The San Francisco 49ers released their latest unofficial depth chart on Tuesday, which is particularly notable given the pair of trades made by the team. Jimmy Garoppolo has been added at quarterback and Rashard Robinson has been subtracted at cornerback.
Interestingly, Garoppolo is listed on the depth chart as the primary backup to C.J. Beathard, which makes sense given the fact that he has a lot to catch up on and also the fact that the offensive line is riddled with injuries.
The starting cornerbacks are now Dontae Johnson and Ahkello Witherspoon, with K’Waun Williams as the nickel back and Leon Hall as the primary backup at all three spots.
It also seems like Eric Reid the linebacker was short-lived, as he’s listed as the starting strong safety. Jaquiski Tartt continues to be listed as the backup strong safety, while Adrian Colbert is listed as the primary backup to Jimmie Ward at free safety.
Ward, of course, is on injured reserve, which would imply that Colbert is the starter at free safety, but I imagine Tartt will actually get the start there. Colbert could be the first defensive back on the field when they go into dime formations given he played fairly well in his last outing.
They also list defensive end Leger Douzable as a starter, with Elvis Dumervil behind him and Aaron Lynch third. Eli Harold and Ray-Ray Armstrong are the SAM and WILL linebackers, while Reuben Foster is at MIKE.
Depth chart already updated with the new QB. #49ers pic.twitter.com/2nEUcIZ3rx— Niners Nation (@NinersNation) October 31, 2017