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Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Sunday, October 9, 2022

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Ward to make season debut vs. Panthers in series of roster moves

“Safety Jimmie Ward is ready to make his season debut Sunday when the 49ers face the Carolina Panthers.”

Barrows: 49ers’ message to Spencer Burford and fellow rookies — don’t get comfy (paywall)

“I played OK, I played decent. But I know my capabilities, I know the potential of what I can be. Once I get the little things down and I’m able to focus on the bigger picture, then it will take my whole game to another level.”

Branch: All grown up, 49ers’ Emmanuel Moseley returns home (paywall)

“Before Moseley ran a blistering 40-yard dash (4.42 seconds) before the 2018 draft, he was a dual-threat quarterback and cornerback at Dudley High School who accounted for 2,813 yards and 47 touchdowns as a senior....In his final game at Dudley, he led the Panthers to a 24-7 win over Scotland in the Class 4A state championship game at North Carolina State to cap a 15-0 season. In the final game of his prep career, he was named the Defensive MVP of the Shrine Bowl, an all-star game pitting the top players from North Carolina and South Carolina that included 49ers’ All-Pro wide receiver Deebo Samuel.”