With free agency an hour away, here is one final look at the 49ers who will be free agents:
Tramaine Brock (RFA): The 49ers tendered Brock as a restricted free agent at $1.323 million for this season. They will have the right to match any offer sheet from any other team.
Leonard Davis: Davis was the extra guard and used in jumbo packages for the 49ers. If Mike Iupati or Alex Boone were injured, he would've taken over. Davis was viewed as a short term fix on the depth chart and he most likely will not return with younger guards Daniel Kilgore and Joe Looney as well as practice squad players Al Netter and Kenny Wiggins ready to contribute.
Ted Ginn Jr.: When the season ended, Ginn became just a punt returner and only saw a few smaps as a receiver. He was most remembered for being unable to receive the botched pitch which led to a St. Louis Rams touchdown. LaMichael James took over for kick returning duties. Ginn doesn't have a strong future with the team as James and Kyle Williams and Perrish Cox can return punts and kicks.
Dashon Goldson: Jim Harbaugh openly said he deserves a long-term deal, but it will be easier said than done. In the past, Harbaugh said he wanted Alex Smith and Josh Morgan back, but only Smith returned. Goldson's asking price will be high as he wanted to be one of the highest paid safeties in the league back in 2010 at around $8 million. The 49ers chose to not franchise tag him and pay $7.45 million for next year. With the cap situation for the 49ers being uncertain, Goldson is as good as gone with Detroit, Tampa Bay and Philadelphia all lurking for him.
Tavares Gooden: He was one of the stars on special teams for the 49ers. Despite being one of the better players on kicking coverage, the unit as a whole regressed from 2011. There isn't any reason to hurry and get something done as special teams player Michael Wilhoite showed promise.
Larry Grant: Grant is the team's third inside linebacker and showed he's capable of backing up Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman. He won't become a starter if he stays with the 49ers and could be playing elsewhere if another team views him as one.
Clark Haggans: Haggans was brought in for OLB depth when Parys Haralson was ruled out for the season back in August. He was only on the field for 48 snaps and appears to be expendable. Haralson is still under contract, while 2012 draft picks Darius Flemming and Cam Johnson will be expected to contribute at OLB in the future.
Ricky Jean Francois: Jean Francois took over at NT when Isaac Sopoaga went down an injuries early in the season against the New York Jets. He also had to step in at DE when Justin Smith was injured during the game against the New England Patriots in Week 15. Jean Francois is only 26 and is versatile at all defensive line positions if needed. The 49ers want him back but seem to be ready for his departure with the extension they gave yesterday to Ian Williams.
Darcel McBath: McBath was the first backup safety if Donte Whitner or Dashon Goldson were injured. He didn't see any time on defense but contributed on special teams. His most notable play was in the Super Bowl where was able to tackle Justin Tucker on the fake field goal. The 49ers chose not to submit a qualifying offer making him an unrestricted free agent. They will be expecting to address the safety position in the draft and McBath will be expendable.
Randy Moss: Moss openly said he wasn't happy with his role as a decoy or secondary receiver with the 49ers. He had his chance when Mario Manningham and Kyle Williams went down with injuries, but failed to take over a game like he is the "greatest receiver of all time." On March 3, Moss said on his Twitter that he will not be returning with the 49ers. The recent acquisition of Boldin has closed his opportunity to come back.
Isaac Sopoaga: One of the longest tenured 49ers since the Dennis Erickson era could have played his last snap during the Super Bowl. His role diminished with Jean Francois taking over at NT. Sopoaga made $4 million last season and the 49ers don't want him returning with that same kind of money. The market will tell if he returns to San Francisco or not in 2013.
Delanie Walker: Walker was the backup to Vernon Davis and could be a starting TE on several other teams. He is a great blocker, but has inconsistent hands. When Colin Kaepernick took over, he developed a strong chemistry with him and his stock went up. If another team views Walker as a starting TE, he will most likely be gone, leaving Garrett Celek as the only backup TE on the roster.