Just days after watching a once promising runner with a high draft pedigree walk out of town the Oakland Raiders have added a new one.
The coach that returned the San Francisco 49ers to glory is gone. The star running back left. The team’s all-pro linebacker retired and the guy who was supposed to replace him just did the same.
It’s a remarkable decision for a 24-year-old who stood to make millions playing in the NFL, but it says so much about how the conversation has shifted.
Former 49er Ray McDonald is set to fire a lawsuit Monday morning claiming that a woman who accused him of rape last year defamed him and intentionally interfered with his livelihood.
In the wake of the loss of head coach Jim Harbaugh, the departure of several key players and numerous off the field issues, disgruntled San Francisco 49ers fans seek money for a billboard urging the resignation of team owner Jed York.
Police in Santa Clara released additional details Thursday on last week’s arrest of 49ers fullback Bruce Miller on suspicion of spousal battery.
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.
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.