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Today during a press conference, Jim Harbaugh announced that rookie wide receiver Quinton Patton will miss some time after getting injured in last nights win over the Rams. @NFL_ATL: 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh announces WR Quinton Patton will “miss some time” with a broken foot.
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49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters that rookie Quinton Patton is “going to miss some time,” after breaking his foot during their big win over the Rams on Thursday night.
This is the last thing the 49ers need as they continue to look for their young receivers to step up in the absence of Mario Manningham Michael Crabtree.
It’s been obvious over the past few weeks...
San Francisco 49ers’ rookie wide receiver Quinton Patton will miss some time with a fractured foot, according to NFL.com's Dan Hanzus. Luckily, his injury was one of the only blemishes on an otherwise impressive divisional win over the St. Louis Rams on Thursday night. However, it does come as unfortunate news for Bay-Area fans as the 49ers’ are already without receivers’...
The San Francisco 49ers turned a short week of negative energy into their first blowout victory of the season.
The 49ers responded to a two-game losing streak and the loss of four key defensive players by dominating the St. Louis Rams 35-11 Thursday night.
Coach Jim Harbaugh on Friday praised the way his 2-2 team responded against the Rams and to the adversity and criticism it...
49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh claims wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin will get on the field more after catching two passes for 19 yards during Thursday’s win over the Rams.
“There’ll be more action for him,” Harbaugh said via ProFootballTalk.com.
Harbaugh likes Baldwin’s competitiveness.
“He’s got a competitive heart,” Harbaugh said.
The 9ers certainly need another...
Thursday, September 26 San Francisco (1-2) at St. Louis (1-2), San Francisco favored by 3 For the first time in the Jim Harbaugh era the 49ers are facing really adversity. They are under .500 for the first time since Harbaugh…Read more →
There’s a little known rule in the NFL in which a team is allowed to attempt a free kick after calling for a fair catch after a punt or a kickoff. Jim Harbaugh and the San Francisoc 49ers took advantage of said rule Thursday night against the Rams, attempting a 71 yard field goal to wind down the first half. Phil Dawson missed wide left as the Rams return man made the catch...
The decision to play Aldon Smith against the Indianapolis Colts before sending him into rehab was questionable at best, though San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh must have thought it was worth a shot.
Jim Harbaugh decided to go for a free kick before the half, which ended up being a measly 71 yard attempt. See the GIF below:
Robert Quinn Sacks Kaepernick and Follows It Up By Kaepernicking (GIF)
49ers Fans Fight at Colts Game (Video)
Surely you have read about all the adversity the San Francisco 49ers are facing in tonight’s tilt with their division rivals, the St. Louis Rams. Undoubtedly you have read that the 49ers are at a pivotal point in their season, that a loss here could doom the season, and you may have possibly wondered aloud whether Jim Harbaugh can overcome the first hint of adversity, outside...
49ers offensive lineman scared everyone last night after he went down screaming in pain as if he suffered a very serious injury. He then got up and walked off the field.
After the game, head coach Jim Harbaugh said that Staley is expected to be fine.
Harbaugh said #49ers "dodged a bullet" with potential Joe Staley injury. He said Staley would walk it off.
— Matt Barrows...
The San Francisco 49ers travel to St. Louis this evening to take on the Rams in what has shaped up to be a very important early season divisional matchup. Both teams find themselves 1-2 after three weeks and looking up at the Seattle Seahawks. If Seattle wins Sunday in Houston, the loser of tonight’s game will be three games out of the divisional lead. The Niners have never lost...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist The decision to play Aldon Smith against the Indianapolis Colts before sending him into rehab was questionable at best, though San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh must have thought it was worth a shot.
Losing a star defensive player on a 2-1 team, after all, is a lot easier than losing him from a 1-2 team. And 2-1 is where...