Posted April 18, 2013 on sfo.scout.com
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The 49ers’ defensive line has been a staple of the team’s very good defenses over the last two seasons. But San Francisco lost two key members of that unit in free agency and elected to bring in former top pick Glenn Dorsey. We continue our free pre-draft preview series by evaluating how Dorsey addresses the team’s needs at defensive line heading into the draft.
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