Ford relies on his speed and got off to a solid start this season, including a career-best seven-catch, 76 yard-performance against the Bills in Week 2. As the story also said, he has cooled off since and didn’t register a target against the Jets. Ford will be looking to bounce back against the Rams, who are tough defensively both up front and in the secondary. He's a name to keep an eye on and could potentially click with Tua this week.
Wide receiver Deebo Samuel and running back Jeff Wilson Jr., both of whom played major roles in Sunday's 33-6 win against the New England Patriots, are expected to miss extended time, according to coach Kyle Shanahan.
Samuel is dealing with a left hamstring strain and will "most likely" miss this week's game at the Seattle Seahawks and next week's home contest against the Green Bay Packers, according to Shanahan. Wilson is the latest 49er to suffer a high left ankle sprain and is expected to go on injured reserve this week, which means he will have to miss at least the next three games, the story said. As we reported just a bit ago, Bourne looks like he'll take over for Samuel while McKinnon could jump back into a bigger role at RB. The 49ers said they purposely cut back on McKinnon's workload this past week (surprise fantasy owners) but it should mean he gets a bigger role this week. However, the rookie Hasty has looked good and could take some of the workload at RB.
He will not get it this week, unless a team out there wants to give up a (very) late-round draft pick for him. Otherwise, Gallman’s four-year contract as a 2017 fourth-round pick out of Clemson will expire after this season and he will look elsewhere to continue his stagnant NFL career.
Gallman played behind Saquon Barkley and most recently Devonta Freeman. As the story said, Gallman gave the offense some life last week in a loss to the Eagles after Freeman left the game. It looks like after his contract is up this season he'll be on the move.