Tag Archives: Deion Sanders

Jim Harbaugh’s job description does not include being nice

This is my Thursday column on the Jim Harbaugh rumors. This Monday, as the 49ers started to prepare for the Rams, Jim Harbaugh told the media, please, don’t ask the players if they like him. “That’s not their job to defend the head coach,” Harbaugh said. “Their job is to do their jobs – to […]

This is really fascinating, You are an overly professional blogger. I have joined your feed and look forward to in se... - Benny

Aldon Smith doesn’t know when he’ll be able to practice fully

SANTA CLARA – Aldon Smith spoke to Bay Area reporters Tuesday afternoon. Here’s what he said. Q: How’s your shoulder? ALDON SMITH: Good. Q: Are you able to be on the field right now? ALDON SMITH: A little bit. Working out. Taking it one day at a time. Q: Do you expect not to get […]

Cosell: “Did you know the Patriots run the ball more than the 49ers?”

Greg Cosell spoke on KNBR Thursday morning. Here’s what he said about the 49ers. Q: What stood out to you in the 49ers win over the Dolphins? COSELL: The 49ers ran 17 snaps in the pistol formation. 31 percent of their offensive plays were in the pistol. I think that’s indicative of the fact that […]

49ers sign Brandon Jacobs

The Niners have signed 265-pound running back Brandon Jacobs, according to an ESPN report. Jacobs is 29 years old and he averaged just 3.8 yards per carry last season as the Giants’ backup RB. During the season Jacobs made it clear he wanted to go to a team in 2012 where he could start. For him […]

Like Hayes, kind-of Niners Sanders, Dent voted into Hall

An injured Dent played in only two games during his lone season in San Francisco. In contrast, Sanders, who was named NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year, had arguably the finest season of his 14-year career, returning three of his six interceptions for touchdowns.

Charles Haley will learn Hall-of-Fame fate today

Haley’s championship resume is a powerful selling point, but his career sack total (100.5) is well below the numbers produced by fellow finalists Kevin Greene (160.5) and Chris Doleman (150.5), who rank third and fourth in NFL history, respectively (sacks became an official stat in 1982).