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Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for August 31st, 2023

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San Francisco won’t trade Nick Bosa amid contract holdout, John Lynch says: Why it’s not a surprise (paywall)

“Trade Bosa? That might be a consideration if the relationship between player and team has fallen apart, but that’s not the case in this situation, despite the fact that the two sides have been slow — very slow — on reaching an agreement. Lynch said there’s been no progress but that there’s been frequent communication.”

John Lynch not sweating 49ers’ nickel situation; team still seeking a kicker (paywall)

“Shanahan said another receiver, Ray-Ray McCloud III (wrist), has an outside shot at facing the Steelers, his former team. If he can’t play, rookie Ronnie Bell likely will handle punt returns.”

Steve Wyche believes 49ers get Nick Bosa deal done before Week 1

“That’s why I think this gets done,” Wyche said Wednesday on KNBR. “... I just don’t see this getting to a point where it doesn’t get done. I could see this getting done before Week 1. Does that mean Nick Bosa is on a pitch count? Sure. But to me, this does not drag into the season.”

Kyle Shanahan, John Lynch talk 49ers’ 53-man roster

“San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch spoke with reporters on Wednesday, the day after the team cut its roster down to 53 players. Here is everything they had to say.”

49ers set 2023 practice squad, lose three players to waiver claims

“San Francisco lost three players who didn’t make the 53-man roster to waiver claims, with the Carolina Panthers grabbing defensive back D’Shawn Jamison — a promising rookie who started out strong in camp but ultimately fizzled out, Shanahan said.”

49ers roster moves: 2 DL re-signed after DE Robert Beal, WR Danny Gray placed on IR

“They placed wide receiver Danny Gray and rookie defensive end Robert Beal on injured reserve, and filled their vacant roster spots with defensive linemen Austin Bryant and Kerry Hyder.”

AROUND THE NFL: 45 years on NFL sidelines with the league’s most underrated offensive mind (paywall)

“Moore was a young wide receivers coach in Pittsburgh when Swann walked into his office one morning and shut the door.

“John and I are good receivers,” Swann said of him and Stallworth. “We know how to catch, we’re gonna play a long time and make a lot of money. We need you to teach us what we don’t know.”

“Well, what don’t you know?” Moore asked.

“How to recognize and beat coverages.”

Moore drilled the pair on different defensive schemes, then showed them the routes that would beat each. The secrets came in the subtleties, Moore stressed, like how a cornerback’s feet were lined up before the snap. For the two receivers, the best years of their Hall of Fame careers would follow. So would two more Super Bowl wins.”