49ers play time: Moss & Walker thrust into action

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49ers play time: Moss & Walker thrust into action

Here's a look at the playing for the 49ers from their 42-13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night:

Offensive play time
Includes plays nullified by penalties
57 (100 percent) -- LT Joe Staley, RG Alex Boone, RT Anthony Davis, C Jonathan Goodwin, LG Mike Iupati, QB Colin Kaepernick
50 (88%) -- WR Michael Crabtree
44 (77%) -- TE Delanie Walker
42 (74%) -- WR Randy Moss
40 (70%) -- RB Frank Gore
29 (51%) -- TE Garrett Celek
24 (51%) -- WR Mario Manningham
20 (35%) -- FB Bruce Miller
17 (30%) -- TE Vernon Davis
14 (25%) -- RB LaMichael James
4 (7%) -- RB Anthony Dixon
1 (2%) -- OL Daniel Kilgore

Defensive play time
Includes plays nullified by penalties
62 (95%) -- CB Carlos Rogers
61 (94%) -- FS Dashon Goldson, OLB Ahmad Brooks, OLB Aldon Smith, SS Donte Whitner
60 (92%) -- LB Patrick Willis, DT Ricky Jean Francois
58 (89%) -- CB Tarell Brown, LB NaVorro Bowman
55 (85%) -- DT Ray McDonald
43 (88%) -- NT Isaac Sopoaga
23 (35%) -- CB Chris Culliver
12 (88%) -- NT Ian Williams
11 (17%) -- CB Perrish Cox
6 (9%) -- CB Tramaine Brock
4 (6%) -- DT Will Tukuafu, OLB Cam Johnson
3 (5%) -- FS Darcel McBath, SS C.J. Spillman, LB Michael Wilhoite, LB Larry Grant, OLB Eric Bakhtiari

Special teams
18 (72%) -- Darcel McBath
15 (60%) -- Bruce Miller, Anthony Dixon, C.J. Spillman, Michael Wilhoite, Larry Grant, Tavares Gooden
14 (56%) -- Tramaine Brock
11 (44%) -- Delanie Walker, Garrett Celek
9 (36%) -- Dashon Goldson, Will Tukuafu, David Akers
7 (28%) -- LaMichael James, Andy Lee, Brian Jennings
6 (24%) -- Daniel Kilgore, Ahmad Brooks, Aldon Smith, Patrick Willis, Ricky Jean Francois, Tarell Brown, Ray McDonald, Isaac Sopoaga
4 (16%) -- Jonathan Goodwin, Joe Staley, Alex Boone, Anthony Davis, Mike Iupati, Leonard Davis
3 (12%) -- NaVorro Bowman, Chris Culliver
2 (8%) -- Ian Williams, Perrish Cox
1 (4%) -- Eric Bakhtiari

49ers assistant GM Gamble leaving organization

49ers assistant GM Gamble leaving organization

The San Francisco 49ers Wednesday announced that Tom Gamble is leaving the organization. 

“The 49ers organization has tremendous respect and appreciation for Tom Gamble and his many years of service,” said General Manager John Lynch. “He is a class act who has helped a great deal in this transition, and I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know him. After working together over the last month, Tom and I agreed that it would be in both of our best interests for him to pursue other opportunities. Tom is a true professional and we wish him and his family great success in the future.”
 
“I must thank Jed, the York family and the entire 49ers organization for the wonderful memories they provided me and my family, but it is time I move on,” said Gamble. “This past month, I have had the pleasure of working alongside John Lynch and the talented staff he has assembled. The team is in capable hands and I wish them nothing but the best.”

Gamble, who recently completed his 29th NFL season and 10th with the 49ers, returned to the team in January of 2015 as the senior personnel executive and was later named assistant general manager on July 25, 2016. He spent the 2013-14 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles as vice president of player personnel. Gamble originally joined the 49ers in 2005 and spanned eight seasons with San Francisco including two as the director of player personnel (2011-12). He oversaw both the college and pro personnel efforts of the 49ers. As the 49ers director of pro personnel from 2005-10, Gamble monitored every NFL roster with an emphasis on scouting talent of upcoming pro free agents, while also maintaining continuous depth of personnel on the team’s roster.

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Lynch, Shanahan hold 'positive' discussion with Kaepernick

Lynch, Shanahan hold 'positive' discussion with Kaepernick

General manager John Lynch confirmed during a radio interview that he and 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan met with quarterback Colin Kaepernick at his office Wednesday morning at the team headquarters in Santa Clara.

“I would characterize it as just a really positive discussion,” Lynch said during an appearance on KNBR, confirming a CSNBayArea.com report the sides met for the first time since Lynch and Shanahan were hired in their new roles.

Lynch said he and Shanahan have committed to being completely honest with Kaepernick, who can opt out of his contract to become an unrestricted free agent as early as next week.

Lynch did not divulge the topics of conversation. He said a commitment was also made to Kaepernick to not speak publicly about the specifics of their conversations.

“I do think that there are some things that are sacred,” Lynch said. “We did have a great discussion and I think Colin left excited and we left excited.

“And I think as Kyle and I believe, the evaluation process is still very much fluid. We’ve only been on the job a couple of weeks and I can tell you we both very much enjoyed being around Colin, and he seems like he’s in a real good place.”