49ers make three trades on whirlwind Day 3 of NFL Draft


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If Day 3 of the NFL Draft has the reputation for being a snoozefest, that certainly wasn’t the case for the 49ers on Saturday.

San Francisco made three trades, the most significant of which saw them acquiring seven-time Pro Bowl tackle Trent Williams from Washington, who will serve as the replacement for the retiring Joe Staley. The 49ers also traded running back Matt Brieda to the Dolphins for a fifth round pick (OT Colton McKivitz) and wide receiver Marquese Goodwin to the Eagles to move their other fifth round pick up 20 spots (TE Charlie Warner).

With their final pick, the 49ers selected Tennessee wide receiver Jauan Jennings. San Francisco will now have two rookie WRs, the other being first-round pick Brandon Aiyuk, heading into camp.

 

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