Here are my top 10 ex-49ers to coax off the coach and onto the field. Is Jerry Rice too old?
The last few days have placed at least six current 49ers players on the dreaded trading block, if you believe what you read. Let’s take a look at how realistic those scenarios are.
Monday afternoon, 49ers general manager John Lynch gave some media members a little virtual tour of his 2020 NFL Draft “war room,” which happens to double as his guest house.
Yes, the 49ers could use a wide receiver in the first round. But don’t sleep on the offensive tackles. The Niners need one, and this draft has some great candidates.
Kyle Shanahan isn’t afraid to take the guy he wants, whenever he wants to take him. Could he do it again in this year’s draft?
Let’s read the tea leaves.
The 49ers have a chance to do something radical in the upcoming draft.
Check out Grant’s new podcast with Ryan Sakamoto.
Check out my YouTube film breakdown of Penn State wide receiver K.J. Hamler.
Check out Grant’s YouTube film breakdown of the impact Emmanuel Sanders made on the 49ers’ offense.
The 49ers don’t need to find the next Jerry Rice or the next Julio Jones. They just need to find the next Emmanuel Sanders.
Yes, the 49ers could make a surprise trade, or more than one.
With 2 first-round picks, the 49ers can select from the top tier receivers at No. 13 or wait until pick 31 to grab a receiver in a deep draft.
Check out the latest episode of The Cohn Zohn.
The 49ers couldn’t re-sign both DeForest Buckner and Arik Armstead — not enough cap space. And the 49ers knew trading either one would hurt the team. What a tremendously difficult position to be in.
Buckner won the 49ers’ Bill Walsh Award, which the coaches give to the team’s best player.
The 49ers have three restricted free agents this year — wide receiver Kendrick Bourne, running back Matt Breida and linebacker Elijah Lee.
Garoppolo’s future with the 49ers has little to do with his regular-season numbers. His future depends solely on Shanahan’s belief and trust in him.
For the first time in years, the 49ers enter free agency with hardly any cap space. Maybe that’s a good thing.