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Restricted San Francisco 49ers free-agent linebacker Larry Grant will sign his one-year tender today, his agent said per Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee. He will be an unrestricted free-agent next year. Source: The Redzone
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Swap head coaches and suddenly your in the playoffs? That was the case for the San Francisco 49ers as Jim Harbaugh ended the streak of eight consecutive non-winning seasons. The 49ers ended the regular season with a 13-3 record, their best since 1997 and earned a bye in the first round of the playoffs. A
Linebacker Larry Grant and wide receiver Brett Swain have signed one-year contracts to remain with the San Francisco 49ers.
The 49ers announced Tuesday that Grant signed a one-year deal he had previously been tendered. Drafted in the seventh round by San Francisco in 2008, Grant spent three seasons with the St. Louis Rams before returning to the Bay Area last season.
He set a career...
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
There were only a handful of things the Niners needed to improve upon from last season, and receivers was one of them. Smith and the Niners deserve a lot of credit for making it as far as they did with only two solid receivers, but one has to wonder how much further they could have gone with one or two more. Well, next season we'll know. The Niners...
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Sometimes it’s therapeutic to get out of your own skin, or in this case, your own decade — The Williams’ sisters and NFL Tight End Vernon Davis recently got together for a costume party. Serena dressed as an 80′s nerd — You gotta respect a group that gives it their all to play dress up. Check the gallery below to see more pics.-TO...
Set to begin construction on a new stadium, the San Francisco 49ers are planning to bid on the right to host Super Bowl L in 2016, a team source told the Sacramento Bee on Saturday. According to the newspaper, the team is optimistic that its new venue, to be built in Santa Clara, Calif., will be finished in time for the team to play the 2014 season there. The NFL mandates that teams...
The NFL has released the schedules for NFL teams today and the 49ers got five primetime games. The 49ers open the season in Green Bay which will be Fox’ Game of the Week, which is nice because it is better to play in GB in Sept than other cold months.
Week 1 – 9/9/12: 49ers at Packers
Week 2 – 9/16/12: 49ers vs Lions (Sunday Night)
Week 3 – 9/23/12: 49ers at Vikings