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The San Francisco 49ers return home to Levi’s® Stadium following back- to-back road games as they take on the Cincinnati Bengals. This marks the team’s final non-conference matchup of the season. The 49ers lead the all-time series with the Bengals, 11-3, including a 5-1 record at home. The Niners have won each of the past two matchups between the two clubs as well as five straight as the home team. These two franchises met twice in the Super Bowl with the 49ers winning Super Bowl XVI, 26-21, and Super Bowl XXIII, 20-16. The 49ers are coming off of a defeat to the Cleveland Browns at First- Energy Stadium last week. With two receptions for 22 yards on the day, WR Anquan Boldin became the first player in NFL history to record 50-or- more receptions and 600-or-more receiving yards in each of his first 13 seasons and now has 51 receptions for 617 yards on the year. WR Jerome Simpson caught his first touchdown as a member of the 49ers on a six- yard pass from QB Blaine Gabbert. Defensively, NT Ian Williams registered his first career forced fumble as he stripped the ball away from Browns RB Glenn Winston, which was recovered by LB Ahmad Brooks. It marked Brooks’ third career fumble re- covery. S Eric Reid also registered his first career forced fumble on the day. Both DT Quinton Dial and DL Arik Armstead each brought down Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel for 1.0 sack while S Jaquiski Tartt intercepted Manziel for the first pick of his career. 2015 SEASON SCHEDULE BENGALS VS. 49ERS san francisco 49ers game release Sept. 14 Minnesota W, 20-3 Sept. 20 @ Pittsburgh L, 18-43 Sept. 27 @ Arizona L, 7-47 Oct. 4 Green Bay L, 3-17 Oct. 11 @ New York Giants L, 27-30 Oct. 18 Baltimore W, 25-20 Oct. 22 Seattle L, 3-20 Nov. 1 @ St. Louis L, 6-27 Nov. 8 Atlanta W, 17-16 Nov. 15 BYE Nov. 22 @ Seattle L, 13-29 Nov. 29 Arizona L, 13-19 Dec. 6 @ Chicago W, 26-20 (OT) Dec. 13 @ Cleveland L, 10-24 Dec. 20 Cincinnati 1:25 PM Dec. 27 @ Detroit 10:00 AM Jan. 3 St. Louis 1:25 PM Date Opponent Time (PT) 1983 Last week at Cle., DT Quinton Dial blocked his second FGA of the season. According to Elias, Dial became the first member of the 49ers to register 2 blocked FGs in the same season since DE Law- rence Pillers blocked 2 FGs in 1983. 19 K Phil Dawson has connected on 19 consecutive FGAs this season. He holds the two longest consecutive made FG streaks in 49ers franchise history as in 2013, Dawson set the franchise record with 27 consecutive made FGs. 9 With 9 recepts. this week, WR Anquan Boldin would become just the 13th player in NFL history to reach 1,000-or-more career re- cepts. BY THE NUMBERS 49ERS ON THE AIR REGULAR SEASON (4-9) TELEVISION: CBS Play-By-Play: Spero Dedes Color Analyst: Solomon Wilcots Sideline Reporter: Jay Feely U.S. BANK 49ERS RADIO NETWORK KNBR 680 & The Bone 107.7 FM Play-By-Play: Ted Robinson Color Analyst: Tim Ryan SPANISH RADIO: KTRB 860 Play-By-Play: Jesus Zarate Color Analyst: Luis Landero SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2015 | 1:25 PM PT 10-3 4-9 CINCINNATI BENGALS SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS LEVI'S ® STADIUM | SANTA CLARA, CA | CBS SPORTS USA Play-By-Play: Larry Kahn Color Analyst: John Robinson Sideline Reporter: Troy West

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  • The San Francisco 49ers return home to Levi’s® Stadium following back-to-back road games as they take on the Cincinnati Bengals. This marks the team’s final non-conference matchup of the season. The 49ers lead the all-time series with the Bengals, 11-3, including a 5-1 record at home. The Niners have won each of the past two matchups between the two clubs as well as five straight as the home team. These two franchises met twice in the Super Bowl with the 49ers winning Super Bowl XVI, 26-21, and Super Bowl XXIII, 20-16. The 49ers are coming off of a defeat to the Cleveland Browns at First-Energy Stadium last week. With two receptions for 22 yards on the day, WR Anquan Boldin became the first player in NFL history to record 50-or-more receptions and 600-or-more receiving yards in each of his first 13 seasons and now has 51 receptions for 617 yards on the year. WR Jerome Simpson caught his first touchdown as a member of the 49ers on a six-yard pass from QB Blaine Gabbert. Defensively, NT Ian Williams registered his first career forced fumble as he stripped the ball away from Browns RB Glenn Winston, which was recovered by LB Ahmad Brooks. It marked Brooks’ third career fumble re-covery. S Eric Reid also registered his first career forced fumble on the day. Both DT Quinton Dial and DL Arik Armstead each brought down Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel for 1.0 sack while S Jaquiski Tartt intercepted Manziel for the first pick of his career.

    2015 SEASON SCHEDULE BENGALS VS. 49ERS

    san francisco 49ersgame release

    Sept. 14 Minnesota W, 20-3

    Sept. 20 @ Pittsburgh L, 18-43

    Sept. 27 @ Arizona L, 7-47

    Oct. 4 Green Bay L, 3-17

    Oct. 11 @ New York Giants L, 27-30

    Oct. 18 Baltimore W, 25-20

    Oct. 22 Seattle L, 3-20

    Nov. 1 @ St. Louis L, 6-27

    Nov. 8 Atlanta W, 17-16

    Nov. 15 BYE

    Nov. 22 @ Seattle L, 13-29

    Nov. 29 Arizona L, 13-19

    Dec. 6 @ Chicago W, 26-20 (OT)

    Dec. 13 @ Cleveland L, 10-24

    Dec. 20 Cincinnati 1:25 PM

    Dec. 27 @ Detroit 10:00 AM

    Jan. 3 St. Louis 1:25 PM

    Date Opponent Time (PT)

    1983 Last week at Cle., DT Quinton Dial blocked his second FGA of the season. According to Elias, Dial became the first member of the 49ers to register 2 blocked FGs in the same season since DE Law-rence Pillers blocked 2 FGs in 1983.

    19 K Phil Dawson has connected on 19 consecutive FGAs this season. He holds the two longest consecutive made FG streaks in 49ers franchise history as in 2013, Dawson set the franchise record with 27 consecutive made FGs.

    9 With 9 recepts. this week, WR Anquan Boldin would become just the 13th player in NFL history to reach 1,000-or-more career re-cepts.

    BY THE NUMBERS

    49ERS ON THE AIR

    REGULAR SEASON (4-9)

    TELEVISION: CBSPlay-By-Play: Spero Dedes

    Color Analyst: Solomon WilcotsSideline Reporter: Jay Feely

    U.S. BANK 49ERS RADIO NETWORKKNBR 680 & The Bone 107.7 FM

    Play-By-Play: Ted RobinsonColor Analyst: Tim Ryan

    SPANISH RADIO: KTRB 860Play-By-Play: Jesus Zarate

    Color Analyst: Luis Landero

    SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2015 | 1:25 PM PT10-3 4-9

    CINCINNATI

    BENGALSSAN FRANCISCO

    49ERS

    LEVI'S® STADIUM | SANTA CLARA, CA | CBS

    SPORTS USAPlay-By-Play: Larry Kahn

    Color Analyst: John RobinsonSideline Reporter: Troy West

  • Jim Tomsula was named the 19th head coach of the San Francisco 49ers on January 14, 2015, after spending the past eight seasons as the team’s de-fensive line coach. Tomsula also served as San Fran-cisco’s interim head coach for the final game of the 2010 season, a 38-7 victory over the Arizona Cardi-nals. Tomsula has coached 31 seasons of football at

    the high school, college and professional levels since the fall of 1989, including eight (2007-14) with the 49ers since being named San Fran-cisco’s defensive line coach in 2007. Tomsula joined the 49ers after enjoying one of the most successful stints in NFL Europe history. Prior to being named the head coach of the Rhein Fire in 2006, which made him the youngest head coach in NFLE history at age 38. Tomsula served as the Berlin Thunder’s defensive coordinator for two seasons, winning World Bowl XII in his first season with a defense that ranked first in the NFLE against the run. Tomsula joined the NFLE in 1998 as the defensive line coach of the England Monarchs. He then went on to serve in the same capacity for five seasons with the Scottish Claymores, where he established a reputation for producing some of the league’s most dominant lines. He also played a leading role in mentoring and teaching young talent in the league’s National Player Development program. Between NFL Europe seasons, Tomsula spent each fall as a member of Division II Catawba College’s coaching staff, since coaching in the NFLE was not a year-round position. He was a defensive lineman at Catawba College (1987-88) in Salisbury, NC, after transferring from Middle Tennessee State (1985).

    THE HEAD COACHES 49ERS RECORD WHEN...

    2015TEAM Reg. SeasonOverall 4-9At Home 3-3On the Road 1-6Neutral Site 0-0In Primetime 1-2In Dome 0-2In September 1-2In October 1-3In November 1-3In December 1-1In January 0-0Vs. NFC 3-7Vs. NFC West 0-5Vs. NFC East 0-1Vs. NFC North 2-1Vs. NFC South 1-0Vs. AFC 1-2Vs. AFC West 0-0Vs. AFC East 0-0Vs. AFC North 1-2Vs. AFC South 0-0Scoring on opening drive 0-2Scoring first 2-2Leading at half 3-0Leading after three quarters 3-0Winning time of possession 1-1Out-rushing opponent 2-2Out-passing opponent 0-1Out-gaining opponent 2-1

    OFFENSE40% + 3rd down conversions 3-250% + 3rd down conversions 0-1Not throwing an INT 3-6Passing for 300+ yards 1-2Having a 100+ yard rusher 1-0Having a 100+ yard receiver 1-2Scoring 20+ points 3-1Scoring 30+ points 0-0Rushing for 150+ yards 1-0Having 20+ first downs 1-2Not allowing a sack 1-0Allowing two or fewer sacks 2-4

    DEFENSEOpp. less than 40% on 3rd down 3-3Opp. less than 30% on 3rd down 1-1Scoring a defensive TD 1-0Returning an INT for a TD 1-0Returning a fumble for a TD 0-0Recording 3+ sacks 1-2Recording 5+ sacks 1-1Winning the turnover battle 2-4Allowing 17 or fewer points 2-1Allowing a 100-yard rusher 0-5Allowing a 100-yard receiver 2-4Not allowing a rushing TD 3-1Not allowing a passing TD 2-1

    COACHES COMPARISON Jim Tomsula Marvin Lewis

    5-9 (.357) Record as Head Coach 110-93-2 (.541)5-9 (.357) Record with Current Team 110-93-2 (.541)5-9 (.357) Overall Record (Regular/Postseason) 110-99-2 (.526)

    1st Years as Head Coach with Team 13th1st Years as Head Coach in NFL 13th9th Years as an NFL Coach 24th

    Marvin Lewis is in his 13th season as head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals. This season, Lewis has led the Bengals to their fourth consecutive season with 10-or-more wins. Last season, Lewis and the Bengals finished with a 10-5 record. He has led his team to the postseason in five of the last six years, including four straight. Lewis is the second longest

    tenured coach with one team in the NFL, trailing only Bill Belichick, who is in his 16th straight season with New England. In the category of most seasons as head coach with one or more teams, Lewis in 2015 ranks sixth among active coaches, behind Belichick (21st season in 2015), Jeff Fisher (21), Tom Coughlin (20), Andy Reid (17) and John Fox (14). The team’s division title in 2013 was Cincinnati’s third in the Lewis era. Lewis was the consensus choice as NFL Coach of the Year in 2009, when the Bengals won the title while sweeping all six divi-sion games. The Bengals were AFC North champions under Lewis also in 2005. In 2002, the season before he joined the Bengals, Lewis led the Washington Redskins to a number five NFL defensive rank-ing, serving as assistant head coach as well as defensive coordinator. Lewis came to the Bengals with credentials as a record-setting NFL defensive coordinator, having played a huge role in a championship season. His six seasons (1996-2001) as Baltimore Ravens coordina-tor included a Super Bowl victory in 2000, when his defense set the NFL record for fewest points allowed in a 16-game campaign (165), clipping 22 points off the previous mark. He had his first NFL assign-ment from 1992-95, as linebackers coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers, aiding the development of four Pro Bowl players — Kevin Greene, Chad Brown, Levon Kirkland and Greg Lloyd.

