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profootballtalk.com Jan 27, 2013Receiver Randy Moss emerged from retirement to play for the 49ers this season. But if he manages to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, he won’t be walking off into the sunset with it like Michael Strahan or Jerome Bettis or John Elway. Per a source with knowlShare TweetLeave it to second-year San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to provide wisdom and perspective following his team's arrival in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII. "Pressure comes from a lack of preparation," Kaepernick told reporters…Share Tweet
XTRA910 audio: Perspective on HortonCards' Defensive Rankings by Coordinator DALLAS -- Super Bowl week is about to consume the blog, but there's still time to reflect on teams other than the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers. Really, there is. Ray Horton's classic interview with XTRA Sport…Share Tweet
Nakajima quickly fitting in with new teammatesOf all the storied ballparks waiting to be visited by Hiroyuki Nakajima, the A's new shortstop just wants to see the one he'll call home this year.Share Tweet
Cespedes aiming to grow in sophomore seasonIt's hard to envision a better rookie campaign than the one Yoenis Cespedes put together for the A's in 2012. But the outfielder believes his sophomore season has the potential to trump it, so long as he remains healthy.Share TweetCNNSI.com Jan 27, 2013It's here, so get ready for the blitz. Peter King kicks off Super Bowl XLVII week by getting Alex Smith to open up, remembering the Colin Kaepernick draft and much, much more.Share Tweet
Repeat after them: A's primed to defend division titleInside Oracle Arena, where A's players and staff convened for FanFest on Sunday, expectations of keeping the American League West crown in Oakland were heard loud and clear.Share Tweet
On booze and the Super Bowlsfgate.com Jan 27, 2013On booze and the Super Bowl Do your friends know the way to your house, and have you made enough nachos and chicken wings? [...] after Mayor Ed Lee suggested Thursday that bars should serve something besides "heavy alcohol" during the game, we…Share Tweet
Five won't be a crowd in Melvin's outfield plansA's manager Bob Melvin thinks he'll manage just fine as he plans to dish out plenty of playing time to Coco Crisp and teammates Josh Reddick, Yoenis Cespedes, Chris Young and Seth Smith.Share Tweet
101ESPN St. Louis audio: Miklasz ShowPassing along: the link to my weekly NFC West conversation with Bernie Miklasz of 101 ESPN St. Louis. We covered coaching changes in Arizona, what a bye week could mean for the San Francisco 49ers, whether Jim Harbaugh is too up-tight as a coach for Sup…Share Tweet
Tattoo parlor offering $49 49ers tattoosprofootballtalk.com Jan 27, 2013Avid San Fran fans in the vicinity of Vallejo, California can put their melanocytes where their mouth is, for less money. Allied Ink Tattoos & Piercings is offering 49ers-related tattoos for only 49 dollars. “We’re super excited, so we decided, ‘WhyShare Tweet
One-Time Raiders Defensive End Anthony Smith May Be The NFL's First Sociopathic Serial Killerdeadspin.com Jan 27, 2013Anthony Smith was a defensive end for Alabama and Arizona for four years before being drafted 11th in the first round of the 1990 NFL Draft (six spots behind Junior Seau, six ahead of Emmitt Smith). He played seven seasons for the Raiders-the first fourShare Tweet
Jim Harbaugh, 49ers Arrive At Super BowlJan 27Jim Harbaugh addresses the media Sunday with the 49ers in pursuit of their sixth Super Bowl title.
San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick: 'I let him win the first one'Jan 27Why did San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick have a 1-on-1 throwing contest with head coach Jim Harbaugh?
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh dreams he runs like QB Colin KaepernickJan 27San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh shares a light moment with the media, discussing the dream he has of running like QB Colin Kaepernick.
San Francisco 49ers arrive in New OrleansJan 27Watch as the San Francisco 49ers arrive in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII. Find out why Heath Evans and Darren Sharper call the Niners' entrance "old school."