San Francisco 49ers Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

San Francisco 49ers Team 2017 Players: San Francisco 49ers is a popular American football team franchise based in the San Francisco Bay Area, and NFL 2017 is the 72nd season of the team. It will also be the first season under the head coach/general manager tandem of Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch. The 49ers will look to improve on their 2–14 record from the 2016 season and attempt to clinch their first playoff berth since 2013. They compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member of the league’s National Football Conference (NFC) West division. The team currently plays its home games at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Get here complete information about San Francisco 49ers 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and many more details.

San Francisco 49ers Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

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San Francisco 49ers Roster 2017

San Francisco 49ers Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

Quarterbacks:

  • 7 Matt Barkley
  • 3 C. J. Beathard
  • 2 Brian Hoyer
  • 1 Nick Mullens

Running backs:

  • 26 Kapri Bibbs
  • 49 Matt Breida
  • 22 Tim Hightower
  • 28 Carlos Hyde
  • 44 Kyle Juszczyk FB
  • 47 Tyler McCloskey FB
  • 31 Raheem Mostert
  • 32 Joe Williams

Wide receivers:

  • 1 Victor Bolden
  • 13 Aaron Burbridge
  • 6 Kendrick Bourne
  • 14 DeAndre Carter
  • 10 Bruce Ellington
  • 15 Pierre Garçon
  • 11 Marquise Goodwin
  • 83 B. J. Johnson III
  • 17 Jeremy Kerley
  • 19 Aldrick Robinson
  • 18 DeAndre Smelter
  • 81 Trent Taylor

Tight ends:

  • 84 Blake Bell
  • 88 Garrett Celek
  • 46 Cole Hikutini
  • 85 George Kittle
  • 89 Vance McDonald
  • 82 Logan Paulsen

Offensive linemen:

  • 61 Tim Barnes C
  • 68 Zane Beadles G
  • 77 Trent Brown T
  • 60 J. P. Flynn G
  • 63 Brandon Fusco G
  • 65 Joshua Garnett G
  • 76 Garry Gilliam T
  • 67 Daniel Kilgore C
  • 64 Andrew Lauderdale T
  • 69 Richard Levy T
  • 62 Erik Magnuson G
  • 78 Norman Price G
  • 74 Joe Staley T
  • 71 John Theus T
  • 75 Darrell Williams Jr. T
  • 58 Jeremy Zuttah C

Defensive linemen:

  • 91 Arik Armstead DE
  • 98 Ronald Blair DE
  • 99 DeForest Buckner DT
  • 59 Aaron Lynch DE
  • 95 Tank Carradine DE
  • 92 Quinton Dial DT
  • 58 Elvis Dumervil DE
  • 93 Chris Jones DT
  • 96 D. J. Jones DT
  • 90 Earl Mitchell DT
  • 66 Noble Nwachukwu DE
  • 45 Pita Taumoepenu DE
  • 94 Solomon Thomas DE

Linebackers:

  • 54 Ray-Ray Armstrong OLB
  • 53 NaVorro Bowman MLB
  • 55 Ahmad Brooks OLB
  • 50 Brock Coyle MLB
  • 56 Reuben Foster MLB
  • 47 Jimmy Gilbert OLB
  • 57 Eli Harold OLB
  • 48 Donavin Newsom MLB
  • 51 Malcolm Smith OLB
  • 97 Dekoda Watson OLB

Defensive backs:

  • 38 Adrian Colbert CB
  • 4 Will Davis CB
  • 31 Zach Franklin CB
  • 30 Prince Charles Iworah CB
  • 43 Chanceller James SS
  • 49 Lorenzo Jerome FS
  • 36 Dontae Johnson CB
  • 20 Don Jones FS
  • 27 Keith Reaser CB
  • 23 Will Redmond CB
  • 35 Eric Reid FS
  • 33 Rashard Robinson CB
  • 40 Vinnie Sunseri SS
  • 29 Jaquiski Tartt SS
  • 25 Jimmie Ward CB
  • 24 K’Waun Williams CB
  • 41 Ahkello Witherspoon CB

Special teams:

  • 9 Robbie Gould K
  • 86 Kyle Nelson LS
  • 5 Bradley Pinion P
  • 6 Nick Rose K

The San Francisco 49ers was founded in 1946 as a charter member of the All-America Football Conference (AAFC) and joined the NFL in 1949. They won five Super Bowl championships between 1981 and 1995, led by Hall of Famers Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott, Steve Young, and coach Bill Walsh.

As of the 2016 NFL season, the team has won a total of six conference championships, with the first in 1981 and the last in 2012. They have been in the league playoffs a total of 26 times: 25 times in the NFL and one time in the AAFC. The team has set numerous notable NFL records, including a tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers for most conference championship game appearances (15), most consecutive road games won (18), most consecutive seasons leading league scoring (1992–95), most consecutive games scored (1979 to 2004), most field goals in a season (44), fewest turn-overs in a season (10), and most touchdowns in a Super Bowl.

According to Forbes Magazine, the team is the 4th most-valuable team in the NFL, valued at $3 billion as of July 2016. In 2016, the 49ers were ranked the 10th most valuable sports team in the world, behind basketball’s Los Angeles Lakers and above soccer’s Bayern Munich.

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