The NFL season is about to get off to a rocky start, as some teams are on the verge of making decisions on their roster spots and the league’s owners are looking for answers about the health of its players.
A couple of months ago, the NFL announced that all 49ers players on the active roster would be suspended until the end of the season, meaning that the team will have the first four games of the year to evaluate its players, and it may have to make changes to its roster in the coming weeks.
The 49ers also have to decide who will start the regular season, starting with quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who has been ruled out for the first two weeks of the regular schedule with a calf strain.
Gabbert has played only six regular-season games, and he hasn’t started a game since Week 8.
The 49ers are also dealing with an injury to starting defensive end DeForest Buckner, who is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Rams.
Buckner has missed three games with a hamstring strain, and the 49ers have said they will be able to add another lineman to the roster, but the team may be looking to make a decision in the next couple of weeks.
Gabbert has struggled this season, as the 49er quarterback has struggled in games, but he has been a big part of the team’s success.
The team has won five straight and has made the playoffs in each of the last three seasons.
The NFL’s decision on whether to allow Gabbert to return could come after the 49res games against the Browns and the Steelers on Saturday.
It could be in the weeks ahead, but a decision on his roster spot has not been made yet.
The Browns are one of the teams that have been most vocal in their support of Gabbert.
The Browns had the worst record in the NFL last season, and their coach, Hue Jackson, is the only coach in NFL history to be fired for two straight years.
The Steelers, meanwhile, are the team that has been most outspoken in their opposition to Gabbert in the last few weeks.
The Steelers had the second-worst record in football last season and Jackson has a long record of losing to his own players.
The Titans have been one of several teams that has expressed a desire to add a quarterback to the mix this offseason.
The Titans, though, have been hesitant to commit a major draft pick to a quarterback.
The Ravens are one team that appears to be getting close to making a move to bolster its roster, as they are reportedly interested in adding defensive tackle Arthur Brown to the team.
Brown is currently a free agent, and Baltimore is looking for a replacement for Haloti Ngata, who was injured last season.
The Colts and Raiders are also rumored to be looking at quarterback changes, as both teams have been dealing with injuries at quarterback.
The Colts have been struggling to keep their starting quarterback, Andrew Luck, and they are expected to make another roster move in the offseason.
Oakland has struggled with injuries this season and could be one of many teams looking to add talent at quarterback this offseason, although the team has struggled to win games.
The Jets are one franchise that has not had a quarterback since 2008, and while the team is hoping to add to its position group this offseason and has shown interest in quarterback Andrew Luck as well, the Jets have not made a move this offseason to add any players.
While the 49s have not announced any moves this offseason at quarterback, the team could still be interested in acquiring a quarterback from another team.
The Jaguars have been rumored to have interest in acquiring Matt Barkley, a quarterback who is currently under contract with the 49ingoes, and his name has been mentioned by some as a candidate to join the 49.
The Vikings are another team that could potentially make a move at quarterback in the future.
The Vikings, though they are not a team that will have much interest in a quarterback in this offseason as they will have a few key free agents to fill their roster.
The Packers are one that could look to add players at quarterback as the team enters the offseason, as Aaron Rodgers is expected to be one the starters for the foreseeable future.
The Falcons have had some interest in adding players to their roster in recent weeks, but that has fallen by the wayside, as Atlanta has not made any moves in the past couple of years to improve its roster.
While some teams have made moves to improve their rosters, the 49 team is in the middle of one of its most important offseasons since it has won four straight games since 2012.
The New York Jets have been on the wrong side of the NFL since the 2016 season, but they have made some moves to add depth and talent in the secondary, which could help the Jets reach the playoffs for the second straight season.
While not a playoff team, the Giants are one in which the offseason has been difficult for GM Jerry Reese, who had some of his biggest