This is the May 6, 2013 news archive. View today's 49ers rumors and news.
Former Raiders receiver Ronald Curry has joined the 49ers’ coaching staff. The 33-year-old Curry, a 2002 seventh-round draft pick of the Raiders who played in Oakland for seven seasons, will be an offensive assistant, the 49ers announced today. “The 4
Share TweetOne week after being released by the Cardinals, Adam Snyder is back for another stint with the 49ers. The veteran offensive lineman signed a two-year contract with the club Monday, the team said. Snyder, 31, started 14 games for Arizona in 2012. He had …Share TweetIf you thought the 49ers had a lot of leverage in the 2013 NFL draft, just wait until next year. Peter King is reporting that, as part of the Alex Smith trade, Kansas City will send it’s second round pick in 2014 to San Francisco if the Chiefs finish 8-Share TweetHow did the Vikings make this year's biggest first-round splash? Peter King explains, breaks down the most daunting tasks facing rookies on this year's schedule, and more.Source: CNNSI.com
NFL - Tough market for veteran playersMay 6Teams need to spend an average of 89 percent of their cap space, but they're not throwing money at veterans, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
Peter King: By balancing draft philosophies, Vikings hit first-round paydi…May 6It struck me during the draft, while watching the Rams go hard after Tavon Austin and Alec Ogletree, that there are four kinds of draft strategists in football today: