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Jordan Raanan of NJ.com reports that multiple league sources have informed him that the Eagles are expected to pursue free agent FS Dashon Goldson.
Philadelphia has an obvious need at safety and the addition of 49ers former VP of player personnel Tom Gamble further suggests that Goldson should draw strong consideration from the Eagles.
Goldson, 28, will be an unrestricted free...
The 49ers have had two very successful seasons under Head Coach Jim Harbaugh, reaching the NFC Championship and the Super Bowl in those two years, but they still lost their last game of the season. The team will need to address a few needs if they want to win the last game this year
General Manager Trent Baalke, who has holes to fill, especially on defense and wide receiver, has...
David Akers does not plan to retire despite being released by the San Francisco 49ers. Once ne of the NFL’s premier kickers, Akers was shaky at-best last season but the 49ers waited until after the season to cut ties with him.
Due $3 million in base salary the 49ers were not going to pay a kicker who made just 69% of his attempts last season.
“The 49ers would like to thank...
The San Francisco 49ers have tendered a one-year contract to restricted free agent cornerback Tramaine Brock and signed wide receiver Joe Hastings to a one-year deal.
The 49ers announced the moves Thursday.
San Francisco signed Brock as an undrafted rookie out of Minnesota in 2010. He earned a spot on the opening day roster that year, had two interceptions in 11 games in 2011 and...
NFLDraftTags: E.J. ManuelGeno SmithMatt ScottPhiladelphia EaglesRich RodriguezThe Eagles continue to add mobile quarterbacks to their roster or continue to look at the potential of adding mobile quarterbacks to their roster.
Matt Scott, the quarterback who took over for the Eagles’ Nick Foles after he was drafted by the Eagles will...
According to Les Bowen of Philly.com, both the Eagles and Texans have reached out to Eric Winston following his release from the Chiefs last night. Word is, the Eagles were one of the first two teams to reach out to Drew Rosenhaus, who represents Winston, and so many other former Miami Hurricanes. The other team to express immediate interest apparently was the Texans, who drafted...
The San Francisco 49ers have cut former Philadelphia Eagle, David Akers. Cutting Akers, saves the 49ers $3 million in salary-cap space. “The 49ers would like to thank David for his service, dedication and leadership over the past two years,” 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said in the statement. “He is a true professional who represented
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