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KNBR Conversation: Jed York of 49ers
KNBR Conversation: Jed York of 49ers Take us to the locker room (after the NFC Championship Game win over the Falcons) - having your mom and your dad and your uncle, and your team going back to the Super Bowl ... Can you just tell us what it was like to…Upvote Share Tweet
Ahmad Brooks: big numbers at good priceAhmad Brooks: big numbers at good price The least-heralded member of one of the NFL's best corps of linebackers might lead the 49ers in at least one category: biggest bargain. Jim Harbaugh said they aren't regretting their financial commitment after the…Upvote Share Tweet
Frank Gore always working, just like momFrank Gore always working, just like mom Long before he burrowed his way into the Super Bowl, darting through small holes and dancing through slender creases, Frank Gore carved out his persona as a workingman's running back. Gore rambled for nearly 300 …Upvote Share Tweet
Raiders' Reece craves Pro Bowl awardRaiders' Reece craves Pro Bowl award Raiders' Reece craves Pro Bowl award Some players go through the motions in the Pro Bowl, afraid to get injured in what is a glorified scrimmage. Reece is the only representative from the two Bay Area teams, as the 4…Upvote Share Tweet
SF 49ers colors, but no players, in citySF 49ers colors, but no players, in city San Francisco has lit up eight civic buildings, and Mayor Ed Lee is set to declare "Red and Gold" week and ask all city workers to wear team caps - joining the toll takers on the Golden Gate Bridge. In …Upvote Share Tweet
On Alex Smith's future beyond the 49ersAlex Smith 3-year Starting Stats ESPN's John Clayton offers some thoughts in the video above regarding Alex Smith's future beyond the San Francisco 49ers' current season. I've put together a companion chart showing traditional and advanced stats for the…Upvote Share Tweet
Kaepernick benefits from ironman offensive lineprofootballtalk.com Updated Jan 26, 2013While the play of quarterback Colin Kaepernick has certainly been exceptional, he has also benefitted from playing behind a stable, and very good 49ers offensive line. The five starting linemen played every game, and the right side of his line hasn’t miUpvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Jan 26, 2013When the Bears were looking for a head coach to replace Lovie Smith, their list of candidates skewed heavily toward the offensive side of the ball. Former 49ers head coach and Bears icon Mike Singletary was the exception. There were suggestions that Sin…Upvote Share Tweetnytimes.com Updated Jan 26, 2013The Baltimore Ravens, a traditional defensive powerhouse, will face the San Francisco 49ers' speed and youth. Tom Jolly and Carl Nelson have their annual debate on who will win.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL32: Rob Ryan, Joe Flacco and SpagsPassing along: Chris Mortensen's thoughts on the Rob Ryan hiring in St. Louis, Trent Dilfer's take on how Joe Flacco should attack the San Francisco 49ers' defense, and Herm Edwards' thoughts on New Orleans' firing of former Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo.Upvote Share TweetA few thoughts after a district attorney in San Francisco announced no charges would be filed "at this time" against 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree, who had been questioned in a sexual-assault investigation: No surprise. There was never any i…Upvote Share Tweet
SF 49ers in the Super Bowl - no sizzleSF 49ers in the Super Bowl - no sizzle SUPER BOWL XLVII Sure, people are excited, but when Coach Jim Harbaugh's team knocked off the Atlanta Falcons and punched their Super-ticket, the city was ... pleased. [...] in the 18 years since the 49ers have bee…Upvote Share Tweet
Alex Smith's Future With The 49ersJan 26John Clayton gives his take on what the future holds for Alex Smith.
Crabtree Won't Be ChargedJan 2649ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree will not have criminal charges filed against him in relation to an alleged sexual assault after the team's playoff victory against the Packers.
Super Bowl XLVII -- Flacco has arrivedJan 26The Joe Flacco debate is essentially over. He will paid like an elite quarterback, no matter what his critics think.