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.
Fullback Bruce Miller of the San Francisco 49ers was arrested last week on suspicion of spousal battery in Santa Clara, according to police.
Many football pundits have Ndamukong Suh listed as the top fee agent, and it looks like the Oakland Raiders are interested in adding him to the middle of their defensive line.
Report: Former San Francisco 49er Ray McDonald Won’t Face Charges Over December Sexual Assault Allegations
McDonald was released by the 49ers after this latest allegation and is currently a free agent.
The coach talks about Florida State’s Xavier Rathan-Mayes scoring an astonishing 30 points in 4 1/2 minutes against Miami Wednesday night, the drug addiction problems surrounding Los Angeles Angels’ outfielder Josh Hamilton, the Detroit Lions release of Reggie Bush and issues with other injured NFL running backs.
If the Raiders are willing to share a stadium with the Chargers why not share with the 49ers instead? It’s been a question asked countless times since the news broke that Oakland was considering a joint venture with San Diego.
It’s the countdown happening all across the Bay Monday — it’s officially 50 weeks until Super Bowl 50. Kiet Do has more on what’s on tap to build up all the hype for the big game.
The proposed $1.7 billion Chargers-Raiders stadium in Carson would be built on top of a half-century-old landfill and close to Interstate 405, two things that have made some residents uneasy with the idea.
Ted Wells. Have you heard of him? If you haven’t, you might want to make yourself familiar with him because he might be the single-most important person in the NFL right now.
Study: Young Football Players Get Fewer Head Injuries When Their Coaches Know Proper Tackling Fundamentals
The data showed players who competed for coaches with training in USA Football’s “Heads-Up Football” program were better protected than those who did not.