The second day of free agency was mostly quiet for the 49ers, but there are four aspects of Day 3 that Matt Maiocco wants you to know about before news breaks.
Offensive lineman Adam Snyder, who started 69 games in seven seasons at four different positions with the 49ers, is now with an NFC West rival.
The wideouts keep coming. The 49ers have a Thursday meeting scheduled with Super Bowl standout Mario Manningham.
Sure it's early, but if the 2012 season were to start today, here's how the 49ers' starting lineup with look. Guess who's under center?
Three-time Pro Bowl offensive guard Leonard Davis has a meeting scheduled with the 49ers Wednesday, his only planned visit.
Adam Snyder's name was conspicuously absent from Day 1 of free agency, but early in Day 2, he's booked a meeting with division-rival Arizona.
Five-year veteran Ted Ginn, an unrestricted free agent, will visit with the Lions, who already have plans for the return specialist.
Matt Maiocco says the biggest surprise of the first day of free agency is that Alex Smith is still unsigned; plus, Costanzo & Morgan go, Rogers & Gooden to stay and Cox signs.
The 49ers passed on trading for Brandon Lloyd last season when the club had a need at the receiver position. But they're reportedly entertaining thoughts about him now.
It was an exciting -- and busy -- opening to free agency Tuesday. As the dust settles, Insider Matt Maiocco takes stock of the 49ers' personnel decisions.More: Rogers expected back Costanzo to Bears Morgan to Redskins
The 49ers have been actively seeking a cornerback, but that search could end soon as Carlos Rogers is expected to return with a hefty raise.
Randy Moss is coming in, and Joshua Morgan is going out. The Redskins guaranteed Morgan 7.5 million, while Moss will cost the 49ers under 2M.
Blake Costanzo, a popular player in the 49ers locker room and special teams standout 2011, will not return to the team next season.
The 49ers are in the market for a cornerback, and San Francisco native Eric Wright is on the short list.
Wide receiver Joshua Morgan is reportedly close to agreeing to terms with the Washington Redskins within the first hour of free agency, according to multiple reports.