NFC West: Shawn Crable
The exceptions: Lawrence Jackson, selected 28th overall by the Seattle Seahawks, and Kentwan Balmer, chosen one pick later by the San Francisco 49ers.
And with Glen Coffee retiring from the 49ers, San Francisco joined the New England Patriots as the only NFL teams to have parted with more than one player drafted among the first three rounds over the past two seasons.
That makes it easier to waive the usual disclaimers about waiting three or four years before assessing draft classes. We already know the 49ers and Seahawks will never realize a return on their 2008 first-round investments.
The first chart lists the nine draft choices from 2008 or 2009 who are no longer with their original teams (Brad Cottam, a third-round choice of the Kansas City Chiefs, landed on the reserve/physically unable to perform list after clearing waivers).
The second chart shows how many 2008 and 2009 draft choices selected in the first three rounds are no longer with their original teams.
Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando
SAN FRANCISCO -- The 49ers have named pass rusher Roderick Green inactive for their game against the Patriots. Cornerback Reggie Smith, cornerback Shawntae Spencer, linebacker Ahmad Brooks, offensive lineman Cody Wallace, tackle Jonas Jennings and linebacker Manny Lawson are also inactive. Jamie Martin is again the third quarterback.
Green had two sacks through the 49ers' first four games this season. I did not seem him mentioned among injured players.
The Patriots' inactive players: receiver Kelley Washington, receiver Maurice Price, cornerback Lewis Sanders, linebacker Eric Alexander, offensive lineman Dan Connolly, offensive lineman Wesley Britt and linebacker Shawn Crable. Matt Gutierrez is the third quarterback.