Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco 49ers’
The 49ers remain interested in signing free agent cornerback Eric Wright.
Offensive lineman Larry Allen was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio in his first year of eligibility.
The 49ers announced two roster moves in order to add veteran wideouts Austin Collie and Lavelle Hawkins.
Austin Collie and Lavelle Hawkins were signed by the 49ers in the wake of several injuries at wide receiver.
The 49ers will work out former Cal star, CCSF standout and Stockton native Lavelle Hawkins this week.
Chris Culliver tore the ACL in his left knee while practicing Thursday and will miss the entire 2013 season.
The 49ers’ unseen injured list now includes All-Pro linebacker Patrick Willis and highly-touted cornerback Chris Culliver.
The 49ers are expected to work out free agent Laurent Robinson, possibly at Thursday’s practice.
Anquan Boldin is San Francisco’s top receiver, but who starts opposite him for the Sept. 8 opener is even more questionable.
Vernon Davis — practicing as a wide receiver — looked in sync with Colin Kaepernick at 49ers training camp.
The NFL picked under-construction Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara to host the 50th Super Bowl in February 2016.
A British Olympic discus hurler and a Manchester-born offensive lineman appear headed for the Bay Area to play football.
Mayor Ed Lee made good on his Super Bowl bet Friday with some community service — and some eating — in Baltimore.
The Raiders and 49ers used trades to tweak their first-round positions, picking defensive backs with the 13th and 18th picks.
Without realizing it, Michael Crabtree took a shot at Alex Smith when he said his current quarterback trusts him more.
Tight end Delanie Walker is the first free agent to bolt the 49ers, agreeing to a four-year deal with Tennessee.
The 49ers have reportedly traded quarterback Alex Smith to the Chiefs in exchange for draft picks in this year’s and next year’s draft.
The Alex Smith era in San Francisco is likely to end on March 12 when NFL teams can start making trades.
49ers tight end Delanie Walker suffered a personal loss when his aunt and uncle were killed by an alleged drunk driver.
After nearly 49 hours of crying into our Red wine and Goldschläger, we can finally post some pictures from Super Bowl Sunday.
A power outage during the Super Bowl helped jolt the 49ers, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a large first-half deficit against Baltimore.
Before the opening kickoff of Super Bowl XLVII, the streets of San Francisco were awash in Red and Gold.
There is a ton more to this Super Bowl matchup than two jacked-up head coaches with similar facial features.
In hopes of containing any out-of-control victory celebrations, The City is beefing up security for the upcoming Super Bowl game.
49ers QB Colin Kaepernick had 15 pizzas sent to an over-crowded media trailer Thursday at 49ers practice.
Colin Kaepernick did what Alex Smith could not: Carry the 49ers past the NFC Championship hump and into the Super Bowl.
TV cameras caught something a little out of place in Jim Harbaugh’s wardrobe during Saturday’s playoff game.
Colin Kaepernick put 49ers fans’ fears to rest by not only dominating the Packers, but by making history in the process.
Despite staying vague all week, Jim Harbaugh announced Friday that David Akers will kick in Saturday’s divisional playoff game.
Niners blogs from here to Timbuktu are talking about this Saturday as a “Week 1 rematch” with the Packers. Honey, please.
The 49ers scored 27 straight points to beat the lowly Arizona Cardinals and enter the playoffs with a bit of momentum.
The 49ers still have important business to handle this season, but their opponents for next season have been revealed.
Playoff football with a sharp piece of bone floating around in your elbow? Doesn’t sound like my kind of party.
As if the threats against Kyle Williams last season weren’t bad enough, one Tweeter has turned his attention to Niners kicker David Akers.
The 49ers withstood a furious rally by the Patriots to clinch a playoff spot and earn respect as an elite NFL team.
The 49ers and Patriots are set to use each other as punching bags to assert their dominance on Sunday Night Football.
In modern sports where the logo is everything, Frank Gore chose his post-game wardrobe to make a statement.
Sorry Alex Smith fans, but Jim Harbaugh isn’t going back to your boy unless he has no option.
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh announced he is sticking with the hot hand: Colin Kaepernick will start Sunday against the Rams.
Hey Jim Harbaugh: You have one starting quarterback. His name is Colin Kaepernick. Make it official and stop all this drama.
The Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl is expected to follow the 49ers to Santa Clara when their new stadium opens in 2014.
When the 49ers move into their new billion-dollar stadium, nobody will be happier than the Chicago Bears.
The 49ers should give concussed Alex Smith some more time to rest — like the rest of the season.
Alex Smith was not able to pass tests administered by a neurologist and will not be allowed to play against Chicago.
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was absent from Thursday practice after being taken to the hospital for an irregular heartbeat.
Niners QB Alex Smith was cleared by a neurologist to resume non-contact practice, but evaded questions about playing Monday night.
As early as Wednesday of last week, I already had a feeling that Sunday afternoon’s game was going to be a little weird.
Things don’t get easier for the 49ers this week as the resurgent Seahawks visit The Bay for an NFC West showdown.
The 49ers are firing on all cylinders. With whose foot on the gas pedal? Quarterback Alex Smith’s.
The greater Bay Area needs to be very aware of the shenanigans set to take over City streets this weekend.
During their 34-0 crushing of the Jets Sunday, the 49ers displayed some of the potential seen in Colin Kaepernick.
One of the best defensive players in the NFL blew out his knee Sunday and won’t suit up against the 49ers this Sunday.
Word up to Alex Smith: Coach Boch’ has your back. The Giants skipper sported a 49ers cap during his morning presser.
49ers QB Alex Smith wants to show support for the Giants’ playoff run. But the NFL won’t let him anymore.
A tough, bloodied Alex Smith led the 49ers to an action movie-style victory over Detroit Sunday night.
The 49ers passed their first test with flying colors, sending the Packers packing at home in a 30-22 win.
We’d like to pay tribute to 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh’s ability to turn any hum-drum press conference into sports-news gold.
The 49ers released backup quarterback Josh Johnson and a raft of others Friday evening to settle on a 53-man roster.
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For a bunch of guys that ram into each other for a living, it’s refreshing to see the 49ers stand up to anti-gay bullying.
It might have been a 49ers preseason game, but that didn’t make Brandon Jacobs’ knee injury Saturday any less nail-bite-worthy.
Head coaches should be bragging about their QBs. If they aren’t, they should be starting someone else.
49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree is in good health and good spirits after returning from a camp-opening calf injury.
If Friday’s exhibition game was an indication, the 49ers are picking up where they left off. Everyone better watch out.
Jim Harbaugh’s success with the 49ers didn’t go unnoticed by the Chicago White Sox when they went manager shopping.
As a quintet of 49ers wide receivers battle it out in training camp, Randy Moss is looking sharp and showing veteran leadership.
When it comes to quarterback in the NFL, so much comes down to “what have you done for me lately?”
With training camp officially kicking off on Friday, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh knows the feeling of raised expectations.
A lukewarm rookie mini-camp didn’t dissuade the 49ers from signing rookie wideout A.J. Jenkins to a four-year, $6.9 million deal.
When 6-year-old Joe Armento heard Brandon Jacobs was leaving for the west coast, he broke the bank to try and keep his favorite player around.
Even cheap seats at the 49ers’ new stadium will cost you an arm and a leg. One can only imagine what they’ll charge for beer.
Though we’re still a long month away from training camp, the starting wide receiver slots could still go to anybody.