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The much-anticipated NFL regular-season debut of running back Thomas Clayton might happen tomorrow.
When it comes time to fill out my ballot for postseason awards, I have a pretty good idea whom I’m going to tab as “Comeback Player of the Year.” Right now, Buccaneers receiver Antonio Bryant has my vote.
Receiver Arnaz Battle will miss his fifth game in six weeks on Sunday in Miami due to an aggravation his mid-foot sprain. Meanwhile, running back Frank Gore is questionable with his left ankle sprain.
Coach Mike Singletary gives a status report on some of his injured players following Thursday’s practice.
Alex Marvez of Foxsports.com, and president of the Pro Football Writers of America, compiled his All-Overpaid and All-Underpaid teams of 2008.
Running back Frank Gore still holds out hope that he can play Sunday when the 49ers go to his hometown of Miami to face the Dolphins.
Let’s talk about the middle of the 49ers’ defense, especially nose tackle Aubrayo Franklin and middle linebacker Patrick Willis.
The Jaguars plucked defensive lineman Attiyah Atiyyah Ellison off the 49ers’ practice squad. The 49ers filled the opening by signing fullback Carl Stewart, an undrafted rookie from Auburn.
In an article I wrote for Tuesday’s paper, I suggested the 49ers could lose Mike Singletary to another organization if the club wanted to wait until after the season to name him head coach for 2009 – and beyond.
Coach Mike Singletary met with the media this morning to discuss several topics of interest with the 49ers set to play the Dolphins on Sunday.
The 49ers have confirmed a Press Democrat report that offensive coordinator Mike Martz is no longer a candidate for the San Diego State head-coaching position.
Just spoke to a source close to Mike Martz who tells me the 49ers offensive coordinator is no longer a candidate for the San Diego State job.
Mike Singletary talked about Vernon Davis being the best blocking tight end he’s ever seen, his gratitude toward Mike Nolan and many other topics today during his usual day-after game press conference.
After the 49ers’ thumping of the Jets, here are my thoughts on the futures of Mike Singletary and Shaun Hill.
The 49ers today lined up against a good team from the AFC — the team that entered the day leading the East division, no less — and thoroughly dominated.
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There were a lot of other duties that took precedence today.
Cornerback Nate Clements did not practice today – heck, he did not practice all week – after undergoing surgery to insert one pin and two screws into his broken right thumb.
Mike Singletary can make a stronger case on the field Sunday against the N.Y. Jets for earning the 49ers’ head-coaching gig for next season.