Today the San Francisco 49ers announced that CB Carlos Rogers is active for Sunday evening’s NFC Championship game at Seattle.Look for Rogers to spend most of the day guarding Doug Baldwin in the slot. The Niners’ Week 20 inactives are CB Eric Wright, TE Derek Carrier, LB Nick Moody, OL Ryan Seymour, DT Quinton Dial, […]The post Carlos Rogers is active against the Seattle Seahawks...
Tonight the San Francisco 49ers will need to rely on some newer cornerbacks tonight, because Carlos Rogers will not be active. The team did sign Perrish Cox, and he might be the unusual suspect for Aaron Rodgers tonight. 49ers declared CB Carlos Rogers, TE Derek Carrier, LB Nick Moody, G Ryan Seymour, DT Quinton Dial, […]
The 49ers announced they have activated rookie linebacker Nick Moody to the 53-man roster Tuesday and waived wideout Kyle Williams and corner Perrish Cox. Inside we'll break down the implications and how the team could fill its open roster spot.
Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area confirms that the 49ers have in fact informed WR Kyle Williams of his release.
ESPN’s Adam Caplan first reported that the San Francisco 49ers are waiving WR Kyle Williams.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports that the 49ers are expected to add rookie LB Nick Moody to the active roster at some point this week.
The San Francisco 49ers are teeming with talent waiting to come back to the 53-man roster.
Add rookie linebacker Nick Moody to the list. Moody broke his hand in Week 1 against Green Bay. He is eligible to come back from the injured reserve with the designation to return list after next week’s bye. Moody practiced Wednesday for the first time.
Meanwhile 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh...
San Francisco 49ers rookie linebacker Nick Moody returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since Week 1, when he went on injured reserve with the designation to return after breaking his hand.
Moody posted on his Twitter account, ''Felt great to be back practicing.'' The 49ers (5-2) have won four straight heading into Sunday's game against the winless...
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October 23, 2013
The San Francisco 49ers have re-signed vaunted special teams man, Kassim Osgood. He is listed as a wide receiver but sparingly plays on offense. He is labeled an ace on special teams and has been in the NFL since 2003. Over his ten-year career, he’s only missed 10 games and played all 16 last year with the Detroit Lions.
Osgood was probably signed because the 49ers designated...
The San Francisco 49ers announced Wednesday that they have signed wide receiver Kassim Osgood to a one-year contract. The team placed linebacker Nick Moody on the injured Reserve/Designated for Return List.
49ers re-signed WR Kassim Osgood. (Pro Football Talk)
49ers placed ILB Nick Moody on injured reserve with designation for return. (Cam Inman)
FS Jairus Byrd has not requested a trade. (NFLTR)
Roger Goodell has the authority to add to Von Miller‘s current six-game suspension. (NFLTR)
HC John Fox told reporters that they intend to stick with the running back...
The San Francisco 49ers will wrap up the 2013 preseason with a game in San Diego against the Chargers. This is a game where none of the starters are likely to play. Usually the last preseason game is reserved for the guys at the bottom of the roster. For some of them, this is the last opportunity to show what they have. The preseason gives fringe roster players a chance to get some...
The 49ers on Friday announced they have agreed to deals with five of the team’s 11 draft picks from last month’s draft.
Agreeing to four-year deals were DT Quinton Dial (fifth round), LB Nick Moody (sixth round), QB B.J. Daniels (seventh round), T Carter Bykowski (seventh round), and CB Marcus Cooper (seventh round).
The 49ers hold their rookie minicamp on Friday through Sunday.
The NFL Draft is a special, life-changing event where the draftees’ dreams come true, similar to other sports. However, the stage for the NFL is more magnified because it’s the most popular sport across the land. The NFL Draft belongs to the new future stars of the league, and they cannot wait to make their mark on the world’s largest sporting stage. Here are the words...