Category Archives: Singletary press briefings
***UPDATE: ESPN reports Michael Crabtree and Eugene Parker are coming to the Bay Area to reopen contract talks with 49ers. Actually, they’re opening talks because there has been no negotiations up to this point. * * * Game … Continue reading
Running back Frank Gore nursed a right ankle injury last week, taking part in limited practice. On the first play on which he touched the ball, Gore came up hobbling. But 49ers coach Mike Singletary says the injury sustained … Continue reading
The 49ers have won two games this season while fashioning the league’s 30th-ranked passing attack. There will be a time when the 49ers need a little more production from quarterback Shaun Hill. But coach Mike Singletary said he hopes … Continue reading
Singletary: We got our tails kicked up front Mike Singletary just concluded his first day-after game press conference to wrap up the team’s 20-16 victory over the Cardinals.
Coach Mike Singletary said he wants receiver Isaac Bruce to play for the 49ers this season, but they are giving him plenty of time to make a decision. Singletary said he hopes to have his answer by the first of … Continue reading
You’ve seen the excerpts from Mike Singletary’s season-ending press conference. And, now, here is the Q&A session in its entirety (courtesy of the fine folks in the 49ers’ public-relations department who transcribed every syllable).
Coach Mike Singletary just conducted his after-season press conference, a 30-minute affair that focused on his pursuit to establish an offensive philosophy.
The 49ers might have a revolt on their hands if Mike Singletary is not named head coach shortly after the season. All signs are pointing that way.
While I was 38,000 feet over Albuquerque today, Mike Singletary had his typical day-after game press conference.
Mike Singletary talked about Vernon Davis being the best blocking tight end he’s ever seen, his gratitude toward Mike Nolan and many other topics today during his usual day-after game press conference.