The 49ers on Thursday announced contract signings with their six picks selected on the final day of the draft.
The 49ers reached the mandatory four-year contract agreements with the following players:
Fourth round, No. 121: RB Joe Williams, Utah
Fifth round, No. 146: TE George Kittle, Iowa
Fifth round, No. 177: WR Trent Taylor, Louisiana Tech
Sixth round, No. 198: DT D.J. Jones, Mississippi
Sixth round, No. 202: DE/OLB Pita Taumeopenu, Utah
Seventh round, No. 229: DB Adrian Colbert, Miami
The 49ers also announced the signings of 18 undrafted rookies to the mandatory three-year contracts:
QB Nick Mullens, Southern Mississippi
TE Cole Hikutini, Louisville
DB Lorenzo Jerome, Saint Francis (PA)
RB Matt Breida, Georgia Southern
OL Erik Magnuson, Michigan
WR Kendrick Bourne, Eastern Washington
OT Darrell Williams Jr., Western Kentucky
WR KD Cannon, Baylor
WR Victor Bolden, Oregon State
LB Jimmie Gilbert, Colorado
OL J.P. Flynn, Montana State
DE Noble Nwachukwu, West Virginia
LB Donavin Newsom, Missouri
OL Bret Treadway, Lamar
FB Tyler McCloskey, Houston
S Malik Golden, Penn State
OL Evan Goodman, Arizona State
DB Zach Franklin, Washburn
After nearly pulling off the upset at Lambeau Field on Monday night, there's no rest for the 49ers (1-5) on Sunday. They'll welcome the NFL's last undefeated team, the Los Angeles Rams (6-0), to Levi's Stadium.
Los Angeles boasts the league's best offense, powered by star running back Todd Gurley II. Gurley leads the NFL in rushing (623 yards) and rushing touchdowns (nine), and should give the 49ers' top-10 rushing defense plenty of problems.
Here's how writers around the country see the game playing out:
Nick Wagoner, ESPN.com: Rams 34, 49ers 24
Lindsay Thiry, ESPN.com: Rams 34, 49ers 21
Elliot Harrison, NFL.com: Rams 46, 49ers 36
Pete Prisco, CBS Sports: Rams 30, 49ers 24
Vincent Bonsignore, The Athletic: Rams 34, 49ers 13
Sam Farmer, Los Angeles Times: Rams 31, 49ers 27
The 49ers were supposed to be in primetime on Sunday night at Levi's Stadium against the Rams. That's no longer the case.
With a 1-5 record, the 49ers were flexed to a mid-day game against the undefeated Rams. Still, Sunday will be an emotional day with the unveiling of statues for "The Catch."
Can C.J. Beathard keep pace with Bay Area native Jared Goff? Will the 49ers' three running backs combine for as many yards as Rams running back Todd Gurley? We're about to find out.
Here's how to watch Sunday's Rams vs. 49ers game online.
Start time: Sunday, Oct. 15, at 1:25 p.m. PT
TV channel: FOX
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