Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco 49ers’

49ers mailbag: Will Dee Ford be healthy? Will Jalen Hurd be a tight end?

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Before Ford missed most of the final six games with a hamstring injury, he played just 37 percent of the defensive snaps. In the playoffs, when his hamstring had healed, he played 52 percent of the snaps. Did the 49ers surrender a second-round pick and dole out a five-year, $85 million contract for a situational pass-rusher?

You can only keep 3, 49ers’ uniform edition

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

SB Nation tweeted what a perfect sports jersey looks like. The 49ers decision to go back to its original look and get rid of the darker reds or shadows behind the numbers. In honor of 4/9, let’s talk about the best 49ers jerseys.

49ers’ mailbag: Will Dee Ford be healthy? Will Jalen Hurd be a tight end?

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Before Ford missed most of the final six games with a hamstring injury, he played just 37 percent of the defensive snaps. In the playoffs, when his hamstring had healed, he played 52 percent of the snaps. Did the 49ers surrender a second-round pick and dole out a five-year, $85 million contract for a situational pass-rusher?

A Bay Area county official said sporting events like San Francisco 49ers home games are unlikely to resume until late November due to the coronavirus

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Sporting events in the Bay Area county of Santa Clara may not resume until November as the world continues to fight the coronavirus disease. The news could affect the NFL's San Francisco 49ers, which plays its home games in the county's Levi's Stadium. The San Francisco Bay Area was the first US region to enforce a shelter-in-place order on March 17.

Watch: Santa Clara County Public Health Department gives update on coronavirus crisis, April 9

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

If the video isn’t visible on your mobile device, click here. Santa Clara County public health officials give updates on the COVID-19 crisis.

How 49ers’ Robbie Gould is navigating offseason workouts, home schooling children

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Instead, the league and the NFLPA are working out ways to handle the offseason proceedings as all team facilities have been closed until further notice. It includes doing the three-day NFL Draft starting April 23 virtually with executives and decision-makers operating from their home offices. The quarantine orders from state governments haven’t dramatically impacted offseason life for all players.

Can the 49ers reach 60 sacks as a team in 2020?

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

It’s rare for a team to eclipse 50 sacks in a season as a team. The San Francisco 49ers were dominant in 2019 along the defensive line, and they finished the season with 48 sacks. Looking at their schedule, a handful of blowouts prevented the Niners from playing their starters for four quarters, so, if anything, San Francisco’s sack and pressure rate don’t tell the full story of how dominant the defensive line was a season ago.

NFL What Ifs: What if the 49ers drafted Aaron Rodgers in 2005?

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

In the latest of a series examining NFL hypotheticals, we assess what the league might have looked like had the 49ers drafted Aaron Rodgers.

Golden Nuggets: Bobby Wagner says Seahawks are the team to beat in NFC West

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Fans of every team have optimism that their team will make a run in the upcoming season. We saw the San Francisco 49ers go from 4-12 in 2018 to a Super Bowl appearance last season, continuing with the NFL trend where a cellar dweller from the year before makes it to the playoffs one year later. One of the teams they beat out is their divisional rival Seattle Seahawks, who are on a great run under Pete Carroll, making the postseason seven out of the last eight years and winning a Super Bowl in 2013.

The practically perfect under-the-radar prospect for 49ers and Kyle Shanahan

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Memphis’ Antonio Gibson is listed on his NFL.com draft profile as a wide receiver. Pigeonholing him into one position is impossible though, which is what makes him an intriguing name to connect to San Francisco. Gibson measured in at 6-0, 228 pounds at the NFL combine, which is more of a prototypical running back build than wide receiver.