Category Archives: Answering your questions
On the 49ers’ list of priorities for the first round of the upcoming draft, wide receiver ranks among bottom of positions the club is looking to fill. The 49ers spent the No. 10 overall pick on a wideout in … Continue reading
Alex Smith is the starting quarterback, and the 49ers have earmarked $3 million annually over the next two seasons for David Carr. But do the 49ers have any draft needs at the most important position? It’s wide open. There … Continue reading
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While watching a little college hoops tonight, I solicited some questions for an impromptu chat session. Click here to read the topics we covered.
There were plenty of questions today about tight ends and the 49ers’ speculated interest in Leon Washington and Jared Gaither. I tried to diffuse some of those questions with an earlier post on why it does not make sense for the … Continue reading
I’m sitting in a cushy leather seat at Gate 39 at the Kansas City airport, waiting for a delayed flight to take off to Indianapolis. To pass the time, I’ll answer a few questions from my Twitter mailbag.
Here are two questions I’ve heard a lot in the past week: Are the 49ers going to trade for quarterback Donovan McNabb? Are the 49ers going to trade for receiver Brandon Marshall? The answer to one question is “absolutely … Continue reading
Question: Does anyone here need more time or evidence to form a position on Alex Smith? (BTP) Answer: Well, as a matter of fact . . . Smith has gotten better every season he has played – played – … Continue reading
Let’s put a one-week moratorium on all draft-related questions. After all, the draft itself is more than 13 weeks away. Senior Bowl practices are next week, and we’re likely to have more information about some of the top seniors in the country … Continue reading
Dwight Clark does not have an office at 49ers headquarters, but he has returned to the organization after being away for a decade. Clark is best remembered, of course, for “The Catch.” But he also presided as de facto … Continue reading
Somewhere, some dude is trying to peddle a computer with files and files of old 49ers articles and information that only I can decipher. My replacement computer is on the way after my original was so rudely removed from my … Continue reading
A large part of my job is asking questions. Sometimes I ask good questions. However, there are times when I ask really stupid questions. I generally know it’s stupid before my voice inflection changes to produce that final verbal punctuation. … Continue reading