Mike McGlinchey knows his way around a cheesesteak.
Mike McGlinchey knows his way around a cheesesteak.
The 49ers are beginning the 2021 season with a two-game East Coast trip, the first leg of which took place in Detroit last weekend.
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The 49ers returned to practice on Tuesday after an off day and, well, looked like they were coming back from an off day.
After the most energetic practice of training camp, a drop in energy was to be expected. But it didn’t.
The last time the San Francisco 49ers played in front of their own fans at Levi’s Stadium, they were celebrating an NFC Championship victory.
After an off day, the 49ers got back to work on Friday, in their eighth practice of training camp.
We’ve come to the end of a full week’s worth of 49ers practice and the consensus is clear; everyone is having a hell of a good time watching Trey Lance.
Another day, another practice where Trey Lance draws countless “oohs” and “aahs”. And it came in the first practice with pads on.
After the first off day of training camp, the 49ers were back and decidedly not better than ever on Monday.
There’s definitely no competition. Nothing to see here, folks. Just move along. Jimmy Garoppolo is the 49ers’ starter forever. Trey Lance is just a nice backup.
There’s nothing like a little reunion.
We’re starting to get into a rhythm here at 49ers camp on Day 3.
Early training camp battles often favor the defense, and that was the case on Thursday.
For the entire offseason, the 49ers had at least one explicitly and publicly-stated goal: improve the depth at quarterback.
The heartbeat of the 49ers defense is going to be around for a long time.
Everyone loves a good throwback.
It’s one of the silliest days of the year, folks: the NFL schedule release. Today is the today we can finally play out the season in our minds and convince ourselves of why a team either will or will not succeed before training camp starts.
We’ll know the 49ers’ entire schedule by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, but their opponents for Weeks 1 and 2 have already trickled out.
Well, they clearly had their priorities. The San Francisco 49ers have concluded their 2021 NFL Draft.
Another one. We’re not sure anybody saw that one coming.
The 49ers drafted a cornerback, folks. Finally.
Trades, trades, trades. The second round of the NFL began with the majority of the teams trading away their original picks and a heck of a lot of moves to get up. And if you thought the 49ers weren’t going to get in on the action, you were wrong.
You were right to be concerned.
They didn’t draft Mac Jones. You can exhale now. Or crack a beer. Celebrate, the 49ers have their franchise quarterback, and it’s a guy who’s built for the 21st century.
It’s going to be a long, long day, folks. There’s no adequate way to prepare for this chaos; you just have to appreciate it.
After 16 years, it’s the end of the road for Alex Smith.
NFL clubs today approved at a virtual league meeting an enhanced season structure that beginning in 2021 will feature each team playing 17 regular-season games and three preseason games for the first time.
This was the best chance the 49ers were going to get.
Good morning, folks. That is, to everyone but Jimmy Garoppolo.
It’s been rough few days for the Chiefs’ front office from a poaching standpoint.
No one knew just how close Trent Williams was to signing with the Kansas City Chiefs, until Tuesday.
The 49ers have added more defensive line depth to their ranks.
When the 49ers’ brass said they were intent on keeping as much of the core together as possible, they were not exaggerating.
They are not done yet, folks.
The top priority of the 49ers’ offseason has been handled. After months of speculation over whether Trent Williams would stick around, we finally have confirmation.
The 49ers, after concerns that the shrinking cap could limit their options in free agency, have made a substantial play defensive end.
After general manager John Lynch broke the news that the 49ers would be signing fullback Kyle Juszczyk, he did it again on Monday.
Well, that’s not how the news usually gets broken, but John Lynch has already proven himself as a commentator.
Besides Trent Williams and the whole will-they-won’t-they with Jimmy Garoppolo, the greatest question for the 49ers this offseason has been what on earth they would do at corner.
The 49ers’ offseason plans continue to look less and less constricted.
Well, it was about time. After eight years, 49ers general manager and longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Denver Broncos safety John Lynch has been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, as was announced on Saturday night.
During his Tuesday-night interview on ESPN’s First take with Stephen A. Smith, George Kittle was recounting the San Francisco 49ers injury-laden season when Stone Cold Steve Austin decided he would join the party.
The 49ers’ backfield will stay intact; the core of it, anyway.
We all knew this day was coming sooner rather than later.
A weird end to a weird season. It was always going to be weird. It’s 49ers versus Seahawks.
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The show began with a heartfelt video tribute to Watts as the band took the stage, before launching into “Street Fighting Man”
Vedder brought our Glen Hansard, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, former Red Hot Chili Pepper Josh Klinghoffer, and more for the hour-long set.
Monday, September 27 marks 35 years since the death of Metallica bassist Cliff Burton.
Tool will stop by the Chase Center on January 16.
Art and media icon Kat Von D stops by to talk about her brand new album and tour, and Chasta has a fangirl moment!
“We didn’t think we were going to be this huge band; we were just like, ‘OK, let’s make an album that sounds really good.'”
Ronnie Wood also added, “Charlie, we’re playing for you man, we’re playing for you.”
The 89-minute documentary covers 1993 through 1995 when Petty worked with producer Rick Rubin on his “Wildflowers” album.
That’s according to longtime manager Doc McGhee, who says the tour will wrap up “some time at the end of next year” – though the band hasn’t “locked in a date yet.”
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