Former 49ers Star Vernon Davis Announces Retirement From NFLFormer San Francisco star tight end Vernon Davis, who spent nearly 10 years playing for the 49ers, has officially announced his retirement from the National Football League.
Former 49ers Tight End Vernon Davis Staying In WashingtonVernon Davis believes he can play for more than another half-decade and took a big step toward that goal by re-signing with the Washington Redskins on a three-year contract.
The Five Best Games In The New Orleans-San Francisco NFL RivalryFor 31 seasons, the New Orleans Saints and the San Francisco 49ers played each other every year as NFC West Division rivals, and while the teams' fortunes were quite different for most of those seasons, there were still some very memorable games.
NFL Players Battle Concussions To Get To The Super Bowl ChampionshipThe Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers are heading to Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara on Sunday, but the fight to get to Sunday’s big game has been especially hard for those players on both teams who have suffered concussions this season.
Vernon Davis Hopes To Play A Role In Super BowlVernon Davis got to sleep at home for a night in the Bay Area, stay in the same hotel where he lived during 49ers training camp last summer, and the equipment staff even promised him his old locker at Levi's Stadium this weekend.
Is Blaine Gabbert Good Enough To Lead The 49ers In 2016?Since installing QB Blaine Gabbert as the starter last month, the San Francisco 49ers have posted a 2-2 record after a 2-6 start to the season. The defense is holding its own, even on the road now, and Gabbert certainly has played well enough to win games.
49ers Thankful For Celek, Lynch And Pinion This SeasonThe San Francisco 49ers have a bye this weekend, and that makes this a perfect time to look at which players have stood out this season for the right reasons—and which players have stood out for the wrong ones.
Which Players Should The 49ers Build Around For The Future?As the San Francisco 49ers enjoy their bye week in this tough 2015 season, it's time to look forward to next season. With a 3-6 record and the current personnel problems, it will be a very different 49ers roster that takes the field at Levi's Stadium in September 2016.
49ers Are A Team In Turmoil, Headed Nowhere But DownThe San Francisco 49ers officially have benched quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and they have traded away former Pro Bowl tight end Vernon Davis.
49ers Trade Vernon Davis To Denver BroncosTight end Vernon Davis, one of the longest-tenured players on the San Francisco 49ers, has reportedly been traded to the Denver Broncos.
49ers TE Vernon Davis Denies Locker Room Friction49ers tight end Vernon Davis isn't concerned about his team's locker room despite a 2-5 start to the season that included a team-wide meeting following an Oct. 4 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
Injury Report: 49ers Banged Up But Ready For Ravens On SundayReturning back home to Levi's Stadium is a good thing for the San Francisco 49ers, even if they have several injuries to be concerned about in the training room. A few key players missed workouts on Thursday, and several others were limited in participation. How this turns out on Sunday is anyone's guess.
49ers Need To Build Momentum To Take Advantage Of Struggling RavensThe San Francisco 49ers are only 1-4 this season, and they've lost four straight games. However, after back-to-back blowout losses in Weeks 2 and 3, the 49ers have lost the last two games by closer margins.
Injury Report: 49ers Look Healthy For Sunday Night FootballAfter having a few too many injuries in recent weeks, the San Francisco 49ers are much healthier heading into their Sunday Night Football matchup with the New York Giants on the road. Only five players have reported football injuries, although each is deemed questionable for the Week 5 game.
Injury Report: 49ers Need Everyone Healthy To Beat Packers This SundayRemember when the San Francisco 49ers had such a short injury report? We knew it wouldn't last. In the modern NFL, someone is always getting hurt. It's the nature of the sport.