The 49ers will unveil their new uniforms at the team’s draft party Saturday, April 25, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Free agency has slowed to a crawl and the draft is a month away.
Talks are heating up between the 49ers and free-agent offensive tackle Marvel Smith, as both sides are getting more excited about the possibilities of a contract agreement.
Mike Singletary is at the NFL owners’ meetings, where today ESPN’s Mike Sando caught up with him during the breakfast session with NFC coaches.
The NFL today announced the official order for the 2009 draft:
The NFL announced the distribution of 32 compensatory picks, including two to the 49ers. * * * Niners 2009 draft picks: First round, No. 10 (10 overall) Second round, No. 11 (43) Third round, No. 10 (74) Fourth Round, No. 11 (111) Fifth round, No. 10 (146) *Fifth round, No. 35 (171) Sixth round, No. 11 (194)(184) Seventh round, No. 10 (219) *Seventh round, No. 35 (244) (*compensatory picks can’t…
Click here to view a photo gallery from the 49ers’ minicamp in Santa Clara. * * * The 49ers’ two-day minicamp just wrapped up with today’s practice taking part mostly in the rain here in Santa Clara.
Coach Mike Singletary said he wanted to create a certain “mindset” with the first minicamp, and that he did on the first day with the circuit drills.
For the first time in decades — perhaps in the history of the organization – 49ers assistant coaches have been ruled off-limits to the media.
This is no country club. That was apparent today at 49ers minicamp.
The question was sort of vague and pretty innocuous, but Shaun Hill turned it into the quote of the day.
Coach Mike Singletary said he wants receiver Isaac Bruce to play for the 49ers this season, but they are giving him plenty of time to make a decision. Singletary said he hopes to have his answer by the first of April.
The 49ers hit the practice field Friday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. for their first “voluntary” minicamp.
Steelers free-agent offensive tackle Marvel Smith has arrived at the 49ers facility. He will go through the usual routine of meeting with coaches and taking a physical.
One of the more pressing needs for the 49ers when free agency began was offensive tackle. The 49ers took a wait-and-see approach at that position through nearly three weeks. Now, they’re making a move.
Now that it appears as if the relationship between the Broncos and quarterback Jay Cutler is irreparably damaged and Cutler has reportedly asked for a trade, does it make sense for the 49ers to get involved?
The 49ers are scheduled to take part in their first minicamp at the end of next week, but at least three notable veteran players are not expected to be at the team’s practice facility in Santa Clara.
When Alabama offensive tackle Andre Smith had his pro day this week, the 49ers did not send a contingent of executives to watch him perform. Instead, GM Scot McCloughan relied on his area scout for the full report.
I know I’m covering old ground here, but I still get a ton of emails from 49ers fans about quarterbacks Jeff Garcia and Jay Cutler.
Denver Broncos free-agent cornerback Karl Paymah is visiting the 49ers today. As is typical, he is meeting with coaches and will undergo a routine physical.