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Willis isn’t practicing, Davis is for Niners

Willis isn’t practicing, Davis is for Niners

profootballtalk.com ESPN.com Updated Sep 24, 2013
As the San Francisco 49ers prepare to face on a short week a team they couldn’t beat in 2012 after losing a pair of 2013 games by the combined score of 56-10, the injury report has good news, and it has bad news. The bad news is that linebacker Patrick …
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  • Video - Short week, long list of problems for the San Francisco 49ers 02:39

    Short week, long list of problems for the San Francisco 49ers

    Sep 24
    The San Francisco 49ers continue to battle growing problems on and off the field, but put their focus on Thursday's matchup with the St. Louis Rams.
  • Video - Washington Redskins linebacker Fletcher: 'Not wise' for San Francisco 49ers to play linebacker Aldon Smith 00:55

    Washington Redskins linebacker Fletcher: 'Not wise' for San Francisco 49ers to play linebacker Aldon Smith

    Sep 24
    Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher feels the San Francisco 49ers could have made a better decision for the team and Aldon Smith by keeping him out of Sunday's game.
  • Video - 'NFL Total Access': San Francisco 49ers lacking playmakers 03:31

    'NFL Total Access': San Francisco 49ers lacking playmakers

    Sep 24
    Don't blame QB Colin Kaepernick for all the San Francisco 49ers' problems, plenty of his teammates deserve some blame, too, according to the "NFL Total Access" crew.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Through three weeks, AFC proving to be the more dominant confer…

    Sep 24
    At just three weeks, the sample size is admittedly small. And the conclusions and big-picture significance for the NFL season are far from clear as September winds down. But to put it less than gently, has anyone noticed how much NFC butt the AFC is kic…
  • Cameron Crazy: Why The Revamped Saints are 3-0

    Sep 24
    Cameron Jordan (94) and the Saints held Atlanta to 88 rushing yards in the opener; overall New Orleans is fourth in the league in total defense. (Greg Nelson/Sports Illustrated) For two years, since they were selected 11th and 24th in the first round of…