Matt Maiocco

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The 49ers addressed the third phase of their team on Day 3 of the 2015 NFL Draft, selecting Clemson punter Bradley Pinion in Round 5...
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The 49ers used one of their fourth-round picks to select tight end Blake Bell, who is excited to get to work and improve in the weight room...
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In the fourth round, the 49ers made their third consecutive offensive selection, taking Georgia Tech wideout DeAndre Smelter...
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The 49ers selected South Carolina running back Mike Davis at No. 126 overall, making it their second consecutive offensive pick.
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The 49ers drafted three defensive players going into Day 3, and with their first pick on the final day of the draft, San Francisco selected TE Blake Bell.
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On the second day of the NFL Draft, the 49ers stayed on the defensive side of the ball, but not with positions that seemed to have a heavy need...
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Eli Harold has endured tragedy and disappointment, but the 49ers' newest rush linebacker will only channel it in order to make him a better player.
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With the No. 79 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the 49ers select Virginia edge rusher Eli Harold...
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Understanding the safety depth on the 49ers, even Jaquiski Tartt was surprised when he heard his name called by San Francisco on Day 2.
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The 49ers addressed the secondary with the No. 46 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, selecting Samford safety Jaquiski Tartt...
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Arik Armstead had no character concerns on or off the field, which gave him a 'too nice' label. According to him, there's a mean streak inside him.
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Arik Armstead didn't register many sacks his final year in college. Neither did Richard Seymour, who ultimately had a fantastic NFL career...
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The 49ers added a defensive lineman in the first round of the NFL Draft. With positions to address, Insider Matt Maiocco details the Day 2 options.
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Jim Tomsula believes the 49ers defensive line is the deepest its ever been in eight years, so Arik Armstead won't be rushed into playing.
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The 49ers' 2015 first-round pick does not have a great deal of production to point to, but his skill set may be ideal for San Francisco's defense.

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