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Why 49ers’ Nick Bosa is confident he’ll improve on his sensational rookie year

Saturday, August 8th, 2020

Last year, he couldn’t fully train in the offseason when he was coming off a core-muscle injury that prematurely ended his final season at Ohio State. After he was drafted, he barely practiced before the regular-season opener because of a hamstring injury he suffered early in OTAs and a high ankle sprain he suffered early in training camp that slowed him in his first few games.

Bills’ Dawson Knox worked out with 49ers’ George Kittle this offseason

Saturday, August 8th, 2020

The All-Pro tight end for the 49ers is among the NFL’s best tight ends. A modern-day weapon at the position that can do it all. Buffalo would absolutely love to see that, especially since it’s something the team has never featured on offense.

49ers sign former first rounder Dion Jordan to 1-year deal

Friday, August 7th, 2020

He has been suspended 32 games over his career for violating NFL rules on substance abuse and performance-enhancing drugs and has also had two operations on his knee. Jordan was suspended six games for violating the substance abuse policy in 2014 and then again for the entire 2015 season. He was suspended the first 10 games last year for taking Adderall after his therapeutic use exemption had expired.

49ers sign former first rounder Dion Jordan to 1-year deal

Friday, August 7th, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers have signed defensive lineman Dion Jordan to a one-year contract. The Niners announced the deal Friday to add another former first-round pick to their talented line. Jordan was the No. 3 overall pick by Miami in 2013 but has never lived up to his billing because of injuries and substance abuse problems.

Bosa brothers have talked about eventually being teammates

Friday, August 7th, 2020

When the Bosa brothers were working out and hanging out all offseason, they had plenty of time to talk. So naturally, the thoughts of eventually being teammates crossed their minds. “Yeah, we spent every waking hour together the past six months, so obviously we have conversations like that,” 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa said, via [more]

49ers’ Shon Coleman, a cancer survivor, opts out of 2020 season

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Offensive tackle Shon Coleman hasn’t played a snap for the 49ers since he was acquired in a trade before the 2018 season. And he won’t appear in a game in 2020 either. Coleman, 28, a cancer survivor who was diagnosed with leukemia at 18, opted out of the season Thursday due to concerns about the coronavirus.

49ers announce Jake Brendel opt out, the 67th NFL player to take option

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

The 49ers announced center Jake Brendel has opted out of the 2020 season. He joins offensive lineman Shon Coleman in deciding at the deadline. The 49ers also saw receiver Travis Benjamin opt out. Brendel becomes the 67th NFL player to opt out. He signed with the 49ers in February. Brendel's only career action has come [more]

Video: 49ers DE Nick Bosa can’t blame officials’ non-call for Super Bowl loss

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa met with reporters via Zoom on Thursday and discussed a fateful third-down play that catapulted the Kansas City Chiefs’ comeback to beat the 49ers in Super Bowl LIV in February. Patrick Mahomes completed a crucial third-and-15 pass downfield to wide receiver Tyreek Hill midway through the fourth quarter, setting up the Chiefs’ comeback from a 20-10 deficit. Bosa appeared to be held by left tackle Eric Fisher on the play, but no official threw a flag.

Every NFC West team has at least one opt-out for 2020 NFL season

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

With the NFL opt-out deadline only six hours away, all four NFC West teams will have at least one player not taking part in 2020. That changed after news broke of Marcus Gilbert opting out, as one San Francisco 49ers player also opted out on Tuesday. Let’s take a look.

‘We cried’: 49ers’ Raheem Mostert to play season away from family over virus concerns

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

It was a very long and tough discussion with my wife,” Mostert said. The discussions we’ve had, man, have been long and extensive. But she understands the importance of me being out here and being able to provide for the family and all those good things.