Pro Football Kickoff
- Best Bars In The Bay Area To Watch The NFL's Opening Games There are a myriad of great spots to watch sports all over the San Francisco Bay Area, whether it is basketball, baseball and even soccer with the women’s World Cup having just dominated the scene. Probably the biggest sport in the Bay Area, with...
- John Madden: 49ers' Jarryd Hayne Could Pull Off Switch From Australian Rugby Star To NFL Pro The pro football world is buzzing about Australian rugby star Jarryd Hayne's debut with the 49ers, and Pro Football Hall of Famer John Madden is joining the chorus.
- 5 Things To Watch As The 49ers Kick Off Their Preseason Schedule Saturday On KPIX 5 As KPIX Prepares to broadcast the first game of the Jim Tomsula era for the San Francisco 49ers, Sports Anchor Dennis O'Donnell gives us 5 key things to look for during Saturday night's broadcast.
San Francisco 49ers
- San Francisco 49ers LB Aaron Lynch Suspended 4 Games San Francisco 49ers starting linebacker Aaron Lynch has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2016 regular season for violating the NFL substance abuse policy.
- Who’s The Best Bay Area Sports Team? It’s an argument certain to trigger hours of bar room debates and generational rifts. Who is the best sports team in San Francisco Bay Area history?
- 49ers General Counsel Seeks To Be The Best At What She Does On the field, football the San Francisco 49ers have 11 players on defense, but off the field, 34-year-old Hannah Gordon is the one protecting the red and gold. She is the team's general counsel.
- Report: Ricky Williams Almost Changed His Name To 'Rio Don' To Join Raiders Controversial but prolific running back Ricky Williams wanted to change his name and play for the Raiders at one point to get out of the spotlight.
- Brett Favre Says Raiders QB Derek Carr 'More Advanced' Than He Was In Year Three Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre had some high praise for Raiders' Derek Carr.
- Panel Studying Possible Raiders Stadium In Vegas Gets Changing Numbers A day after Las Vegas won a bid for an NHL hockey team, a governor's panel studying a proposal for a 65,000-seat stadium to lure the NFL's Oakland Raiders was met with a cascade of changing figures.