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Sunday, October 15th, 2017 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the Internet.

NFL: Washington Redskins at Kansas City Chiefs Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Today, the San Francisco 49ers will try, once again, for their first win of the season. They will be without linebacker NaVorro Bowman, a fixture of the franchise who was released due to his declining play and displeasure with his role. I’m sure it won’t be long until Bowman finds somewhere else to play, and it’s going to suck seeing him in another jersey.

But for now, the players that are still around will take on Washington in what should be an interesting game given the connection to Kirk Cousins. I haven’t seen much from Cousins to think that he gives the 49ers a chance at being competitive with the current supporting cast so I’m not sure what all the fuss is about, but a lot of people like him and the 49ers are apparently in that group.

As for expectations ... I don’t see the 49ers winning today, sorry. I imagine they will be 0-6, talking about how close they could have been to 4-2, or even 5-1. Lather, rinse repeat. Let’s get on to your links for the day.

How will 49ers use Reuben Foster, Carlos Hyde on road against Washington? (Barrows)

49ers’ youth movement unlikely to slow down (Branch)

Report: The 49ers are shopping Carlos Hyde (Cohn)

49ers Promote TE Hikutini to Active Roster (49ers)

49ers mailbag: What triggered Bowman exit? (Inman)

49ers’ chances vs. Washignton slim, but there are ways to win (Cohn)

How 49ers’ NaVorro Bowman went from indispensable to expendable (Barrows)

Report: NaVorro Bowman not expected to be free agent for long (Biderman)

Salary cap implications of 49ers releasing NaVorro Bowman (Maiocco)

What NaVorro Bowman’s release says about state of 49ers (Biderman)

Analysis: Bowman’s exit sends 49ers on another star search (Inman)

Tomsula, Vernon, Manusky? San Francisco to face former version of itself Sunday (Barrows)