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When the San Francisco 49ers selected RB Marcus Lattimore in the 2013 NFL Draft, fantasy pundits started getting excited. After all, the 49ers have an aging back in Frank Gore who could get hurt at any moment and be relegated to the sideline and unproven second-year back LaMichael James. And Lattimore could get a shot early this season if his knee injury recovers quick enough!
Yeah, that’s what I was thinking at first also. Then I read what AJ Mass from ESPN had to say.
And then I changed my mind. It’s a free country and I often can be persuaded with sound logic from guys that no more than I do and pizza.
But to get on with it, Lattimore is still not healthy enough to start on-field work and is likely headed to the PUP list at the start of training camp. And with the way the Niners’ handled LaMichael James‘ slow progression from a year ago, it’s not crazy to think Lattimore could sit the entire season without ever touching the ball in a game. Remember that James was healthy last sea...
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San Francisco 49ers Rookie Marcus Lattimore has had quite a year. The former South Carolina running back suffered a season-ending injury when he tore three ligaments in his right knee. Even though he hasn’t played football since October, Lattimore was drafted in the 4th round of the NFL draft in April by the 49ers.
Lattimore has recovered well from the injury and is able to...
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis took to Facebook to let the world know that intruders are not welcome in his home. Willis posted a set pf photos which showed a snake who tried to get into his house, and it also showed the shotgun which Patrick used to kill the reptile. Patrick posted the following caption to go along with the photos, “Never a dull moment. I had...
San Francisco 49ers rookie running back Marcus Lattimore spoke via Columbia, South Carolina to talk about what it means to be in the NFL.
Lattimore said it hasn’t hit him yet, but he’s ready to get started with the San Francisco 49ers.
He also stated that he’s fine with playing this season or next season.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker is a beast. The man is weight room machine that is capable of mass destruction on the football field--just ask opposing offenses that he's played!
Along with protecting his team's lead he is apparently adept at protecting the home front as well. When he saw a rather sizable snack on near his house he did what he thought was necessary and...
At 6’1″ and 240 pounds, you would think San Francisco 49ers line backer Patrick Willis would be able to remove a nonvenomous gopher snake from his house with his hands. Instead, Willis resorted to a pellet gun to kill the snake before picking him up.
Luckily for his Facebook followers, Willis was able to snap a few photos of himself shooting the snake and then holding its body...
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn't even realize he was on the TV right behind him at the Warriors-Spurs playoff game.
After suffering two major season ending knee injuries in back-to-back seasons at South Carolina, Running Back Marcus Lattimore took the risk and declared for the 2013 draft. Many predicted Lattimore to be a first round lock before his second knee injury after suffered on Oct. 27, 2012, in which he dislocated his knee and tore three ligaments. This injury and the long road to recovery...
Let this be a lesson to all snakes attempting try to get onto the property of San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis.
If you think that you'll survive, Willis will shoot you down:
(Courtesy of Patrick Willis Facebook Page)
San Francisco 49ers All-Pro linebacker Patrick Willis (who formerly balled out at Ole Miss) shot and killed a snake with a pellet gun outside of his house.
I had a snake issue at my home last year. A decent size, 4-foot Garter Snake would just not leave a crack in my foundation. One day I was able to catch it roaming through my grass, I trapped it in a box and drove it about a mile away. I found a nice wooded area and released it.
What a waste of time.
I should’ve done what San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis did and...
In the 2011 season with Alex Smith at the helm and the 49er defense dominating, a conservative offensive approach, run first and rely heavily on the defense to keep the 49ers competitive. David Akers was brought over from Philadelphia after a long stay with the Eagles became a valuable asset for the 49er offense, often times bailing out a struggling red zone attack and carrying...
It is evident that the 49er front office and coaching staff are excellent talent evaluators, developers, and maintainers. This 49er regime led by Trent Baalke and Jim Harbaugh has seen recent success due to such talent scouting in past drafts and the free agent market. Not only has the front office been able to pluck sleepers in the free agent market, they have been able to draft...
After taking over for injured San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith, Colin Kaepernick took the fantasy world by storm. Fresh off the bench, Kaepernick combined for 2,029 total yards – 304 rushing – while scoring 13 total touchdowns over the final eight weeks of the regular season.
His dynamic play was matched by his efficiency, as he turned the ball over only three times...
The San Francisco 49ers acquired the services of veteran Cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, signing him to a 1 year deal, with 1.35 million guaranteed, allowing him to earn an additional 1.65 million in incentives. Looks like another bargain deal for Trent Baalke and the 49ers as they add needed depth and size to their defensive backfield. Nnamdi is the first of many additions to the...
RB Marcus Lattimore (knee surgeries) will take a “step back” in cutting drills. (Sacramento Bee)
OG Kyle Long lined up at right guard during rookie minicamp.(Chicago Tribune)
WR Mark Harrison failed his physical and will return to free agency. (Brad Biggs)
RB Rex Burkhead is expected to be a special teamer during his first season. (Geoff Hobson)