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A look at the 49ers offensive line depth chart in practice

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The 49ers are rotating players around, but we have a decent idea of who is where in the pecking order.

The San Francisco 49ers’ first preseason game is three days away, and with it we’ll start to get a handle on what the depth chart reaaaally looks like. The 49ers released an unofficial depth chart on Monday. It provides some interesting information, but it is assembled by the communications department, not the coaching staff.

On Monday, Matt Barrows put together some Instagram video of the offensive line running through drills with the tackling sled, showing us three versions of the line. I’ve embedded it below, but in the meantime, here are the three lines he saw. There were only four players taking part in the third team drills, and I believe that is because Tim Barnes would handle the center role. Andrew Lauderdale was the only lineman who did not appear to take part in the drill.

This is not during team drills, but rather just positional unit drills. Plenty can and will change, but it is an interesting jumping off point.

1st team

LT: Joe Staley
LG: Zane Beadles
C: Daniel Kilgore
RG: Brandon Fusco
RT: Trenton Brown

2nd team

LT: John Theus
LG: Tim Barnes
C: Jeremy Zuttah
RG: Norman Price
RT: Garry Gilliam

3rd team

LT: Darrell Williams
LG: John Flynn
C: No participant
RG: Erik Magnuson
RT: Richard Levy

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