San Francisco has loved football for quite some time. Read on for the history of tailgating in this great city.
After spending his entire major league career with the Mariners, 10-time All-Star outfielder Ichiro Suzuki was traded to the New York Yankees Monday.
Santa Clara officials have given the go-ahead for the city to begin negotiations with legendary quarterback Joe Montana for a hotel and entertainment complex across from the 49ers new stadium.
Quarterback Drew Brees said he is “extremely frustrated” with the lack of progress in his contract negotiations with New Orleans Saints management. Brees hasn’t participated in voluntary training with the club, and the team’s first off-season practices start next week.
New York fans were stunned at the trade that brought Tim Tebow to the Big Apple. What’s the point when you just extended Mark Sanchez? On the surface, they’re right. It’s a quarterback controversy waiting to happen. The whole thing could blow up in the face of Jets management.
John Madden remembers the great 49ers wide receiver as a happy guy who always had a bounce in his step. Freddie Solomon, the former Miami Dolphins and 49ers wide receiver who became known as “Fabulous Freddie” and committed himself to community service died this week at the age of 59.
Bay Area native Tom Brady was one of the last ones out of the shower, perhaps hoping some extra hot water would help take the sting out of a crushing Super Bowl loss.
When he was a kid growing up south of San Francisco, Tom Brady wanted to be Joe Montana. Now, two decades later, he might get his wish.
Some of the greatest legends of the old football era – Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, Dwight Clark, and Roger Craig – came together to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 49ers’ biggest play: ‘The Catch.’
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.