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The last time a report card was this easy to fill out was 1967. I was 9 months old, and I told my parents that the 49ers deserved failing grades across the board for their 45-3 loss to the Detroit Lions at Kezar Stadium on Oct. 29, 1967.
I sat down to speak with 49ers team president Jed York on Thursday to talk about various aspects of the Michael Crabtree situation, as well as several other topics. The audio can be heard by clicking here. For those who don’t want to sit through the entire 10-minute, 23-second interview, here is the transcript:
I’ll apologize in advance for this one. We’re working on putting podcasts up on the blog, so I decided to test it today with some thoughts on the 49ers’ tampering charges against the New York Jets. Wisely or not, I decided to involve my children. The reason I’m out of breath a little later is because I did my best to outrun them. Anyway, here it is…
Questions for the coach Mike Singletary will meet with the media at 12:15 p.m. to discuss the happenings of the weekend, mostly notably the 49ers’ 20-16 season-opening victory over the Cardinals.
Sanders speaks for Crabtree The 49ers dispute Deion Sanders’ statement that two teams contacted the 49ers in an attempt to trade for receiver Michael Crabtree.
Veteran cornerback Dre’ Bly signed a one-year contract with the 49ers just one day after the club announced starter Walt Harris would undergo season-ending surgery on his right knee.
The season of pre-draft visits began today with several prospects visiting the 49ers’ new-and-improved facility.
UPDATE: This entry was posted a couple hours before news broke that the Broncos traded Jay Cutler to the Bears. Obviously, the Bears were not one of the teams mentioned as a “leader” get to Cutler. The 49ers, apparently, never surfaced as a serious player. * * * There are reportedly three top candidates to land Jay Cutler, the future former Broncos quarterback. And the 49ers are not among the…
Veteran receiver Isaac Bruce spoke with 49ers coach Mike Singletary this morning and told him what is on his mind.
Veteran Marvel Smith officially signed a two-year contract with the 49ers. Does that eliminate the need for the team to draft an offensive lineman with the No. 10 overall pick?
We (I) jumped the gun on the Michael Oher visit.
For the first time in decades — perhaps in the history of the organization – 49ers assistant coaches have been ruled off-limits to the media.
One of the more pressing needs for the 49ers when free agency began was offensive tackle. The 49ers took a wait-and-see approach at that position through nearly three weeks. Now, they’re making a move.
The 49ers have agreed to terms with free-agent defensive end Demetric Evans, formerly of the Washington Redskins. It is a two-year deal worth $3.8 million.