It’s hard to steal all the attention during the week leading up to the Super Bowl, but Randy Moss had accomplished this feat with one statement. While it may be considered blasphemy to talk about being the greatest wide receiver in the history of the NFL, while wearing a San Francisco 49er jersey, Moss is not only entitled to his opinion, but based on his career and stats, he is not far from the truth.
Randy Moss was refreshingly candid during his Media Day session on Tuesday. Confident, too: The 49erswideout said that he believes he’s the greatest wideout in NFL history.
One of the many things that put the San Francisco 49ers square in the middle of any conversation about the greatest football franchise ever is the fact that they have never lost in a Super Bowl. With five appearances in the Big Dance, they have secured five championship rings, and this year’s team will look to add a 6th. This time around, they have a very talented Raven’s team and some extra pressure standing in the way.
No self-respecting San Francisco 49ers fan would be caught tailgating at Candlestick Park without some scarlet red and metallic gold garb. Here are some wardrobe suggestions for 49ers tailgaters that would have made Tony Morabito proud.
The former coach noted that Patriots coach Bill Belichick met earlier this year with hurry-up offense specialist and Oregon coach Chip Kelly.
Singer Kelly Clarkson and former 49ers football star Jerry Rice marked the opening of a Microsoft Store at the Village at Corte Madera…
No receiver in the history of the NFL—Rice included—has displayed the combination of size, speed, sure-handedness, intelligence and big play-making abilities like Moss.
San Francisco 49ers legend Jerry Rice helped transform Union Square into an earthquake preparedness zone Friday.
The Niners have re-emerged as the football authority Bay Area natives remember well, and are already flying high in the playoffs—it’s time to stand up, cheer loud, and have a few cold beverages while screaming for our crimson and gold NFC West Champs.
Former San Francisco 49ers legend Jerry Rice has filed a lawsuit over the failed sale of his $11 million Bay Area mansion.