OTAs are starting around the NFL, which means it's time to take a look at how the San Francisco 49ers' depth chart currently stands. The 49ers aren't done making moves, they could still sign a player or two and their are roster cuts before the season, but this is a projection of how the depth chart currently looks.
Not every player on the roster will be listed, since there's no real need to include UDFAs who won't make the team. Instead, think of this as an expanded two-deep depth chart. And, with fall camp yet to begin, much can and probably will change. With that in mind, here's the current 49ers' depth chart projection to make the 53 man roster.:
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If Garoppolo is healthy, the 49ers may decide to keep only one backup quarterback because they are confident enough in Beathard.
McKinnon has huge upside to breakout this season for the 49ers after they signed him to a 4-year deal worth $30 million.
Goodwin emerged last season as a go-to option for Jimmy G. Pierre Garcon went down with a season-ending injury last season and hopefully can stay healthy for all 16 games.
Kittle was productive as a rookie and since they didn't add a tight end this offseason, that suggests they like the current state of the position.
Joe Staley (LT)
Laken Tomlinson (LG)
Weston Richburg (C)
Joshua Garnett (RG)
Mike McGlinchey (RT)
The 49ers upgraded their line this offseason in free agency and the draft, which is good news for Jimmy G. The 49ers have invested a lot in their offseason this offseason and it would be foolish to not try and upgrade the offensive line.
DeForest Buckner (DT)
Solomon Thomas (RDE)
Arik Armstead (LDE)
Earl Mitchell (NT)
The 49ers have a ton of upside on their defensive line ready to breakout in 2018.
Reuben Foster (MIKE)
Eli Harold (SAM)
Malcolm Smith (WILL)
If the 49ers get Reuben Foster for a full 16 games this upcoming season, it will greatly improve the 49ers' run defense that struggled last season.
Richard Sherman (LCB)
Ahkello Witherspoon (RCB)
Jaquiski Tartt (SS)
Jimmie Ward (FS)
The big move this offseason for the 49ers was signing Richard Sherman. If Sherman can prove he is still an elite corner this will be a great move for the 49ers.
Robbie Gould (K)
Bradley Pinion (P)
Kyle Nelson (LS)