Category Archives: 2010 draft
The second round has just opened with the Rams selecting offensive lineman Rodger Saffold. But 49ers running back Frank Gore is still quite pleased with the performance of his team in the first round.
The 49ers might have been prudent to check for structural integrity of the stage in the press conference room before allowing Anthony Davis and Mike Iupati to be introduced today in Santa Clara. After all, we’re talking about 650-plus pounds … Continue reading
After the first round of the NFL draft on Thursday, that seems to be one certainty for the 49ers: They are not going to take an offensive lineman in the second round. Well, at least we don’t think they … Continue reading
Some observations from Santa Clara after the first round of the NFL draft: –The 49ers might not hire a general manager, per se, to replace Scot McCloughan, but it sure looks as if Trent Baalke has put himself in … Continue reading
Wow, is it already time for the draft to begin? Where did the time go? Follow the pick-by-pick intrigue right here . . .
OK, who can read lips? The 49ers have live streaming video on the website of their draft room. If you look at the video screen (it’s not on all the time), the black curtain on the left side of … Continue reading
In my feeble attempt to confirmation that I was 100-percent accurate in my rankings of the first 14 players on the 49ers’ draft board, I placed a call to a team spokesman in Santa Clara just moments ago. On … Continue reading
In trying to reconstruct the 49ers’ draft board that I saw in a dream last night, the first 10 names came off relatively easy. This is where it gets difficult . . . just as the 49ers are ready … Continue reading
Imagine for a moment that your job is to cover the San Francisco 49ers. You’re walking through the team offices when the door to the mysterious draft room swings open just wide enough to catch a complete glimpse of the … Continue reading
OK, this is it. This is my final mock draft . . . until there’s a major trade today and this sucker instantly becomes obsolete. * * *