SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – The 49ers offense struggled with second string quarterback Blaine Gabbert at the helm in Thursday night’s 23-3 preseason loss to the Baltimore Ravens. “We say that these games are meaningless and […]
Joe Flacco needed just one drive to show how effective the Baltimore Ravens’ offense can be under Gary Kubiak.
With the 2014 NFL season underway, predictions are already rolling in on just how far the San Francisco 49ers will go.
They are NFL coaches on opposite ends of the country, so it isn’t often that the Harbaugh brothers have a get-together in August. The exception to the rule will occur Thursday.
Most of the 180 players on the field in Baltimore Thursday evening will be competing for a roster spot as the 49ers meet the Ravens in their first preseason game Thursday at 4:30 p.m. on KPIX 5.
Want to own a piece of the place that played host to “The Catch” and the final concert of The Beatles? Here’s your chance, so long as you aren’t too picky about what that piece is.
It’s pre-season football, so you’re not going to see anything that resembles a regular season game plan with the exception of the numbers on the player’s backs. And if you’re looking for the majority of starters, they’ll be on the sidelines.
As the 49ers prepare for their first season at Levi’s Stadium, the team gave a sneak peak Tuesday to their brand new museum at their new home.
Colin Kaepernick cradled his 8-month-old nephew, Ezekiel, in his arms, then lifted him into the air, gently bouncing him up and down.
Here’s my response to a viewer who emailed a complaint about my comment about Candlestick Park being a dump.
Here’s a sneak peek behind the scenes when KPIX 5 produced a pregame show on the field before the San Francisco 49ers played their first exhibition at the brand new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.