SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The members of the 49ers front office would have slept a whole lot better last night if they had know that Michael Crabtree was going to be there at No. 10.
To a man in their war room — from Jed York to Scot Mcloughan — they were all shocked to see Crabtree sitting there at 10.
The only other guy there were considering would have been tackle Eugene Monroe. They considered trading down to get him, but with Crabtree just sitting there, they were doing cartwheels.
— Brian Baldinger