Patrick Willis, Tramaine Brock and Aaron Donald are questionable for the 49ers-Rams game

Here is the Week 9 game status report for the 49ers and Rams, courtesy of the 49ers’ P.R. department. 49ers Questionable: CB Tramaine Brock (toe), LB Patrick Willis (toe) Probable: CB Chris Culliver (hamstring), S Jimmie Ward (quardricep) Rams Questionable: DT Aaron Donald (shoulder), LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar (toe), CB Janoris Jenkins (knee), S Rodney McLeod (knee) Probable: C Tim Barnes (shoulder), WR Kenny Britt (hip), S Cody Davis (concussion), DE William Hayes (foot), CB Trumaine…

October 31, 2014

Rams-49ers matchups: Part III – Jenkins vs. Manningham

The 49ers play the St. Louis Rams Sunday at Candlestick Park. In the meantime, I’ll break down a couple of key matchups every day. CB Janoris Jenkins (5-10, 193 pounds) vs. WR Mario Manningham (6-0, 181) Jenkins has been getting torched recently. He’s given up 19 catches on 24 targets for 233 yards and 4 touchdowns the last three games according to Pro Football Focus. He’s going to have to…

November 8, 2012

Fisher on Rams: “Still feel like we have a fine quarterback in place here.”

St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher spoke on a conference call with Bay Area reporters Wednesday morning. Here’s what he said about the Rams. Q: When you were considering the Rams job, did you look at the NFC West and analyze it, and if you did, what did you see from that division? FISHER: Certainly very, very impressed with what took place out there and the great job that…

November 7, 2012

Greg Cosell mock draft: The Niners draft Peter Konz

Greg Cosell just posted his mock draft and it’s very interesting, so I’m linking it for you here. Here are the highlights: 1. Cosell says Robert Griffin III is a better prospect than Andrew Luck. 2. Cosell says Stephon Gilmore is the best cornerback prospect, followed by Janoris Jenkins and then Morris Claiborne. 3. Cosell says Matt Kalil will slide to the Cardinals at pick No. 13. 4. Cosell calls…

April 23, 2012

Combine: Forget Sanu and Randle. Enter Wright and Hill.

The wide receivers ran their 40-yard dashes this morning at the combine, and just like that, you can forget about Mohamed Sanu. He ran a 4.67 40-yard dash today at the NFL Combine, which means he’s slower than Michael Crabtree, which means the Niners probably aren’t going to drafting him. So, that narrows things down a bit. What else did we learn? Michael Floyd ran 4.47. He’s probably not going…

February 26, 2012