The San Francisco 49ers released their unofficial Week 6 depth chart for Monday Night Football vs. the Green Bay Packers Cheap Mike McGlinchey Jersey , and plenty will change. The team is dealing with an assortment of injuries, and head coach Kyle Shanahan acknowledged they are looking at some reserve options at several positions.The team got things going by signing running back Matthew Dayes to the practice squad, and working out five running backs. They also brought Jack Heneghan back in for a tryout, per NFL reporter Howard Balzer. He spent 2018 training camp with the team, so it might have been more just getting on the same page to see where he’s at physically being out of football the first five weeks of the season. If the 49ers sign Heneghan, it will be to the practice squad.The 49ers have a couple days to sort through what they want to do next. Since they are playing on Monday instead of Sunday http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonli...-staley-jersey , their first practice is not until Thursday. Any outside additions will happen by then, while practice squad promotions will not happen until the weekend. They don’t have a lot of spots to clear players, which could leave defensive end Ryan Delaire potentially on the outside looking in. The 49ers promoted him this past week to help with the pass rush, and he was active over interior defensive tackle D.J. Jones. Delaire had 10 snaps on the day, and one has to wonder how the 49ers want to approach the pass rush against Aaron Rodgers. Here’s a look at where the depth chart stands as of Wednesday morning. We’ll likely find out on Thursday if the team is going to sign any outside options. If nobody signs by Thursday, then we wait for the weekend and any practice squad promotions.49ers offensive depth chart Cheap Jimmy Garoppolo Jersey , Week 6 vs. PackersPositionFirstSecondThirdPositionFirstSecond Third49ers defensive depth chart, Week 6 vs. PackersPositionFirstSecondThirdPositionFirstSecond Third49ers special teams depth chart, Week 6 vs. PackersPositionFirstSecondThirdPositionFirstSecond Third Raiders head coach Jon Gruden has been spending a lot of time talking about how players who aren’t currently on the Raiders want to play for the team in the future, which suggests he’s turned his attention away from caring too deeply about the results on the field for the rest of this season.Given the team’s four straight losses by at least 14 points, some may be thinking that the team’s current players have done the same thing. After Thursday night’s 34-3 49ers win, Joe Fann of the 49ers website reported that an unnamed 49ers player said the Raiders “quit early.”Players on the Oakland side disputed that notion. Defensive end Frostee Rucker said “no one is packing it in” and tight end Jared Cook shared a similar sentiment.“I never quit. I never gave up ,” Cook said, via the East Bay Times. “It’s a frustrating thing to be sitting on the record you have, be going through some of the things we’re going through as an offense and still not being able to put points on the board. It鈥檚 definitely frustrating because we know the talent we have in this room is way better than that and way better than what we portray on the field.”Cook’s view on the talent level in Oakland probably won’t find much outside support, especially if this is what the Raiders look like when they’re giving it 100 percent.