The 49ers lost their top receiver when Michael Crabtree tore his Achilles tendon in practice Tuesday. Coach Jim Harbaugh said Crabtree could return in mid-November. But John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew the 49ers should prepare for a full season without him.
Wasn’t it just yesterday I was writing about the Giants loss of Ryan Vogelsong? Was Michael Crabtree drinking the same water? Or perhaps he took a swig from Mario Manningham or Kyle Williams. Whatever the case, Crabtree’s loss is the worst of them all.
It would appear that the Kaepernicking craze that swept the Bay Area as the 49ers surged to the Super Bowl last season is finally catching on at the White House.
Once the shock of being traded from the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens wore off, Anquan Boldin called Colin Kaepernick to get a feel for the 49ers’ young quarterback.
Madden said Denver, Seattle and Kansas City have all scored big in the free agency scramble.
The San Francisco 49ers will trade Alex Smith, and, according to league sources, the deal has effectively already been agreed to. No trades can be official until the league year begins March 12.
The San Francisco 49ers have a decision to make. What to do with quarterback Alex Smith? General manager Trent Baalke said they’re not sure.
Short of the New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints—teams that employ quarterbacks with proven track records who have a handful of productive years ahead of them—the San Francisco 49ers just might have the best quarterback situation in the entire NFL.
The off-season edition of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is here—now equipped with more tattoos after a humbling Super Bowl defeat.
Still steaming over the Super Bowl loss, Colin Kaepernick packed up his belongings in the 49ers locker room and made plans with teammates to work out this offseason.