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49ers depth chart vs. Giants: Get out your markers

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Injuries will bring more changes.

The San Francisco 49ers released their unofficial depth chart for Week 10, and once again, there are plenty of changes completed and still to come. The depth chart is put together by the team’s football communications staff. It can include some coaches’ input, but it’s more of a PR devise.

Aldrick Robinson is in as the starting wide receiver with Pierre Garçon now on injured reserve. There are no other changes to the starting lineup on this one, but we know there will be maneuvering. With Joe Staley out and Garry Gilliam headed to injured reserve, Trent Brown and Erik Magnuson will continue their work as the starting left and right tackles, respectively.

George Kittle is not expected to play on Sunday, leaving Garrett Celek and Logan Paulsen as the only two healthy tight ends. With question marks also surrounding Kyle Juszczyk’s availability, we could see the team sign another tight end.

On the defensive side of the ball, Solomon Thomas is out and D.J. Jones is questionable heading into the team’s first practice of the week. We’ll see plenty more Ronald Blair and Tony McDaniel. Additionally, Dontae Johnson and K’Waun Williams are question marks, which means we could see some changes in the cornerback depth chart.

Here’s your full Week 10 depth chart.