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San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis made an appearance at Coolidge High School in Washington D.C. in order to deliver a speech to the student body. At the end of his speech he made a bold prediction that got everyone fired up.
"I will be the best tight end to ever play this game. I have a vision," Davis said, per WUSA-TV.
"It can. It doesn't matter," Davis said. "Anything is possible. I say that because ... what can happen? If I don't make it, then I don't make it. It's as simple as that. Ain't nothing nobody can do, ain't nothing nobody can say. But if I do? Then I spoke it into existence."
Davis is a phenomenal talent and when his career is over, some people may end up considering him the best tight end ever.
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San Francisco 49ers TE Vernon Davis has set some loft goals for himself. While speaking to students at Coolidge High School, the Niners tight end told students that he will go down as the best to play the position in NFL history. After his motivational speech, Kevin Jones of WUSA9.com caught up with Davis and asked him to elaborate on his comments.
Davis told the students, “I will...
Vernon Davis has made himself known these past few seasons, putting up very productive numbers as he makes his case for the best tight end in the league right now with Rob Gronkowski. Davis is setting the bar very high for himself, as he looks to see himself being the GOAT of his position when his career ends.
“I will be the best tight end to ever play this game. I have...
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Crabtree in particular has been doing a phenomenal job with catching the ball and might be ready for a breakout season.
Moss has shown that he still has the ability...
We all know what happened with the 49ers last year. After a near decade of mediocrity, across several different unsuccessful Head Coaches, the 49ers shocked the league in their 1st year under Head Coach Jim Harbaugh going 13-3 ended up 2 special teams gaffes away from the Super Bowl. The defense was one of, if not the best in the league, ranking tied for 10th against the...
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After Brandon Jacobs was released by the New York Giants 6 year old fan Joseph Armento decided to make his best attempt to have his favorite stay on his favorite team. After his mom explained to him Jacobs was leaving because of money, he emptied out his piggy bank and sent the tailback his last $3.36.
Upon receiving the gesture, he promised to lil Joseph and told him, he would...
Matt Maiocco of the CSN Bay Area reports that the San Francisco 49ers have WRs Michael Crabtree and Randy Moss sitting atop their current depth chart. Without fail, every teammate and coach had glowing praise for Moss, writes Maiocco. This coincides with a number of previous reports. Mario Manningham figures to be the teams No. 3 receiver after signing a two-year deal worth...
Pay The Man: Chicago Bears RB Matt Forte appears to be calling a truce.
When all is said and done, football players play football and they get paid by stepping on the field.
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About a month ago, a six-year-old gave Brandon Jacobs $3.36 from his piggy bank and sent it to his house personally so the running back could stay in New York with the Giants. Jacobs received the letter after he signed with the San Francisco 49ers.
To pay back for him, Jacobs visited him and even repaid him with extra, giving him a $5 bill.
From the Los Angeles Times:
Brandon Jacobs recently...
Brandon Jacobs made good on a promise to repay a young fan who emptied out his piggy bank in an effort to keep the running back with the New York Giants. According to The Sacramento Bee, Jacobs, a free-agent signee of the San Francisco 49ers, took 6-year-old Joseph Armento and his 4-year-old brother to Jump On In bounce house [...]
By Len PasquarelliThe Sports Xchange Some might call Michael Crabtree's performance in three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers a disappointment since being the 10th overall player chosen in the 2009 draft. But his supporters on the coaching staff have pointed out that Crabtree hasn't yet played with a complementary wide receiver who had more than 52 catches in a season...