49ers Sign Veteran Kicker Dawson To Replace AkersThe Super Bowl runner-up 49ers found their man to replace David Akers, signing veteran Browns free agent Phil Dawson to a one-year contract Tuesday after he spent the day at team headquarters.
Daily Madden: Akers' Fall From GraceThe 49ers released kicker David Akers, the six-time Pro Bowl selection who finished 30th in the NFL in field goal percentage last season.
49ers Release Kicker AkersSix-time Pro Bowl kicker David Akers has been released by the San Francisco 49ers after two seasons filled with record-breaking highs and incredible lows.
Niners Expected To Release Akers Before Free Agency The San Francisco 49ers are expected to release kicker David Akers before free agency begins March 12, per a source.
2012-13 49ers Learned The Hard Way, But No Longer InexperiencedAlthough they lost the Super Bowl to the Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco learned a great deal from the game. They will use this as a learning experience and come back next year a better team because of it. The team did not reach their final goal, but continue to get closer, and will try next year to end the Lombardi Trophy drought.
Pre-Game Warmup: Harbaugh Says 49ers Are 'Ready'49ers coach Jim Harbaugh says his team is "ready" to go after what would be the franchise's sixth Super Bowl win, tying an NFL record. The coach indicated that the team practiced at a "consistently outstanding" level in the days leading up to the Big Game in the Big Easy.
49ers' Akers Calls Kicking Struggles A ‘Head Scratcher’San Francisco kicker David Akers calls his struggles this season a “head scratcher” and said if the 49ers win the Super Bowl it will erase all of his 14 misses this season.
David Akers Remains Biggest Concern For 49ers Heading Into Super BowlAs San Francisco goes down their checklist for the Super Bowl, they are missing something. The offense is clicking, the defense continues to impress, but David Akers has put a big question mark on the kicking game. In a game where 3 points could mean the difference between a win or a loss, the 49ers hope that Akers is the reliable kicker he has been for most of his career, and not the player as of late, who is anything but consistent. by Jerrell Richardson

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