49ers promote DB Tyvis Powell; release LB Terence Garvin The San Francisco 49ers announced a pair of transactions on Saturday Jason Verrett Jersey , promoting defensive back Tyvis Powell and releasing linebacker Terence Garvin. Both moves shouldn’t be surprising. With Reuben Foster off suspension and Malcolm Smith (hopefully) getting ready to play, the 49ers didn’t need a linebacker. Unfortunately, the secondary is banged up with safety Jaquiski Tartt listed as questionable due to a shoulder injury. They need secondary help now. Powell saw some action in late 2017 getting promoted in the later-half of December. He recorded three tackles. He was released in 2018 during roster cuts and sent back to the practice squad. While there has been no final decision on Tartt’s status for Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, this was likely a move to pre-empt him being unable to play. We probably won’t know how the depth chart shakes out until the final report comes Sunday morning. This is the fourth wide receiver visit of the month for the Niners"The San Francisco 49ers continue to bring in wide receivers for the NFL Draft. These aren’t exactly late round targets, either. On Tuesday Joe Montana Jersey , Iowa State wide receiver Hakeem Butler visited the 49ers, per Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports. Butler is the fourth wide receiver visit of the month. All of the receivers that have visited are mocked somewhere between the late 20’s to the Late 30’s. You be the judge.The 6-foot-5 Butler is known to make the spectacular catch. He can certainly go up and get it. Butler is also fast. He ran a 4.48 in the 40-yard dash at the combine. You get a chance to see Butler’s athleticism when the ball is in his hands. The knocks on Butler are that he is not a sudden athlete and his route running suffers from it. Also the drops. The good news is that Butler will be a red zone nightmare.Butler caught 60 passes for a school-record 1,318 yards and nine touchdowns in his final year with the Cyclones.