SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
Without hearing about the San Francisco 49ers current quarterback situation, especially when it comes to former star quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Though the season is still far enough in the future that things could change between now and then, prognosticators are predicting that the San Francisco 49ers will finish near or at the bottom of the NFL in terms of games won in 2016.
The 49ers, for their lack of significant talent or depth, have only a few unsettled spots in their presumptive opening day starting lineup. That of course is led by the quarterback position where new head coach Chip Kelly will make his first critical move of his 49er tenure.
Throughout much of the 2000s, the San Francisco 49ers finished towards the cellar of the NFC West Division. After an eight-year spell vanquished from the playoffs, the drought ended through the emergence of young quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The defense was anchored by linebacker Patrick Willis.
Jed York was rolling along this offseason, staying well behind the scenes letting his hired football staff be the public voice and face of his football team. His hiring of Chip Kelly was the perfect distraction for the media to let feast upon
he San Francisco 49ers have been searching for someone that can partner with Aaron Lynch to get to the quarterback and might have found that in their 5th round draft pick, Ronald Blair. Blair was a second-team all-state pick in Georgia, but ended up at App. State
It didn't seem long ago that a particular San Francisco 49ers cornerback/safety was getting toasted by then Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall for three touchdowns in a game back in 2014. Fast forward to two years later and that individual, Jimmie Ward, is starting to get talked about as a player the 49ers
The San Francisco 49ers did not have glaring needs at the running back position heading into the 2016 NFL draft, but given GM Trent Baalke’s and coach Chip Kelly’s desire to feature a run-heavy approach, taken together with Carlos Hyde’s susceptibility
San Francisco 49ers running back, Jarryd Hayne, is one-and-done after a lone season in the NFL. The fan-favorite grew a cult following as a premier rugby player in Australia. He is the first to successfully transition to the NFL. Hayne ended his NFL career
According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, the Philadelphia Eagles received calls with trade interest for running back Darren Sproles in the middle of the NFL draft and the San Francisco 49ers, lead by Sproles former head coach Chip Kelly,
In case you missed it, on Sunday, May 15th, Jarryd Hayne announced a sudden retirement due to the opportunity to compete with Fiji Rugby Stevens for the 2016 Olympics in Rio. There was a lot of things to look forward to for Hayne after a promising start as a rookie for the Niners
Jarryd Hayne’s ride as a football player with the San Francisco 49ers was uneventful and incredible. How a story can exist that was marked by so few highlights yet captured something so powerful is the beauty in Hayne’s story. Hayne announced his retirement from football on Sunday.
Even if the 49ers offense doesn’t improve statistically in 2016, it should at least be significantly more creative than the Geep Chryst...
Going into 2016 NFL draft, the San Francisco 49ers had needs at the wide receiver position but made sure not to reach for one, perhaps in reaction to the misguided decision to select A.J. Jenkins in the 1st round