Now he says he hopes to grow in San Francisco and take advantage of a clean slate.
Balance what Pace said Friday night, in the aftermath of drafting Montgomery, with what Nagy said two months ago at the NFL Combine, when he was asked what he was looking for when scouting this year's crop of running backs in Indianapolis.
Aside from supporting Donald Trump's presidency, Bosa had a history of tweeting negative statements about black pop culture icons and entertainment properties - posts which his agent recently scrubbed from his online presence as his draft prospects looked up.
The picture that Bosa paints of himself on social media is that of an unapologetic conservative who stands firmly behind the President.
San Francisco just added Nick Bosa to a group the 49ers already considered one of their biggest areas of strength.
"I just think there's a misconception about him", Kingsbury said.
The obvious double standards at play here are outrageous. In a recent interview with ESPN, he said he "had to" because "there is a chance I might end up in San Francisco". "It's not like I'm saying his stance and what he was doing".
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This is willful political blindness.
Former Ohio State right tackle Isaiah Prince was selected in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins on Saturday. But being not only pro-Trump but also expressing affection for the ugliest parts of Trump's white nationalist base is a non-issue.
"Two players really separated themselves from the pack", general manager John Lynch said Thursday in the 49ers' auditorium. Either way it certainly wasn't viewed as a deficit.
Nick Bosa is a young man living the dream.
With that dominant pass rush leading the charge, the Niners' defense took off and became one of the most dominant groups in the league.
He also made it clear that his newfound restraint on social media won't change just because he's been drafted. "But if I got to come home to play for the Denver Broncos, man, I'd need at least a day to cry in my room".
Though Thomas and Armstead have spent most of their time with the Niners bouncing from position to position, the Niners now have some clarity on where certain players will play from down to down. That may mean feeling free to tell this rookie what they think of his political leanings.