Found December 28, 2012 on
In The Neutral Zone:
San Francisco 49er linebacker Navorro Bowman apparently didn’t like what he read on a sign of a Seattle Seahawks fan. Bowman is seen in this video convincing the fan to let him see the sign. When the fan hands it over, Bowman rips it in half and heads to the locker room. We wonder what Bowman [...]
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I’m not really sure what the Seahawks fan thought Bowman was going to do to the sign when he handed it to him, but he couldn’t have been totally shocked that Bowman ripped it. I will say this, Bowman did just as bad of a job ripping that sign as the 49ers did playing defense on Sunday night. He’s a huge guy and he could only rip off a little corner? If you’re going...
Is A.J. Jenkins a bust? The 1st round draft pick of the 49ers hasn't caught a single pass this year, which is rather glaring given the injuries the team has suffered at the wide receiver position this season. But what can history tell us about Jenkins' prospects?If we look back at other wide receivers previously drafted by the 49ers, those that didn't get off to a hot...
Pete Carroll left the New England Patriots as the man who ruined a promising team, in Seattle he’s known for building a unique contender. After handing the San Francisco 49ers their hats on national television, players went to go celebrate at a nightclub in the city.
A shooting occurred and for once, no Seahawks players were involved but they were lauded in how they tried to...
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman announced on Twitter that he has won his appeal, which will overturn a four-game ban for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drugs policy.
"I won," Sherman tweeted. "Thank you @nfl for upholding the truth! To the 12s Thank you your faith is rewarded! Thank you lord."
Sherman, who has been fighting his suspension...
We're not sure how he did it, or whether it's even true, but Seattle Seahawks cornerback is saying that he has won his appeal for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drugs policy:
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) December 27, 2012
I want to send a special Thank you to my lawyers Maurice Suh and Heather McPhee couldn't have done it without them
Mario Manningham limped through the locker room on crutches, holding a towel around his waist while trying to keep his head high and sport a smile.
That's not an easy thing to do for the San Francisco 49ers right now.
Manningham is out of the season with left knee injury after he getting tackled low by Leroy Hill and fumbling in the third quarter of San Francisco's 42-13...
San Francisco defensive end Justin Smith has a partially torn left triceps, according to a Sacramento Bee report, citing a source with knowledge of the injury. Smith, who was selected to his third straight Pro Bowl on Wednesday, was hurt in the third quarter of a Dec. 16 game against the New England Patriots. His injury has been listed as "elbow" on the team's injury...
Last week: 6 (-1)
Net points per drive: 0.90 (2nd)
DVOA: 41.1% (1st)
Weighted DVOA: 51.5% (1st)
QB Russell Wilson: 15 of 21 for 171 yards, 4 touchdowns, 1 interception, 2 drops, 2 throw aways, 129.7 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 10 of 27 drop backs (4 scrambles, 1 sack, 3 of 5, 1 touchdown, 1 throw away), rushed for 29 yards (7 after contact) on 6 attempts,...
I have a lot of respect for the Rams/49ers rivalry, but the divisional rival I hate the most is the Seattle Seahawks. The Rams have never beat the Seahawks twice in the same season, but the Rams haven't lost a divisional game this season.We already know that Steven Jackson is going to have his 8th straight 1,000 yard game season. He's only 10 yards away! We also know that...
UFC 155 is tomorrow night, headlined by the title rematch between Junior Dos Santos and Cain Velasquez.
Yesterday we shared with you the thoughts of some NFL players – Torrey Smith, Will Allen, and Ryan Kerrigan – on this fight in particular and UFC in general. Today, we have more NFL players chiming in on tomorrow night’s fight.
Watch the video below to see what Marshawn...
Not only did the San Francisco 49ers fail to clinch the NFC West title in their last game, they lost control of their ability to gain a first-round bye in the playoffs.
That could prove costly down the road given the number of key injuries the team has sustained.
The 49ers will try to bounce back from their worst loss under Jim Harbaugh in their second chance to clinch the division...