  • SERIES HIGHLIGHTS

    Matchups: 14Series Record: 49ers lead series 11-349ers Home Record vs. Bengals: 49ers lead series 5-149ers Away Record vs. Bengals: 49ers lead series 4-2First Meeting: 9/29/74, Bengals win 21-3, at SFLast Meeting: 9/25/11, 49ers win 13-8, at Cin.Current Streak: Won 2Longest 49ers Win Streak: 9 (10/1/78 – 10/20/96)Longest Bengals Win Streak: 2 (12/5/99 – 12/14/03)Most 49ers Points: 38 (12/14/03): Bengals win 41-38, at Cin.Most Bengals Points: 44 (12/5/99): Bengals win 44-30, at Cin.49ers Shutouts: NoneBengals Shutouts: None

    2015 COMPARISON

    SERIES HISTORY VS. CINCINNATI

    49ERS (rank) BENGALS (rank) 4-9 (4th NFCW) Record 10-3 (1st AFCN) 14.5 (32nd) Points Per Game 27.2 (4th) 289.4 (32nd) Total Offense 376.9 (6th) 96.9 (21st) Rushing Offense 114.2 (14th) 192.5 (30th) Passing Offense 262.8 (9th) 26:13 (31st) Possession Average 30:21 (18th) 24.2 (t-18th) Points Allowed Per Game 17.6 (2nd) 401.7 (30th) Total Defense 338.8 (10th) 133.2 (31st) Rushing Defense 96.2 (9th) 268.5 (27th) Passing Defense 242.6 (17th) 22 (t-28th) Sacks 34 (t-9th) 9 (t-22nd) Interceptions 16 (t-3rd) 44.3 (23rd) Punting Avg. (Gross) 44.1 (24th) 0 (t-14th) Turnover Differential +6 (t-5th) 49ERS BENGALS PASSING YARDS Colin Kaepernick .... 1,615 Andy Dalton ..............3,250Blaine Gabbert ..........1,157

    RUSHING YARDSCarlos Hyde ................ 470 Giovani Bernard ..........647Colin Kaepernick ......256 Jeremy Hill ....................604 RECEPTIONSAnquan Boldin ...............51 A.J. Green ...........................76Quinton Patton .............25 Marvin Jones ...................53 RECEIVING YARDSAnquan Boldin ............617 A.J. Green ......................1,169Torrey Smith ...............546 Marvin Jones ............... 656

    INTERCEPTIONSKenneth Acker ................ 3 Reggie Nelson ...................8Tramaine Brock .............. 3 Two Players ......................... 2

    SACKSAaron Lynch ................. 6.5 Carlos Dunlap .............. 10.5Ahmad Brooks ............4.0 Geno Atkins ....................8.0Quinton Dial ..................2.5 Michael Johnson .......... 5.0Arik Armstead .............2.0 Domata Peko .................4.0NaVorro Bowman .....2.0 Wallace Gilberry ...........2.0Jaquiski Tartt ...............2.0 Three Players .................. 1.0

    Team W L PF PA Home Road AFC NFC DIV Streak

    Arizona 11 2 405 252 5-1 6-1 3-1 8-1 4-1 W7

    Seattle 8 5 340 235 4-2 4-3 2-1 6-4 2-2 W4

    St. Louis 5 8 210 271 4-3 1-5 1-3 4-5 3-1 W1

    San Francisco 4 9 188 315 3-3 1-6 1-2 3-7 0-5 L1

    2015 NFC WEST STANDINGS

    Below are highlights of how selected 49ers have performed during their careers against the Bengals.

    WR ANQUAN BOLDIN• In 6 career against vs. Cin., has recorded 22 recepts. for 264 yds.

    and 4 TDs.

    LB NaVORRO BOWMAN• Registered 13 tackles at Cin. (9/25/11).

    K PHIL DAWSON• As a member of the Cleveland Browns, converted all 3 of his FGAs

    and went 6-for-6 on XPAs vs. Cin. (9/16/07).

    WR TORREY SMITH• In 8 career games vs. Cin., has recorded 24 recepts. for 378 yds.

    and 2 TDs. • As a member of the Baltimore Ravens, registered 6 recepts. for a

    game-high 165 yds. and 1 TD (11/20/11).

    STELLAR PERFORMANCES

    CINCINNATI BENGALS Overall: 11-3 Home: 5-1 Away: 4-2 Neutral: 2-0

    Date Win Score Location9/29/74 Bengals 21-3 SF10/1/78 49ers 28-12 SF12/6/81 49ers 21-3 C1/24/82 49ers (s) 26-21 D11/4/84 49ers 23-17 SF

    Date Win Score Location9/20/87 49ers 27-26 C1/22/89 49ers (s) 20-16 M12/9/90 49ers 20-17 (OT) C12/5/93 49ers 21-8 SF10/20/96 49ers 28-21 SF

    Date Win Score Location12/5/99 Bengals 44-30 C12/14/03 Bengals 41-38 C12/15/07 49ers 20-13 SF9/25/11 49ers 13-8 C

    Record: At Levi’s® Stadium: (0-0) Paul Brown Stadium: (1-1) Points: At Levi’s® Stadium: (0-0) Paul Brown Stadium: (51-49)

    (s) - Super Bowl XVI & XXIII (D) - Pontiac Silverdome (Pontiac, MI) (M) - Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami, FL)

  • THE BIG GAME COMES TO THE BAY AREA

    Levi’s® Stadium, home of the San Fran-cisco 49ers, will host Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016. “It’s a testament to everybody in the Bay Area,” says 49ers CEO Jed York. “The city of Santa Clara came together, obviously San Francisco stepped up for the Super Bowl, San Jose has been a big part of this, and I think you’re going to see everybody from Napa all the way to

    Monterey step up for this. Sports are supposed to bring people to-gether; they bring communities together, and nothing emphasizes that more than the Bay Area hosting Super Bowl 50.” The first Super Bowl was played in California in 1967 at the Los An-geles Memorial Coliseum. The game will return to Northern California for the first time since Super Bowl XIX, which was held on January 20, 1985 at Stanford Stadium. Super Bowl XIX featured future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks Dan Marino and Joe Montana. Montana led the 49ers to victory, defeating Marino’s Miami Dolphins 38-16. To celebrate this golden moment, the NFL will break away from its traditional use of branding the Super Bowl with Roman numerals and will instead use the Arabic numeral “50.” The league will return to Ro-man numerals for Super Bowl LI, scheduled to take place on February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

    Before the Super Bowl, fans can head over to Super Bowl City and the NFL Experience to partake in a week-long series of family-friendly events. Super Bowl City is a free-to-the-public fan village, centered in Justin Herman Plaza, on the Embarcadero at the foot of San Fran-cisco’s famed Market Street. Fans will have the opportunity to sample locally grown food, experience the Bay Area’s cultural diversity, view performances from national and local artists and participate in foot-ball-themed activities. In addition to serving as a hub of fan, sponsor, media and NFL activities, Super Bowl City will be the broadcast home for the CBS Television Network – the exclusive broadcaster of Super Bowl 50 – as well as NFL Network.

    “Super Bowl City will give every San Franciscan a chance to share in the fan experience of Super Bowl 50,” says San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee . “As San Francisco hosts the most philanthropic Super Bowl ever, our Bay Area region’s small local businesses, hotels and restaurants will share in all these events. I’m excited that the San Fran-

    cisco Bay Area and all we have to offer will be once again seen on one of the world’s largest stages.” The NFL Experience will be housed at Moscone Center North and South. For its first visit to the Bay Area, pro football’s interactive theme park will feature participatory games, displays, entertainment attrac-tions, youth football clinics and free autograph sessions with NFL players. Moscone Center West will be home to the NFL Fan Viewing Gallery and the NFLMedia Center. The Fan Viewing Gallery provides fans with the oppor-tunity to get up close and personal as current players, NFL legends and celebrities are interviewed live by national radio personalities. Both Super Bowl City and the NFL Experience will open on January 30, 2016, providing local residents the opportunity to experience the festival before out-of-town guests arrive. Additionally, 25 percent of every dollar raised by the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee will go toward supporting local community initiatives and high-performing nonprofits.

  • GEEP DRIVEN

    Geep Chryst is in his fifth season with the 49ers and first as the offensive coordinator, having spent his first four years as the team’s quarterbacks coach. With 27 seasons of coaching experience, includ-ing 22 years in the NFL, Chryst joined the 49ers, in 2011 and has played a significant role in the devel-

    opment of QB Colin Kaepernick, which was evident when he became the starter in Week 11 of the 2012 season and led the team to an ap-pearance in Super Bowl XLVII. In 2014, Kapernick set career highs in passing yards (3,369) and rushing yards (639). His 639 rushing yards set the franchise record for most rushing yards by a quarterback in a season. Kaepernick also tied the franchise record for most consecutive games with a touchdown pass (18 - Steve Young, 10/9/94-11/26/95).

    During the 2013 season, Kaepernick led the team to its third con-secutive NFC Championship Game appearance. Under Chryst’s tu-dorship, Kaepernick ranked 10th in the NFL with a quarterback rat-ing of 91.6, throwing for 21 touchdowns and only 8 interceptions. The 2012 season showed Chryst’s strengths and expertise as the teams quarterbacks coach in captializing on the strengths of the starting quarterback. Midway through the season, Kaepernick was named the team’s starter. Chryst’s quarterback duo of Kaepernick and Alex Smith, tied for the fewest interceptions in the NFL (8), ranked 4th in quarterback rating (101.2), and 4th in completion per-centage (66.3). In 2011, Chryst helped guide Smith to his best NFL season, setting career highs in passing yards (3,144), completions (273), and passer rating (90.7). He also set the franchise record for fewest intercep-tions thrown in a single-season with just five. Smith’s five intercep-tions are tied for third in NFL history (min. 400 atts.) and his inter-ception percentage of 1.1 also ranks third in NFL history (min. 400 atts.). Most importantly, he posted a 14-4 overall record as the starter, in 2011.

    Chryst joined the 49ers in 2011 after five years as the tight ends coach/offensive quality control for the Carolina Panthers. In 2009, Chryst was part of an offensive coaching staff that helped the Pan-thers become the first team in the history of the NFL to garner two running backs with more than 1,100 yards rushing in the same sea-son. His tight end unit also posted the most productive receiving season for Panthers tight ends in a decade that year.

    Before joining Carolina in 2006, Chryst served as the Arizona Cardinals quarterbacks coach (2001-03) and San Diego Chargers of-fensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach (1999-2000). Chryst imple-mented the no-huddle offense in San Diego in 1999, which led to Jim Harbaugh enjoying the second-highest passing output (2,761 pass-ing yards) of his 15-year career. The Chargers also completed the most passes (332) in 13 years with Chryst directing the offense and Harbaugh became the first quarterback in team history since Hall of Famer Dan Fouts to pass for 400 yards in a game, that year. Chryst spent three seasons with the Cardinals, serving as the team’s tight ends coach from 1996-97 before becoming the quar-terbacks coach in 1998. He began his NFL coaching career with the Chicago Bears in 1991 as the director of research/quality control, a position he held until 1995. In the spring of 1992, Chryst, after being out of uniform for eight years, took a 15-day hiatus from the Bears to long snap in three playoff games for the short-handed Orlando Thunder of the World League. Interestingly, he had made his profes-sional coaching debut with the Thunder in 1991, serving as the wide receivers/running backs coach. Chryst began his coaching career at University of Wisconsin-Plat-teville in 1987 before moving over to the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1988. Chryst then spent two years at the University of Wyoming, serving as the offensive line coach in 1989 and the quar-terbacks coach in 1990. A three-year starter at linebacker for Princeton University, Chryst also played baseball for two seasons for the Tigers. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Princeton as well as a master’s de-gree in educational administration from the University of Wisconsin.

    CHRYST’S NFL COACHING BACKGROUND Years Coaching Position Team 2015-current Offensive Coordinator San Francisco 49ers 2011-14 Quarterbacks San Francisco 49ers 2006-10 Tight Ends/Quality Control Carolina Panthers 2001-03 Quarterbacks Arizona Cardinals 1999-2000 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks San Diego Chargers 1998 Quarterbacks Arizona Cardinals 1996-97 Tight Ends Arizona Cardinals 1991-95 Director of Reseach/Quality Control Chicago Bears

    CHRYST’S FAMILY TREE Chryst comes from a football-enriched family, as his father, George, was the head coach at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville beginning in 1979 and later became athletic director in 1981. He guided the Pioneers to a 79-60-2 record, including a Wisconsin State University Conference championship in 1980. Similar to Geep, his brother, Paul, has an extensive back-ground with experience at both the NFL and collegiate levels. He spent the last three seasons as the head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh prior to being introduced as the 30th head coach in University of Wisconsin-Madison’s history in De-cember of 2014.

