Jerry Rice, Roger Craig and Charles Haley have a combined eight Super Bowl rings with the 49ers. All three are finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Rice, the holder of every significant receiving record in NFL history, is a lock to be among the four to seven enshrines who will be announced […]
There has been plenty of competition at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., this week. And a lot of that competition took place among individuals seeking jobs on NFL coaching staffs. Former 49ers linebacker Jeff Ulbrich said he feels fortunate to land a coveted position on Pete Carroll’s coaching staff with the Seattle Seahawks. […]
Tom Wittum, a two-time Pro Bowl punter who played for the 49ers from 1973-’77, died Friday, Jan. 22, the team announced this afternoon. He was 60.
Billy Wilson, who led the NFL in receptions three times in the 1950s despite playing in the shadow of the 49ers’ famed “Million Dollar Backfield,” died this morning. He was 81.
The 49ers will be represented for the second consecutive year during the Super Bowl coin toss ceremony prior to Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa on Feb. 1
Bryant Young might be heading back to Notre Dame.
When it comes time to fill out my ballot for postseason awards, I have a pretty good idea whom I’m going to tab as “Comeback Player of the Year.” Right now, Buccaneers receiver Antonio Bryant has my vote.
Six former 49ers, including running back Roger Craig, took a step closer to induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, it was announced today.
The 49ers will honor Hall-of-Fame defender Fred Dean on Dec. 7 at halftime of the game against the New York Jets, the 49ers have announced. But it’s not too early to look at the nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2009.