After the 49ers’ thumping of the Jets, here are my thoughts on the futures of Mike Singletary and Shaun Hill.
The 49ers today lined up against a good team from the AFC — the team that entered the day leading the East division, no less — and thoroughly dominated.
Check here throughout the day for all the updates live from the 49ers-Jets game at Candlestick.
There were a lot of other duties that took precedence today.
Cornerback Nate Clements did not practice today – heck, he did not practice all week – after undergoing surgery to insert one pin and two screws into his broken right thumb.
Mike Singletary can make a stronger case on the field Sunday against the N.Y. Jets for earning the 49ers’ head-coaching gig for next season.
The 49ers just concluded their Thursday practice, and Mike Singletary has met with the assembled media.
O.C. Mike Martz held his bi-weekly meeting with the media today. He spoke glowingly of center Eric Heitmann and evaded any questions about his coaching future.
The Miami Dolphins, whom the 49ers play next week, claimed 49ers receiver Chris Hannon off waivers today.
Coach Mike Singletary did his Wednesay morning gaggle with reporters.
So how is Shaun Hill looking to you now?
The 49ers placed linebacker Ahmad Brooks back on their 53-man roster this morning, waiving receiver Chris Hannon to make room for him.
One of Mike Singletary’s first moves after taking over as interim coach was to add former NFL official Ron Blum to 49es’ coaching box on game days.
OK, you can go on about your day. I’m back home from the weekend excursion to blustery Buffalo.
My game story from the 49ers’ 10-3 victory over the Bills is already up on the PD site. the notebook leads off with Nate Clements’ good day against his former ‘mates. And here are my quickie grades from the game. * * * The conditions were extreme today in Orchard Park, N.Y. In the second half, it was downright miserable.
We’re getting an early start on the blogging this morning after a good workout here at the team hotel in Amherst, N.Y.
It was an epic day to be a tourist in the Buffalo area.
The 49ers this morning made a roster move to compensate for the rash of injuries at the wide receiver position.
The team arrived at its Amherst, N.Y., hotel late last night. So even though the 49ers are 3-27 since 2003 in those 10 a.m. (Pacific) starts, it appears as if they have decided to show up and play the game against the Bills, anyway.
Niners defensive coordinator Greg Manusky has made some changes since the big switch. Whereas before he was up in the booth on game days, now he is calling plays from the sideline. This gives Manusky the ability to communicate freely with is players between series, he said.