  • Anquan Boldin has been the definition of con-sistent since joining the 49ers in 2013 and contin-ued that trend in 2014. He led the team in recep-tions (83) and receiving yards (1,062) and once again provided veteran leadership to many of the team’s younger players last season. The 13-year veteran and three-time Pro Bowl selection became

    just the fourth player in franchise history to have multiple 1,000-yard seasons with the 49ers and the first player to do so in his first two seasons with the team. Additionally, his efforts both on the field and off the field with the Anquan Boldin Foundation, he was named the team’s Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award for the second con-secutive season. Last season, he was nominated for both the Man of the Year Award to go along with ESPN Sports Humanitarian of the Year. Boldin has always had a knack for starting fast, exemplified by his possession of multiple NFL rookie records, including most recep-tions in a season (101) and most receiving yards in the first game of a career (217). He was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2003 and selected to the Pro Bowl that season for his efforts. He is the fastest player in NFL history to haul in his 400th, 500th and 600th career receptions and notched his 900th career reception during the 2014 season vs. St. Louis (11/2/14) to become the third fastest in NFL history to accomplish the milestone (164 games).

    2015 Highlights...• Became the first player in NFL history to record 50-or-more re-

    cepts. and 600-or-more rec. yds. in each of his first 13 seasons af-ter registering 2 recepts. for 22 yds. at Cle. (12/13).

    • With 5 recepts. for 37 yds. at Chi. (12/6), became the 18th player in NFL history to record 13,000-or-more rec. yds. in their career.

    • Moved past former WR Randy Moss (982) for the 13th-most re-cepts. in NFL history with an 8 recept. performance for 93 yds. vs. Arz. (11/29).

    • Registered 5 recepts. for 93 yds. at Sea. (11/22) and moved past former WR Irving Fryar into 18th all-time for most rec. yds.

    • Had 5 recepts. for 102 yds., including a 51-yd. recept. in the 4th Qtr. that helped set up the game-winning TD vs. Bal. (10/18). He has registered 100-or-more rec. yds. in consecutive games for the first time since 2009, when he registered consecutive 100-yd. games vs. Sea. 11/15/09 and at StL 11/22/09 as a member of the Arizona Cardinals.

    • Registered 8 recepts. for 107 yds. and 1 TD at NYG (10/11). It marked his 37th career game with 100-or-more rec. yds. and his 4th as a member of the 49ers.

    • Recorded his first TD of 2015 and 71st of his career, as he found the end zone on a 14-yd. pass from QB Colin Kaepernick at Pit. (9/20). He finished the game with 6 recepts. for 60 yds. and 1 TD.

    HALL OF FAME CAREER

    13,000

    1,000

    38

    Boldin has a chance to reach numerous NFL milestones as he continues to climb the all-time leaderboards during the remainder of the season. He currently ranks 13th all-time in recepts. with 991 and 18th in NFL history with 13,023 career rec. yds.

    ANQUAN BOLDIN VS. HALL OF FAME WRs GP Rec. Yards Avg TD

    Anquan Boldin 183 991 13,023 13.1 72 Avg. of 24 HOF WRs: 176 650 10,388 16.1 80

    50/600

    At this point in his career, Boldin has very similar stats to wide receivers who are currently enshrined in the Hall of Fame:

    With 13,023 career rec. yds., Boldin is one of 18 players in NFL history

    with 13,000-or-more rec. yds. in their career.

    Only 10 players in NFL history have recorded 1,000-or-more recepts. in

    their careers. Boldin cur-rently has 991 recepts., trailing only Cowboys TE Jason Witten (1,008) and Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (1,005) among active players.

    Boldin ranks 7th among active play-ers with 38 career games with 100-or-more rec. yds.

    With 51 recepts. and 617 yds. on the sea-son, Boldin is the first

    player in NFL history to record 50-or-more recepts. and 600 rec. yds. in each of his first 13 seasons.

  • CONFUSE & CONQUER

    Eric Mangini is in his third season with the 49ers and first as the defensive coordinator. A former two-time NFL head coach, Mangini spent the 2014 season as the tight ends coach and the 2013 sea-son as the team’s senior offensive consultant. Mangini’s wealth of football coaching experi-ence, including stints as a head coach with the

    Cleveland Browns (2009-10) and New York Jets (2006-08), has been evident in his time with the team. In his 18 years as an NFL coach, he has been a part of seven playoff teams, including five division titles and three Super Bowl Championships. Prior to joining the 49ers, Mangini worked as an NFL analyst at ESPN from 2011-12. As a NFL rookie head coach with the New York Jets in 2006, Mangini took a team that went 4-12 the previous season and directed it to a 10-6 regular season record and a playoff appearance. He was later recognized as AFC Coach of the Year by the Kansas City Com-mittee of 101. Eight different Jets earned Pro Bowl honors over the three years that Mangini was head coach. Of the eight, three were drafted in Mangini’s first two seasons with the team (C Nick Mangold, CB Darrelle Revis and KR Leon Washington), while four others (DT Kris Jenkins, QB Brett Favre, RB Thomas Jones and G Alan Faneca) were acquired while he was the head coach.

    Prior to being named head coach of the Jets, Mangini spent six seasons with the New England Patriots as their defensive backs coach (2000-04) and defensive coordinator (2005), where he was part of three Super Bowl Championships. In Mangini’s six seasons with the Patriots, the Patriots ranked fifth in interceptions (109) and second in interceptions returned for touchdowns (16). As the defen-sive coordinator in 2005, New England won 10 games and the AFC East despite having 45 different players make at least one start, an NFL record for a division champion.

    Mangini served as a defensive assistant with the Jets from 1997-99, after spending 1996 as an offensive assistant with the Baltimore Ra-vens. He began his NFL coaching career with the Cleveland Browns as a coaches assistant in 1995, after serving as a ball boy and public relations intern with the team the previous year. A native of Hartford, CT, Mangini played collegiately at Wesleyan University and graduated with a degree in political science. A nose tackle on the football team, Mangini still holds school records for single-season (11.5) and career (36.5) sacks.

    MANGINI’S NFL COACHING BACKGROUND Years Coaching Position Team 2015-current Defensive Coordinator San Francisco 49ers 2014 Tight Ends San Francisco 49ers 2013 Senior Offensive Consultant San Francisco 49ers 2009-10 Head Coach Cleveland Browns 2006-08 Head Coach New York Jets 2005 Defensive Coordinator New England Patriots 2000-04 Defensive Backs New England Patriots 1997-99 Defensive Assistant/Quality Control New York Jets 1996 Offensive Assistant/Quality Control Baltimore Ravens 1995 Coaches’ Assistant Cleveland Browns

  • Talent, hustle, toughness and determination are all attributes 49ers linebacker NaVorro Bowman has displayed during his first five seasons in the NFL. A First-Team All-Pro selec-tion in 2011, 2012 and 2013, and 2013 and 2014 Pro Bowler he led the team in tackles in each of his first three seasons. After missing the entire 2014 season due to a knee injury, Bowman has picked up where he left off, leading the team in tackles during the 2015 sea-son. Earlier this year, he established the “4th & Goal Foundation,” which aims to impact the lives of children throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

    2015 Highlights...• According to TruMedia statistics,

    has recorded 124 tackles, ranking 2nd in the NFL.

    • Registered 8 tackles and 1.0 sack vs. Min. (9/14), giving him 10.0 sacks for his career.

    • Recorded 7 tackles, 1.0 sack and 1 PD vs. Atl. (11/2), taking QB Matt Ryan down for a 9-yd. loss

    Career Highlights...• Late in the 4th qtr. vs. Atl. (12/23/13), Bowman intercepted Falcons QB Matt

    Ryan and returned it 89 yds. for a TD to seal the victory in the final regular season game at Candlestick Park. It marked the longest INT return by a LB in franchise history.

    • Named NFC Defensive Player of the Month in December of 2013. During that stretch, Bowman registered 56 tackles, 3.0 sacks, 2 INTs, one of which was returned 89 yds. for a TD, 2 FFs and 1 FR. No other player accomplished the feat in the entire 2013 season.

    • Was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance at Arz. (12/29/13). Picked off Cardinals QB Carson Palmer, marking his 2nd INT of the season and 3rd of his career. Bowman notched his 4th FF of the season, 5th of his career, stripping the ball from Cardinals RB Rashard Mendenhall. He also recovered the loose ball. He was just the 2nd player in the NFL that season and the first 49er since 2009 to register 1 INT, 1 FF and 1 FR in the same game [Ind. LB Jerrell Freeman vs. KC (12/22/13); CB Dre Bly vs. Det. (12/27/09)].

    • Named 1st Team AP All-Pro in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

    • Named an alternate for the 2012 Pro Bowl, a starter in the 2013 Pro Bowl and again to the team in 2014.

    • Named Defensive Player of the Year by the Dallas Morning News’ Rick Gosselin, and led the team in tackles with 173 in 2011.

    • Tallied a career-high 12 games with 10+ tackles in 2012.

    • Led the team with a career-high 19 tackles at Sea. (12/23).

    • Recorded 1 FR vs. Arz. (11/20/11), registering his 3rd career FR and first on special teams.

    • Recorded his 1st career FR at Phi. (10/2/11).

    BOWFLEX

    LONGEST INT RETURN BY A LINEBACKER IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

    Player Date Opp. Yds. 1. NaVorro Bowman 12/23/13 Atl. 89t 2. Patrick Willis 9/14/08 Sea. 86t 3. John Johnson 9/6/92 NYG 56t 4. Lee Woodall 12/15/97 Den. 55 5. Ahmad Brooks 11/25/12 NO 50t

    MOST TACKLES IN THE NFL Player Tackles

    1. D’Qwell Jackson, Ind. 1292. NaVorro Bowman, SF 1243. Telvin Smith, Jax. 1224t. Lavonte David, TB 118 Reshad Jones, Mia. 118*According to TruMedia Statistics

  • Selected as the 18th overall draft choice in the 2013 NFL Draft, Eric Reid has done every-thing you could ask for after earning his starting spot in training camp of his rookie year. Reid has

    started in each of the 31 out of a possible 32 games over his first two seasons. In 2014, he started each of the team’s first 15 games and registered 55 tackles, seven passes defensed and three in-

    terceptions. He quickly made a name for himself as a rookie in 2013, finishing the season as the only player in the NFC to record four interceptions and two fumble recoveries.

    He became the first 49ers rookie safety to be named to the Pro Bowl in franchise history. Reid was the recipient of the Thomas Herrion Memorial Award given by the 49ers coaches to the rookie or first-year player who has taken advantage of every opportunity and turned it into a positive situation. Off the field in 2015, Reid hosted the inaugural “Eric Reid Invitational,” a golf tournament which raised over $70,000

    for the Baton Rouge Sickle Cell Foundation.

    2015 Highlights...• Registered his first career FF at Cle. (12/13).

    Career Highlights...• Made his NFL debut vs. GB (9/8/13), recording 7 tackles, 1 INT, 1 PD and 1 special

    teams tackle. His first career INT came off of Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. Reid became the first 49ers rookie to intercept a pass on opening day since both DB Don Griffin and CB Tim McKyer each registered an INT at TB (9/7/86).

    • Registered his 2nd INT of his career picking off a pass by Seahawks QB Russell Wilson vs. Sea. (9/15/13). According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Reid was the only 49ers rookie, since the merger in 1970, to register an INT in each of the team’s first 2 games. The last rookie in the NFL to register an INT in the team’s first 2 games was Phi. S Nate Allen in 2010.

    • Notched a single-game career-high 9 tackles vs. Hou. (10/6), and also added 1 PD.

    • Tallied 1 INT vs. Arz. (10/13/13), the 3rd of his career, picking off QB Carson Palmer and returning it 53 yds to the Cardinals 7-yd. line. Also recorded his first career FR, recovering a fumble by Arz. WR Larry Fitzgerald. The takeaway led to a 6-yd. TD run by RB Kendall Hunter.

    • Recorded his first career special teams FR, picking up the loose ball after it was touched by Panthers CB Drayton Florence vs. Car. (11/10/13). The takeaway led to a 43-yd. FG by K Phil Dawson.

    • Picked off QB Mike Glennon at TB (12/15/13), registering the 4th INT of his career. He also added 5 tackles and 1 PD.

