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For Trey Lance?s sake, Niners should show Deebo Samuel the money

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Entering his fourth season, and in the final year of his rookie deal that will pay him nearly $4 million in 2022, the South Carolina product wants a new deal at the top of an exploding wide receiver market."We were disappointed a little bit, but it’s part of this business," Shanahan told reporters at the draft when asked about Samuel’s trade demand. And that makes sense for San Francisco, considering the Niners plan to go with second-year pro Trey Lance as the team’s starting quarterback for the upcoming season, even though veteran QB Jimmy Garoppolo remains on the roster.The 22-year-old Lance, who started two games as a rookie and completed 57.7% of his passes, needs all the help he can get. Hill’s deal includes $52.525 million in fully guaranteed money and pays him an average of $25 million a year, based on the first three years of the deal.Samuel has an argument that he’s just as impactful a player as Hill and should seek similar compensation.One way the Niners can cut down Samuel's usage as a rusher is by building more depth at the running back position. Back then, Shanahan, as offensive coordinator in Washington, mentored another dynamic athlete in Robert Griffin III.Griffin won Offensive Rookie of the Year that season, as Washington led the league in rushing yards (169.3 per game), average yards per play (6.17) and average passing yards per play (7.74).That Washington team was also No. 3 in the NFL in turnover differential (plus-17), turning the ball over a league-low 14 times.

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