The San Francisco 49ers have launched their first unofficial depth chart of the preseason, heading into Thursday night time’s recreation towards the Dallas Cowboys (10 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. PT). The depth chart is compiled by 49ers communications and shouldn’t be considered as a 100 p.c correct illustration of how the coaches will line up the gamers on Thursday night time.
There aren’t many surprises to be discovered inside this time round. The starters are listed as anticipated, and whereas the backups aren’t all the time within the order that has been assumed, there is not something too out of the odd there both.
The first-teamers on offense embody Jimmy Garoppolo at quarterback, Jerick McKinnon at operating again, Kyle Juszczyk at fullback, Pierre Garcon and Marquise Goodwin at extensive receiver; Garrett Celek at tight finish; and an offensive line of Joe Staley, Laken Tomlinson, Weston Richburg, Joshua Garnett, and Mike McGlinchey.
On protection, the first-team line consists of Solomon Thomas, Earl Mitchell, DeForest Buckner, and Arik Armstead. Reuben Foster, Eli Harold and Malcolm Smith make up the first-team trio at linebacker, whereas the secondary consists of Richard Sherman and Ahkello Witherspoon at cornerback and Adrian Colbert and Jaquiski Tartt at security.
Read on for a have a look at how the remainder of the depth chart stacks up.