1. LaDainian Tomlinson, SD 1,815 1,474 1,110 4,399 2. Frank Gore, SF 1,695 1,102 1,036 3,833 3. Thomas Jones, CHI/NYJ 1,210 1,119 1,312 3,641 4. Willie Parker, PIT 1,494 1,316 791 3,601 5. Steven Jackson, STL 1,528 1,002 1,042 3,572

    NFL YARDS PER CARRY LEADERS SINCE 2006 Player AVG. YPC 1. Frank Gore, SF 4.72 2. Brian Westbrook, PHI 4.64 3. LaDainian Tomlinson, SD 4.61

    Last season, Gore became the first player in franchise history to rush for over 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons. He led the NFC and ranked 3rd in the NFL with 1,695 rushing yards in 2006, ranked 5th in the NFC with 1,102 rushing yards in 2007 and 8th in the NFC with 1,036, despite missing two games with an ankle injury. Gore is one of four play-ers who have rushed for over 1,000 from 2006-2008.

    CONSECUTIVE 1,000 YARD RUSHING SEASONS 2006-2008 Player 2006 2007 2008 Frank Gore, SF 1,695 1,102 1,036 Steven Jackson, STL 1,528 1,002 1,042 Thomas Jones, CHI/NYJ 1,210 1,119 1,312 LaDainian Tomlinson, SD 1,815 1,474 1,110

    When sizing up Gore, it’s not all about the stats. He has put in hard work to become an all-around back, and that includes excelling in pass protection. Over the course of his career, Gore has been seen time and time again holding his own against larger defenders in pass protection. Gore, at 5-9 and 217 pounds, takes pride in how he approaches blocking. “It’s not about size. It’s about what you’ve got in your chest. I’ve got a lot of heart.” Gore’s passion goes a long way. If he’s not practicing or conditioning, he’s probably putting in extra hours of film study. He credits his Uni-versity of Miami running backs coach, Don Soldinger, for stressing the importance of blocking. “Anybody can run the ball,” Gore told the SF Chronicle. “If you want to separate yourself, you’ve got to do all three phases. That’s why you see all the Miami backs around the league - Clinton Portis, Edgerrin James, Willis McGahee - they all block.”

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    eye of the tiger Over the years, Gore has evolved into a team leader who does so by example. With a phenominal work ethic and tremendous attitude, Gore has hit the ground running and is anxious to start playing games. “I feel fast, strong, ready,” Gore said. “Every time I’m on the field, I envision being in the game. I feel great. I feel the more reps, the more comfortable I will be. I’m ready to play ball.” Gore’s efforts and ability have been noticed by everyone, especially new offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye. “He has been one of the best workers in preparation, since we started this training camp,” Raye said. “I think he has the eye of the tiger this year. From what I’ve seen, his work ethic has been outstanding and he’s looking forward to a good year, and we are looking forward to him having one.” Raye is entering his 33rd season in the NFL and he has coached some of the greatest running backs of all-time, including Hall of Famers Marcus Allen and Eric Dickerson. As he watches Gore on the field, Raye knows that he has all the tools to be one of the best to ever play the game. “From what I’ve seen of him, he has all the criteria, all the prerequi-sites, to be a top guy,” Raye said of Gore. “He has it talent-wise, and he has the passion to be a top-level guy, be in the upper echelon of backs that have played in the NFL.”

    tight end friendly Jimmy Raye has always been know as a tight end friendly coach. As the offensive coordinator with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2000, TE Tony Gonzalez flourished in Raye’s system, recording the 2nd-highest receiv-ing total in his career with 1,203 receiving yards on 93 receptions and nine touchdowns. “The way we play offensively has always been tight end friendly, and the places that I’ve been, the tight end is a pretty integral part of what we do,” Raye said. TE Vernon Davis, who has 103 career receptions for 1,132 yards and nine touchdowns in three seasons, has all of the necessary skills to thrive in Raye’s system. “I think with his speed and athleticism,” Raye said of Davis, “and his ability to in-line block, and the fact that he can block a defensive end in the league, which is unusual for a tight end, and having the combination of the ability to go downfield and matchup and catch the ball, I see him being a very good fit.” Another player who will benefit from Raye’s system will be TE Delanie Walker. Walker is entering his fourth season with the 49ers and has 33 career receptions for 359 yards and two touchdowns. “We feel that we can create some good mismatches with Vernon and Delanie,” said QB Shaun Hill. “They are very athletic for tight ends. If we can get them matched up in space we feel good about that. That is part of our emphasis, without a doubt.”

    Entering his 5th season with San Francisco, Gore has already moved into 5th place on the 49ers all-time rushing list.

    ALL-TIME 49ERS RUSHING LIST Player Years Yards 1. Joe Perry 1950-1963 (12) 7,344 2. Roger Craig 1983-1990 (8) 7,064 3. Ken Willard 1965-1973 (9) 5,930 4. Garrison Hearst 1997-2003 (5) 5,535 5. Frank Gore 2005-2008 (4) 4,441 6. J.D. Smith 1956-1964 (9) 4,370

  • Entering his 16th NFL season, WR Isaac Bruce has established himself as one of the best receivers to ever play the game. Bruce, a four-time Pro Bowler, ranks 2nd in NFL history with 14,944 receiving yards, 5th with 1,003 career receptions and 9th with 91 receiving touchdowns. “He’s a true professional guy,” said offensive coordinator Jim-my Raye. “He has great initial quickness, the ability to drop his weight, change direction, great hand-eye coordination. He’s probably, the leading active receiver still playing, the all-time receptions leader still playing.”

    NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS Player Rec. Yards 1. Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 22,895 2. Issac Bruce (1994-Present) 14,944 3. Tim Brown (1988-2004) 14,934 4. Marvin Harrison (1996-Present) 14,580 5. Terrell Owens (1996-Present) 14,122

    NFL ALL-TIME RECEPTION LEADERS Player Receptions 1. Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 1,549 2. Chris Carter (1987-2002 1,101 3. Marvin Harrison (1996-Present) 1,095 4. Tim Brown (1988-2004) 1,094 5. Isaac Bruce (1994-Present) 1,003

    NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS Player Rec. Touchdowns 1. Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 197 2. Terrell Owens (1996-Present) 139 3. Randy Moss (1998-Present) 135 4. Chris Carter (1987-2002) 130 5. Marvin Harrison (1996-Present) 128 6t. Tim Brown (1988-2004) 100 6t. Steve Largent (1976-1989) 100 8. Don Hudson (1935-45) 99 9. Isaac Bruce (1994-Present) 91 10. Don Maynard (1958-73) 88

    isaac bruce ... enough said

    Leading by example Isaac Bruce is not a vocal leader, rather a leader by example. The 49ers have a talented, young corps of receivers, but who better to watch every day than a future Hall of Famer. “Some of the younger receivers, and we’ve got quite a few of them, just gather around him and are able to learn the little things about the details about running routes the way you should run them,” said head coach Mike Singletary. “When you look at someone like Isaac Bruce who is continuing to try and learn, continuing to perfect his craft…When you have that attitude, that’s a true professional. It’s a credit to him, and I’m really thankful that when you have guys like that in the locker room, it makes your job as a coach that much better.” Bruce’s influence is not only felt in the receivers meeting room, but throughout the locker room, especially with All-Pro linebacker Patrick Willis. “He said that your body believes what your mind says,” said Willis of a Bruce. “He said that’s what I do in my spiritual walk and in everyday life. He said I’ve been playing this game for a long time. I asked him how his body feels, and he just told me you have to speak good things upon yourself, whether it be about your body, whether it be about your play, and it will come as you speak it. I took that as ‘I might be hurting, but if I tell myself I’m going to be alright, I’m going to be good.’ He brings so much to our team. We’re grateful to have him.”

