Among the many holes the San Francisco 49ers have had open up this offseason is the one at left guard, which happened when Mike Iupati signed with the division rival Arizona Cardinals.
According to this next story, the Niners may be looking to the draft to find Iupati’s replacement…
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Free Agency doesn’t begin until tomorrow but shocking deals are reportedly are already taking place.For the Arizona Cardinals, they have reportedly found the next big piece of their offensive line.Mike Iupati.According to Adam Schefter, Iupati is telling people he will sign with the Cardinals once free agency begins.The Cardinals interior line was the weakness of the team last...
The Arizona Cardinals lost one free agent to the San Francisco 49ers, but they got revenge in a big win. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Mike Iupati is telling people he will sign with the Cardinals. Iupati has been with the Niners for five season and made the Pro Bowl the past three seasons. He...Read More
It happens every year in NFL free agency. Teams looking to make an imprint around the league hit the market hard in hopes of finding a quick fix to what has been ailing them in recent years. You don’t need me to point out the specific teams here, but it’s rather obvious who I am talking about.
The philosophy that goes with this is two-pronged. First off, non-contending teams...
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee mentioned during a recent chat session that it’s “very unlikely” veteran G Mike Iupati will be back with the 49ers next season.
Barrows believes it would be easier for the 49ers to re-sign Alex Boone, who is currently holding out for a new contract.
This isn’t the first time that the topic of Iupati possibly not returning to San...
According to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee, 49ers G Mike Iupati could end up being the highest-paid guard in the league at this point next year.
Iupati is entering the final year of his rookie contract and will be an unrestricted free agent next March.
Barrows mentions that offering Iupati that kind of money would “upset the 49ers’ offensive line hierarchy” and is...
According to Matt Borrows of the Sacramento Bee, 49ers G Mike Iupati suffered a fractured left fibula during Sunday’s game.
Borrows adds Iupati’s fracture will not require surgery and doctors believe this is a “good” break in comparison to how bad it could have been.
Borrows mentions that Iupati should be back at “full strength in eight weeks.”
HC Jim Harbaugh...
San Francisco left guard Mike Iupati is out of the NFC championship game with an ankle injury suffered in the second quarter on Sunday.
Iupati was injured on Anthony Dixon's 1-yard touchdown dive. Iupati was down on the field for several minutes, then had to be helped to the sideline by teammates and was putting very little weight on his right leg. Iupati eventually was taken to...
Via AP on Fox
January 19, 2014
San Francisco 49ers left guard Mike Iupati is back in the lineup after missing three games with a sprained left knee.
Iupati is active for Monday night's game against Atlanta and expected to start when the 49ers try to clinch a playoff berth in the final regular-season game at Candlestick Park.
Among the inactive players for the 49ers is wide receiver Mario Manningham, who continues...
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December 23, 2013