Last week when I checked they still had Ziggy Hood and Sylvester Wililams on Miami's depth chart which they've been cut but that's since been updated. They still have Reshad Jones as a backup safety when he's still the starter on the strong side. Minkah Fitzpatrick has a chance to move back to the FS role this offseason like he played in college, depending on the how the draft goes, but he's still a corner as of now and does not move to the strongside which they have him. The Bobby McCain experiment failed back in October and McCain never left the #3 CB, slot corner role, ever again but Ourlads has him starting on the outside still. Ourlads is also missing a few AAF signings for Miami including Joey Mbu, Jayrone Elliott and Tyrone Holmes.
They also haven't corrected Indy's depth chart. They run a hybrid 4-3 yet they still have Justin Houston at his 3-4 OLB position when it's been announced by coach Frank Reich multiple times he will play defensive end. Tyquan Lewis moves to the DT role and is already being discussed as a potential permanent move there but they have him starting at the DE position.
There are constantly things like this that I find on Ourlads which is why I say they are a great starting point, but rarely accurate. And they are delayed often on transactions which can be confusing if you're in a quick hurry for accuracy.
Smith is the strong side LB but SF's 4-3 defense only features the WILL and MIKE linebackers. The SAM linebacker will see the field on early obvious rushing plays and then quickly gets substituted out for the extra defensive back. Which is why Colbert comes on the field regularly and Ward (when healthy) moves to the slot. If Malcom Smith makes it past pre-season with the team I'd be shocked.