    Coming into his own

    When you initially look at the 2008 statistics, WR Josh Morgan’s stat line doesn’t jump off the page at you - he registered just 20 recep-tions for 319 yards and three touchdowns. But, when you take a look at his size, strength and potential (6-1, 219 lbs), that is what offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye is excited about. “For a big-bodied guy his size, for a big receiver, he has excellent explosion,” Raye said. “He’s an explosive guy and a great leaper. His cir-cumference range, because of his arms, is very good. He can get to some balls with extension that some guys can’t.” Morgan has been impressive throughout OTAs and training camp, and started to show where he will be able to help the offense - down field. All of Morgan’s touchdown receptions last year were for over 30 yards and he averaged 16.0 yards per reception. “He’s such a hard worker and a good kid — a good young man,” said quarterback Shaun Hill. “I can’t say enough good things about him. Usually, whenever a receiver has a good work ethic, a good attitude and all that talent, something really good is going to happen for him.” Morgan knows that it is going to take hard work and determination to be the receiver he knows he can be. ”I want everybody to say, ‘Josh Morgan is our best receiver,’” Mor-gan said. “I feel I can make a difference and be a big playmaker on this team, and that keeps me hungry. The sky’s the limit, and I’m not going to be satisfied until I reach my potential.”

    paving the way The 49ers have size and strength along their offensive line entering the season, with an average height of over 6’4” and average weight of 319.4 pounds. They also have youth on their side. C Eric Heitmann, the ‘old man’ of the group, is just 29 years old; G David Baas and T Adam Snyder are each 27; T Joe Staley is 24; and G Chilo Rachal is 23. The leaders of the offensive line are Heitmann and Staley. Heitmann, the longest-tenured 49er, has been a mainstay on the offensive line since being drafted in the seventh round in 2002. He has started 52 games at center over the last four seasons, including 32 consecutive starts. Staley, a first-round pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, has played every possible down on offense since entering the league. Last season, the offensive line helped pave the way for over 100 rushing yards in nine games, including a season-high 182 rushing yards against Detroit (9/21/08).

    in the pocket QB Shaun Hill has posted a 7-3 career record as a starter, including winning four of his last five starts to end the 2008 season. QB Alex Smith was the number one overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft and seems to have bounced back from mulitple injuries throughout his career. Hill and Smith are both competing for the starting quarterback job during camp. “The only thing that I’ll say about the quarterback situation is I’m very excited to have the situation we have,” said Head Coach Mike Sin-gletary. “That is, we’ve got a guy that has come off the bench and won some football games. We’ve got a guy that, really in my mind, hasn’t had the opportunity, the right opportunity, to excel and find out how goo he can be.” The relationship between Hill and Smith extends beyond the football field. The two have gone on vactions together, they go skeet shooting and Hill was even in Smith’s wedding this past offseason. “I’m going out there to try to play the best I can,” said Smith. “I’m trying to make this offense work to the best of its abilities and play fast, make good decisions. All the things that a quarterback needs to do and I’m trying to do that. Any other things that go into that might just be the style of our play, but no it has nothing to do with us being friends. It wouldn’t change if we didn’t like each other. I’d still go out there and play just the same.”

  • what you talkin’ bout willis As the 11th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, LB Patrick Willis didn’t take long to make an impact in the league. He was selected by the NFL as a starter in the 2008 Pro Bowl, marking his 2nd Pro Bowl selection in as many years. He became the first 49ers player to reach the Pro Bowl in each of his first two seasons since Ronnie Lott kicked off his career with four straight trips starting in 1981. Willis, who also earned 2nd-team All-Pro honors, led the team with 185 tackles last season. He registered one sack, one interception (which was returned for a touchdown), one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and a career-high 11 passes defensed. As Willis is entering his third season, Hall of Fame linebacker and head coach Mike Singletary knows that this is an important year in his devel-opment. “I think in that third year, you’ve seen about everything, and then it’s just a matter of trusting your instincts and honing your skills because you’re always trying to work on getting better,” said Singletary. “You’re always trying to anticipate that next move, that next step. Then it becomes a chess match for a guy like Pat. I just think he’s going to continue to blossom, and I’m really excited about his approach to the game. He’s a true professional and he really works at it.” Along with learning from Singletary, Willis has been guided by veterans LB Takeo Spikes and LB Jeff Ulbrich. “Takeo Spikes has been great for him,” said Singletary. “Takeo is like his big brother. He and Pat really spend a lot of time together, studying and understanding what has to happen in the game. Jeff Ulbrich is another tremendous asset. He’s like another brother to Pat and those guys are really close and they continue to talk. Takeo and Jeff continue to pour a lot into him. And there’s just so much that he still does not know and that’s the frightening part about it, so I’m really excited about him and what he’s going to bring to that position in this game.”

    2008 NFL TOTAL TACKLE LEADERS(statistics taken from gamebook)

    Player Tkls 1. D’Qwell Jackson, CLE 141 2. Jon Beason, CAR 136 3. Patrick Willis, SF 134 4. Barrett Ruud, TB 128 5. James Farrior, PIT 126

    MOST TACKLES IN AN NFL GAME FROM 2007-2008(statistics taken from gamebook)

    Player Date Opp Tkls 1. David Harris, NYJ 11-4-07 WAS 24 2t. Patrick Willis, SF 12-23-07 TB 20 Jerod Mayo, NE 11-13-08 NYJ 20 4t. Patrick Willis, SF 10-5-08 NE 18 Patrick Willis, SF 11-25-07 at ARI 18 Patrick Willis, SF 12-2-07 at CAR 18 Napoleon Harris, KC 12-30-07 at NYJ 18

    DE Justin Smith is entering his 2nd season with the 49ers and his 9th season in the NFL. Smith has earned the reputation as an Iron-Man with a motor that never stops. Since his arrival in San Francisco, he has been utilized at a number of different positions, including right defensive end, left defensive end and either outside linebacker positions. He has a nose for the ball no matter where he lines up. Last season, Smith was named the team’s Bill Walsh Award winner, given to the 49ers MVP as voted upon by the coaches. Smith led the team with 57 quarterback pressures to go along with 104 tackles, 7.0 sacks, one forced fumble, one interception and four passes defensed. “He does a lot of things well,” said New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick on Smith. “He’s quick. He’s got a real good motor. He comes hard all the time. A lot of the times, you see the start of the play and think that he’s not going to be a factor on the play, but he outworks his op-ponent. He hustles to the ball, makes plays off the backside and makes plays on the second and third effort spinning out of blocks and coming off of blocks late.” Smith leads all active defensive ends with 123 consecutive starts and has managed to stay healthy and play more than 97 percent of the snaps during his career. Smith also has a nose for the action, leading all NFL defensive linemen in total tackles since 2001.

    NFL DEFENSIVE LINEMEN TOTAL TACKLE LEADERS SINCE 2001 Player Tackles 1. Justin Smith, SF 543 2. Pat Williams, MIN 497 3. Jason Taylor, MIA 486

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    49ers DE Justin Smith and S Mark Roman rank among the top players at their position for consecutive games played and started.

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES - DEFENSIVE ENDS(active players)

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES - SAFETIES(active players)

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED PLAYER GS 1. Deon Grant, SEA 128 2. Mark Roman, SF 96 3t. Marquand Manuel, DEN 79 Donnie Nickey, TEN 79 5. Tyrone Carter, PIT 71

    CONSECUTIVE STARTS PLAYER GS 1. Justin Smith, SF 123 2t. Chris Canty, DAL 48 Mario Williams, HOU 48 Shaun Ellis, NYJ 48 5. Trent Cole, PHI 46

    CONSECUTIVE PLAYED PLAYER GS 1. Justin Smith, SF 127 2. Alex Brown, CHI 111 3. Marques Douglas, BAL 96 4. Travis Kirschke, PIT 87 5. Jacques Cesaire, SD 84

    DURABLE DEFENDERS

  • something old, something new Defensive coordinator Greg Manusky has put together a combina-tion of experience and skill to help bring along youth. Veteran leaders CB Nate Clements, S Michael Lewis and CB Dre’ Bly have been brought in to help develop the talent of CB Tarell Brown and S Dashon Goldson. Clements, Lewis and Bly collectively have started 323 games, reg-istered 80 interceptions and notched four Pro Bowl selections within their 25 years of experience. The group also brings experience in winning. Lewis signed as an unrestricted free agent before the 2007 after spending the first five seasons of his career with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he made the playoffs four times, including a run to the Super Bowl in 2004. Bly has been to the playoffs three times, including two trips to the Super Bowl and one championship. Both Brown and Goldson are entering the third year in the NFL and both are ready to make the jump into everydown players. “With Dashon trying to take the lead role and starting to go with it,” said Manusky, “he is gaining more confidence each day he practices with the first unit. He’s looking good.” The combination of veterans and youth in the secondary is exactly what is necessary to be successful with an attacking defensive approach like that of Manusky. “For any defensive back, we want an aggressive scheme,” said Bly. “You don’t want to sit back and be soft. And that’s not us. We’re a defen-sive-minded team. We have a defensive-minded head coach. And we’re going to be aggressive. As a defensive back, you have to love it.” The aggressive scheme by the defensive backfield paid off in the first preseason game as the secondary recorded three interceptions in the first half on Broncos QB Kyle Orton. Clements and Bly each intercepted a pass deep in 49ers territory and S Reggie Smith’s interception and 24-yard return to the 3-yard-line set up the Niners first touchdown.

