By the end of last season, Jim Harbaugh argued that the NFC West could be named the toughest division in football. After watching the first week of free agency unfold, it looks like the road to a third consecutive NFC West title for the 49ers will be formidable. Peter King of Sports Illustrated took stock of the division heading into 2013.
“They’ll have more draft choices in 2013 than any other team — 14 — and GM Trent Baalke, despite what the Niners say publicly, has to be thinking about what it would take to acquire Darrelle Revis, with extra picks in the second, third and fourth rounds as chips,” King wrote. “Whatever, San Francisco has to be markedly better in the back of the defense to have a chance to win the Super Bowl in 2014. Clutch physical receiver Anquan Boldin will help Colin Kaepernick make plays downfield.”
The rest of today’s Morning Tailgate gets you primed for the NFL team owners meetings and more.
Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com listed items on the agenda of the NFL owners meetings.
Maiocco caught up with Harbaugh to get his thoughts on the initial stages of 2013 free agency and the 49ers.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee discussed Baalke’s patient approach to the offseason so far.
Will Brinson of CBSSports.com adjusted his latest mock draft to account for free agent signings.
Maiocco reported that the 49ers are still being linked with free agent defensive back Nnamdi Asomugha.
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