Full Circle for Jets' Frank Gore Facing Familiar Foe in 49ersFrank Gore took his first snap as a pro in what seems like a lifetime ago. And in the physical, not-for-long nature of the NFL, it might as well have been.
Former 49ers RB Frank Gore Reportedly Signs With 1-Year Deal With New York JetsFormer 49ers running back Frank Gore will continue playing in 2020. He has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Jets, and the veteran running back's Twitter account seemed to confirm it.
New-Look 49ers Hosting Vikings In Monday Night OpenerThe San Francisco 49ers open their 2015 campaign on Monday Night Football, hosting the second game of a doubleheader on ESPN. The Minnesota Vikings come to Levi's Stadium for the matchup, led by an exciting young quarterback and a veteran running back with something to prove after a lost 2014 season.
Gore Says He Picked Colts To 'Play With A Great QB'Recently departed 49er Running back Frank Gore says he chose to sign with the Indianapolis Colts so that he could play with quarterback Andrew Luck.
Frank Gore Thanks 49ers, Fans For Support During 10-Year Career In San FranciscoFormer San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore, a fan favorite and the franchise's all-time leader in a number of rushing categories, has released a statement thanking the team and 49er fans for their support.
Sportsbook: Indianapolis Colts Favored To Win Super Bowl 50 At Levi's StadiumAfter a blur of off-season personnel changes, one NFL team is emerging as a favorite to win Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium – the Indianapolis Colts with new running back and former San Francisco 49er Frank Gore.
Disgruntled 49ers Fans Start Facebook Page Calling For Jed York To ResignThey are looking to raise funds for a billboard that would demand the resignation of CEO Jed York and bring community ownership to the 49ers.
Former 49ers Star Frank Gore Changes Course, Elects To Sign With Indianapolis ColtsOn 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.
Daily Madden: The 49ers In 'Disarray'The Coach talks about NFL free-trade talk that goes before players are signed, the trade rumors of 49er QB Colin Kaepernick, the signing of Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and loss of Frank Gore.
6 Offseason Moments Where You Were Forced To Admit The 49ers Are RebuildingWhen Frank Gore arrived the 49ers were coming off a 2-14 season and there was no real reason for hope among the 49er faithful. Gore's consistent performances provided that that hope on offense. A few years later the addition of Patrick Willis gave the defense a stout, punishing identity. The duo helped tick the win-loss record higher until Jim Harbaugh arrived to put all the pieces together. It's clear now that any future success for the franchise will come without any of them.
Report: 49ers Star Running Back Frank Gore Heading To EaglesAccording to ESPN, the Eagles will sign 49ers free agent running back Frank Gore to replace LeSean McCoy, who was traded to the Bills recently for linebacker Kiko Alonso.
5 Best 49ers That Might Be Gone In Free AgencyThe NFL free agency signing period is just under a week away, with Saturday marking the start of the negotiating window for unsigned players. By Tuesday, your favorite teams can start adding pieces to the puzzle for a run at Super Bowl 50. In San Francisco that means we'll likely see the remaking of the 49ers accelerate as players follow coach Jim Harbaugh out of town.
Frank Gore Buys Pizza For The Press In Potential Farewell GestureThe 49ers head coach is headed out of town, but the team's heart and soul may not be far behind.
Team Grades: Despite Little To Play For, 49ers Look Impressive In Win Over CardinalsIn the regular season finale the 49ers looked good. The offense showed up, the defense held strong, and the special teams chipped in as they beat a Cardinal team that entered the game with a chance to earn home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Frank Gore Will Eye History Sunday And Try To Join Elite CompanyThere is still one thing for the 49ers to play for this season. Frank Gore is very close to another 1,000 yard season, which will not only put him in an elite group, but will help show that he is still one of the best backs in the NFL.