    Special Teams Coordinator Al Everest has developed a very potent combination in the kicking attack with K Joe Nedney and P Andy Lee. As one of the most accurate kickers in the NFL, 13-year veteran Nedney has provided the 49ers with a reliable weapon on special teams, connecting on 101-of-115 (87.8 pct) field goal attempts since joining the 49ers in 2005.

    2005-2008 NFL FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE LEADERS- ACTIVE NFL KICKERS

    Player FGM FGA PCT 1. Joe Nedney, SF 101 115 87.8 2t. Shane Graham, CIN 105 120 87.5 Nate Kaeding, SD 98 112 87.5 4. John Carney, NYG 95 109 87.2

    Nedney also ranks 42nd in NFL history, and 11th among active players, with 979 career points.

    NFL CAREER SCORING LEADERS - ACTIVE PLAYERS Player PTS 1. John Carney 1,955 2. Matt Stover 1,944 3. Jason Elam 1,915 4. Jason Hanson 1,747 5. John Kasay 1,634 6. Adam Vinatieri 1,492 7. Ryan Longwell 1,370 8. Olindo Mare 1,214 9. David Akers 1,043 10. Kris Brown 997 11. Joe Nedney 979 12. Sebastian Janikowski 905 Lee is one of the best in the business at his position. He earned Pro Bowl honors in 2007 after breaking numerous team records, as well as an NFL record for punts downed inside the 20-yard line. Lee was named a Pro Bowl alternate in 2008 after setting another team record by posting a 47.8 gross average.

    2008 NFL HIGHEST GROSS PUNT AVERAGE Player AVG 1. Donnie Jones, STL 50.0 2. Shane Lechler, OAK 48.8 3. Andy Lee, SF 47.8 4. Chris Kluwe, MIN 47.6 5. Brett Kern, DEN 46.7

    HIGHEST SINGLE SEASON GROSS PUNTING AVERAGE IN 49ERS HISTORY

    Player AVG 1. Andy Lee, 2008 47.7 2. Andy Lee, 2007 47.3 3. Tommy Davis, 1965 45.8

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    Oldest 49ers player: K Joe Nedney, 36, Born 3/22/73Youngest 49ers player: WR Michael Crabtree, 21, Born 9/14/87Most seasons as a 49er: LB Jeff Ulbrich, TE/LS Brian Jennings - 10Most NFL seasons: WR Isaac Bruce – 16thMost Consecutive starts: 123, DE Justin SmithMost Consecutive Games Played: 127, DE Justin SmithMost Playoff Experience: 9 games, WR Isaac Bruce and S Michael LewisCollege with most 49ers: Louisiana State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Stanford and Washington – 3Heaviest 49er: G David Baas, DE/DT Isaac Sopoaga, T Joe Toledo – 330 lbs.Tallest 49er: T Alex Boone and Kyle Howard - 6-7Shortest 49er: PR/KR Allen Rossum – 5-8Former 1st round draft picks: 10 – DE Kentwan Balmer, CB Nate Cle-ments, WR Michael Crabtree, TE Vernon Davis, LB Manny Lawson, QB Alex Smith, DE Justin Smith, LB Takeo Spikes, T Joe Staley and LB Patrick WillisPro Bowlers: 11, CB Dre’ Bly, WR Isaac Bruce, CB Nate Clements, RB Frank Gore, TE/LS Brian Jennings, P Andy Lee, S Michael Lewis, KR/PR Allen Rossum, T Marvel Smith, LB Takeo Spikes and LB Patrick WillisCoaches who played in the NFL: Mike Singletary, Greg Manusky, Mike Johnson, Vance Joseph, Johnnie Lynn, Tom Rathman. Furthest away from home: DT Isaac Sopoaga, Pago Pago American Sa-moa – 4,766 milesClosest to home: WR Jason Hill (San Francisco, CA), LB Jeff Ulbrich and K Joe Nedney (San Jose, CA)49ers not from NCAA Division I-A schools: 6, WR Dobson Collins, LB Marques Harris, WR Maurice Price, K Alex Romero, TE Delanie Walker, and LB Mark Washington2009 Rookie Free Agents: 10, LB Diryal Briggs, T Alex Boone, WR Dobson Collins, DE Pannel Egboh, T Kyle Howard, CB Terrail Lambert, FB Brit Miller, DT Khalif Mitchell, FB Bill RentmeesterRB Kory Sheets and CB Carlos ThomasAverage Age: 26 Average NFL Experience: 6 years

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  • Preseason game 1San francisco 17, denver 16

    1st 2nd 3rd 4th PtsDenver 0 0 7 9 16San Francisco 3 6 0 8 17

    SF - A. Romero, 38 FG (11-58, 7:07)SF - B. Miller, 3 pass from A. Smith (Romero kick failed) (1-3, 0:05)Den - J. Putzier, 6 pass from C. Simms (M. Prater) (12-61, 7:29)Den - M. Prater, 26 FG (10-69, 4:49)SF- B. Miller, 40 pass from D. Huard (Huard-B.Pascoe pass) (9-82,4:56)Den - K. McKinley, 52 pass from C. Simms (pass failed) (3-53, 0:39)

    TEAM STATISTICS DEN SFFirst Downs 21 15 Net Yards Gained 341 278 Rushes/Yards 28/110 30/136 Net Yards Passing 231 142 Att/Comp/INT 33/20/3 18/14/0 Sacked/Yards Lost 0/0 4/30 Punts/Average 2/39.0 4/48.5 Fumbles/Lost 1/0 1/0 Penalties/Yards 3/13 4/20 Time of Possession 31:42 28:18 3rd Down Efficiency 7/12 (58%) 7/13 (54%)

    RUSHING: 49ERS - G. Coffee 14-67, K. Sheets 10-51, T. Clayton 4-9, S. Hill 1-9, D. Huard 1-0 ... BRONCOS - P. Hills 10-49, L. Jordon 7-20, D. Walker 4-19, K. Moreno 3-18, C. Buckhalter 4-4.

    RECEIVING: 49ERS - B. Miller 2-43-2 TDs, V. Davis 2-41, M. Spurlock 2-24, J. Morgan 2-23, J. Finley 2-10, J. Hill 1-13, T. Clayton 1-11, A. Battle 1-7, G. Coffee 1-0 ... BRONCOS - E. Royal 4-46, K. McKinley 3-71-1 TD, B. Lloyd 2-42, P. Hillis 2-18, J. Putzier 2-15-1 TD, C. Jack-son 2-12, D. Walker 2-(-2), N. Swift 1-11, B. Stokley 1-9, L. Jordan 1-9.

    PASSING: 49ERS - D. Huard - 9-7-98-0-1 TD, A. Smith - 7-5-33-0-1 TD, S. Hill - 2-2-41-0-0 TD ... BRONCOS - C. Simms - 17-11-142-0-2 TDs, K. Orton - 16-9-89-3- 0 TD.

    INTs: 49ERS - R. Smith 1-24, D. Bly 1 -2, N. Clements 1-0 ... BRON-COS - None.

    SACKS: 49ERS - None ... BRONCOS - C. Baker - 1.0, E. Dumervil - 1.0, M. Haggan - 1.0, R. McBean - 1.0.

    49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: +3 (0 fumbles, 0 INTs/0 fumbles, 3 INTs).

    Weather: Clear, 63 degreesWind: WSW 15 mphPlaying Surface: GrassTime: 2:46Attendance: 61,533

    In their first action under the guidance of new offensive coordina-tor Jimmy Raye, the 49ers quarterbacks showcased their comfort level in the new system vs. Denver (8/14). Shaun Hill (118.8), Alex Smith (120.8) and Damon Huard (149.1) each posted quarterback ratings over the century mark for a combined rating of 143.5. Hill started the game and led the 49ers on a steady 11-play, 58-yard drive that was capped by a PK Alex Romero 38-yard field goal. The drive was highlighted by two completions (23, 18) to TE Vernon Davis. Smith entered the game at the end of the 1st quarter and played the remainder of the half, completing 5 of 7 passes for 33 yards, which included a 3-yard touchdown toss to FB Brit Miller. 13-year veteran QB Damon Huard saw the most action of the 49ers quarterbacks, completing 7 of 9 passes for 98 yards and one touchdown in a quarter-and-a-half of play. Huard executed San Francisco’s most exciting play of the night when he connected with Miller on a 40-yard touchdown pass to put the 49ers ahead, 17-10, in the 4th quarter.

