The San Francisco 49ers will make a bid next month to host the 50th Super Bowl in 2016, and announced Thursday that they are bringing in a couple of stars from the franchise’s illustrious history to help out.
Jerry Rice has chosen his sparkly Super Bowl ring, one of three he owns, to wear for Sunday’s big game. And with good reason.
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 Atlanta defense frustrated Denver QB Peyton Manning in the Falcons’ 27-21 victory over the Broncos Monday night.
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.
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.
What do you get a birthday boy who’s a football Hall of Famer and has everything? If you’re Steve Young’s wife … you get him his own flash mob…
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – South African Charl Schwartzel survived a late charge by Tiger Woods to win the Masters in an exciting final round at Augusta National. John Madden told the KCBS morning crew Schwartzel […]
Aaron Rodgers at long last casts his own shadow. All it took was a Super Bowl victory for the Green Bay Packers.