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Good morning folks , and a happy Thursday to you. We’ve got a great Thursday night game tonight, a divisional matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs (11-2) and the Los Angeles Chargers of San Diego (10-3), one that may have direct playoff implications, due to the neck-and-neck nature of these two AFC West teams. Barring a late season collapse for the Chargers, which is historically very unlikely (they always seem to get better towards the end of the season), they’re virtually guaranteed a wildcard spot at the least. However, the Chiefs historically weaken down the stretch, so this game could be the one to open the flood gates and break this race wide open. In terms of 49ers interests in this game, there’s really none. Both of these teams have played the 49ers and Cardinals once, and the Raiders twice - bringing about a net zero in the strength of schedule formula for each of the bottom feeders. The Chargers played the 4-9 Buffalo Bills, and the Chiefs played the 4-9 Jacksonville Jaguars. The Buffalo Bills currently have a .529 strength of schedule, identical to both the 49ers and Cardinals - so if you really must root for a team, it’s best to root for the Chargers. The 49ers injury report was released, and there aren’t necessarily any surprises, other than the inclusion of DJ Jones, who was limited Wednesday with a back issue. Presumed starter Earl Mitchell is no longer listed as injured, though, so it would seem likely that Mitchell resumes playing, giving the team little reason to press Jones back into service while banged up. As per the usual, Matt Breida has been a limited participant as he recovers from a lingering ankle injury Kyle Juszczyk Jersey , joined by center Weston Richburg (knee) and guard Laken Tomlinson (hip). Linebacker Malcolm Smith, unsurprisingly, makes an appearance on the injured list, as he has been limited with complications from a torn Achilles in 2017.On the other hand, Cassius Marsh remains out while he progresses through the concussion protocol, and the secondary will continue to be undermanned as nickel K’Waun Williams (knee) and safety Jaquiski Tartt (shoulder) have not practiced. Youngsters DJ Reed (nickel) and Marcell Harris (safety) both performed well on Sunday, which may give the coaching staff the confidence to give them the start against the Seahawks, and continue to rest the veteran starters.49ers notes | Garcia, NBC Sports Bay Area | Almquist, KNBRWeek 15 injury report | Maiocco, NBC Sports Bay Area | Madson, NinerswireFilm Review: George Kittle had a big day | Almquist, KNBRKyle Shanahan on clock mismanagement | Branch, SF Chronicle | Maiocco, NBC Sports Bay Area Kyle Shanahan to appeal $25k fine | Chan, SF Chronicle | KNBR Staff | Biderman, Sac Bee49ers-Seahawks tickets may be cheaper than parking | Biderman, Sac BeeWho would the 49ers select with the first overall pick | Wagoner, ESPNKentavius Street to return to practice | Madson, NinerswireJoe Staley: Frank Gore a first ballot HOF | Madson Tom Rathman Color Rush Jersey , Ninerswire Do the 49ers make a move?" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteNiners Nationa San Francisco 49ers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibrary49ersOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsFiled under:NFL Free AgencyEric Berry, Tre Boston are two free agents the 49ers could pursue in light of the Jimmie Ward injuryNew,94commentsDo the 49ers make a move? PDTShareTweetShareShareEric Berry, Tre Boston are two free agents the 49ers could pursue in light of the Jimmie Ward injuryThe San Francisco 49ers had their bumps and bruises during OTAs last week with Jimmie Ward’s broken collarbone being the most devastating. Ward is out for 8-12 weeks and the 49ers are without a safety. We’ve gone over trade targets, now let’s talk about some possible free agents in Tre Boston and Eric Berry. If he can stay healthy, Berry can be a potential game-changer on the field. That’s a big ‘if’ given he’s been nursing that achilles injury in what seems like ages. Given the timing, Berry could be a cheaper signing. Now that we’re into May, maybe it’s time to lock him on one of those one-year prove it deals like Jason Verrett has. In 2016, Berry finished with four interceptions (two of which became touchdowns) and nine passes defended. In 2017, the aforementioned achilles injury ended his season after one game. He was day-to-day for pretty much the entire 2018 season and only played in two games. This is after he was taken out in 2017 in Week 1. There was a segment awhile back with Mike Garafolo saying that Berry’s issue isn’t something he can’t play through and he won’t need a procedure.Tre Boston is somewhat of a head scratcher. He’s 26 years old with his shortest season being his rookie year (2014). He’s had two one-year deals, one in 2017 with the Los Angeles Chargers where he notched five interceptions and his 2018 campaign with the Arizona Cardinals where he played in 14 games and snagged three interceptions, and one fumble recovery. Boston has been in this situation before. In 2018 he signed with the Cardinals in late July, and this is after that season he had with the Chargers. As far as Boston being ignored, he did have some choice words in August last year about safeties in general. The gist is he thought there was collusion against safeties in an effort to keep Eric Reid out of the league. Ironically, Reid signed a three-year, $22 million extension with the Carolina Panthers in 2019 and Boston is still looking for a job. Ward is thought to be back by training camp for the 49ers, but it may not hurt for them to get another safety just in case. It’s worth noting Would you bring either of them in?

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