    TEAM QUARTERBACK RATING - 2009 PRESEASON TEAM ATT CMP YDS TD RTG 1. San Francisco 18 14 172 2 143.5 2. New Orleans 25 16 230 2 120.4 3. New York Jets 25 17 260 1 115.4 4. Oakland 37 22 291 2 102.4 5. Philadelphia 42 29 304 1 98.7

    CENTURY CLUB

    49ers head coach Mike Singletary has emphasized the importance of creating turnovers and limiting giveaways throughout the entire off-season. San Francisco ranked t-31st in the NFL last year in turnover dif-ferential (-17), but early signs are indicating that figure will be reversed in 2009.

    Against the Broncos last week, San Francisco’s +3 turnover ratio was a result of not turning the ball over and the 49ers defense recording three takeaways. Both CB Nate Clements and CB Dre’ Bly recorded intercep-tions to thwart Broncos drives deep in 49ers territory, while CB Reggie Smith returned an interception 24 yards to

    set up a San Francisco touchdown one play later. It is a stark difference to last preseason, when the 49ers did not record a single interception.

    TURNING THE TIDES

    TEAM INTERECPTIONS 2009 PRESEASON

    TEAM INT 1. Buffalo 6 2. Green Bay 4 3t. San Francisco 3 Tennessee 3 5t. Five Teams 2

  • immediate impact In the 49ers first preseason game vs. Denver (8/14), several rookies made the most of their opportunities. Third round draft pick RB Glen Coffee started at running back and had a game-high 67 yards on 14 carries. “I think the biggest thing that sticks out with him is that he doesn’t play like a rookie and doesn’t carry himself like a rookie,” said head coach Mike Singletary. “He’s a guy that when he goes out to play, he plays with an attitude. Very tough kid, so that’s exciting to see.” On the other side of the ball, LB Scott McKillop, a fifth-round draft pick, registered a game-high 7 tackles. “He’s continuing to work on his technique and all of the little things that he needs to do in order to make this football team and make a con-tribution in his first year,” said Singletary. Undrafted rookie free agent FB Brit Miller stole the show in the pre-season opener. The former Illinois LB had two receptions for a team-high 43 yards and 2 TDs, including a 40-yard TD reception from QB Damon Huard in the fourth quarter. “We had some plays drawn up and it just ended up working out,” said Miller of his performance. “Fullbacks don’t score a lot. We are kind of the grunt workers on the team. Along with the offensive and defensive line, to be able to get a little bit of that payoff and reap the benefits is a pretty amazing feeling.”

    preseason leaders Through the first week of the preseason, several 49ers rank near the top of NFL statistical categories. RB Glen Coffee ranks 2nd in the NFL in rushing (67 yards) while RB Kory Sheets ranks 8th (51 yards). FB Brit Miller is tied for 1st in the NFL with 2 TDs and P Andy Lee ranks 5th in the NFL with a 48.5-yd. gross punting average.

    2009 NFL PRESEASON RUSHING LEADERS Player Games ATT YDS TDs 1. Tyrell Sutton, GB 1 16 91 0 2. Glen Coffee, SF 1 14 67 0 3. Albert Young, Min 1 14 58 0 4t. Keon Lattimore, Dal 1 11 55 0 LeSean McCoy, Phi 1 10 55 0 6. Xavier Omon, Buf 2 17 53 0 7. Ryan Moats, Hou 1 10 52 0 8. Kory Sheets, SF 1 10 51 0 9. Ian Johnson, Min 1 9 50 0 10. Peyton Hillis, Den 1 10 49 0

    2009 NFL PRESEASON TOUCHDOWN LEADERS Player Games TDs 1t. Brit Miller, SF 1 2 Chris Baker, NE 1 2 Isaac Redman, Pit 1 2

    2009 NFL PRESEASON GROSS PUNT AVG. LEADERS Player Games Punts Gross Avg 1. Jon Ryan, Sea 1 8 52.4 2. Mat McBriar, Dal 1 5 51.8 3. Pat McAfee, Ind 1 7 49.9 4. Daniel Sepulveda, Pit 1 6 49.5 5. Andy Lee, SF 1 4 48.5

  • AS OF AUGUST 17, 2009OFFENSE WR 84 Josh Morgan 89 Jason Hill 83 Arnaz Battle 10 Maurice Price 19 Mark Bradford 15 Michael CrabtreeLT 74 Joe Staley 65 Barry Sims 77 Jacob Bender LG 64 David Baas 61 Joe Toledo 78 Matt Spanos C 66 Eric Heitmann 59 Cody Wallace RG 62 Chilo Rachal 69 Tony Wragge 76 Kyle Howard RT 68 Adam Snyder 71 Marvel Smith 75 Alex Boone TE 85 Vernon Davis 46 Delanie Walker 48 Bear Pascoe 49 Joe Jon Finley WR 88 Isaac Bruce 81 [Brandon Jones] 17 Dominique Zeigler 18 Micheal Spurlock 82 Dobson Collins 9 Chris FranciesFB 44 Moran Norris 45 [Zak Keasey] 47 Brit Miller 43 Bill Rentmeester RB 21 Frank Gore 29 Glen Coffee 24 Michael Robinson 30 Kory SheetsQB 13 Shaun Hill 11 Alex Smith 14 Damon Huard 7 Nate Davis

    DEFENSELDE 90 Isaac Sopoaga 96 Kentwan Balmer 67 Pannel Egboh NT 92 Aubrayo Franklin 60 Khalif Mitchell RDE 94 Justin Smith 91 [Ray McDonald] 93 Demetric Evans 95 Ricky Jean-Francois SAM 99 Manny Lawson 54 Marques Harris 58 Jay Moore TED 51 Takeo Spikes 56 Scott McKillop 57 Mark Washington MIKE 52 Patrick Willis 53 Jeff Ulbrich 50 Justin Roland WILL 98 Parys Haralson 55 Ahmad Brooks 47 Diyral Briggs LCB 22 Nate Clements 36 Shawntae Spencer 23 Marcus Hudson 20 Allen Rossum 40 Carlos ThomasRCB 25 Tarell Brown 31 Dre’ Bly 41 Terrail Lambert 35 Jahi Word-Daniels SS 32 Michael Lewis 30 Reggie Smith FS 38 Dashon Goldson 26 Mark Roman 28 Curtis Taylor

    SPECIAL TEAMSP 4 Andy Lee 3 Alex Romero K 6 Joe Nedney 3 Alex Romero H 4 Andy Lee PR 20 Allen Rossum 18 Micheal Spurlock 83 Arnaz BattleKOR 20 Allen Rossum 18 Micheal Spurlock LS 86 Brian Jennings

    Underline - rookies Italics - drafted rookie who has yet to sign[player] - injuredInjured Reserve List - CB Walt Harris (ACL); RB Thomas Clayton (ACL)

    2009 San Francisco 49ers UNOFFICIAL depth chart

    David Baas ...................................BAH-sKentwan Balmer ................... KEN-twonnDiyral Briggs .............................die-RELL Tarell Brown ..............................TUH-rellAhmad Brooks .........................ah-MAHDNate Clements ..................... KLEH-mintsPannel Egboh ..........puh-NELL EGG-bowAubrayo Franklin .................ah-BRAY-uhDashon Goldson ...................duh-SHAWNParys Haralson ................................PARISEric Heitmann ....................HEIGHT-minn

    Ricky Jean-Francois .. GENE FRAN-swahTerrail Lambert ........................ tuh-RELLChilo Rachal ...... ch-EYE-low, RAY-shellMark Roman ..........................ROW-minnIsaac Sopoaga .........SOAP-oh-AHH-gahTakeo Spikes ....................... tuh-KEE-ohJoe Staley .................................STAY-leeJeff Ulbrich .............................. ull-BRICKDelanie Walker ...................deh-LAY-neeJahi Word-Daniels..................... juh-HEETony Wragge .............................RAH-gee

