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Golden Nuggets: 49ers could use all the offensive line help they can get

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Friday, June 17th, 2016 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the Internet.

Good morning everyone. Hopefully you’re not a fan of the Golden State Warriors, because they came out and sort of stunk up the joint in a losing effort to the Cleveland Referees Cavaliers. If you are a fan of the Warriors, here’s to hoping they can actually get things done in Game 7 and bring another championship to the Bay Area.

As far as the San Francisco 49ers go, not a whole lot to talk about other than some reported interest in offensive tackle Eugene Monroe. I don’t know how I feel about that, because part of me wonders whether or not Monroe will command more than he’s worth, as a player with an uncertain future who hasn’t lived up to his draft billing.

Then again, the 49ers need all the help they can get on the offensive line, right? Nobody has any idea what Anthony Davis is doing. Is he going to unretire? My guess at this point, without having any inside sources in this particular camp, is hell no. But that might just be me being pessimistic.

Onto your links!

Report: 49ers interested in free agent tackle Monroe (Biderman)

Jarryd Hayne’s only NFL regret is that he didn’t leave rugby league sooner (Sydney Morning Herald)

Hayne: Kelly’s playbook would’ve taken too much time to master (Maiocco)

Versatile Driskel Making a Bid for 49ers’ Active Roster (NBC Bay Area)

Finding a way to get Tartt on the field (Biderman)

Hot from 49ers minicamp -- who’s up, down, on the way out? (Cohn)

Gabbert: Former Canadian Wide Receiver Eric Rogers is a “Matchup Nightmare” (NBC Bay Area)

49ers rookie QB Jeff Driskel pulling double duty on special teams (Barrows)

By the Numbers: San Francisco 49ers (NFL)

49ers Rookies Get to Know San Francisco with a Tour of Downtown (49ers)

Dontae Johnson Builds Inspiring Friendship with Injured Bay Area Youth Football Player (49ers)