A handful of players are expected to miss the preseason" San Francisco 49ers News49ers Injury News49ers Training Camp 2019Injury updates from Training CampNew San Francisco 49ers T-Shirts ,79commentsA handful of players are expected to miss the preseasonPDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Injury updates from Training CampTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty ImagesPractice finished up a bit ago, and Kyle Shanahan provided the media with injury updates heading into the first week of the preseason, and some expectations for who will be available for Week 1 against Dallas.Shanahan said the team is “hoping” to get Nick Bosa back by the regular season. He said the same with Jason Verrett. The two will continue to be evaluated. We already knew that. The surprise came with K’Waun Williams. Shanahan said Williams had his knee scoped recently and will miss the entire preseason. That opens the door for both DJ Reed and Emmanuel Moseley. Moseley had an excellent play today at practice where he broke up a pass to Kittle.Jerick McKinnon has been suffering some soreness the past two days and will be shut down for a while. Once you’ve been activated from the PUP list, you cannot return. So if there are any more setbacks, McKinnon might have to go in IR and be designated for return. McKinnon is having a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment. He’ll have two weeks to recover, then 18 days after that before Week 1 of the regular season. “If he’s ready, that would be great,” Shanahan said. “If not, we’ll be patient with him.”Arik Armstead and Ronald Blair are both day-to-day. They will likely miss Saturday’s exhibition game. The starting defensive line today was DeForest Buckner and Solomon Thomas on the edge, with Sheldon Day and DJ Jones inside.Shanahan didn’t give an update on Weston Richburg https://www.49ersfanshop.com/hats , but he did say the hope is for him to return Week 1 against Tampa Bay. Richburg has been getting in work off to the side. Today we take a closer look at Ohio State product and speed demon Parris Campbell as the San Francisco 49ers may turn to the 2019 NFL Draft to acquire a game-changing receiver."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsNFL DraftNFL Draft Scouting ReportsNFL Draft ProfilesNFL Draft Profile: How Parris Campbell fits with the 49ersNew,100commentsToday we take a closer look at Ohio State product and speed demon Parris Campbell as the San Francisco 49ers may turn to the 2019 NFL Draft to acquire a game-changing receiver. PDTShareTweetShareShareNFL Draft Profile: How Parris Campbell fits with the 49ersJoe Maiorana-USA TODAY SportsGreetings Faithful! We are quickly working our way through the busy and chaotic off season. So much has happened in just a short period of time since the start of free agency. The San Francisco 49ers have made multiple additions to their team via free agency. As of this writing, the 49ers have acquired a pass rusher trading for Dee Ford in exchange for a 2020 second round pick. Linebacker was addressed with the signing of Kwon Alexander. The team got a bargain when they signed cornerback and former 1st round draft selection Jason Verrett to a one-year deal. The team signed veteran wide receiver Jordan Matthews to a one year deal with low risk and high reward opportunities. Tevin Coleman is now reunited with Kyle Shanahan after the team signed him to a two-year deal adding depth and insurance to the backfield, and lastly, the 49ers brought back one of their own free agents in defensive back and 2014 first round selection Jimmie Ward.Are more signings on the way? There’s always a possibility, especially when the team still sits in the top five in available salary cap. However, I believe the front office and coaching staff will now turn their focus towards the 2019 NFL Draft. I still believe this team is missing a game-changing wide receiver. I like the Matthews signing, however he doesn’t scream game-changer or true number one. If the 49ers stay at number two in the first round there isn’t a wide receiver worth taking in that spot. Assuming they stay in that spot and draft one of Nick Bosa, Quinnen Williams, or Josh Allen then our focus must turn to the second and third rounds. Day 2 seems like a great spot for this team to select a receiver to pair with Dante Pettis. Recently San Francisco 49ers Hoodie , Josh Eccles put together a fantastic scouting report on wide receiver N’Keal Harry. Today, I am going to take a closer look at Parris Campbell from Ohio State.Parris Campbell put on a show for us at the recent NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Campbell had everyone’s undivided attention when he ran a 4.31 during the 40-yard dash, confirming his status as a speed demon with the ability to take the top off of a defense. Below are Campbell’s Combine results:40 Yard Dash: 4.31Bench Press: 11 RepsVertical Jump: 40.0”Broad Jump: 135”20 Yard Shuttle: 4.03Measurements:Height: 6’0”Weight: 205 lbs.Hands: 9 陆”Arms: 32 1/4 “Analysis:Just to show you how fast Campbell is, here is a video comparing Campbell’s 40 yard run to the likes of Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, and Odell Beckham Jr. Campbell has the ability to burst out of the gates, running fluidity through his hips. He has the speed to stretch the field and take the top off of a defense forcing safeties and corners to be honest. Campbell is explosive and fluid all at once, and consistently created separation in one to one match-ups with defensive backs.Plays light on his feet, and has the ability to dart and maneuver around defenders in the open field. Campbell’s speed also makes him a dangerous weapon and option out of the backfield as highlighted below.Throughout the course of the season Campbell was able to break ankles and knock defensive backs off-balance. His ability to shift and cut shows why Campbell can be dangerous in the open field.Campbell has demonstrated his ability to catch the football consistently when in motion. Campbell has a great blend of upper and lower body strength, and will use his size to break initial tackles and create yards after the reception. Campbell can make receptions and create separation at all three levels on the field. His ability to spilt tacklers on angles http://www.49erscheapstore.com/nick-bosa-jersey-cheap , find the edge, and take off downfield is a sight to see. He has demonstrated this ability both as a receiver and ball carrier when lining up in the backfield.Campbell has soft and reliable hands and is always an option to make receptions outside the numbers or up the middle in the slot. He can make catches look effortless underneath, while also putting himself in the line of fire and reeling in more difficult passes in tighter windows. From his tape, Campbell plays fearless and isn’t afraid to take a hit. Campbell was one of Dwayne Haskin’s most trusted targets this season. Campbell, more often than not, offered Haskins open looks and windows to complete his passes. While he is not the tallest receiver, Campbell still made his presence known in the red-zone. Here is a clean reception for the touchdown:The last point I would like to address about Campbell is his abilities on special teams. Once again, there is no denying his speed, vision, and creativity to find the open space Cheap Nick Bosa Jersey , turn on the jets, and take off. His contributions as a kick returner only raise the value that he offers to the team that selects him in April. Is Campbell a Good Fit?There are many arguments we can make as to why Parris Campbell is a good fit for the San Francisco 49ers and Kyle Shanahan’s offense. For one, Shanahan schemes and uses a lot of creativity to get his receivers open. Campbell is a receiver who is all about creativity on the field. His ability to constantly split tacklers, find the edge, and use his speed to gain additional yards after the reception could be the spark this offense needs. I am also intrigued as to how Shanahan can use Campbell as an option in the backfield (Yes, even with 4 running backs already on the roster!). Overall, Campbell is a weapon who gives an offense multiple options on how to utilize him. He has the potential to give defensive coordinators fits. Someone of Campbell’s talents and stature can bring another dimension and explosive appeal to this 49ers offense.What are YOUR thoughts on Parris Campbell? Please share in the comments below!