    Mike Singletary ............................................... Head CoachJimmy Raye ......................................Offensive CoordinatorGreg Manusky .................................Defensive CoordinatorAl Everest .................................Special Teams CoordinatorJerry Sullivan ......................... Wide Receivers/Sr. AssistantJohnnie Lynn .........Special Asst. to Head Coach/SecondaryDuane Carlisle .................. Head Strength and ConditioningShane Day .................................................. Quality ControlDave Fipp ........................................... Asst. Special TeamsChris Foerster .............................................. Offensive LineAl Harris............................................. Pass Rush SpecialistPete Hoener .......................................................Tight EndsMike Johnson ............................................... QuarterbacksVance Joseph ....................................................SecondaryJason Michael ............................................ Offensive Asst.Tom Rathman .............................................Running BacksVantz Singletary .................................... Inside LinebackersJason Tarver .......................................Outside LinebackersJim Tomsula ............................................... Defensive LineMark Uyeyama...................Asst. Strength and Conditioning

    PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

    COACHING STAFF

  • AS OF AUGUST 17, 2009NO PLAYER POS HT WT Birthdate EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN64 Baas, David G 6-4 330 9-28-81 5 Michigan Sarasota, FL96 Balmer, Kentwan DE 6-5 315 10-15-86 2 North Carolina Weldon, NC83 Battle, Arnaz WR 6-1 208 2-22-80 7 Notre Dame Shreveport, LA77 Bender, Jacob T 6-6 315 4-25-85 2 Nicholls State Mayo, MD31 Bly, Dre’ CB 5-10 188 5-22-77 11 North Carolina Chesapeake, VA75 Boone, Alex T 6-7 328 5-4-87 R Ohio State Lakewood, OH19 Bradford, Mark WR 6-2 205 10-7-84 1 Stanford Los Angeles, CA47 Briggs, Diyral LB 6-4 230 10-31-85 R Bowling Green Mt. Healthy, OH55 Brooks, Ahmad LB 6-3 259 3-14-84 4 Virginia Fairfax, VA25 Brown, Tarell CB 5-10 193 1-6-85 3 Texas Mesquite, TX88 Bruce, Isaac WR 6-0 188 11-10-72 16 Memphis Fort Lauderdale, FL22 Clements, Nate CB 6-0 205 12-12-79 9 Ohio State Shaker Heights, OH29 Coffee, Glen RB 6-0 209 5-1-87 R Alabama Fort Walton Beach, FL82 Collins, Dobson WR 6-2 178 7-12-87 R Gardner-Webb Stone Mountain, GA15 Crabtree, Michael WR 6-1 214 9-14-87 R Texas Tech Dallas, TX7 Davis, Nate QB 6-1 226 5-5-87 R Ball State Bellaire, OH85 Davis, Vernon TE 6-3 250 1-31-84 4 Maryland Washington, D.C.67 Egboh, Pannel DE 6-6 276 3-23-86 R Stanford Mesquite, TX93 Evans, Demetric DE 6-4 275 9-3-79 8 Georgia Haynesville, LA49 Finley, Joe Jon TE 6-6 251 1-30-85 1 Oklahoma Arlington, TX9 Francies, Chris WR 6-1 203 7-26-82 2 UTEP Houston, TX92 Franklin, Aubrayo DT 6-1 317 8-27-80 7 Tennessee Johnson City, TN38 Goldson, Dashon S 6-2 200 9-18-84 3 Washington Carson, CA21 Gore, Frank RB 5-9 217 5-14-83 5 Miami Coral Gables, FL98 Haralson, Parys LB 6-0 255 1-24-84 4 Tennessee Flora, MS54 Harris, Marques LB 6-1 245 9-20-81 5 Southern Utah Salt Lake City, UT66 Heitmann, Eric C 6-3 312 2-24-80 8 Stanford Katy, TX89 Hill, Jason WR 6-0 202 2-20-85 3 Washington State San Francisco, CA13 Hill, Shaun QB 6-3 220 1-9-80 8 Maryland Parsons, KS76 Howard, Kyle T 6-7 312 5-13-86 R Wyoming Colorado Springs, CO14 Huard, Damon QB 6-3 218 7-9-73 13 Washington Yakima, WA23 Hudson, Marcus CB 6-2 200 11-15-82 4 North Carolina State Miami, FL95 Jean-Francois, Ricky DT 6-3 295 11-23-86 R Louisiana State Miami, FL86 Jennings, Brian TE/LS 6-5 242 10-14-76 10 Arizona State Mesa, AZ81 Jones, Brandon WR 6-1 212 10-6-82 5 Oklahoma Texarkana, TX45 Keasey, Zak FB 6-0 235 3-19-82 3 Princeton Lake Orion, MI41 Lambert, Terrail CB 5-11 195 12-1-85 R Notre Dame Los Angeles, CA99 Lawson, Manny LB 6-5 240 7-3-84 4 North Carolina State Goldsboro, NC4 Lee, Andy P 6-2 180 8-11-82 6 Pittsburgh Westminster, SC32 Lewis, Michael S 6-1 222 4-29-80 8 Colorado Houston, TX56 McKillop, Scott LB 6-1 244 3-4-86 R Pittsburgh Export, PA47 Miller, Brit FB 6-0 243 9-15-86 R Illinois Decatur, IL60 Mitchell, Khalif DT 6-5 318 4-7-85 R East Carolina Virginia Beach, VA58 Moore, Jay LB 6-4 256 8-16-83 3 Nebraska Elkhorn, NE84 Morgan, Josh WR 6-0 219 6-20-85 2 Virginia Tech Washington, D.C.6 Nedney, Joe K 6-5 234 3-22-73 14 San Jose State San Jose, CA44 Norris, Moran FB 6-1 250 6-16-78 9 Kansas Houston, TX48 Pascoe, Bear TE 6-5 251 2-23-86 R Fresno State Porterville, CA10 Price, Maurice WR 6-1 200 9-11-85 1 Charleston Southern Orlando, FL62 Rachal, Chilo T/G 6-4 315 3-15-86 2 Southern California Compton, CA43 Rentmeester, Bill FB 6-0 254 4-25-86 R Wisconsin Beaver Dam, WI24 Robinson, Michael RB 6-1 223 2-6-83 4 Penn State Richmond, VA50 Roland, Justin LB 5-11 242 1-14-86 1 Kansas State Ponca City, OK26 Roman, Mark S 5-11 205 3-26-77 10 Louisiana State Lafayette, LA3 Romero, Alex K 5-9 180 6-25-85 1 Nicholls State Des Allemands, LA20 Rossum, Allen KR/PR 5-8 178 10-22-75 12 Notre Dame Dallas, TX30 Sheets, Kory RB 5-11 208 3-31-85 R Purdue Manchester, CT65 Sims, Barry T 6-5 300 12-1-74 11 Utah Park City, UT11 Smith, Alex QB 6-4 217 5-7-84 5 Utah San Diego, CA94 Smith, Justin DE 6-4 285 9-30-79 9 Missouri Jefferson City, MO71 Smith, Marvel T 6-5 321 8-6-78 10 Arizona State Oakland, CA30 Smith, Reggie S 6-1 200 9-3-86 2 Oklahoma Edmond, OK68 Snyder, Adam T/G 6-6 325 1-30-82 5 Oregon Fullerton, CA90 Sopoaga, Isaac DE/DT 6-2 330 9-4-81 6 Hawaii Pago Pago, American Samoa78 Spanos, Matt G/C 6-5 305 12-31-84 1 Southern California Corona, CA36 Spencer, Shawntae CB 6-1 190 2-22-82 6 Pittsburgh Rankin, PA51 Spikes, Takeo LB 6-2 242 12-17-76 12 Auburn Sandersville, GA18 Spurlock, Micheal WR 5-11 200 1-31-83 2 Mississippi Indianola, MS74 Staley, Joe T 6-5 315 8-30-84 3 Central Michigan Rockford, MI28 Taylor, Curtis S 6-2 209 7-13-85 R Louisiana State Bogalusa, LA40 Thomas, Carlos CB 5-11 197 5-1-87 R South Carolina College Park, GA61 Toledo, Joe T 6-5 330 10-20-82 3 Washington Omaha, NE53 Ulbrich, Jeff LB 6-0 240 2-17-77 10 Hawaii San Jose, CA46 Walker, Delanie TE 6-0 242 8-12-84 4 Central Missouri Pomona, CA59 Wallace, Cody C 6-4 300 11-26-84 2 Texas A&M Cuero, TX57 Washington, Mark LB 6-3 245 8-20-85 1 Texas State-San Marcos Harbor City, CA52 Willis, Patrick LB 6-1 240 1-25-85 3 Mississippi Bruceton, TN35 Word-Daniels, Jahi CB 6-0 194 11-19-86 R Georgia Tech Hoover, AL69 Wragge, Tony G 6-4 310 8-14-79 5 New Mexico State Creighton, NE17 Zeigler, Dominique WR 6-3 185 10-11-84 2 Baylor Kalamazoo, MIACTIVE/PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM LIST 91 McDonald, Ray DE 6-3 290 9-2-84 3 Florida Belle Glade, FLINJURED RESERVE 33 Clayton, Thomas RB 5-11 222 4-26-84 1 Kansas State Alexandria, VA27 Harris, Walt CB 5-11 196 8-10-74 14 Mississippi State LaGrange, GAItalics - drafted rookie who has yet to sign

