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, and counting. And the Jaguars may not be counting on Fournette as the season continues to unfold.The decision to send a 2019 fifth-round pick to Cleveland for running back Carlos Hyde gives the Jags a player whom they undoubtedly intend to keep on the roster for the balance of the season. His $1.5 million salary is fully guaranteed ($970,588 of it remains unpaid), and the investment of the mid-round pick surely wasn’t made for a few-week rental.The bigger question becomes whether Hyde will remain with the team beyond 2019. Given that they could have drafted a running back (and possibly a good one) in round five with the pick sent to Cleveland, the move to add Hyde could be an indication that the Jaguars are willing to let T.J. Yeldon, a second-round pick in 2015, walk away via free agency. Yeldon has averaged more than five yards per carry in each of the three starts he’s made for Fournette this year, but he gained only 52 yards on 18 carries in a Week Four win over the Jets, an average of 2.9 yards per attempt.And if/when Yeldon leaves, the Jaguars may get credit toward a compensatory pick or two in 2020. (Or, if a more immediate return is possible, they could trade him at some point in the next 10 days.)It’s also possible that, before trading for Hyde, the Jaguars tried to extend Yeldon’s contract, and that Yeldon simply wanted too much. And so the Jaguars instead have Hyde under contract for two more seasons at salaries of $3.25 million in 2019 and $4.5 million in 2020.But here’s the key. The contract structure compels the Jaguars to make a quick decision on Hyde. His 2019 base salary becomes fully guaranteed on the third day of the league year, and he earns a separate $1 million roster bonus that same day. To avoid another $4.25 million investment in Hyde, the Jaguars would need to cut him or trade him before those payments come due.For now Womens Kyle Juszczyk Jersey
, though, it seems that the Jaguars plan to keep Hyde around for the balance of the season. Which gives him to make good on an eerily prescient vow made last December after the 49ers beat Jacksonville: “Next year, we’re going to win the Super Bowl.” We are going to hear a lot of rumors today. So we’ll keep this updated as the rumors roll in"UPDATE: 12:30 p.m.According to Matt Maiocco, the 49ers and DK Metcalf did not mesh well at the Combine. Even got a little testy. Would not expect the Ole Miss WR to be a target in the second round.UPDATE: 11:05 a.m.Charley Casserly believes Nick Bosa is going to be the first overall pick.Ian Rapoport said the Cardinals have made a decision on No. 1, they are keeping it quiet. Source said GM Steve Keim reached out to at least one player -- #Bama DT Quinnen Willliams -- to let him know he’s still a possibility to go first overall. Sounds like the team doesn’t like the offers they’re getting from Rosen.Mississippi State edge rusher Montez Sweat was misdiagnosed with his heart condition. Not even sure how that happens.Adam Schefter is on TV saying that it’s Kyler Murray. Again, nobody knows.UPDATE 9:10 a.m.According to ProFootballTalk, the Niners are shopping Solomon Thomas. So much for “being in the plans.”UPDATE 8 a.m.On the radio this morning, Adam Schefter said the Cardinals do not have a deal in place to trade Josh Rosen and have not spoken to the Patriots this offseason about a potential trade. They have talked to only two teams — Dolphins and Giants.ESPN’s Dan Graziano has said the Raiders have had discussions about moving up to No. 2 for Nick Bosa. That is what we’ve been saying for a couple weeks now.Atlanta is also rumored to move up into the top 10.We’re a little over 12 hours from the NFL draft, and there is going to be a rumor once every half hour today. Later on this morning, we’ll bring you the final mock drafts from some of the most prominent media. We’ll see if anything changes for Arizona at No. 1. Remember last Friday when we said that there was chaos in Cardinal Land? More and more people are starting to say that Kyler Murray isn’t a total lock to be the first pick. We’ll see.NFL.Com’s Peter Schrager did his annual night before the draft nuggets. Schrager said that three offensive tackles could go top ten. That wasn’t even the boldest part. Schrager also said it’s more likely teams trade up for a tackle than they will a QB. Wow.Washington is rumored to be smitten with a QB. The smokescreens will tell you it’s Duke QB Daniel Jones. I believe it’s Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins, and so does Vegas. They have him listed as the favorite to be the second QB taken in this draft.You don’t hear about teams trying to trade out of the top ten often, but the Bills and the Lions are reportedly interested in doing that. The Lions supposedly are in love with the Iowa tight ends, so that makes sense.Some new and old names, CB JoeJuan Williams, OL Chris Lindstrom, OL Elgton Jenkins http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-c.-j.-beathard-jersey
, S Taylor Rapp, S Darnell Savage, and DT Jeffrey Simmons (despite torn ACL), could all hear their names called in the first round. Bob McGinn is a plugged in draft writer. In his latest mock draft, he had S Juan Thornhill going in the first round. I wonder if there will be a player that slips and tempts the 49ers to trade back into the first-round. One name that you see slip out of the first 32 picks as of late? D.K. Metcalf.NFL.com’s Rich Eisen said a well-respected NFL individual told him the top 10 will look like:Quinnen Williams, AZBosa, SF Oliver NYJKyler Murray, OAKDevin White, TBHaskins, NYGHockenson, JAXJosh Allen, DETChristian Wilkins, ATLDevin Bush, DENWe’ll keep these updated as the day goes along.