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In 2023, the San Francisco 49ers had one of the best defenses in the league. However, they focused heavily on improving their defensive line during the offseason. General Manager John Lynch discussed the team’s approach to their defensive front, mentioning the need to “rework” the group after their loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl.

The 49ers made several moves to address this, including signing Leonard Floyd, Yetur Gross-Matos, and Jordan Elliott as free agents, and trading for Maliek Collins. Lynch highlighted the team’s decision to sign Floyd and Gross-Matos to two-year deals, a departure from their usual approach of shorter contracts. He emphasized the importance of stability and continuity in building a strong defensive line.

Floyd, an established veteran, provides a presence opposite Nick Bosa, while Gross-Matos was a consensus choice that the team felt great about adding for the next two years. Elliott and Collins were also brought in to strengthen the interior of the defensive line.

To make room for these new additions, the 49ers had to part ways with some of their existing players, including longtime staple Arik Armstead. The team is hopeful that these changes will result in a net positive impact on the defensive front in 2024. Lynch and the rest of the organization are confident that the reworked defensive line will help them maintain their status as one of the top defensive units in

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