    • Finished the 2013 season as the only player in the NFC to record 4 INTs and 2 FRs.

    • Named to the 2013 NFC Pro Bowl. Also earned the Thomas Herrion Memorial Award given by the 49ers coaches to the rookie or first-year player who has taken advantage of every opportunity and turned it into a positive situation.

    REID-ING THE OFFENSE

  • A fifth-round draft pick just one season ago, Aaron Lynch has quickly become one of the team’s leading pass rushers. He is coming off of an impressive rookie season in 2014 where he registered

    6.0 sacks, which was tied for the most on the team and ranked third in the NFL among rookies. This season is no different for Lynch as he leads the team with 6.5 sacks.

    2015 Highlights...• Registered a sack of Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater, the seventh of his career, on fourth

    down late in the 4th quarter to seal the victory vs. Min. (9/14).

    • Recorded the first multi-sack game of his career vs. GB (10/4), taking down QB Aaron Rodgers twice for a total loss of 15-yds.

    • Registered 2.0 sacks vs. Sea. (10/22), bringing down Seahawks QB Rus-sell Wilson twice for his 2nd multi-sack game of the season and of his career.

    • Recorded 3 solo tackles and 1.0 sack vs. Atl. (11/8), taking down QB Matt Ryan for his 6th sack of the season.

    • Picked up 0.5 sack of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson at Sea. (11/22).

    Career Highlights...• Among rookie or first/

    second-year players, Lynch currently ranks 3rd in the NFL with 12.5 sacks since 2014.

    • Registered 6.0 sacks in 2014, which tied for the team lead and ranked 3rd in the NFL among rookies [StL DT Aaron Donald - 8.0; Ind. LB Jonathan Newsome - 6.5].

    • Had his first multi-sack of his career vs. Sea. (10/22/15), bringing down Seahawks QB Russell Wilson for 2.0 sacks.

    • On the first series of the game vs. Chi. (9/14/14), blocked a punt by Bears P Patrick O’Donnell, giving the 49ers the ball at the Bears 8-yd. line.

    • Registered his first career sack at Den. (10/19/14), dropping Broncos QB Peyton Manning for a 7-yd. loss.

    • Made his first career start at NO (11/9/14).

    • Registered 1.0 sack of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson vs. Sea. (11/27/14). It marked his third con-secutive game with a sack [11/16/14 at NYG; 11/23/14 vs. Was.].

    • Sacked Cardinals QB Ryan Lindley for a 9-yd. loss vs. Arz. (12/28/14) to finish with 6.0 on the season.

    AARON ON THE SIDE OF DISRUPTION

    MOST SACKS AMONG ROOKIE THROUGH 2nd-YEAR

    PLAYERS (2014-15) Player Sacks 1. Aaron Donald, StL 20.0 2. Khalil Mack, Oak. 18.0 3. Aaron Lynch, SF 12.5 4. Kony Ealy, Car. 9.0 5t. Two Players 7.5

  • THE MCGAUGHEY SPECIAL

    Thomas McGaughey Jr. (muh-GAY-hee) enters his ninth season in the NFL and first with the 49ers as the team’s special teams coordinator. Having served as a special teams coordinator at the pro-fessional, collegiate and high school levels, he is a veteran of 18 coaching seasons. As the New York Jets special teams coordinator,

    Jets K Nick Folk ranked tied for third in the league with 32 field goals made, in 2014. His 32 field goals made under McGaughey were the second-most in a single season in his career. The kickoff return unit also averaged 83.9 return yards per game (23.1 yards per return aver-age), which ranked second in the NFL. During McGaughey’s three seasons as special teams coordinator at Louisiana State University (2011-13), the Tigers saw future NFL Draft choices WR Odell Beckham, Jr. and S Tyrann Mathieu earn All-America honors as returners. K Drew Alleman was named Second-Team All-SEC in 2012, while P Brad Wing garnered Second-Team All-America honors in 2011. While at LSU, McGaughey guided the Tigers special teams to seven touchdowns.

    Prior to leading the Tigers special teams, McGaughey served as the assistant special teams coordinator with the New York Giants from 2007-10. In 2008, the team ranked fourth in the NFL in field goal per-centage and saw K John Carney, P Jeff Feagles and LS Zak DeOssie each earn Pro Bowl honors. That year, Carney set a franchise record by connecting on 35-of-38 field goals (92.1 percent).

    McGaughey joined the Giants after two seasons as the assistant special teams coach with the Denver Broncos. In 2006, Denver held opposing punt returners to an average of 6.9 yards per return, which ranked fifth in the NFL. The year prior, McGaughey worked with the Broncos special teams that saw the club go 13-3 and advance to the AFC Championship Game. McGaughey spent two years (2003-04) working at the University of Houston before going to Denver. While with the Cougars, he was the special teams coordinator in 2003 and special teams coordinator and cornerbacks coach in 2004.

    McGaughey originally entered coaching in the NFL as part of the NFL’s minority coaching fellowship with the Kansas City Chiefs dur-ing the training camp of 2001, McGaughey joined the staff full time in 2002 as an assistant special teams coach. In 2001, McGaughey worked as a pro scouting assistant with the Houston Texans, the year before the club’s inaugural season. Prior to his time with the Texans, McGaughey served as the defensive backs and special teams coach for Willowridge High School in Texas from 1998 to 2001. McGaughey began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at the University of Houston, where he was a four-year safety and spe-cial teams captain as a senior. Following his senior season at the University of Houston, Mc-Gaughey spent time in training camp with the Cincinnati Bengals in 1996. Late in the 1996 season, McGaughey joined the Philadelphia Eagles practice squad and also spent training camp with the Eagles in 1997. He was a member of a Barcelona Dragons team out of NFL Eu-rope that won the NFL Europe World Bowl title, in 1997. Interestingly, McGaughey has been apart of two football championships - Super Bowl XLII in 2007 with the New York Giants and an SEC Championship in 2011 with LSU.

    McGAUGHEY JR.’S NFL COACHING BACKGROUND Years Coaching Position Team 2015-current Special Teams Coordinator San Francisco 49ers 2014 Special Teams Coordinator New York Jets 2007-10 Assistant Special Teams Coordinator New York Giants 2005-06 Assistant Special Teams Coordinator Denver Broncos 2002 Assistant Special Teams Coordinator Kansas City Chiefs 2001 Minority Coaching Fellowship Kansas City Chiefs

  • In his third season with the 49ers, Phil Dawson joined the 49ers in 2013 after spending the previ-ous 14 seasons with the Cleveland Browns. In his second year with the club in 2014, he finished the season with 25 made field goals and 108 to-tal points. During the 2013 regular season he had the second most made field goals (32) and points

    scored (140) in 49ers history, and kicked the game-winning 33-yard field goal in the Wild Card round at Green Bay (1/5/14). Head coach Jim Tomsula expressed his appreciation for what Dawson brings to the team, saying, “If you brought somebody in, anybody in that locker room, you want to get them around Phil. Great family man, good person, has his head really locked in right and knows how to be able to perform in this game and then walk out the door and per-form everywhere. He’s just a quality person in every sense of the word.” Dawson made the move to San Francisco after establishing himself as one of the most accurate kickers in NFL history, ranking 12th all-time with a field goal percentage of 84.7% (381 of 450). Daw-son has proven himself to be one of the most reliable kickers in ex-treme weather conditions in NFL history, registering a single-season career-high with 140 points in 2013.

    2015 Highlights...• Converted on a 44-yd. FGA at Cle. (12/13) and moved into sole pos-

    session of the two longest consecutive made FG streaks in 49ers franchise history.

    • Connected on both of his FGAs (50 & 33 yds.) vs. Arz. He has con-nected on 18 consecutive FGs, which is tied for the 2nd longest streak in franchise history.

    • Hit from 25 and 27 yds. at Sea. (11/22) which included his 15th and 16th consecutive made FGs.

    • Made both of his FGAs at StL (11/1), including a 54-yd. FG, marking his longest of the season.

    • Connected on all 4 FGAs, including a 53-yd. FG vs. Bal. (10/18). With his 53-yd. FG, he holds the franchise record with 11 FGM from 50-or-more yds.

    Career Highlights...• Ranks first in 49ers fran-

    chise history with 12 made FGs from 50-or-more yds.

    • Set a new 49ers post-season record for lon-gest FG made with a 49-yd. FG at Car. (1/12/14) (NFC-D).

    • Holds the 49ers record for most consecutive made FGs with 27 in 2013.

    • Has the 5th highest all-time FG percentage, among kickers with 300+ FGAs, in NFL history at 84.7%.

    • Ranks as the Browns franchise leader in FG percentage with a mark of 84% (305-363).

    • Is 1st on the Browns all-time FGs made list with 305 kicks made.• Ranks 2nd in Browns franchise history with 1,265 career points

    (Lou Groza - 1,349).• Holds the Browns franchise single-season record with 30 FGs

    made in 2008.• Is the only player in Browns franchise history to account for 6

    100-point seasons.• In 2008, he became the first player in Browns franchise history to

    convert a 50+ yd. FG in three consecutive games.• In 2004, he established a Browns franchise record with 27 con-

    secutive FGs made [vs. SD (10/19/03) - vs. NYJ (11/21/04)], only to one-up his own record in 2012 with 29 consecutive FGs made [vs. Bal. (12/4/11) - at Oak. (12/2/12)].

    • According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Dawson, who also holds the Cleveland Browns franchise record for most consecutive made FGs (27), joined K Olindo Mare (Mia. and Sea.) and Neil Rackers (Arz. and Hou.) as the only kickers who currently hold the record for most consecutive made FGs for two different franchises.

    DAWSON’S KICK

    MOST FGM FROM 50+ YDs., FRANCHISE HISTORY

    Player FGM 1. Phil Dawson 13 2. Joe Nedney 10 3. David Akers 9 4. Mike Cofer 5 5t. Tommy Davis 4 Ray Wersching 4

    MOST CONSECUTIVE FGs MADE IN 49ERS HISTORY Player FGs1. Phil Dawson (10/6/13-12/29/13) 272. Phil Dawson (9/14/15 - Present) 193. Joe Nedney (11/26/06 - 9/30/07) 184. Mike Cofer (12/4/88 - 10/1/89) 17

  • MORE THAN A GAME

    Though NT Ian Williams doesn’t have his own foundation or charity just yet, he has embraced his role of being a leader and men-tor on and off the field. From his college years at Notre Dame to his time with the 49ers, Williams now makes sure he goes back to the Boys & Girls Club to help make a difference for a new generation of youth. San Francis-co’s starting nose tackle was there as recently as a few months ago during the lull of the NFL offseason, talking with the kids and partak-ing in all the activities the center had to offer.

    “I grew up in the Boys & Girls Club,” said Williams. “It’s great, and it’s crazy because I see myself in a lot of those kids. When I was grow-ing up, we didn’t have anyone like a pro football player or pro basket-ball player come back and talk to us. “It’s kind of crazy that I’m that guy now who can go back and talk to these kids. As soon as I walk in the door they come rushing out and know who I am already. It’s a blessing and it’s amazing.” Having a soft spot for kids, Williams receives a similar wel-come each summer when he makes his appearance at 49ers Youth Camps. For two weeks this past July, hundreds of campers take over the team’s practice fields at the SAP Per-formance Facility where they are welcomed and instructed by 49ers players. In addition to regularly wel-coming Make-A-Wish Founda-tion visitors, Williams assists 49ers Head Coach Jim Tomsula at the annual “Football Camp for the Stars,” a camp for athletes with Down Syndrome who love football. Campers learn the fundamentals that put them in the middle of the action, resulting in an authentic football experience.

    WILLIAMS DELIVERS

    Very rare is it that you get the chance to work alongside one of your childhood friends. It is even rarer for that scenario to play out in the extremely competitive National Football League, where play-ers are drafted from all over the country to teams that are located sporadically throughout the United States. However, when the 49ers drafted DB Jimmie Ward in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft and S Jaquiski Tartt in the second round of the 2015 Draft, that rar-ity took place. Tartt and Ward were best friends growing up as well as for-mer high school teammates at Davidson High School in Mobile, AL. The pair won the Class 6A Region 1 football championship as the school’s starting safeties in 2009. “We talked about this day and how it would be crazy to be on the same team,” Tartt said after hearing his name an-nounced at the 2015 NFL Draft. “For it to actually happen, it’s crazy.” Both Ward and Tartt came out of relatively small football pro-grams, as Ward joined the NFL from Northern Illinois University and Tartt from Samford University. With football dreams, the two being drafted by the same NFL team is something that they will have for the rest of their lives.

