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The San Francisco 49ers' Top Remaining Offseason Priorities
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Even though their season ended in the Super Bowl, the San Francisco 49ers have been addressing needs as aggressively as any other organization. 

At the behest of general manager Trent Baalke, the 49ers have addressed four primary needs during the free-agent period. San Francisco has acquired Anquan Boldin (WR), Glenn Dorsey (DL), Craig Dahl (FS) and Phil Dawson (K)—two of whom are polished Pro Bowl-caliber players.

At this juncture, fans should not be stunned if the 49ers are finished in free agency.

Of course, they may bargain shop for a training-camp body or two, but as for impact players, San Francisco will continue rebuilding in the 2013 draft. With 14 picks—including five in the top 100—they should look to fill needs at the end of April.

Fortunately, the holes left by departing players are not crippling. Moreover, in a year where the 49ers' biggest needs are defensive line and safety, they have been blessed with the distinctiveness of the upcoming draft.

In the following piece, we’ll breakdown the remaining needs that the San Francisco 49ers must address this offseason. 

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