Every year, every NFL team can host and interview up to 30 draft-eligible players at the team’s facility. Of those 30 players, the 49ers probably will draft two or three.
Imagine if this rule were in place 10 years ago.
GM John Lynch wants the rest of the league to believe he’s free to draft any player with the No. 2 pick in Round 1. But he’s not. Here’s why.
They entered free agency with roughly $65 million in cap space.
Vogel also handled kickoff duties as a sophomore and a junior in college.
Given the players the 49ers have signed this offseason, here’s who they should pick in each round of the upcoming draft.
Which team has improved the most? Which team has improved the least?
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The 49ers signed two highly talented, highly injured players.
Check out Grant’s Periscope report on Day 1 of free agency.
A reporter had asked Gruden if he plans to adjust his conservative passing game, which emphasizes short throws, to accommodate Brown, an explosive wide receiver down the field.
ANOTHER running back.
Check out Grant’s Periscope report on Day 2 of free agency’s legal tampering period.
Let’s start with the positives.
The 49ers made a blockbuster trade Tuesday evening.
Check out Grant’s Periscope report on Day 1 of free agency’s legal tampering period.
Are the 49ers repeating their Reuben Foster mistake?