One of the storylines coming into the 49ers before their game against the Detroit Lions Sunday was some talk from general manager John Lynch about the team looking into Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon. The Browns announced they would release Gordon on Monday barring any potential offers for a trade. Gordon is not subject to waivers [url=http://www.49erscheapstore.com/hoodie-cheap]San Francisco 49ers Hoodie[/url] , so once released he is free to sign with any team. 8-10 teams have called the Browns about Gordon, ESPN’s Josina Anderson reported on Monday morning. She said some of the team were adamant about not wanting it know their organization is calling, but the 49ers are not one of those teams remaining quiet about it. General manager John Lynch told the 49ers beat writers on Sunday that the team was doing their due diligence on Gordon, but not much was said beyond that. Following the 49ers win over the Lions, Kyle Shanahan was also asked about getting Gordon and had this to say:Josh Gordon brings talent, but he also brings some headaches given his suspension history. The other issue beyond the off-field issues is how it could hurt the development of the younger wide receivers. Rookies Richie James and Dante Pettis are both donning uniforms now that Marquise Goodwin is injured and the addition of Gordon hurts their future development. There are only so many mouths to feed with the wide receiver group. There’s no denying that Gordon is a great wide receiver when healthy and his head is clean [url=http://www.49erscheapstore.com/customized-cheap]Customized San Francisco 49ers Jerseys[/url] , but burning a roster spot for him is a huge risk (as seen with the Browns) at the cost of draftees’ future. Would you want Gordon on the roster?Joey Bosa might miss 49ers-Chargers game The San Francisco 49ers don’t face the Los Angeles Chargers until Week 4, but they might not have to face defensive end Joey Bosa when that game arrives. Bosa did not play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills due to a bruised bone in his left foot, and it is expected to keep him out into October, according to ESPN reporter Adam Schefter.Bosa injured his foot early in training camp, but was expected back in the opening weeks of the season. Instead, it is dragging on and costing the Chargers leading pass rusher. They still have Melvin Ingram to bring the heat [url=http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonline.com]www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonline.com[/url] , but Bosa’s absence is a big deal.The Chargers struggled to bring consistent pressure in Week 1 against the Kansas City Chiefs. They managed six pressures on Patrick Mahomes, but only generated one sack — and it was on a blitz by safety Derwin James. On Sunday against a bad Buffalo Bills team, the Chargers ratcheted up the pressure. They sacked Josh Allen five times, with Ingram leading the way with 1.5 sacks. Derwin James had another sack, so those safety blitzes will be something to watch in Week 4.The 49ers have plenty to figure out between now and Week 4, but this will be something to keep an eye on heading into Week 4. Jimmy Garoppolo was sacked six times on Sunday against the Lions [url=http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonline.com/t-shirts]San Francisco 49ers T-Shirt[/url] , although those seemed like coverage sacks more often than not. The 49ers offensive line is still working to gel together, but they’ll face a challenge in LA even if Bosa does not play.