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San Francisco 49ers links for Friday December 9, 2016

The 49ers released Ian Williams with injury settlement on October 27th. If the length of the injury settlement is three weeks and the mandatory league waiting time is three weeks then the earliest he could return to the roster would be six week. That just happens to be today. Imagine that!

Will he be back? I don’t know but I certainly won’t be surprised if he is. It would give the 49ers three weeks to take a good look at him and see if he might still be a part of their future or whether they should move on. He was one of our best players in 2015 and I am personally really pulling for him to be able to return. Show us what you are made of Ian.

Even if Williams is able to return, I am still hoping the 49ers will try to sign Bennie Logan in free agency this offseason. Logan was one of the best nose tackles in the league under Chip before he was fired and the Eagles went back to the 43 defense. Logan would be a good low cost insurance plan.

Now onto the links:

Hindsight machine reflects kindly on 49ers' decision on Muhammad Wilkerson Chris Biderman

How Two Service Trips Changed the Life of 49ers TE Vance McDonald Joe Fann

Chip Kelly's performance with 49ers — fair or foul? Grant Cohn

On the 49ers: Factory of Sadness, West Coast office Matt Barrows

Joe Staley's hamstring injury could shake up 49ers line Cam Inman

Why Chip Kelly's bearish on promotion of 49ers preseason MVP Marcus Rush Chris Biderman

49ers notes: No talk about promoting Marcus Rush … yet Matt Barrows

Chip Kelly on support from Yorks: 'They were godsends' Eric Branch

49ers need to man up, beat Jets, gain positive momentum for Chip Kelly Kevin Jones

Weight a minute: Kelly says Lynch reported to camp in good shape Eric Branch

Chip Kelly on Aaron Lynch's weight: "Maybe he's not good at math" Site Staff

49ers Jimmie Ward to push back against Brandon Marshall in rematch Cam Inman

Jimmie Ward Seeks Redemption in Upcoming Matchup against Brandon Marshall Joe Fann