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49ers unofficial depth chart adds Sheldon Day, no big changes for Seahawks game

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The 49ers have released their unofficial depth chart leading up to Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.

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The San Francisco 49ers released their unofficial depth chart for Sunday’s Week 12 game against the Seattle Seahawks, and there aren’t any surprises. The most notable chance has Tony McDaniel removed following his release, and Sheldon Day taking his spot at right defensive tackle behind DeForest Buckner.

Day was recently claimed off waivers from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The 49ers haven’t moved Solomon Thomas from starting at right defensive end, which means they expect him back sooner rather than later, so hopefully he’s good to go after missing two consecutive games with an MCL injury.

Then again, it will be more interesting to see what happens with Tank Carradine. He’s still on injured reserve, but has resumed practicing, and can be activated to the roster for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks. So he’s not on this depth chart, but prior to his injury, he was a starter ahead of Thomas.

Will Carradine take over a good portion of Thomas’ snaps? This is the biggest question of the week, for me, outside of the Jimmy Garoppolo question.

Speaking of Garoppolo, he’s obviously listed as the backup to C.J. Beathard. It’s possible Garoppolo plays and starts against the Seahawks, but that’s not information the 49ers are going to reveal in a weekly depth chart release. Either way, here is said depth chart below.