    2009 San Francisco 49ers ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

  • AS OF AUGUST 17, 2009NO PLAYER POS HT WT AGE EXP COLLEGE ACQUIRED3 Alex Romero K 5-9 180 24 1 Nicholls State FA in ‘094 Andy Lee P 6-2 180 27 6 Pittsburgh D-6A in ‘046 Joe Nedney K 6-5 234 36 14 San Jose State FA in’057 Nate Davis QB 6-1 226 22 R Ball State D-5B in ‘099 Chris Francies WR 6-1 203 27 2 UTEP FA in ‘0910 Maurice Price WR 6-1 200 23 1 Charleston Southern FA in ‘0911 Alex Smith QB 6-4 217 25 5 Utah D-1 in ‘0513 Shaun Hill QB 6-3 220 29 8 Maryland UFA in ‘0614 Damon Huard QB 6-3 218 36 13 Washington UFA in ‘0915 Michael Crabtree WR 6-1 214 21 R Texas Tech D-1 in ‘0917 Dominique Zeigler WR 6-3 185 24 2 Baylor FA in ‘0718 Micheal Spurlock WR 5-11 200 26 2 Mississippi FA in ‘0919 Mark Bradford WR 6-2 205 24 1 Stanford FA in ‘0820 Allen Rossum KR/PR 5-8 178 33 12 Notre Dame FA in ‘0821 Frank Gore RB 5-9 217 26 5 Miami D-3A in ‘0522 Nate Clements CB 6-0 205 29 9 Ohio State UFA in ‘0723 Marcus Hudson CB 6-2 200 26 4 North Carolina State D-6B in ‘0624 Michael Robinson RB 6-1 223 26 4 Penn State D-4 in ‘0625 Tarell Brown CB 5-10 193 24 3 Texas D-5 in ‘0726 Mark Roman S 5-11 205 32 10 Louisiana State FA in ‘0628 Curtis Taylor S 6-2 209 24 R Louisiana State D-7A in ‘0929 Glen Coffee RB 6-0 209 22 R Alabama D-3 in ‘0930 Reggie Smith S 6-1 200 22 2 Oklahoma D-3 in ‘0830 Kory Sheets RB 5-11 208 24 R Purdue FA in ‘0931 Dre’ Bly CB 5-10 188 32 11 North Carolina FA in ‘0932 Michael Lewis S 6-1 222 29 8 Colorado UFA in ‘0735 Jahi Word-Daniels CB 6-0 194 22 R Georgia Tech FA in ‘0936 Shawntae Spencer CB 6-1 190 27 6 Pittsburgh D-2B in ‘0438 Dashon Goldson S 6-2 200 24 3 Washington D-4B in ‘0740 Carlos Thomas CB 5-11 197 22 R South Carolina FA in ‘0941 Terrail Lambert CB 5-11 195 23 R Notre Dame FA in ‘0943 Bill Rentmeester FB 6-0 254 23 R Wisconsin FA in ‘0944 Moran Norris FB 6-1 250 31 9 Kansas UFA in ‘0945 Zak Keasey FB 6-0 235 27 3 Princeton FA in ‘0746 Delanie Walker TE 6-0 242 25 4 Central Missouri D-6A in ‘0647 Brit Miller FB 6-0 243 22 R Illinois W in ‘09 (Car.)47 Diyral Briggs LB 6-4 230 23 R Bowling Green FA in ‘0948 Bear Pascoe TE 6-5 251 23 R Fresno State D-6 in ‘0949 Joe Jon Finley TE 6-6 251 24 1 Oklahoma FA in ‘0850 Justin Roland LB 5-11 242 23 1 Kansas State FA in ‘0851 Takeo Spikes LB 6-2 242 32 12 Auburn FA in ‘0852 Patrick Willis LB 6-1 240 24 3 Mississippi D-1A in ‘0753 Jeff Ulbrich LB 6-0 240 32 10 Hawaii D-3B in ‘0054 Marques Harris LB 6-1 245 27 5 Southern Utah FA in ‘0955 Ahmad Brooks LB 6-3 259 25 4 Virginia W in ‘08 (Cin.)56 Scott McKillop LB 6-1 244 23 R Pittsburgh D-5A in ‘0957 Mark Washington LB 6-3 245 23 1 Texas State-San Marcos FA in ‘0958 Jay Moore LB 6-4 256 26 3 Nebraska D-4A in ‘0759 Cody Wallace C 6-4 300 24 2 Texas A&M D-4 in ‘0860 Khalif Mitchell DT 6-5 318 24 R East Carolina FA in ‘0961 Joe Toledo T 6-5 330 25 3 Washington FA in ‘0862 Chilo Rachal T/G 6-4 315 23 2 Southern California D-2 in ‘0864 David Baas G 6-4 330 27 5 Michigan D-2 in ‘0565 Barry Sims T 6-5 300 34 11 Utah FA in ‘0866 Eric Heitmann C 6-3 312 29 8 Stanford D-7A in ‘0267 Pannel Egboh DE 6-6 276 23 R Stanford FA in ‘0968 Adam Snyder T/G 6-6 325 27 5 Oregon D-3B in ‘0569 Tony Wragge G 6-4 310 30 5 New Mexico State FA in ‘0571 Marvel Smith T 6-5 321 31 10 Arizona State UFA in ‘0974 Joe Staley T 6-5 315 24 3 Central Michigan D-1B in ‘0775 Alex Boone T 6-7 328 22 R Ohio State FA in ‘0976 Kyle Howard T 6-7 312 23 R Wyoming FA in ‘0977 Jacob Bender T 6-6 315 24 2 Nicholls State FA in ‘0878 Matt Spanos G/C 6-5 305 24 1 Southern California FA in ‘0981 Brandon Jones WR 6-1 212 26 5 Oklahoma UFA in ‘0982 Dobson Collins WR 6-2 178 22 R Gardner-Webb FA in ‘0983 Arnaz Battle WR 6-1 208 29 7 Notre Dame D-6 in ‘0384 Josh Morgan WR 6-0 219 24 2 Virginia Tech D-6 in ‘0885 Vernon Davis TE 6-3 250 25 4 Maryland D-1A in ‘0686 Brian Jennings TE/LS 6-5 242 32 10 Arizona State D-7B in ‘0088 Isaac Bruce WR 6-0 188 36 16 Memphis FA in ‘0889 Jason Hill WR 6-0 202 24 3 Washington State D-3A in ‘0790 Isaac Sopoaga DE/DT 6-2 330 27 6 Hawaii D-4A in ‘0492 Aubrayo Franklin DT 6-1 317 28 7 Tennessee UFA in ‘0793 Demetric Evans DE 6-4 275 29 8 Georgia UFA in ‘0994 Justin Smith DE 6-4 285 29 9 Missouri UFA in ‘0895 Ricky Jean-Francois DT 6-3 295 22 R Louisiana State D-7B in ‘0996 Kentwan Balmer DE 6-5 315 22 2 North Carolina D-1 in ‘0898 Parys Haralson LB 6-0 255 25 4 Tennessee D-5 in ‘0699 Manny Lawson LB 6-5 240 25 4 North Carolina State D-1B in ‘06ACTIVE/PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM LIST 91 Ray McDonald DE 6-3 290 24 3 Florida D-3B in ‘07INJURED RESERVE 33 Thomas Clayton RB 5-11 222 25 1 Kansas State D-6 in ‘0727 Walt Harris CB 5-11 196 35 14 Mississippi State (knee - July 29)Italics - drafted rookie who has yet to sign

