The 5 Best and Worst Moves of the San Francisco 49ers' 2013 Offseason

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The 5 Best and Worst Moves of the San Francisco 49ers' 2013 Offseason
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Jim Harbaugh and Trent Baalke are working together to rebuild the 49ers' roster.

The San Francisco 49ers made it to the Super Bowl last season but came up short, losing to the Baltimore Ravens 34-31. Work began almost immediately for GM Trent Baalke, as he had several critical decisions to make in order to retool the 49ers' roster. 

Baalke had to weave his way through the free-agent market, determining which players were most attractive to the 49ers. In addition, he needed to make decisions on key 49ers who he felt were not worth what other teams were willing to pay.

Through free agency, the 49ers both acquired and lost some excellent talent.

Baalke also needed to guide the draft process and with the 49ers ultimately selecting 11 players, there was a huge amount of research that needed to be done. 

With so many decisions to make, Baalke and the 49ers made some good ones and others that may come back to haunt them. Let's take a closer look at the 49ers' best and worst moves of the offseason.

All stats are provided by www.pro-football-reference.com.

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