They've made available the audio.
I didn't have a firm answer when asked to identify the second-best wide receiver in the NFC West, after Fitzgerald. A healthy Sidney Rice would enter into the conversation. What about Michael Crabtree?
The coming season will provide welcome evidence.
In the meantime, I've put together a chart showing 2011 third-down conversion rates for NFC West wide receivers and tight ends, with columns showing how much distance was needed for a first down. Seattle's Doug Baldwin made 23 first downs on 42 targets for a 54.8 percent conversion rate. Each of those figures led the division.
NFC West teams ranked 24th (Seattle), 29th (Arizona), 31st (San Francisco) and 32nd (St. Louis) in overall third-down conversion rate.
Note that Vernon Davis is the only tight end listed, and that his percentage suffered from zero conversions in eight targets on third-and-10 or longer. The 49ers added Mario Manningham from the New York Giants, but he wasn't much of a factor on third down last season (eight first downs in 20 targets). Manningham's Giants teammate, Victor Cruz, converted 22 first downs in 36 third-down targets.