The San Francisco 49ers own a pair of first-round picks in this week's NFL Draft, but there seems to be a chance that they won't actually end up using either of them.

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the 49ers are open to trading both of their first-round selections.

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San Francisco picked up an extra draft choice last month when it traded defensive lineman DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts for the 13th overall selection. It also possesses its own pick at No. 31.

However, after the first round, it's rather slim pickings for the Niners, as they don't pick again until No. 156 in the fifth round. As a result, the 49ers would like to accumulate some more selections in between, and they can obviously accomplish that by moving down in the draft.

Not like San Francisco needs a ton of help.

The Niners are coming off of a 2019-20 campaign in which they won 13 games, captured the NFC West division title and made it all the way to the Super Bowl before blowing a late lead and falling to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Kyle Shanahan's club owns one of the league's best defenses and has a terrific run game. That being said, the 49ers could use some assistance in their receiving corps, as they just lost Emmanuel Sanders to free agency and don't have a ton of proven talent at the wide receiver position.

In spite of their relatively thin group of pass-catchers, San Francisco looks to be the favorite to repeat as the NFC West champion heading into 2020.