The newly signed defender Isaiah Oliver is ready to test its versatility with 49ers in 2023. Former Atlanta Falcon spoke with Local Bay Area media on Thursday after officially signed a two -year contract, and the role was not yet defined by 49ers coaching staff, but was predominantly successful in playing in the nest. “As I understand, I'm here to be versatile and to help as much as I can, Ol Oliver said on Thursday,“ I really need to take the time where I fit, and I have to take the time to look forward to it." Oliver returned to the mixture at the end of the 2022 NFL season after ACL injury in the 4th week of 2021.The Colorado product shared physically that it does not feel like on the field until December. Oliver in five seasons, 203 teams and 62 games during the 62 games. The background back believes that his nose comes from not only from the physical neck, but because of “wanting” for contact with larger players in the field. The 6 -meter 210 -pound defensive defender does not hesitate from the contact similar to the old slot corner K’waun Williams, who signed with DENVER Broncos last March after four seasons. Ol I definitely felt more comfortable there, Ol Oliver said. “I felt that I could play a little more. “K’waun Williams had been here for a long time and was one of the most definite struggles in the league, and he was never afraid to go there and hit something.” Oliver will join Charvarius “Mooney” Ward, Demodore Lenoir, Ambry Thomas and Sam Women. Oliver said, “I feel that my strong aspects can really walk around the ball, there may be a strong struggle and the ball can play in this way.“ Oliver is looking forward to finding his role while working with the new Defense Coordinator Steve Wilks, who has passed the rank as a defensive coach. Download and follow the 49ers Talk Podcast