Obviously, any free agent additions are completely dependent on health. With the 49ers’ loaded roster, even if there are a few injuries to some key starters in July and August, GM Trent Baalke and coach Jim Harbaugh may be comfortable enough with their team to sign a player off the street.
However, San Francisco could still poke around the free agent market. Specifically, if nobody steps into the No. 2 receiver job. The Niners are reportedly still showing major interest in former Colts wideout Austin Collie. The Sacramento Bee reported that Collie wouldn't be signed until camp was underway. Collie would certainly be an intriguing addition to the offense, but he’s still no lock.