Santa Clara - Coach Guayo has indicated in his initial press conference that big changes are coming the 49ers way. After missing out on the playoffs with a 7-9 record, it's safe to assume that he will steer course from the main cast after his comments. "Carlos Hyde is our running back going forward, with that said we will be employing a heavy dose of running. We will run the ball 100 times out of a possible 90, every game. Frank Gore will still see a healthy amount of carries. He will not be the only one that will see his activity change. We will be looking to sell and get younger via the draft. I can safely say today, that Anquan Boldin is our 3rd wide receiver. Vernon Davis is another that will have to compete for his position, and outwork other TE's." It's unclear if this is a mere motivational message, like the Sharks used for with their no C on the sweater to start the 2014 season. If it's we will see the normal crew next season, if it isn't, the 49ers will have a lot of new faces. Justin Smith & Dan Kilgore are said to be negotiating with other teams. Guayo also left to believe that they wouldn't be returning. "I'd like them both back, of course. For the right price, we have begun looking at other options. Justin Smith is still a great player, due to his age we would like him back on a one year deal. For Dan, it's tough to see him go and it looks like he has decided to try out a new home. We won't give up on either, but again we have begun to look elsewhere. We have pending offers to TE's, ROLB, C's, RE's, and QB's. Our back up situation should be interesting, we will go for experience in case Kaep takes a big hit or two next year"