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NFL Top 100 players of 2022 rankings revealed for 49ers’ George Kittle, Nick Bosa, Fred Warner
NFL Network continues its countdown of the Top 100 players of 2022, revealing Nos. 21-50 on Sunday. Two San Francisco 49ers players had already landed on the list. Fullback Kyle Juszczyk came in at No. 100, while safety Jimmie Ward made his debut on the annual list, landing at No. 96.
The NFL Top 100 Players list is respected by players because it is voted on by their peers. The voting is based on performance during the previous year and predicted performance during the upcoming season. The list is in its 12th season on NFL Network.
On Sunday, it was revealed that Fred Warner came in at No. 47. However, this year’s placement is a drastic drop from
49ers’ Deebo Samuel, Fred Warner, Trent Williams evaluate ‘natural leader’ Trey Lance in second NFL season
Deebo Samuel was slightly behind when he started practicing with his San Francisco 49ers teammates. That’s because the star wide receiver missed the entire offseason program and the start of training camp due to a contract dispute. However, he and the 49ers eventually resolved the situation and Samuel got to work.
Samuel believes he is starting to build more and more chemistry with his second-year quarterback, Trey Lance, now that the two are getting in more work together.
“The first week, I really wasn’t out there that much,” Samuel said after Thursday’s joint practice with the Minnesota Vikings. “We kind of knew it was going to take time because, this summer, they was throwing a lot, and I wasn’t able to go out there with those guys. But it’s just good to see
49ers-Vikings: Why these 27 Niners, including Trey Lance, won’t suit up
The San Francisco 49ers announced that the following 27 players won’t suit up for tonight’s exhibition game against the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium.
QB Trey Lance
QB Jimmy Garoppolo
RB Elijah Mitchell
RB Jeff Wilson Jr.
FB Kyle Juszczyk
WR Brandon Aiyuk
WR Deebo Samuel
TE George Kittle
TE Charlie Woerner
OL Daniel Brunskill
OL Jake Brendel
OL Mike McGlinchey
OL Trent Williams
OL Jaylon Moore
OL Colton McKivitz
DE Samson Ebukam
DE Nick Bosa
DT Arik Armstead
LB Azeez Al-Shaair
LB Fred Warner
LB Dre Greenlaw
LB Curtis Robinson
CB Emmanuel Moseley
49ers rookie Drake Jackson feeling fine, learning from Nick Bosa, Trent Williams
Drake Jackson left Friday night’s preseason game against the Green Bay Packers with a shoulder stinger. He was back on the practice field on Sunday, as the team prepares to travel to Minnesota for joint practices with the Vikings. Reporters noticed Jackson wasn’t at 100 percent during the Sunday session, but the good news is that things are trending upwards for the defensive lineman’s health.
“It feels good,” Jackson said of his shoulder after practice. “Just taking it day by day. It’s getting better each and every day, rehabbing it, and things of that sort.”
Despite the early exit, Jackson loved getting into his first NFL game action.
“It felt good,” he said. “It felt like I’m back, back on the field. I missed playing football since ‘SC. It’s been a
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