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San Francisco 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks had an outstanding season in 2011, but the bad news is that the 49ers might be able to afford to re-sign him. They’ll be forced to focus their attention on getting Alex Smith, Carlos Rogers, and Dashon Goldson all under contract for 2012.
After a stellar rookie season by Aldon Smith, in which he racked up 14 sacks, he shouldn’t have a problem replacing Brooks, if he does end up leaving in free agency.
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During the 49ers’ postseason run, Vernon Davis opened up a lot of eyes with his epic performances, highlighted by the game-winning grab in a Divisional Round stunner over the Saints.
One certain person you could say is impressed is the country’s Commander-in-Chief, who wouldn’t mind if the veteran tight end took his talents to the Windy City.
With both appearing at a San...
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis credits President Barack Obama as being an inspiration.
Last week, Obama applauded Davis when paying a visit to a fundraiser in the Bay Area - and then offered a suggestion.
"I want to thank Vernon Davis for being here," Obama said. "If you want to come and play for the Bears, you are welcome to do it."
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The San Francisco 49ers announced the hiring of new special teams assistance coach Tracy Smith on Friday, via team’s press release. Smith was a coaching assistant with the Seattle Seahawks last season.
Quality control coaches Ejiro Evero and Michael Christianson have also been promoted to offensive assistants. However, Christianson will remain the...
49ers tight end Vernon Davis has become one of the team’s most important players. If President Obama has his way, Davis will be playing for another team. The Chicago Bears. At a recent fund-raising event in California, Davis spoke to supporters about Obama. And then Obama spoke about Davis. “I want to thank Vernon Davis…
According to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee, San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis had the opportunity to introduce President Barack Obama at the Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, where President Obama was working to raise campaign funds.
“Never, ever,” Davis said when asked if he thought he’d ever meet the President of the United States. “I thought the closest...