    2009 San Francisco 49ers NUMERICAL ROSTER

  • AS OF AUGUST 17, 2009NO PLAYER POS HT WT DOB EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN ACQUIREDQUARTERBACKS (4) 7 Davis, Nate QB 6-1 226 5-5-87 R Ball State Bellaire, OH D-5B in ‘0911 Smith, Alex QB 6-4 217 5-7-84 5 Utah San Diego, CA D-1 in ‘0513 Hill, Shaun QB 6-3 220 1-9-80 8 Maryland Parsons, KS UFA in ‘0614 Huard, Damon QB 6-3 218 7-9-73 13 Washington Yakima, WA UFA in ‘09Running Backs (8) 21 Gore, Frank RB 5-9 217 5-14-83 5 Miami Coral Gables, FL D-3A in ‘0524 Robinson, Michael RB 6-1 223 2-6-83 4 Penn State Richmond, VA D-4 in ‘0629 Coffee, Glen RB 6-0 209 5-1-87 R Alabama Fort Walton Beach, FL D-3 in ‘0930 Sheets, Kory RB 5-11 208 3-31-85 R Purdue Manchester, CT FA in ‘0943 Rentmeester, Bill FB 6-0 254 4-25-86 R Wisconsin Beaver Dam, WI FA in ‘0944 Norris, Moran FB 6-1 250 6-16-78 9 Kansas Houston, TX UFA in ‘0945 Keasey, Zak FB 6-0 235 3-19-82 3 Princeton Lake Orion, MI FA in ‘0747 Miller, Brit FB 6-0 243 9-15-86 R Illinois Decatur, IL FA in ‘09Wide Receivers (12) 9 Francies, Chris WR 6-1 203 7-26-82 2 UTEP Houston, TX FA in ‘0910 Price, Maurice WR 6-1 200 9-11-85 1 Charleston Southern Orlando, FL FA in ‘0915 Crabtree, Michael WR 6-1 214 9-14-87 R Texas Tech Dallas, TX D-1 in ‘0917 Zeigler, Dominique WR 6-3 185 10-11-84 2 Baylor Kalamazoo, MI FA in ‘0718 Spurlock, Micheal WR 5-11 200 1-31-83 2 Mississippi Indianola, MS FA in ‘0919 Bradford, Mark WR 6-2 205 10-7-84 1 Stanford Los Angeles, CA FA in ‘0881 Jones, Brandon WR 6-1 212 10-6-82 5 Oklahoma Texarkana, TX UFA in ‘0982 Collins, Dobson WR 6-2 178 7-12-87 R Gardner-Webb Stone Mountain, GA FA in ‘0983 Battle, Arnaz WR 6-1 208 2-22-80 7 Notre Dame Shreveport, LA D-6 in ‘0384 Morgan, Josh WR 6-0 219 6-20-85 2 Virginia Tech Washington, D.C. D-6 in ‘0888 Bruce, Isaac WR 6-0 188 11-10-72 16 Memphis Fort Lauderdale, FL FA in ‘0889 Hill, Jason WR 6-0 202 2-20-85 3 Washington State San Francisco, CA D-3A in ‘07Tight Ends (4) 46 Walker, Delanie TE 6-0 242 8-12-84 4 Central Missouri Pomona, CA D-6A in ‘0648 Pascoe, Bear TE 6-5 251 2-23-86 R Fresno State Porterville, CA D-6 in ‘0949 Finley, Joe Jon TE 6-6 251 1-30-85 1 Oklahoma Arlington, TX FA in ‘0885 Davis, Vernon TE 6-3 250 1-31-84 4 Maryland Washington, D.C. D-1A in ‘06Offensive Line (14) 59 Wallace, Cody C 6-4 300 11-26-84 2 Texas A&M Cuero, TX D-4 in ‘0861 Toledo, Joe T 6-5 330 10-20-82 3 Washington Omaha, NE FA in ‘0862 Rachal, Chilo T/G 6-4 315 3-15-86 2 Southern California Compton, CA D-2 in ‘0864 Baas, David G 6-4 330 9-28-81 5 Michigan Sarasota, FL D-2 in ‘0565 Sims, Barry T 6-5 300 12-1-74 11 Utah Park City, UT FA in ‘0866 Heitmann, Eric C 6-3 312 2-24-80 8 Stanford Katy, TX D-7A in ‘0268 Snyder, Adam T/G 6-6 325 1-30-82 5 Oregon Fullerton, CA D-3B in ‘0569 Wragge, Tony G 6-4 310 8-14-79 5 New Mexico State Creighton, NE FA in ‘0571 Smith, Marvel T 6-5 321 8-6-78 10 Arizona State Oakland, CA UFA in ‘0974 Staley, Joe T 6-5 315 8-30-84 3 Central Michigan Rockford, MI D-1B in ‘0775 Boone, Alex T 6-7 328 5-4-87 R Ohio State Lakewood, OH FA in ‘0976 Howard, Kyle T 6-7 312 5-13-86 R Wyoming Colorado Springs, CO FA in ‘0977 Bender, Jacob T 6-6 315 4-25-85 2 Nicholls State Mayo, MD FA in ‘0878 Spanos, Matt G/C 6-5 305 12-31-84 1 Southern California Corona, CA FA in ‘09Defensive Line (8) 60 Mitchell, Khalif DT 6-5 318 4-7-85 R East Carolina Virginia Beach, VA FA in ‘0967 Egboh, Pannel DE 6-6 276 3-23-86 R Stanford Mesquite, TX FA in ‘0990 Sopoaga, Isaac DE/DT 6-2 330 9-4-81 6 Hawaii Pago Pago, American Samoa D-4A in ‘0492 Franklin, Aubrayo DT 6-1 317 8-27-80 7 Tennessee Johnson City, TN UFA in ‘0793 Evans, Demetric DE 6-4 275 9-3-79 8 Georgia Haynesville, LA UFA in ‘0994 Smith, Justin DE 6-4 285 9-30-79 9 Missouri Jefferson City, MO UFA in ‘0895 Jean-Francois, Ricky DT 6-3 295 11-23-86 R Louisiana State Miami, FL D-7B in ‘0996 Balmer, Kentwan DE 6-5 315 10-15-86 2 North Carolina Weldon, NC D-1 in ‘08Linebackers (12) 47 Briggs, Diyral LB 6-4 230 10-31-85 R Bowling Green Mt. Healthy, OH FA in ‘0950 Roland, Justin LB 5-11 242 1-14-86 1 Kansas State Ponca City, OK FA in ‘0851 Spikes, Takeo LB 6-2 242 12-17-76 12 Auburn Sandersville, GA FA in ‘0852 Willis, Patrick LB 6-1 240 1-25-85 3 Mississippi Bruceton, TN D-1A in ‘0753 Ulbrich, Jeff LB 6-0 240 2-17-77 10 Hawaii San Jose, CA D-3B in ‘0054 Harris, Marques LB 6-1 245 9-20-81 5 Southern Utah Salt Lake City, UT FA in ‘0955 Brooks, Ahmad LB 6-3 259 3-14-84 4 Virginia Fairfax, VA W in ‘08 (Cin.)56 McKillop, Scott LB 6-1 244 3-4-86 R Pittsburgh Export, PA D-5A in ‘0957 Washington, Mark LB 6-3 245 8-20-85 1 Texas State-San Marcos Harbor City, CA FA in ‘0958 Moore, Jay LB 6-4 256 8-16-83 3 Nebraska Elkhorn, NE D-4A in ‘0798 Haralson, Parys LB 6-0 255 1-24-84 4 Tennessee Flora, MS D-5 in ‘0699 Lawson, Manny LB 6-5 240 7-3-84 4 North Carolina State Goldsboro, NC D-1B in ‘06Defensive Backs (13) 22 Clements, Nate CB 6-0 205 12-12-79 9 Ohio State Shaker Heights, OH UFA in ‘0723 Hudson, Marcus CB 6-2 200 11-15-82 4 North Carolina State Miami, FL D-6B in ‘0625 Brown, Tarell CB 5-10 193 1-6-85 3 Texas Mesquite, TX D-5 in ‘0726 Roman, Mark S 5-11 205 3-26-77 10 Louisiana State Lafayette, LA FA in ‘0628 Taylor, Curtis S 6-2 209 7-13-85 R Louisiana State Bogalusa, LA D-7A in ‘0930 Smith, Reggie S 6-1 200 9-3-86 2 Oklahoma Edmond, OK D-3 in ‘0831 Bly, Dre’ CB 5-10 188 5-22-77 11 North Carolina Chesapeake, VA FA in ‘0932 Lewis, Michael S 6-1 222 4-29-80 8 Colorado Houston, TX UFA in ‘0735 Word-Daniels, Jahi CB 6-0 194 11-19-86 R Georgia Tech Hoover, AL FA in ‘0936 Spencer, Shawntae CB 6-1 190 2-22-82 6 Pittsburgh Rankin, PA D-2B in ‘0438 Goldson, Dashon S 6-2 200 9-18-84 3 Washington Carson, CA D-4B in ‘0740 Thomas, Carlos CB 5-11 197 5-1-87 R South Carolina College Park, GA FA in ‘0941 Lambert, Terrail CB 5-11 195 12-1-85 R Notre Dame Los Angeles, CA FA in ‘09Special Teams (5) 3 Romero, Alex K 5-9 180 6-25-85 1 Nicholls State Des Allemands, LA FA in ‘094 Lee, Andy P 6-2 180 8-11-82 6 Pittsburgh Westminster, SC D-6A in ‘046 Nedney, Joe K 6-5 234 3-22-73 14 San Jose State San Jose, CA FA in ‘0520 Rossum, Allen KR/PR 5-8 178 10-22-75 12 Notre Dame Dallas, TX FA in ‘0886 Jennings, Brian TE/LS 6-5 242 10-14-76 10 Arizona State Mesa, AZ D-7B in ‘00Active/Physically Unable to Peform List (1) 91 McDonald, Ray DE 6-3 290 9-2-84 3 Florida Belle Glade, FL D-3B in ‘07Injured Reserve (2) 33 Clayton, Thomas RB 5-11 222 4-26-84 1 Kansas State Alexandria, VA D-6 in ‘0727 Harris, Walt CB 5-11 196 8-10-74 14 Mississippi State LaGrange, GA FA in ‘06Italics - drafted rookie who has yet to sign

