Former NFL, Stanford Coach Dennis Green Dies At 67Former NFL coach Dennis Green, who coached the Stanford Cardinal football program in the late 1980s and was an assistant for the San Francisco 49ers, died Friday at the age of 67.
Fantasy Football 2016: Top 10 Running BacksThis year's crop of potential RB 1s is a deep and potentially draft-changing one if you choose wisely.
Keidel: Rooney Rule Really Not WorkingThe Rooney Rule, put in place to ensure NFL teams consider minority candidates for head coach positions, hasn't led to more hirings.
Fantasy Football 2016: Top 10 QuarterbacksQuarterback is the backbone of your fantasy team. Getting one of these ten guys likely means consistently high numbers from that spot.
San Francisco 49ers LB Aaron Lynch Suspended 4 GamesSan Francisco 49ers starting linebacker Aaron Lynch has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2016 regular season for violating the NFL substance abuse policy.
Keidel: Tom Brady Suspended... Get Over It, Pats FansTom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback, will be sidelined for four games to start the 2016 NFL season for his part in DeflateGate.
5 Most Fan-Friendly NFL Training CampsFootball fans can start getting excited. Pre-season is almost upon us and ow is the time to start making plans to attend your favorite team’s training camp.
NFC West: Three Burning Questions For Each Team Entering Training CampThis year, the Seahawks aren't the only team looking to take down the Cards, but each NFC West team has some important questions to answer heading into 2016.
Ricky Williams Says NFL Drug Tested Him ‘At Least 500 Times’Former running back Ricky Williams says he went through "at least 500" drug tests during his 11-year NFL career.
Brett Favre Says Raiders QB Derek Carr 'More Advanced' Than He Was In Year ThreeHall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre had some high praise for Raiders' Derek Carr.
Report: Chip Kelly And 49ers GM Trent Baalke Already Having IssuesIf new reports are true, history may be repeating itself in an expedited fashion in San Francisco.
Twitter Denies Reports Of Massive Computer BreachA day after the NFL revealed its official Twitter account had been hacked, the San Francisco social media giant was denying new reports Thursday of a massive security breach.