The San Francisco 49ers have already made a huge move as the NFL's October 31 trade deadline approaches,
acquiring pass rusher Randy Gregory from the Denver Broncos. Many fans are wondering whether the 49ers will make another deal before Halloween.
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As is often the case in such situations, general manager John Lynch did not share specifics about the team's plans
. Lynch discussed the customary process building up to the trade deadline during his weekly chat on Bay Area radio station KNBR.
At this time of year, teams communicate extensively with one another. They discuss each other's requirements, available players, and potential trade opportunities.
The idea is to discover the right scenarios and players who may help their respective teams.
Lynch emphasised that the 49ers had a track record of being active in the trade market.
He did, however, mention that the team has been pretty healthy and has a deep and skilled squad.
As a result, any prospective deal must make sense for the 49ers and provide tangible benefits to the team.