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SANTA CLARA -- Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said his defensive staff will be ready for just about anything Sunday from the 49ers.
The 49ers offered very few clues during the exhibition season how they plan to utilize what should be an improved group of wide receivers behind Anquan Boldin and Michael Crabtree.
Stevie Johnson is the presumptive No. 3 receiver, but the 49ers did not tip their hand on how they plan to use him in the regular season.
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“We just have to do our best to try to sort out what we think they’re going to do and then adjust once the game starts,” Garrett said Wednesday in a conference call with reporters who cover the 49ers.
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“And that’s no different for any team when you’re playing the opening game. Rarely do teams show a whole lot in the preseason. So you have to figure out how they’re going to integrate their new personnel and what changes they’re going to make because, obviously, we’re not at their practices and seeing what they do to put their team together. That’s a challenge we all have in Week 1 and the early part of the season as team start to figure out what their identities are.”