Former Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush has reached a deal with the San Francisco 49ers…
After a blur of off-season personnel changes, one NFL team is emerging as a favorite to win Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium – the Indianapolis Colts with new running back and former San Francisco 49er Frank Gore.
The 26-year-old has reportedly reached a 4-year deal that could total $32 million if all incentives are reached, according to the Washington Post. CBS Sports is hearing similar numbers for the young corner.
Season ticket holders have begun putting their personal seat licenses – the price you have to pay for the right to buy season tickets – on sale on the secondary market, and many of the listings are actually below the original price paid before the 2014 season.
49er fans are none too happy with the off-season upheaval in Santa Clara, and they’ve clearly found a target for their anger CEO Jed York. Now, one man says he’s making it his personal mission to see that York is kicked out of the 49er Empire.
They are looking to raise funds for a billboard that would demand the resignation of CEO Jed York and bring community ownership to the 49ers.
Former Baltimore Raven Torrey Smith is coming to San Francisco to fill in the void by the expected departure of free agent wide receiver Michael Crabtree.
On Sunday news broke that the longtime 49ers running back would be headed to Philadelphia on a three year deal. But as of Tuesday morning, the day NFL free agents can actually sign new deals – Gore had a new likely destination, according to ESPN insider Adam Schefter.
Patrick Willis, the man considered the heart and soul of the San Francisco 49ers defensive unit announced his retirement from football Tuesday with an emotional speech where he spoke of the challenges to stayng healthy and his happiness of looking forward the next chapter in his life.
The Coach talks about NFL free-trade talk that goes before players are signed, the trade rumors of 49er QB Colin Kaepernick, the signing of Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and loss of Frank Gore.