    2009 San Francisco 49ers positional ROSTER

  • ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE HOW THEY WERE BUILT PLAYER EXP GP/GS W/ SF YEAR PLAYER ACQIsaac Bruce 16 213/194 16/15 2000 Jeff Ulbrich D3bJoe Nedney 14 153/0 63/0 Brian Jennings D7bWalt Harris # 14 193/173 46/46 2002 Eric Heitmann D7aDamon Huard 13 64/27 2003 Arnaz Battle D6Takeo Spikes 12 156/152 16/13 2004 Shawntae Spencer D2bAllen Rossum 12 153/10 13/1 Isaac Sopoaga D4aBarry Sims 11 150/127 14/8 Andy Lee D6aDre’ Bly 11 151/111 2005 Alex Smith D1Brian Jennings 10 144/0 David Baas D2bMark Roman 10 130/101 48/43 Frank Gore D3aJeff Ulbrich 10 116/75 Joe Nedney FAMarvel Smith 10 111/108 Adam Snyder D3bJustin Smith 9 127/123 16/16 Tony Wragge FANate Clements 9 127/122 31/31 2006 Vernon Davis D1aMoran Norris 9 103/38 30/12 Manny Lawson D1bMichael Lewis 8 108/90 32/32 Michael Robinson D4Eric Heitmann 8 103/98 Parys Haralson D5Demetric Evans 8 96/23 Delanie Walker D6aShaun Hill 8 13/10 12/10 Marcus Hudson D6bArnaz Battle 7 73/38 Shaun Hill FAAubrayo Franklin 7 66/28 30/27 Zak Keasey FAAndy Lee 6 80/0 Mark Roman FAIsaac Sopoaga 6 63/23 Walt Harris # FAShawntae Spencer 6 57/40 2007 Patrick Willis D1aAdam Snyder 5 60/38 Joe Staley D1bDavid Baas 5 60/22 Jason Hill D3aFrank Gore 5 59/46 Ray McDonald * D3bMarques Harris 5 56/6 Jay Moore D4aBrandon Jones 5 51/27 Dashon Goldson D4bTony Wragge 5 38/15 36/14 Tarell Brown D5Alex Smith 5 32/30 Thomas Clayton # D6Michael Robinson 4 47/2 Nate Clements FAVernon Davis 4 40/38 Aubrayo Franklin FAParys Haralson 4 39/21 Michael Lewis FADelanie Walker 4 38/13 2008 Kentwan Balmer D1Marcus Hudson 4 36/0 Chilo Rachal D2Manny Lawson 4 32/23 Reggie Smith D3Ahmad Brooks 4 13/7 Cody Wallace D4Patrick Willis 3 32/32 Josh Morgan D6Joe Staley 3 32/32 Jacob Bender FARay McDonald * 3 24/9 Isaac Bruce FATarell Brown 3 24/1 Allen Rossum FAJason Hill 3 21/2 Barry Sims FAZak Keasey 3 20/3 19/3 Justin Smith FADashon Goldson 3 19/2 Takeo Spikes FAJay Moore 3 0/0 Dominique Zeigler FAJoe Toledo 3 0/0 Ahmad Brooks WKentwan Balmer 2 16/0 2009 Michael Crabtree D1Josh Morgan 2 12/1 Glenn Coffee D3Dominque Zeigler 2 8/0 Scott McKillop D5aMicheal Spurlock 2 8/0 Nate Davis D5bChilo Rachal 2 8/6 Bear Pascoe D6Chris Francies 2 3/0 Curtis Taylor D7aReggie Smith 2 3/0 Ricky Jean-Francois D7bJacob Bender 2 2/0 Dré Bly FACody Wallace 2 0/0 Mark Bradford FAMark Washington 1 3/0 Demetric Evans FAMaurice Price 1 0/0 Joe Jon Finley FAMark Bradford 1 0/0 Chris Francies FAThomas Clayton # 1 0/0 Marques Harris FAJoe Jon Finley 1 0/0 Damon Huard FAJustin Roland 1 0/0 Brandon Jones FAAlex Romero 1 Moran Norris FAMatt Spanos 1 Maurice Price FAAlex Boone R Justin Roland FADiyral Briggs R Marvel Smith FAGlen Coffee R Matt Spanos FADobson Collins R Micheal Spurlock FAMichael Crabtree R Joe Toledo FANate Davis R Brit Miller WPannel Egboh R Aaron Boone RFAKyle Howard R Diyral Briggs RFARicky Jean-Francois R Dobson Collins RFATerrail Lambert R Pannel Egboh RFAScott McKillop R Kyle Howard RFABrit Miller R Terrail Lambert RFAKhalif Mitchell R Khalif Mitchell RFABear Pascoe R Bill Rentmeester RFABill Rentmeester R Alex Romero RFAKory Sheets R Kory Sheets RFACurtis Taylor R Carlos Thomas RFACarlos Thomas R Mark Washington RFAJahi Word-Daniels R Jahi Word-Daniels RFA * - Denotes player on the Physically Unable to Perform List # - Denotes player on the Injured Reserve List

    Italics - drafted rookie who has yet to sign

    2009 San Francisco 49ers ROSTER BREAKDOWN

  • 1-2 Signed WR Mark Bradford, TE Joe Jon Finley, T Joe Toledo, LB Justin Roland to future contracts

    1-8 Named Tom Rathman running backs coach1-12 Named Al Harris pass rush specialist coach and Vantz Singletary

    inside linebackers coach1-22 Signed DB Jimmy Williams1-23 Signed WR Micheal Spurlock1-29 Signed WR Maurice Price2-6 Named Jimmy Raye offensive coordinator and Mike Johnson

    quarterbacks coach2-10 Waived LB Tully Banta-Cain and S Keith Lewis2-28 Signed WR Brandon Jones3-2 Signed FB Moran Norris3-4 Signed QB Damon Huard and LB Takeo Spikes3-6 Named Jason Michael offensive assistant3-10 Signed DE Demetric Evans; KR/PR Allen Rossum and LB Mark

    Washington3-16 Signed S Lewis Baker and LB Mark Washington3-27 Released T Jonas Jennings3-30 Signed T Marvel Smith4-16 Signed LB Paryz Haralson to a four-year contract extension.

    Signed K Joe Nedney to a two-year contract extension.4-25 Selected WR Michael Crabtree in the first round (10th overall)

    of the 2009 NFL draft. Traded second round (43rd overall) draft choice and fourth round (111th overall) draft choice to Carolina for the Panthers 2010 first round choice.

    4-26 Selected Glen Coffee in the third round (74th overall). Selected LB Scott McKillop in the fifth round (146th overall). Selected QB Nate Davis in the fifth round (171st overall). Selected TE Bear Pascoe in the sixth round (184th overall). Selected S Curtis Taylor in the seventh round (219th overall). Selected DT Ricky