    ALABAMA FRIENDSHIP

  • SOUNDING BOARD

    On Head Coach Jim Tomsula“The thing I love about Jim is, Jim is Jim. He’s go-ing to be who he is. He’s not going to try to be anybody else and guys appreciate that honesty, that sincerity. And he does care about the players. He cares deeply about them and that resonates, I believe, in the locker room. He cares about the coaches. He cares about the organization. That’s

    just his personality. His relationship with everybody in the building, from the GM to the people that he meets in stadium ops that maybe he doesn’t have contact with, treats everybody the same way and I have a lot of respect for that.” - Defensive Coordinator Eric Mangini

    “Clearly he’s a player’s coach. You can see that he cares about his players and sets a good environment for his players. He tries to be very upbeat. He’s very detailed in the things that he’s trying to do as far as getting with the players and getting them on the same page. You can see that he’s coming in with different philosophical things with the up-tempo offense and up-tempo defense. So far, so good.You root for a guy like Jim Tomsula.” - ESPN Insider, John Clayton

    “He tells it how it is. If anything big happens out there he’s big on moving on to the next play. That’s how he operates. We don’t try to hop on what’s happened before, we try to just keep it moving. He’s real positive when something good happens, but if it’s not good, he’s going to let us know.”- LB NaVorro Bowman

    On Offensive Coordinator Geep Chryst“He has a great understanding of the offense and how everything fits together. He understands how the offensive line’s blocking schemes affect what the quarterback does. It’s not like he’s a new co-ordinator who is trying to figure everybody out. He’s got a lot of history with the guys in the locker room.”

    - T Joe Staley

    “Great person, brilliant guy. I think he’s very open to what the players input is during the game, during the week. And also, open to taking shots down the field and opening up the playbook.”- QB Colin Kaepernick

    On Defensive Coordinator Eric Mangini“Coach Mangini’s thing is that we’re going to cause confusion. The opposing offense won’t know what we’re going to do each down. That could be bring-ing pressure or dropping eight in coverage, but it’s all about keeping the offense on their heels. That means a lot of movement and everyone having to know what everyone else is doing. It could be dif-ferent people doing different jobs.””- S Antoine Bethea

    “He’s so respected and loved around here because it’s not about him, it’s about everybody else. That’s why this team is going to give great effort every practice and every game.” - Current NFL Network Analyst and former NFL Head Coach, Steve Mariucci

    “Coach Tomsula is the most genuine head coach I’ve ever had in my football career. He really cares. If he says something, you can rest assured that he’s going to try to get it done. You can be pretty confident that he’s going to do whatever he can do for you. I think the guys respect that, I know I love him. I’ll do any-thing for him. I think that’ll translate on the field for us.” - S Eric Reid

    “He’s one of the most knowledgeable guys, one of the most passionate and he doesn’t think about football the way a typical coach does. He thinks about it more as a player. He understands the passion and emotion. And he understands the mental as-pect.” - T Joe Staley

    “He brings a lot of energy to our offense and does well to get the most out of his players. He creates opportunities for a lot of guys.” - RB Reggie Bush

    “I’ve known Geep for a long time. He was actually my quarter-backs coach in Arizona my rookie year. He’s a great football mind, and I think he can bring a spark to the offense.” - WR Anquan Boldin

    “He wants the offense to have to defend us, rather than us de-fend the offense.” - LB NaVorro Bowman

  • On DL Arik Armstead“We had very, very high grades on him. Very ac-tive, very athletic, big, long guy. When he gets in there, he’s an explosive player. He can get to the quarterback. He can disrupt things.” - Arizona Cardinals Head Coach Bruce Arians

    On TE Blake Bell“Here’s a guy 6-6, I think he weighed in at over 260 pounds, but what you see when you watch him on the field isn’t size or girth, you’re seeing an athleti-cism, a savvy, an ability to really be a nice weapon. So as a young receiver, he’s got a lot of attributes.” - Offensive Coordinator Geep Chryst

    On LB NaVorro Bowman“He has a well-known presence on the field, some-thing everyone respects. They respect how hard he works. The time and effort he puts in and ulti-mately the way he plays this game. So, it’s exciting for this team to have him back out there.” - QB Colin Kaepernick

    On K Phil Dawson“If you brought somebody in and you want some-body, not only Bradley Pinion, anybody in that locker room, you want to get them around Phil. Again, great family man, good person, has his head really locked in right and knows how to be able to perform in this game and then walk out the door and perform everywhere. He’s just a quality person in every sense of the word.”- Head Coach Jim Tomsula

    On DT Quinton Dial“He’s an incredible person, incredible father, hus-band, friend. Great in the locker room and he is in-credibly scary when it comes to putting a helmet on. So, he’s that guy that we want. He’s the true definition of a switch.” - Head Coach Jim Tomsula

    On RB Shaun Draughn“I think the biggest thing that was impressive with Shaun going backwards, and I hate going backwards, but the first week that he was here and learning the protections, there’s a lot to that. There’s a lot of different verbiage when you go dif-ferent places and just the way he worked through that and has continued to work. The way they worked and got that from the mental side of things, it was and is impressive.”- Head Coach Jim Tomsula

    On LB Aaron Lynch“He’s another guy that I think has tremendous potential to grow. He’s very talented physically, physically gifted, very smart. He has an excellent play demeanor.” - Defensive Coordinator Eric Mangini

    SOUNDING BOARD

    “He’s an outstanding football player that has overcome a seri-ous injury. I have a lot of respect for him being out there. There are a lot of physical challenges overcoming that kind of injury. I can just only imagine how much work he’s put in to get back out there. I wish him the best.” - Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning

    “I think when you play a guy like that, he really brings out the best in you because you do have to think more. It’s not just a 350-pound dude who’s going to run into you full speed. It’s a guy that can move, he’s got good hands, he’s smart, he knows what he’s doing, where he’s at. When you get a guy like that, it brings your level of play up and it starts to bring you into the season in a good way.” - G/T Alex Boone

  • On TE Vance McDonald“He’s doing a great job. He’s working his tail off and he’s playing at an extremely high level right now. Blocking well in the run game, catching the ball, and he’s had some big plays.”- QB Blaine Gabbert

    On P Bradley Pinion“Very, very mature for his age. Just turned 21. Has tremendous upside. The hang-to-distance ratio with this kid is very, very good. Just got to get him consistent directionally, but the sky’s the limit with this kid.” - Special Teams Coordinator Thomas McGaughey Jr.

    On NT Mike Purcell“You feel great for him. Michael Purcell, he’s an-other one, I tell you all the time. He’s one of those guys that, he’s a father, he’s a husband, he’s a hard working guy, he’s a good person, great teammate. He’s got all those things and he’s got a lot of ability. So, you’re rooting for him, you’re pulling for him and it excites you. ”

    - Head Coach Jim Tomsula

    On WR Torrey Smith“Guys respect his speed. You’re not going to find guys play up on him like that. Which makes run-ning medium routes that much easier for him. But, he’s also a guy that doesn’t mind getting his nose dirty. He can go in and block.” - WR Anquan Boldin

    On T Joe Staley“I look up to Joe especially. Just watching how he works, being a Pro Bowler. He’s just a great exam-ple to watch and look at every day.”- OL Trent Brown

    On S Jaquiski Tartt“He’s done a great job. Being as young as he is, trying to learn as much as coach is asking him to learn with going back to safety and coming up playing in the box, that’s a challenge for a rookie. So, he’s done a great job. I enjoy playing with him because he listens and goes out there and does the right thing.” - LB NaVorro Bowman

    On DB Jimmie Ward“He wants to make sure that he’s got every one of his assignments down. It’s a great quality, great quality that he has. He’s going to make sure he’s got it all down and you love that about him. And then, sometimes you know he’s got it all down, but it’s checking that list off a couple different times. Really, really great trait from a young player.” - Defensive Coordinator Eric Mangini

    On WR DeAndrew White“He’s definitely developed, learned to be a pro. I’m trying to teach him how to take care of his body because it’s a long season. I’m trying to take him under my wing. He’s an awesome playmaker.” - DT Quinton Dial

    SOUNDING BOARD

    “I’ve seen his highlight tape and the kid lays the hammer. He wants to get better, he wants to learn and that’s all you can ask from a young guy. He has a bright future.” - S Eric Reid

  • AS OF DECEMBER 15, 2015OFFENSEWR 81 Anquan Boldin 11 Quinton Patton 10 Bruce Ellington LT 74 Joe Staley LG 75 Alex Boone 62 Ian Silberman C 66 Marcus Martin 67 Daniel Kilgore RG 61 Andrew Tiller 65 Jordan Devey 60 Brandon Thomas RT 71 Erik Pears 77 Trent Brown TE 89 Vance McDonald 84 Blake Bell 46 Brian LeonhardtWR 82 Torrey Smith 18 DeAndrew White 14 Jerome Simpson FB 49 Bruce Miller RB 24 Shaun Draughn 30 Kendall Gaskins 32 Travaris CadetQB 2 Blaine Gabbert 13 Dylan Thompson

    DEFENSELDT 64 Mike Purcell 63 Tony Jerod-Eddie 91 Arik ArmsteadNT 93 Ian Williams RDT 92 Quinton Dial 95 Tank Carradine OLB 55 Ahmad Brooks 96 Corey Lemonier 54 Ray-Ray Armstrong ILB 53 NaVorro Bowman 56 Shayne Skov ILB 57 Michael Wilhoite 51 Gerald Hodges 50 Nick Bellore OLB 59 Aaron Lynch 58 Eli Harold LCB 26 Tramaine Brock 36 Dontae Johnson 43 Chris Davis RCB 20 Kenneth Acker 27 Keith Reaser 47 Marcus CromartieFS 35 Eric Reid 25 Jimmie Ward SS 29 Jaquiski Tartt

    SPECIAL TEAMSP 5 Bradley Pinion K 9 Phil Dawson H 5 Bradley Pinion PR 10 Bruce Ellington 18 DeAndrew WhiteKOR 10 Bruce Ellington 18 DeAndrew White LS 86 Kyle Nelson

    Reserve/Non-Football Injury - WR DeAndre Smelter

    Injured Reserve - TE Busta Anderson, WR Dres Anderson, S Antoine Bethea, RB Reggie Bush , TE Garrett Celek, DT Glenn Dorsey, RB Carlos Hyde, QB Colin Kaepernick, S L.J. McCray

    Injured Reserve/Designated for Return - RB Mike Davis

    Jim Tomsula .................................................................Head CoachGeep Chryst ................................................. Offensive CoordinatorEric Mangini ................................................. Defensive Coordinator Thomas McGaughey Jr. ........................ Special Teams CoordinatorScott Brown ............................................................ Defensive LineRonald Curry .......................................................... Wide ReceiversEjiro Evero ....................................................... Defensive AssistantChris Foerster ...........................................................Offensive LineAubrayo Franklin ............................................. Defensive AssistantAdam Henry ........................................................... Wide ReceiversRichard Hightower .................................... Assistant Special TeamsTim Lewis .......................................................................SecondarySteve Logan .............................................................. QuarterbacksMick Lombardi ................................................ Defensive AssistantT.C. McCartney ................................................. Offensive AssistantClancy Pendergast....................................................... LinebackersTom Rathman ..........................................................Running BacksJoe Scola ......................................................... Offensive AssistantTony Sparano .................................................................Tight EndsJason Tarver..................... Senior Defensive Assistant/LinebackersEric Wolford ...............................................Assistant Offensive LineMark Uyeyama ..............................Director of Human PerformanceKurt Schmidt .............. Strength, Conditioning & Nutrition AssistantBrian Johnson ............................Strength & Conditioning AssistantDavid Young ...............................Strength & Conditioning AssistantBill Nayes ...............................Special Assistant to the Head Coach

    2015 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHART

    Nick Bellore ...................................ba-LOREAntoine Bethea .........................ANN-twahn, buh-THAYNaVorro Bowman ..................nuh-VARR-oh, Tramaine Brock .......................... truh-MAINAhmad Brooks ............................. uh-MAHDTank Carradine ....................CARE-uh-deenGarrett Celek .................................SELL-ickShaun Draughn ................................. DRONE

    Colin Kaepernick ......................CAP-ur-nickDaniel Kilgore .............................. KILL-goreCorey Lemonier .......................... lemon-YAYBradley Pinion ............................... PIN-yunnErik Pears .......................................... PEERSMike Purcell .................................purr-SELLJoe Staley ......................................STAY-leeJaquiski Tartt ..................... juh-KWAH-skeeMichael Wilhoite ..........................WILL-hoyt

    PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

    COACHING STAFF

  • 2015 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS NUMERICAL ROSTERAS OF DECEMBER 15, 2015NO PLAYER POS HT WT Age EXP COLLEGE ACQUIRED 2 Blaine Gabbert QB 6-4 235 26 5 Missouri TR in ‘14 (Jax)5 Bradley Pinion P 6-5 229 21 R Clemson D-5 in ‘159 Phil Dawson K 5-11 200 40 17 Texas FA in ‘1310 Bruce Ellington WR 5-9 197 24 2 South Carolina D-4A in ‘1411 Quinton Patton WR 6-0 204 25 3 Louisiana Tech D-4A in ‘1313 Dylan Thompson QB 6-3 218 24 R South Carolina FA in ‘1514 Jerome Simpson WR 6-2 190 29 6 Coastal Carolina FA in ‘1518 DeAndrew White WR 6-0 192 24 R Alabama FA in ‘1520 Kenneth Acker CB 6-0 195 23 2 Southern Methodist D-6 in ‘1424 Shaun Draughn RB 5-11 205 28 4 North Carolina FA in ‘1525 Jimmie Ward DB 5-11 193 24 2 Northern Illinois D-1 in ‘1426 Tramaine Brock CB 5-10 197 27 6 Belhaven FA in ‘1027 Keith Reaser CB 6-0 190 24 1 Florida Atlantic D-5B in ‘1429 Jaquiski Tartt S 6-1 221 23 R Samford D-2 in ‘1530 Kendall Gaskins RB 6-1 238 25 1 Richmond FA in ‘1432 Travaris Cadet RB 6-1 210 26 4 Appalachian State FA in ‘1535 Eric Reid S 6-1 213 24 3 Louisiana State D-1 in ‘1336 Dontae Johnson CB 6-2 200 24 2 North Carolina State D-4B in ‘1443 Chris Davis CB 5-10 201 25 2 Auburn FA in ‘1546 Brian Leonhardt TE 6-5 255 25 2 Bemidji State FA in ‘1547 Marcus Cromartie CB 6-0 195 25 2 Wisconsin FA in ‘1449 Bruce Miller FB 6-2 248 28 5 Central Florida D-7A in ‘1150 Nick Bellore LB 6-1 250 26 5 Central Michigan FA in ‘1551 Gerald Hodges LB 6-2 236 24 3 Penn State TR in ‘15 (Min.)53 NaVorro Bowman LB 6-0 242 27 6 Penn State D-3 in ‘1054 Ray-Ray Armstrong LB 6-3 220 24 3 Miami (FL) W in ‘15 (Oak.)55 Ahmad Brooks LB 6-3 259 31 10 Virginia W in ‘08 (Cin.)56 Shayne Skov LB 6-3 247 25 1 Stanford FA in ‘1457 Michael Wilhoite LB 6-0 240 29 4 Washburn FA in ‘1158 Eli Harold LB 6-3 247 21 R Virginia D-3 in ‘1559 Aaron Lynch LB 6-6 270 22 2 South Florida D-5A in ‘1460 Brandon Thomas G 6-3 317 24 1 Clemson D-3C in ‘1461 Andrew Tiller G 6-4 324 26 3 Syracuse FA in ‘1462 Ian Silberman OL 6-5 306 23 R Boston College D-6 in ‘1563 Tony Jerod-Eddie DT 6-5 301 25 3 Texas A&M FA in ‘1264 Mike Purcell NT 6-3 303 24 2 Wyoming FA in ‘1365 Jordan Devey OL 6-6 320 27 2 Memphis TR in ‘15 (NE)66 Marcus Martin C 6-3 321 22 2 Southern California D-3A in ‘1467 Daniel Kilgore G/C 6-3 308 27 5 Appalachian State D-5 in ‘1171 Erik Pears G/T 6-8 316 33 10 Colorado State FA in ‘1574 Joe Staley T 6-5 315 31 9 Central Michigan D-1B in ‘0775 Alex Boone G/T 6-8 300 28 6 Ohio State FA in ‘0977 Trent Brown OL 6-8 355 22 R Florida D-7A in ‘1581 Anquan Boldin WR 6-1 220 35 13 Florida State TR in ‘13 (Bal.)82 Torrey Smith WR 6-0 205 26 5 Maryland FA in ‘1584 Blake Bell TE 6-6 252 24 R Oklahoma D-4A in ‘1586 Kyle Nelson TE/LS 6-2 240 29 4 New Mexico State FA in ‘1489 Vance McDonald TE 6-4 267 25 3 Rice D-2B in ‘1391 Arik Armstead DL 6-7 292 21 R Oregon D-1 in ‘1592 Quinton Dial DT 6-5 318 25 3 Alabama D-5 in ‘1393 Ian Williams NT 6-1 305 26 5 Notre Dame FA in ‘1195 Tank Carradine DT 6-4 295 25 3 Florida State D-2A in ‘1396 Corey Lemonier LB 6-3 255 24 3 Auburn D-3 in ‘13 Reserve/Non-Football Injury List 15 DeAndre Smelter WR 6-2 227 24 R Georgia Tech D-4C in ‘15 Injured Reserve List 7 Colin Kaepernick QB 6-4 230 28 5 Nevada D-2 in ‘1117 Dres Anderson WR 6-2 190 23 R Utah FA in ‘1523 Reggie Bush RB 6-0 205 30 10 Southern California FA in ‘1528 Carlos Hyde RB 6-0 235 25 2 Ohio State D-2 in ‘1431 L.J. McCray S 6-0 210 24 2 Catawba FA in ‘1441 Antoine Bethea S 5-11 206 31 10 Howard FA in ‘1448 Busta Anderson TE 6-4 246 23 R South Carolina D-7B in ‘1588 Garrett Celek TE 6-5 252 27 4 Michigan State FA in ‘1290 Glenn Dorsey DL 6-1 297 30 8 Louisiana State FA in ‘13 Injured Reserve/Designated for Return List 22 Mike Davis RB 5-9 217 22 R South Carolina D-4B in ‘15 Practice Squad 4 McLeod Bethel-Thompson QB 6-3 236 27 3 Sacramento State FA in ‘1519 DiAndre Campbell WR 6-2 206 23 R Washington FA in ‘1533 Jermaine Whitehead S 5-11 193 22 R Auburn FA in ‘1538 Jarryd Hayne RB 6-2 220 27 R No College FA in ‘1540 Jamie Childers TE 6-4 250 27 1 Coastal Carolina FA in ‘1545 Marcus Rush LB 6-3 251 24 R Michigan State FA in ‘1568 Kaleb Ramsey DT 6-3 285 26 2 Boston College D-7A in ‘1469 Donald Hawkins T 6-4 305 23 2 Texas FA in ‘1578 Garrison Smith NT 6-1 300 24 1 Georgia FA in ‘14

  • 2015 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS ALPHABETICAL ROSTERAS OF DECEMBER 15, 2015NO PLAYER POS HT WT Birthdate EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN 20 Acker, Kenneth CB 6-0 195 2-6-92 2 Southern Methodist Portland, OR91 Armstead, Arik DL 6-7 292 11-15-94 R Oregon Elk Grove, CA54 Armstrong, Ray-Ray LB 6-3 220 3-5-91 3 Miami (FL) Sanford, FL84 Bell, Blake TE 6-6 252 8-7-91 R Oklahoma Wichita, KS50 Bellore, Nick LB 6-1 250 5-12-89 5 Central Michigan Whitefish Bay, WI81 Boldin, Anquan WR 6-1 220 10-3-80 13 Florida State Pahokee, FL75 Boone, Alex G/T 6-8 300 5-4-87 6 Ohio State Cleveland, OH53 Bowman, NaVorro LB 6-0 242 5-28-88 6 Penn State Forestville, MD26 Brock, Tramaine CB 5-10 197 8-20-88 6 Belhaven Long Beach, MS55 Brooks, Ahmad LB 6-3 259 3-14-84 10 Virginia Woodbridge, VA77 Brown, Trent OL 6-8 355 4-13-93 R Florida Albany, GA32 Cadet, Travaris RB 6-1 210 2-1-89 4 Appalachian State Miami, FL95 Carradine, Tank DT 6-4 295 2-18-90 3 Florida State Cincinnati, OH47 Cromartie, Marcus CB 6-0 195 12-3-90 2 Wisconsin Mansfield, TX43 Davis, Chris CB 5-10 201 11-4-90 2 Auburn Birmingham, AL9 Dawson, Phil K 5-11 200 1-23-75 17 Texas Dallas, TX65 Devey, Jordan OL 6-6 320 1-11-88 2 Memphis American Fork, UT92 Dial, Quinton DT 6-5 318 7-21-90 3 Alabama Clay, AL24 Draughn, Shaun RB 5-11 205 12-7-87 4 North Carolina Tarboro, NC10 Ellington, Bruce WR 5-9 197 8-22-91 2 South Carolina Moncks Corner, SC2 Gabbert, Blaine QB 6-4 235 10-15-89 5 Missouri Ballwin, MO30 Gaskins, Kendall RB 6-1 238 11-4-90 1 Richmond Woodberry Forest, VA58 Harold, Eli LB 6-3 247 1-20-94 R Virginia Virginia Beach, VA51 Hodges, Gerald LB 6-2 236 1-17-91 3 Penn State Paulsboro, NJ63 Jerod-Eddie, Tony DT 6-5 301 3-29-90 3 Texas A&M DeSoto, TX36 Johnson, Dontae CB 6-2 200 12-1-91 2 North Carolina State Pennington, NJ67 Kilgore, Daniel G/C 6-3 308 12-18-87 5 Appalachian State Kingsport, TN96 Lemonier, Corey LB 6-3 255 11-19-91 3 Auburn Hialeah, FL46 Leonhardt, Brian TE 6-5 255 4-2-90 2 Bemidji State Minneapolis, MN59 Lynch, Aaron LB 6-6 270 3-8-93 2 South Florida Cape Coral, FL66 Martin, Marcus C 6-3 321 11-29-93 2 Southern California Crenshaw, CA89 McDonald, Vance TE 6-4 267 6-13-90 3 Rice Winnie, TX49 Miller, Bruce FB 6-2 248 8-6-87 5 Central Florida Woodstock, GA86 Nelson, Kyle TE/LS 6-2 240 10-3-86 4 New Mexico State China Springs, TX11 Patton, Quinton WR 6-0 204 8-9-90 3 Louisiana Tech Lavergne, TN71 Pears, Erik G/T 6-8 316 6-25-82 10 Colorado State Denver, CO5 Pinion, Bradley P 6-5 229 6-1-94 R Clemson Concord, NC64 Purcell, Mike NT 6-3 303 4-20-91 2 Wyoming Highlands Ranch, CO27 Reaser, Keith CB 6-0 190 7-31-91 1 Florida Atlantic Miami, FL35 Reid, Eric S 6-1 213 12-10-91 3 Louisiana State Geismar, LA62 Silberman, Ian OL 6-5 306 10-10-92 R Boston College Orange Park, FL14 Simpson, Jerome WR 6-2 190 2-4-86 6 Coastal Carolina Reidsville, NC56 Skov, Shayne LB 6-3 247 7-9-90 1 Stanford Pawling, NY82 Smith, Torrey WR 6-0 205 1-26-89 5 Maryland Falmouth, VA74 Staley, Joe T 6-5 315 8-30-84 9 Central Michigan Rockford, MI29 Tartt, Jaquiski S 6-1 221 2-12-92 R Samford Mobile, AL60 Thomas, Brandon G 6-3 317 2-8-91 1 Clemson Spartanburg, SC13 Thompson, Dylan QB 6-3 218 10-25-91 R South Carolina Boiling Springs, SC61 Tiller, Andrew G 6-4 324 3-13-89 3 Syracuse Central Islip, NY25 Ward, Jimmie DB 5-11 193 7-18-91 2 Northern Illinois Mobile, AL18 White, DeAndrew WR 6-0 192 10-16-91 R Alabama Houston, TX57 Wilhoite, Michael LB 6-0 240 12-7-86 4 Washburn Topeka, KS93 Williams, Ian NT 6-1 305 8-31-89 5 Notre Dame Longwood, FL Reserve/Non-Football Injury List 15 Smelter, DeAndre WR 6-2 227 12-3-91 R Georgia Tech Macon, GA Injured Reserve List 48 Anderson, Busta TE 6-4 246 10-2-92 R South Carolina Powder Springs, GA17 Anderson, Dres WR 6-2 190 7-20-92 R Utah Riverside, CA41 Bethea, Antoine S 5-11 206 7-27-84 10 Howard Newport News, VA23 Bush, Reggie RB 6-0 205 3-2-85 10 Southern California La Mesa, CA88 Celek, Garrett TE 6-5 252 5-29-88 4 Michigan State Cincinnati, OH90 Dorsey, Glenn DL 6-1 297 8-1-85 8 Louisiana State Gonzalez, LA28 Hyde, Carlos RB 6-0 235 9-20-90 2 Ohio State Naples, FL7 Kaepernick, Colin QB 6-4 230 11-3-87 5 Nevada Turlock, CA31 McCray, L.J. S 6-0 210 6-18-91 2 Catawba Charlotte, NC Injured Reserve/Designated for Return List 22 Davis, Mike RB 5-9 217 2-19-93 R South Carolina Stone Mountain, GA Practice Squad 19 Campbell, DiAndre WR 6-2 206 12-19-91 R Washington Oakland, CA40 Childers, Jamie TE 6-4 250 6-26-88 1 Coastal Carolina Mount Pleasant, SC69 Hawkins, Donald T 6-4 305 4-22-92 2 Texas Tunica, MS38 Hayne, Jarryd RB 6-2 220 2-15-88 R No College Minto, NSW, Australia4 Bethel-Thompson, McLeod QB 6-3 236 7-3-88 3 Sacramento State San Francisco, CA68 Ramsey, Kaleb DT 6-3 285 6-20-89 2 Boston College Uniontown, PA45 Rush, Marcus LB 6-3 251 6-19-91 R Michigan State Cincinnati, OH78 Smith, Garrison NT 6-1 300 10-9-91 1 Georgia Atlanta, GA33 Whitehead, Jermaine S 5-11 193 3-12-93 R Auburn Greenwood, MS

