Frank Gore and Darren McFadden both enjoyed their time in the bay area…well sort of. Gore became known as the staple for the 49ers rush attack while McFadden could not stay healthy. Their tales of how they got to this point are different as well.
After battling an injury-plagued college career at the University of Miami, Gore was selected with a third-round pick.Gore then emerged...
Since entering the NFL in 2005 as the 65th overall selection of the San Francisco 49ers, Frank Gore has been one of the most consistent and durable running backs, actually scratch that, football players in all of the National Football League. He epitomizes the word reliable. He is exactly what every general manager and scouting staff look for year in and year out.
He was the heart...
Frank Gore has been one of the better running backs in the NFL in recent years. For ten years he pounded away at defensive fronts often facing eight or even nine men in the box since the team didn't always have the best passing attack during his tenure. However, that is all going to change now that he is in Indianapolis.He expressed that sentiment after a recent practice.via RedditRead more »
Frank Gore fired a shot at former teammate Vernon Davis on social media Tuesday, though he claimed it was only a joke. After Davis posted a photo of himself hugging a football on Instagram with the caption “repost if you miss football season as much as I do,” Gore chimed in and said Davis lacks...Read More
For years Frank Gore and Vernon Davis were teammates on the San Francisco 49ers. As far as we know the two did not have any issues during Gore's time with the 49ers, but from a comment he left on a picture Davis posted to Instagram it looks like there may have been a little tension between the two.It all started because Vernon Davis said he missed football.via TwitterRead more »
With the NFL Draft behind us and offseason workouts underway, the Indianapolis Colts are continually working on improving on their chances to win a Super Bowl title.
But with all the offseason moves they have made, are they the favorites this year?
To start the free agency period, the Colts added huge names in players such as wide receiver Andre Johnson, running back Frank Gore,...
29th Selection Jordan Phillips (Oklahoma) Nose Tackle
The closer the draft gets, the more this selection makes sense. The Colts need help on the defensive line, and picking nose tackle Jordan Phillips out of Oklahoma is the ideal selection late in the first round. Phillips is a strong defensive lineman who would be the perfect fit in the Colts 3-4 defense.
Round Two ...
Frank Gore apparently is not a certainty to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles, contrary to what was reported over the weekend. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport says Gore has reconsidered his pending three-year contract with the Eagles. Rapoport also says to keep an eye on the Colts for a potential deal with the running back. ESPN’s...Read More
A weary, but still effective vessel leaves the Bay Area to dock in Philadelphia. These are messages in a bottle about Frank Gore from his old and new home.
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Frank Gore is breaking the bank, at least as far as 32-year-old running backs are concerned. Gore, who was drafted by the 49ers in 2005 and has spent his entire career with the team, wanted to return to the team, but he will be leaving for Philadelphia after receiving a sweeter offer from the Eagles....Read More