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Presumably, he’ll be wearing his Giants hat. After showing his support in a possibly expensive way, 49ers quarterback Alex Smith will throw out the first pitch tonight when the San Francisco Giants open the playoffs tonight against the Cincinnati Reds,
Programming note: Headed for Bills-49ersUpdated Oct 6, 2012 Share TweetNFC West teams play one game in the geographic West this week and I'll be there Sunday. The Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers are scheduled for a 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff from Candlestick Park. That works out to roughly 1:25 local time, by my calculatio…Share TweetKevin Kolb started the Arizona Cardinals' first seven games last season before a turf-toe injury sidelined him for four games. Kolb then made two starts before a concussion suffered during an inadvertent collision ended his season. 2011-2012 Kolb: Weeks…
Three Niners avoid fines from Jets gameUpdated Oct 6, 2012 Share TweetEvery Friday (or thereabouts), a stream of reports emerges regarding the fines imposed on players who did things during games they shouldn’t have done. Rarely is it mentioned when players don’t get fined. A trio of 49ers won’t be able to surrender
Whisenhunt: Cards need rest more than remedial workUpdated Oct 6, 2012 Share TweetThere’s nothing Ken Whisenhunt would rather be doing that having his guys in pads working this weekend. But the Cardinals coach also thinking about the long haul, which is why he’s giving them some down time. After a sloppy showing in their first lossShare TweetThe Seattle Seahawks are sticking with their rookie quarterback, Russell Wilson. With that in mind, I've dialed up the team's yards-per-touch numbers from the first four games this season. I've compared them to the team's averages for the first four gam…
XTRA910 audio: Such an unusual weekUpdated Oct 6, 2012 Share TweetGood morning. My usual Friday conversation with Dan Bickley and Mike Jurecki on XTRA Sports 910 AM got me thinking about the unusual: Rams winning two straight: The Rams' 17-3 victory over Arizona on Thursday night gave St. Louis victories in back-to-ba…Share TweetLike the call that handed the Seahawks the win over the Packers two Mondays ago, the ruling in the Braves-Cardinals death match was complex enough to trip up the layman. The call on Golden Tate's "touchdown" could, if you squinted, have been j…Source: deadspin.com