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The New Jersey State Police is under fire from witnesses that say troopers escorted several luxury sports cars, (with their license plates obscured by tape) including one driven by ex-NY Giants...
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NFL running back Brandon Jacobs was behind the wheel of one of the luxury sports cars at the center of a "Death Race" probe of two New Jersey state troopers, the Star-Ledger reported Monday.
State police were investigating claims that the troopers led the way as dozens of the flashy vehicles raced at speeds of more than 100 mph across the Garden State last month.
Head Coach Jim Harbaugh sat down and talked with KNBR’s Brian Murphy recently and Murphy asked Harbaugh what we can expect from Randy Moss. Harbaugh says the 49ers are betting on Moss and that he’ll put a stamp on his NFL career.
Murphy: Last time we saw Randy Moss he was not playing at a super high level in Tennessee. Is that the guy you’re going to get, or is it the guy who...
According to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net, the San Francisco will not hesitate to draft guard Amini Silatolu of Midwestern St. of he’s the best player available when they’re on the clock.
If the 49ers don’t go with an offensive lineman in round one, they could also wind up taking Georgia Tech wide receiver Stephen Hill if he’s still on the board.
Trent Baalke and Jim Harbaugh have a man in mind for the 30th pick, if he's still around at that spot for San Francisco.
And, if the 49ers don't jump on a chance to move up to land someone they believe could help right away as the reigning NFC West champions look to make another Super Bowl push in 2012.
They might just trade down, too.
Baalke has been right on in running...
As we get closer to the start of the 2012 NFL draft on Thursday, Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net has indicated the San Francisco 49ers are showing a lot of interest in Stanford tight end Coby Fleener.
If the 49ers are really serious about drafting Fleener they’ll likely have to take him in the first round, since he’s expected to drop into the second round.
Another team that’s...
Braylon Edwards a free-agent wideout donated the money he received for a slander lawsuit against a Detroit restaurant and some of its employees to charity, reports TMZ.
Edwards filed a $14 million suit against the restaurant and some of its employees for false accusations about him being involved in a bar fight that cost him a huge NFL contract.
Edwards used the settlement money...
The coaching carousel affects every program eventually, but some schools emerge far better off than others. Last year, Stanford saw the tough side of the business, after Jim Harbaugh bolted for San Francisco and took a good chunk of the Cardinal brain trust with him. This offseason, the staff David Shaw built largely survived intact, but the few changes that did occur could impact 2012 and beyond.
Mike Wallace, the biggest deep threat in football today has dug his heels in the sand and has told sources within the Steelers camp that he won’t sign his first-round tender “until he has to.” Posturing aside, Mike Wallace and those that are advising him might want to get together and have a little pow-wow.
Wallace’s entire game up until now has circled around his speed...