Police Chief Larry Esquivel has already reimbursed the team for the tickets, but the Independent Police Auditor said that may not be enough.
So Michael Crabtree isn’t happy with his role. He said so to reporters following the 49ers thrilling, possibly season-saving victory in New Orleans in which Crabtree hauled in the season-saving 51-yard bomb to set up the game-tying field goal.
The 49ers will be without the face of the defense for the stretch run after news broke Tuesday that linebacker Patrick Willis will not play another snap for the 49ers this season.
San Francisco 49er defensive lineman Ray McDonald won’t face charges related to a domestic violence arrest in his San Jose home earlier this year.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee may not be able to count Senator Dianne Feinstein among his backers for his re-election campaign.
San Francisco 49er Quarterback Colin Kaepernick has apparently heard enough from critics, and he took to Instagram minutes after the 49ers pulled out an overtime win in New Orleans to salvage their playoff chances for the 2014 campaign.
This wasn’t a pretty game from San Francisco’s perspective. But in the face of desperation, beauty is only skin deep.
The walk to the Superdome is something I’ve always enjoyed about New Orleans. Forget the car, don’t hail a cab, I’ll walk the walk.
It’s been a rough week for the 49ers: the team fell to 4-4 after a crushing defeat to the Rams, the rumors of Jim Harbaugh leaving persist, and now they’ve lost once-promising prospect Marcus Lattimore for good due to ongoing knee trouble. It appears Las Vegas bookies have taken note of the dark clouds currently circling Santa Clara, and they’ve made the three-time NFC Title Game contender a long shot to hoist the Lombardi Trophy this year.
The 49ers knew they were buying a lottery ticket in 2012 when they drafted former South Caroline running back Marcus Lattimore in the fourth round despite severe knee damage left over from a college injury. Unfortunately it doesn’t look like that ticket will hit.