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Don't know about Adams. I think it depends on how he recovers from his injury. Even before I was never really impressed with him, but he hasn't been here long.
To each his own, but I've always been impressed with his short area quickness and his ability to close on the ball. Broke up two passes I believe against the Saints. Even the few snaps he saw in the regular season last year I thought he flashed potential. All depends if he can overcome that ankle while still showing enough improvement to warrant a spot. With Brock, Adams, and Culliver I believe we have a good young neculeus of CBs to lean on in the future.
I was against it at first but at worst he becomes decent depth behind the starters at OLB and him and Applewhite compete for one spot on the 53. Just not found of Maybin's lack of work ethic since becoming a pro.
or the fact that he weighs 15 lbs less than Taylor Mays lol.
That too. Decent athlete but just not a sound football player in any way. Kind of shocked all these teams are interested in him. That being said....
Personnel report: After former Buffalo Bills first-round pick OLB Aaron Maybin cleared waivers, the 49ers were among the teams to inquire about signing him, his agent said. But Maybin decided he was not going to sign with the 49ers, opting to go in "another direction," his agent said. Maybin, the No. 11 overall pick of the 2009 draft, had no sacks for the Bills in two seasons.