  • 2015 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS POSITIONAL ROSTERAS OF DECEMBER 15, 2015

    NO PLAYER POS HT WT DOB EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN ACQUIRED Quarterbacks (2) 2 Gabbert, Blaine QB 6-4 235 10-15-89 5 Missouri Ballwin, MO TR in ‘14 (Jax)13 Thompson, Dylan QB 6-3 218 10-25-91 R South Carolina Boiling Springs, SC FA in ‘15 Running Backs (4) 24 Draughn, Shaun RB 5-11 205 12-7-87 4 North Carolina Tarboro, NC FA in ‘1530 Gaskins, Kendall RB 6-1 238 11-4-90 1 Richmond Woodberry Forest, VA FA in ‘1432 Cadet, Travaris RB 6-1 210 2-1-89 4 Appalachian State Miami, FL FA in ‘1549 Miller, Bruce FB 6-2 248 8-6-87 6 Central Florida Woodstock, GA D-7A in ‘11 Wide Receivers (6) 10 Ellington, Bruce WR 5-9 197 8-22-91 2 South Carolina Moncks Corner, SC D-4 in ‘1411 Patton, Quinton WR 6-0 204 8-9-90 3 Louisiana Tech Lavergne, TN D-4A in ‘1314 Simpson, Jerome WR 6-2 190 2-4-86 6 Coastal Carolina Reidsville, NC FA in ‘1518 White, DeAndrew WR 6-0 192 10-16-91 R Alabama Houston, TX FA in ‘1581 Boldin, Anquan WR 6-1 220 10-3-80 13 Florida State Pahokee, FL TR in ‘13 (Bal)82 Smith, Torrey WR 6-0 205 1-26-89 5 Maryland Falmouth, VA FA in ‘15 Tight Ends (4) 46 Leonhardt, Brian TE 6-5 255 4-2-90 2 Bemidji State Minneapolis, MN FA in ‘15 84 Bell, Blake TE 6-6 252 8-7-91 R Oklahoma Wichita, KS D-4A in ‘1586 Nelson, Kyle TE/LS 6-2 240 10-3-86 4 New Mexico State China Springs, TX FA in ‘1489 McDonald, Vance TE 6-4 267 6-13-90 3 Rice Winnie, TX D-2B in ‘13 Offensive Line (10) 60 Thomas, Brandon G 6-3 317 2-8-91 1 Clemson Spartanburg, SC D-3C in ‘1461 Tiller, Andrew G 6-4 324 3-13-89 3 Syracuse Central Islip, NY FA in ‘1462 Silberman, Ian OL 6-5 306 10-10-92 R Boston College Orange Park, FL D-6 in ‘1565 Devey, Jordan OL 6-6 320 1-11-88 2 Memphis American Fork, UT TR in ‘15 (NE)66 Martin, Marcus C 6-3 321 11-29-93 2 Southern California Crenshaw, CA D-3A in ‘1467 Kilgore, Daniel G/C 6-3 308 12-18-87 5 Appalachian State Kingsport, TN D-5 in ‘1171 Pears, Erik G/T 6-8 316 6-25-82 10 Colorado State Denver, CO FA in ‘1574 Staley, Joe T 6-5 315 8-30-84 9 Central Michigan Rockford, MI D-1B in ‘0775 Boone, Alex G/T 6-8 300 5-4-87 6 Ohio State Cleveland, OH FA in ‘0977 Brown, Trent OL 6-8 355 4-13-93 R Florida Albany, GA D-7A in ‘15 Defensive Line (7) 63 Jerod-Eddie, Tony DT 6-5 301 3-29-90 3 Texas A&M DeSoto, TX FA in ‘1264 Purcell, Mike NT 6-3 303 4-20-91 2 Wyoming Highlands Ranch, CO FA in ‘1391 Armstead, Arik DL 6-7 292 11-15-94 R Oregon Elk Grove, CA D-1 in ‘1592 Dial, Quinton DT 6-5 318 7-21-90 3 Alabama Clay, AL D-5 in ‘1393 Williams, Ian NT 6-1 305 8-31-89 5 Notre Dame Longwood, FL FA in ‘1195 Carradine, Tank DT 6-4 295 2-18-90 3 Florida State Cincinnati, OH D-2A in ‘13 Linebackers (10) 50 Bellore, Nick LB 6-1 250 5-12-89 5 Central Michigan Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin FA in ‘1551 Hodges, Gerald LB 6-2 236 1-17-91 3 Penn State Paulsboro, NJ TR in ‘15 (Min.)53 Bowman, NaVorro LB 6-0 242 5-28-88 6 Penn State Forestville, MD D-3 in ‘1054 Armstrong, Ray-Ray LB 6-3 220 3-5-91 3 Miami (FL) Sanford, FL W in ‘15 (Oak.)55 Brooks, Ahmad LB 6-3 259 3-14-84 10 Virginia Woodbridge, VA W in ‘08 (Cin.)56 Skov, Shayne LB 6-3 247 7-9-90 1 Stanford Pawling, NY FA in ‘14 57 Wilhoite, Michael LB 6-0 240 12-7-86 4 Washburn Topeka, KS FA in ‘1158 Harold, Eli LB 6-3 247 1-20-94 R Virginia Virginia Beach, VA D-3 in ‘1559 Lynch, Aaron LB 6-6 270 3-8-93 2 South Florida Cape Coral, FL D-5A in ‘1496 Lemonier, Corey LB 6-3 255 11-19-91 3 Auburn Hialeah, FL D-3 in ‘13 Defensive Backs (9) 20 Acker, Kenneth CB 6-0 195 2-6-92 2 Southern Methodist Portland, OR D-6 in ‘1425 Ward, Jimmie DB 5-11 193 7-18-91 2 Northern Illinois Racine, WI FA in ‘1426 Brock, Tramaine CB 5-10 197 8-20-88 6 Belhaven Long Beach, MS FA in ‘1027 Reaser, Keith CB 6-0 190 7-31-91 1 Florida Atlantic Miami, FL D-5B in ‘1429 Tartt, Jaquiski S 6-1 221 2-12-92 R Samford Mobile, AL D-2 in ‘1535 Reid, Eric S 6-1 213 12-10-91 3 Louisiana State Geismar, LA D-1 in ‘1336 Johnson, Dontae CB 6-2 200 12-1-91 2 North Carolina State Pennington, NJ D-4B in ‘1443 Davis, Chris CB 5-10 201 11-4-90 2 Auburn Birmingham, AL FA in ‘1547 Cromartie, Marcus CB 6-0 195 12-3-90 2 Wisconsin Mansfield, TX FA in ‘14 Specialists (3) 5 Pinion, Bradley P 6-5 229 6-1-94 R Clemson Concord, NC D-5 in ‘159 Dawson, Phil K 5-11 200 1-23-75 17 Texas Dallas, TX FA in ‘1386 Nelson, Kyle TE/LS 6-2 240 10-3-86 4 New Mexico State Norman, OK FA in ‘14 Reserve/Non-Football Injury List (1) 15 Smelter, DeAndre WR 6-2 227 12-3-91 R Georgia Tech Macon, GA D-4C in ‘15 Injured Reserve List (9) 7 Kaepernick, Colin QB 6-4 230 11-3-87 5 Nevada Turlock, CA D-2 in ‘1117 Anderson, Dres WR 6-2 190 7-20-92 R Utah Riverside, CA FA in ‘1523 Bush, Reggie RB 6-0 205 3-2-85 10 Southern California La Mesa, CA FA in ‘1528 Hyde, Carlos RB 6-0 235 9-20-90 2 Ohio State Naples, FL D-2 in ‘14 31 McCray, L.J. S 6-0 210 6-18-91 2 Catawba Charlotte, NC FA in ‘1441 Bethea, Antoine S 5-11 206 7-27-84 10 Howard Newport News, VA FA in ‘1448 Anderson, Busta TE 6-4 246 10-2-92 R South Carolina Powder Springs, GA D-7B in ‘1588 Celek, Garrett TE 6-5 252 5-29-88 4 Michigan State Cincinnati, OH FA in ‘1290 Dorsey, Glenn DL 6-1 297 8-1-85 8 Louisiana State Gonzalez, LA FA in ‘13 Injured Reserve/Designated for Return List (1) 22 Davis, Mike RB 5-9 217 2-19-93 R South Carolina Stone Mountain, GA D-4B in ‘15

  • ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE HOW THEY WERE BUILT PLAYER EXP GP/GS W/ SF YEAR PLAYER ACQ Dawson, Phil 17 260/0 45/0 2007 Joe Staley D1b Boldin, Anquan 13 183/179 43/42 2008 Ahmad Brooks W Bush, Reggie* 10 121/95 5/1 2009 Alex Boone FA Pears, Erik 10 114/99 13/13 2010 NaVorro Bowman D3 Bethea, Antoine* 10 146/146 23/23 Tramaine Brock FA Brooks, Ahmad 10 114/80 101/73 2011 Colin Kaepernick* D2 Staley, Joe 9 127/127 127/127 Daniel Kilgore D5 Dorsey, Glenn* 8 92/85 26/20 Bruce Miller D7a Boone, Alex 6 77/59 77/59 Ian Williams FA Bowman, NaVorro 6 77/62 77/62 Michael Wilhoite FA Brock, Tramaine 6 61/21 61/21 2012 Garrett Celek* FA Simpson, Jerome 6 61/37 4/1 2013 Tony Jerod-Eddie FA Smith, Torrey 5 77/71 13/9 Anquan Boldin TR Gabbert, Blaine 5 34/32 6/5 Glenn Dorsey* FA Kaepernick, Colin* 5 57/47 57/47 Phil Dawson FA Miller, Bruce 5 74/46 74/46 Eric Reid D1 Williams, Ian 5 28/22 28/22 Tank Carradine D2a Bellore, Nick 5 77/0 13/0 Vance McDonald D2b Kilgore, Daniel 5 42/7 42/7 Corey Lemonier D3 Celek, Garrett * 4 39/10 39/10 Quinton Patton D4a Nelson, Kyle 4 46/0 29/0 Quinton Dial D5 Wilhoite, Michael 4 49/30 49/30 Mike Purcell FA Draughn, Shaun 4 40/5 5/5 2014 Antoine Bethea* FA Cadet, Travaris 4 45/1 3/0 Jimmie Ward D1 Carradine, Tank 3 20/0 20/0 Carlos Hyde* D2 Dial, Quinton 3 30/19 30/19 Marcus Martin D3a Jerod-Eddie, Tony 3 45/4 45/4 Brandon Thomas D3c Lemonier, Corey 3 41/3 41/3 Bruce Ellington D4a McDonald, Vance 3 34/16 34/16 Dontae Johnson D4b Patton, Quinton 3 23/4 23/4 Aaron Lynch D5a Reid, Eric 3 44/44 44/44 Keith Reaser D5b Hodges, Gerald 3 36/11 7/1 Kenneth Acker D6 Tiller, Andrew 3 10/4 10/4 L.J. McCray* FA Armstrong, Ray-Ray 3 43/5 2/0 Kyle Nelson FA Acker, Kenneth 2 12/12 12/12 Blaine Gabbert TR Ellington, Bruce 2 23/0 23/0 Andrew Tiller FA Hyde, Carlos* 2 21/7 21/7 Kendall Gaskins FA Johnson, Dontae 2 29/4 29/4 Shayne Skov FA Lynch, Aaron 2 28/14 28/14 2015 Torrey Smith FA Martin, Marcus 2 21/21 21/21 Arik Armstead D1 McCray, L.J.* 2 22/0 22/0 Jaquiski Tartt D2 Purcell, Mike 2 7/2 7/2 Eli Harold D3 Ward, Jimmie 2 21/6 21/6 Blake Bell D4a Devey, Jordan 2 20/13 13/9 Mike Davis/ D4b Cromartie, Marcus 2 8/1 8/1 DeAndre Smelter& D4c Davis, Chris 2 14/1 2/0 Bradley Pinion D5 Leonhardt, Brian 2 13/3 1/0 Ian Silberman D6 Reaser, Keith 1 11/0 11/0 Trent Brown D7a Skov, Shayne 1 12/0 12/0 Busta Anderson* D7b Thomas, Brandon 1 0/0 0/0 Reggie Bush* FA Gaskins, Kendall 1 6/0 6/0 Nick Bellore FA Anderson, Busta* R 0/0 0/0 Jerome Simpson FA Anderson, Dres* R 0/0 0/0 Erik Pears FA Armstead, Arik R 13/0 13/0 Dres Anderson* FA Bell, Blake R 11/3 11/3 DeAndrew White FA Brown, Trent R 3/0 3/0 Jordan Devey TR Davis, Mike/ R 5/0 5/0 Gerald Hodges TR Harold, Eli R 13/1 13/1 Shaun Draughn FA Pinion, Bradley R 13/0 13/0 Marcus Cromartie FA Silberman, Ian R 1/0 1/0 Chris Davis FA Smelter, DeAndre& R 0/0 0/0 Travaris Cadet FA Tartt, Jaquiski R 13/6 13/6 Dylan Thompson FA White, DeAndrew R 4/0 4/0 Ray-Ray Armstrong W Thompson, Dylan R 0/0 0/0 Brian Leonhardt FA

    *Injured Reserve List #Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform List &Reserve/Non-Football Injury List /Injured Reserve/Designated to Return List

    2015 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS ROSTER BREAKDOWN

  • 2015 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS PARTICIPATION CHART MIN at PIT at ARZ GB at NYG BAL SEA at STL ATL at SEA ARZ at CHI at CLE CIN at DET STL PLAYER 9-14 9-20 9-27 10-4 10-11 10-18 10-22 11-1 11-8 11-22 11-29 12-6 12-13 12-20 12-27 1-3 GP GS DNP IA Acker, Kenneth RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB IA RCB RCB RCB RCB 12 12 0 1Anderson, Busta* IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 0 0 0 0Anderson, Dres* IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 0 0 0 0Armstead, Arik P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13 0 0 0Armstrong, Ray-Ray NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR IA P P 2 0 0 1Bell, Blake P P P P TE P IA IA P P P TE TE 11 3 0 2Bellore, Nick P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13 0 0 0Bethea, Antoine* SS SS SS SS SS SS SS IR IR IR IR IR IR 7 7 0 0Bethel-Thompson, M. NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR PS PS PS 0 0 0 0Boldin, Anquan WR WR WR WR WR WR P IA IA WR WR WR WR 11 10 0 2Boone, Alex LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG 13 13 0 0Bowman, NaVorro ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB 13 13 0 0Brock, Tramaine LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB IA LCB LCB LCB LCB 12 12 0 1Brooks, Ahmad OLB OLB OLB OLB IA OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB IA OLB OLB 11 11 0 2Brown, Trent P DNP P DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP P DNP DNP DNP DNP 3 0 10 0Bush, Reggie* P IA IA P P IA P RB IR IR IR IR IR 5 1 0 3Cadet, Travaris NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR P DNP P P 3 0 1 0Campbell, DiAndre PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0 0 0 0Carradine, Tank P P P P P P P P DNP IA P P P 11 0 1 1Celek, Garrett * TE TE P TE TE TE TE TE P TE P IA IR 11 8 0 1Childers, Jamie NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR PS PS 0 0 0 0Cromartie, Marcus PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS RCB P P P P 5 1 0 0Davis, Chris NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR P P IA IA IA 2 0 0 3Davis, Mike/ IA P P IA IA P P P IR/DFR IR/DFR IR/DFR IR/DFR IR/DFR 5 0 0 3Davis, Vernon TE TE TE IA IA P TE TE NR NR NR NR NR 6 5 0 2Dawson, Phil P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13 0 0 0Devey, Jordan RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG P P P P 13 9 0 0Dial, Quinton RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT 13 13 0 0Dorsey, Glenn* LDT LDT LDT P LDT LDT LDT P P LDT IR IR IR 10 7 0 0Draughn, Shaun NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR RB RB RB RB RB 5 5 0 0Easton, Nick IA IA DNP DNP NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 0 0 2 2Ellington, Bruce P IA IA P P IA P P P P P P P 10 0 0 3Folkerts, Brian NR NR NR NR NR PS PS PS PS NR NR NR NR 0 0 0 0Gabbert, Blaine DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP QB QB QB QB QB 5 5 8 0Gaskins, Kendall PS PS PS PS PS PS PS P P P P P P 6 0 0 0Harold, Eli P P P P P P P P P P OLB P P 13 1 0 0Hawkinson, Tanner PS PS PS PS PS NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 0 0 0 0Hayne, Jarryd P P P P P P IA NR PS PS PS PS PS 6 0 0 1Hodges, Gerald NR NR NR NR IA IA P P P P P P ILB 7 1 0 2Hunter, Kendall IR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 0 0 0 0Hyde, Carlos* RB RB RB RB RB RB RB IA IA IA IA IA IR 7 7 0 5Jerod-Eddie, Tony P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13 0 0 0Johnson, Dontae P P P P P P P P LCB P P P P 13 1 0 0Kaepernick, Colin* QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB P IR IR IR IR 9 8 0 0Kilgore, Daniel PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP P P 2 0 0 0Lemonier, Corey IA IA P P OLB IA IA P P P P P OLB 9 2 0 4Leonhardt, Brian NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR PS PS PS P 1 0 0 0Lynch, Aaron P OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB IA 12 11 0 1Martin, Marcus C C C C C C C C C C C C C 13 13 0 0McCray, L.J.* P P P P P P P P IR IR IR IR IR 8 0 0 0McDonald, Vance TE TE IA P TE P P TE TE TE TE TE IA 11 8 0 2Miller, Bruce P P FB FB P FB P P P FB P P P 13 4 0 0Nelson, Kyle P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13 0 0 0Patton, Quinton P P P P P P WR P WR P WR P WR 13 4 0 0Pears, Erik RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT 13 13 0 0Pinion, Bradley P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13 0 0 0Purcell, Mike IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA P P RDT RDT P 5 2 0 8Ramsey, Kaleb PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS SUS SUS SUS PS PS 0 0 0 0Reaser, Keith P P P P P P P P IA IA P P P 11 0 0 2Reid, Eric FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS 13 13 0 0Rush, Marcus PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0 0 0 0Silberman, Ian P DNP IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA 1 0 1 11Simpson, Jerome SUS SUS SUS SUS SUS SUS EXP P WR IA P IA P 4 1 0 2Skov, Shayne P P P P P P P P P P P NR P 12 0 0 0Smelter, DeAndre& NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI NFI 0 0 0 0Smith, Garrison PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0 0 0 0Smith, Torrey P P WR WR P WR WR WR WR P WR WR WR 13 9 0 0Snyder, Kevin PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS NR NR 0 0 0 0Staley, Joe LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT 13 13 0 0Tartt, Jaquiski P P P P P P P SS SS SS SS SS SS 13 6 0 0Thomas, Brandon IA IA IA IA DNP IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA 0 0 1 12Thomas, Pierre NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR P NR NR NR NR 1 0 0 0Thompson, Dylan PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS DNP DNP DNP DNP 0 0 4 0Tiller, Andrew PS PS PS PS P P P P P RG RG RG RG 9 4 0 0Turzilli, Andrew NR NR NR NR NR PS PS PS PS NR NR NR NR 0 0 0 0Ward, Jimmie NB P P NB P P P NB NB P P P NB 13 5 0 0White, DeAndrew IA P P IA IA P IA IA P IA IA IA IA 4 0 0 9Whitehead, Jermaine PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0 0 0 0Wilhoite, Michael ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB IA 12 12 0 1Williams, Ian NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT NT 13 13 0 0Wright, Shareece IA IA IA IA NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 0 0 0 4

    Position = Starter, P = Played, DNP = Did Not Play, IA = Inactive, IR = Injured Reserve, IR/DFR = Injured Reserve/Designated For Return, PUP = Physically Unable to Perform, NR = Not on Roster, PS = Practice Squad, NFI = Non-Football Injury, SUS = Suspended, EXP = Roster Exemption, BYE – Week 10

  • 2015 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS

    Opp WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR FB RB QB OtherMin Boldin Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears V. Davis Hyde Kaepernick Celek, McDonald (TE)at Pit Boldin Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears V. Davis Hyde Kaepernick Celek, McDonald (TE)at Arz Boldin Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears V. Davis T. Smith Miller Hyde KaepernickGB Boldin Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears Celek T. Smith Miller Hyde Kaepernickat NYG Boldin Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears McDonald Hyde Kaepernick Celek & Bell (TE)Bal Boldin Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears Celek T. Smith Miller Hyde KaepernickSea Patton Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears Celek T. Smith Hyde Kaepernick V. Davis (TE)at StL Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears V. Davis T. Smith Hyde Kaepernick Celek, McDonald (TE)Atl Simpson Staley Boone Martin Devey Pears McDonald T. Smith Draughn Gabbert Patton (WR)at Sea Boldin Staley Boone Martin Tiller Pears McDonald Miller Draughn Gabbert Celek (TE)Arz Boldin Staley Boone Martin Tiller Pears McDonald T. Smith Draughn Gabbert Patton (WR)at Chi Boldin Staley Boone Martin Tiller Pears McDonald T. Smith Draughn Gabbert Bell (TE)at Cle Cinat DetStL

    Opp LDT NT RDT OLB ILB ILB OLB LCB RCB SS FS OtherMin Dorsey Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Brock Acker Bethea Reid Ward (NB)at Pit Dorsey Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Bethea Reidat Arz Dorsey Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Bethea ReidGB Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Bethea Reid Ward (NB)at NYG Dorsey Williams Dial Lemonier Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Bethea ReidBal Dorsey Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Bethea ReidSea Dorsey Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Bethea Reidat StL Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Tartt Reid Ward (NB)Atl Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch D. Johnson Cromartie Tartt Reid Ward (NB)at Sea Dorsey Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Tartt ReidArz Dial Williams Purcell Harold Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Tartt Reidat Chi Purcell Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Wilhoite Lynch Brock Acker Tartt Reidat Cle Williams Dial Brooks Bowman Hodges Lemonier Brock Acker Tartt Reid Ward (NB)Cinat DetStL

    Opp Min White/M. Davis/Wright/Thomas/Purcell/Easton/Lemonierat Pit Ellington/Bush/Wright/Thomas/Purcell/Easton/Lemonierat Arz Ellington/Bush/Wright/Thomas/Silberman/Purcell/V. McDonaldGB White/M. Davis/Wright/Thomas/Silberman/Purcell/V. Davisat NYG White/Davis/Hodges/Brooks/Silberman/Purcell/V. DavisBal Ellington/Bush/Hodges/Thomas/Silberman/Purcell/LemonierSea White/Hayne/Thomas/Silberman/Purcell/Bell/Lemonier at StL White/Hyde/Thomas/Silberman/Purcell/Boldin/BellAtl Acker/Brock/Reaser/Hyde/Thomas/Silberman/Boldinat Sea Simpson/White/Reaser/Hyde/Thomas/Silberman/CarradineArz White/Hyde/C. Davis/Armstrong/Brooks/Thomas/Silbermanat Chi Simpson/White/Hyde/Davis/Thomas/Sil