The 49ers continued a wave of interviews to find their new head coach, assessing Seahawks offensive line and assistant head coach Tom Cable on Sunday.
Formerly the Raiders' quarterbacks coach, Todd Downing will now get a shot at running his own offense.
The 49ers apparently still need time to find the best general manager and head coach they can find.
The 49ers conducted more interviews this week, assessing four candidates on their way to a new general manager and head coach.
The 49ers completed a busy weekend and have an even busier week ahead.
The Raiders best season in over a decade includes plenty of accolades.
Oakland needs to make some changes before Sunday, but starting a rookie quarterback doesn't mean it's the end of their season.
For Jed York, saying the right thing has never been a problem. It's been following through on those statements that's been the issue.
49ers CEO Jed York to hit the reset button on his stumbling franchise Sunday.
San Francisco finished with flourish but ultimately fell short in a season-ending 25-23 loss to Seattle.
In an effort to clean house, the 49ers have reportedly fired general manager Trent Baalke.
There's more to the upcoming NFC West clash between the 49ers and Seahawks than a win, loss or tie.
A third win Sunday could lift the 2016 team out of the franchise's historical basement — but hardly any higher.
For the second time in five weeks Saturday, Colin Kaepernick led the 49ers toward victory in the fourth quarter.
Even terrible teams have a path to joy this holiday season, as the 49ers met face-to-face with the Rams in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon for the first time since Sept. 16, 1979.
The San Francisco 49ers haven’t won a game since their home opener in September, and Saturday’s match up against the Los Angeles Rams offers a legitimate shot of snapping their 13-game losing streak.
Their home opener was against the Rams,…
San Francisco's loss to Atlanta on Sunday was the team's 13th straight loss. The 49ers blew out the Rams 28-0 in Week 1, but haven't managed to win a game since then.
The 2016 Oakland Raiders have put together a dream season for their fan base and their own confidence.
The San Francisco 49ers (1-13) were embarrassed in a 41-13 loss to the Atlanta Falcons (9-5) at Georgia Dome on Sunday afternoon.
The 49ers attempted to bolster one of their most depleted units for the 2017 season, signing linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong to a two-year extension.
The 49ers may be giving their fans the gift that they've all been waiting for this holiday season -- a new beginning.
At his Monday press conference, 49ers head coach Chip Kelly took the blame for his team's vanishing offense.
Mark Davis and Sheldon Adelson aren't vibing as well as they might need to at crunch time.
Like clockwork, the 49ers squandered an early 14-point lead before eventually falling in overtime.
The seeds of discord that were sown with the firing of coach Jim Harbaugh appear to be sprouting.
The San Francisco 49ers finally invested some of their massive amounts of saved up cap space by signing tight end Vance McDonald
Not often do the 49ers meet an opponent whose laundry list of issues is similar to theirs.
The City of Oakland and Alameda County appear to be throwing a Hail Mary with their fingers crossed.
Raiders defensive end Aldon Smith is planning to meet with the NFL and discuss his potential reinstatement.
Oakland trailed 24-9 at one point in the third quarter, but surged back for 29 unanswered points.
Colin Kaepernick will reportedly exercise his right to opt out of his player option for the 2017 season with the 49ers
In the snowy confines of Soldier Field, the 49ers seemed frozen in place during a listless 26-6 loss to the Chicago Bears Sunday.
With each game, Colin Kaepernick has been getting better and better in Chip Kelly's system.
The Raiders suffered a brief injury scare Sunday, looking forward to some potential Raiders signings in March, and a defense that's mending fences. It's all in 4 & Out for Week 12.
Make sure to consult your cardiologist before watching a Raiders football game.
One yard was the difference Sunday, enough to land the 2016 San Francisco 49ers on the wrong side of franchise history.