Found September 25, 2012 on
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San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh says both Patrick Willis and Isaac Sopoaga are doing fine after suffering leg injuries during Sunday’s loss to the Vikings.
“It turned out good for both of those guys,” Harbaugh said.
Looks like the Niners dodged a bullet, since both Willis and Sopoaga should be fine for this week’s game against the Jets.
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San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis participated in Wednesday’s practice after suffering a leg injury during last Sunday’s loss to the Vikings.
It looks like Willis will be good to go for Sunday’s game against the Jets.
It looks like the 49ers have both Brandon Jacobs and Ted Ginn available this weekend against the New York Jets. The bad news is it is being reported that Isaac Sopoaga will not play on Sunday.
It should not come as a surprise that Jacobs is back in time for the New York Jets, I’m sure he has had this game circled on his calendar all season. With Jacobs back he should be able to...
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Following the game, replacement referee Ken Roan admitted he mistakenly gave the 49ers and Jim Harbaugh two extra challenges after the team called its last time out.
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is back at work a day after undergoing a minor procedure for an irregular heartbeat.
The reigning NFL Coach of the Year returned to the field to lead San Francisco through Friday's walk-through session, with a full practice scheduled for the afternoon.
Harbaugh, who turns 49 on Dec. 23, was away from the team Thursday for his procedure...
It was not the sunniest of days for the San Francisco 49ers.
Still, coach Jim Harbaugh refused to let a daylong rain dampen plans to get the 49ers' offense untracked Wednesday.
Still smarting from a 24-13 loss at Minnesota on Sunday, Harbaugh directed a morning walkthough on the rain-slickened asphalt of a hotel parking lot. Then practice took place in rain at their home-away...
As Jim Harbaugh said from Youngstown, Ohio, “Excited to be here, and feel like it gives us a unique opportunity to circle the wagons and get a great week of preparation.” The 49ers are closing ranks at their Eastern home-away-from-home after a stunning upset loss in Minnesota, knowing full well that a weeklong stay at the home of the York family worked out pretty well for the team last year.
The New York Jets' multifaceted offense has the full attention of 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.
When the 49ers slogged onto the rain-soaked field at Youngstown State University, they were working on ways to contain Mark Sanchez and the Jets' regular offense while remaining aware of the challenge that backup Tim Tebow may present.
Having linebacker Patrick Willis...
Replacement referee Ken Roan says he mistakenly awarded San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh two challenges after the coach had called his last timeout on Sunday against the Vikings.
The miscues late in the fourth quarter threw the game into mass confusion as the Vikings were closing out a 24-13 victory over the previously undefeated 49ers.
With the Vikings trying to run out...
MINNEAPOLIS The San Francisco 49ers were supposed to be one of the best teams in the NFL. After beating Green Bay at Lambeau Field and taking care of Detroit in Week 2, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh's team came to Minnesota as heavy favorites against the 1-1 Vikings.
Minnesota wasn't supposed to hang around for long, let alone win Sunday's game at Mall of America Field....
Coach Jim Harbaugh wants the San Francisco 49ers to get focused, avoid obstacles and get back to winning.
Replacement referee Ken Roan admitted he mistakenly gave the 49ers an extra timeout in San Francisco's 24-13 loss to Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. With 3:33 remaining, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh called a timeout immediately after a running play by the Vikings' Toby Gerhart. After calling the timeout, Harbaugh then challenged whether Gerhart fumbled. On review, Roan ruled...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Leslie Frazier, the usually mild-mannered head coach of the Minnesota, was visibly frustrated with the replacement officials in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win against the San Francisco 49ers and, according to them, he had reason to be.
Twice near the end of Minnnesota's 24-13 win on Sunday, San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh called a timeout and then...