The 49ers’ 2020 schedule has been released.
The 49ers’ 2020 schedule has been released.
Few players had the impact on Joe Staley that Frank Gore did.
If Day 3 of the NFL Draft has the reputation for being a snoozefest, that certainly wasn’t the case for the 49ers on Saturday.
After 13 years with the 49ers organization, offensive tackle Joe Staley announced his retirement on Saturday.
If you were betting on the 49ers making multiple trades in the first round, you were right. If you were betting on them trading up in the first, well, you must be a genius or a liar.
Javon Kinlaw has to fill the monumental shoes of DeForest Buckner. In a phone call with reporters, Kinlaw answered questions about the status of his knee, which suffers from tendinitis.
Very few mock drafts predicted this. The 49ers found themselves monumental beneficiaries of an insane 2020 Draft, thanks to the New York Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars and Oakland Raiders.
The 49ers may be willing to part with some core pieces, according to The Athletic’s Michael Lombardi.
One University of California-San Francisco doctor is arguing that the 49ers’ loss in Super Bowl LIV might have been a good thing for his city.
It’s not of the earth-shattering variety, but the 49ers have poached talent from a division opponent.
The question was, if the 49ers are going to try and keep DeForest Buckner and George Kittle and Jimmie Ward and Emmanuel Sanders, where is all this money coming from. The answer? Trading Buckner.
The San Francisco 49ers today announced they have signed DL Arik Armstead to a five-year contract extension through the 2024 season.
As expected, the San Francisco 49ers did not acquire any additional draft compensation through the NFL’s compensatory pick process.
There may be no position more polarizing and enticing than wide receiver. It is notoriously difficult to evaluate, but the 2020 wide receiver draft class is one which has been touted as tremendous.
The loss wasn’t exactly removed from Shanahan’s mind.
On the day of the 49ers’ locker room clean out following the 31-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV, the team announced 14 signings, nine of which come from the team’s end-of-year practice squad.
As it turns out, both teams in the Super Bowl were quite good, but the Chiefs offense, so-oft discussed, outlasted the 49ers’ and came back yet for the third-straight time in the playoffs in a 31-20 Chiefs win.
In the days and hours before the biggest game of the 49ers season — the biggest game of any team’s season — they have been working on chasing next year’s Super Bowl, too.
Nick Bosa was such a force on the edge of the 49ers’ line that he even received votes for the All-Pro team at a very competitive position.
This time it comes in the form of a $1 million bet on the 49ers to win the game, a bet that if Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale wins, would net him $1.2 million, via the Action Network. McIngvale is placing the bet in large part to offset a promotion at his Gallery Furniture stores.
On Wednesday, the majority of 49ers players and coaches spoke, but the conference hall atmosphere was far less hectic than the Opening Night swarm of Monday night.
Super Bowl week is heavy on the frills and light on normalcy.
The conclusion of Dee Ford’s time with the Kansas City Chiefs was not as bitter as it was made to seem.
George Kittle is not one to often criticize Jimmy Garoppolo. But he was asked on Super Bowl Opening Night what a “not-so-perfect” side of Garoppolo is, and obliged without much hesitation.
It’s easy to forget that before he was considered arguably the best quarterback in the NFL, Patrick Mahomes rode the bench behind former 49ers quarterback Alex Smith.
The defining theme of the 49ers season, as head coach Kyle Shanahan described it, is the team’s “ability to win in different ways.”
If you weren’t already aware, George Kittle is quite the wrestling fan.
The NFC Championship — and its trophy — belongs to the San Francisco 49ers.
The 49ers were dominant and efficient, a bullying squad that ran right through the NFC playoffs, including a 37-20 beatdown of the Packers on Sunday at Levi’s Stadium, getting them to Super Bowl LIV.
George Kittle didn’t have a big game in the 49ers NFC Championship beatdown over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, but instead saved his best moment for afterwards.
On Sunday, expectations met reality.
For about a week, the 49ers were worried that they would be losing defensive coordinator Robert Saleh for the Cleveland Browns’ open head coaching position.
When training camp gets underway, there are always players who catch your eye. Azeez Al-Shaair was one of those players.
There will never be another first Super Bowl win for the San Francisco 49ers. No repeat of “The Catch.”
Quietly appearing on the 49ers’ injury report Wednesday was George Kittle, who did not practice and reportedly is dealing with ankle soreness.
With each week, as the 49ers’ success has continued to prove itself as legitimate and sustainable, the rabble in the press conference room at Levi’s Stadium has steadily grown.
Turns out Nick Bosa was a pretty good pick after all.
Joe Staley has trouble sleeping for games. It wasn’t always this way, but this season, Staley said, he’s started to get anxious. His sleep patterns are now interspersed with early-morning jolts. It’s not any sort of chronic insomnia, just game-related.
Jimmy Garoppolo, fullback?
Yes, there were nerves, some first-time-in-the-playoffs behavior and pull-your-hair-out decisions.
If you’re looking for stats to prove how much better Jimmy Garoppolo is than Kirk Cousins, you’re in the wrong place.
Zakk talks with Al and thanks the 49ers for putting BONEHEADS into the Gold Mine section for the Divisional Playoffs Game!
For the second-straight day in Santa Clara, the returns of three 49ers looked to remain on course.
After the conclusion of the 49ers’ nailbiting, 26-21 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle, Jimmy Garoppolo tossed a ball into the crowd.
The Minnesota Vikings’ 26-20 win over the New Orleans Saints means the Vikings will head to the inaugural playoff game at Levi’s Stadium against the 49ers on Saturday, January 11. It will be the sixth time the two teams have faced off in the playoffs, all but one of which have been home games for San Francisco.
The NFL announced the 2019 All-Pro teams on Friday morning, with three members of the 49ers making the cut and four others receiving votes.
Kwon Alexander is back at 49ers practice. A return shouldn’t be possible after he tore his right pectoral against the Arizona Cardinals on October 31.
A lot of good came from the 49ers’ win over the Seahawks on Sunday.
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Drummer for Dio, Black Sabbath, and brother to Carmine, Vinny Appice talks to Chasta about their recent tribute to the late Ronnie James Dio, about life in the era of Coronavirus, and the power of music.
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Guns N’ Roses was slated to stop by Oracle Park on August 5, 2020.
The tour was supposed to make a stop at Concord Pavilion on August 1, 2020.
Legendary drummer Carmine Appice sat down to chat, remotely of course, with Chasta about his recent video tribute to Ronnie James Dio
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