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Why the San Francisco 49ers Re-signed Linebacker Brock Coyle

San Francisco 49ers’ General Manager John Lynch tweeted out the anticipated return of linebacker Brock Coyle and he was fired up about it too.    The 49ers have brought back one of their core special teams players and quality depth guys linebacker Brock Coyle. Niners Live isn’t here to fluff this player up or oversell him to the Forty-Niner Faithful because, as you know, that’s totally...
Via Niners Live
6 days ago

NFL free agency update: 49ers re-signing linebacker Brock Coyle

The San Francisco 49ers brought back one of their own from 2017, re-signing inside linebacker Brock Coyle to a three-year deal, as announced by general manager John Lynch and on the team’s website.   The San Francisco 49ers didn’t want to let linebacker Brock Coyle test the free-agent...
Via Niner Noise
6 days ago

49ers Agree to Terms with LB Brock Coyle

The 49ers have brought back the middle linebacker who started 10 games for the team in 2017.
Via 49ers.com
6 days ago

49ers hold onto Brock Coyle

The 49ers signed linebacker Brock Coyle to a one-year contract last March and they are signing him to another deal this March. General Manager John Lynch wrote on Twitter that he is “fired up” to have Coyle back in the fold. No terms of the deal have been announced by the 49ers. Coyle made five [more]
Via Pro Football Talk
6 days ago

Why the 49ers Would Consider Giving Tank Carradine an Extension

Recently, Matt Maiocco of NBCSports suggested that the most likely candidates for a new contract extension before the start of free agency could be inside linebacker Brock Coyle (which Niners Live covered back on January, 4th, 2018) and defensive lineman Tank Carradine.   Although Carradine has been an underperforming (some of that was due to playing out of position) and injury...
Via Niners Live
28 days ago

Why the 49ers should Consider Re-signing LB Brock Coyle

It’s the 2018 offseason and the San Francisco 49ers have some decisions to make about which free agents will be re-signed. With that being said, the Forty-Niners will continue down the path of a youth movement, and rightfully so. Niners Live has to provide our two-cents on the defensive dollar, no pun intended, of course: Why the 49ers should consider re-signing linebacker Brock...
Via Niners Live
January 04, 2018

Brock Coyle Has Earned Extra Reps on Gameday

Robert Saleh shared that the 49ers linebacker is in line to see an increased role against the Los Angeles Rams.
Via 49ers.com
September 20, 2017

49ers Locker Room: Brock Coyle splits first team reps with Ray-Ray Armstrong

NinerFans.com LB Ray-Ray Armstrong undisciplined play may open door for special-teams ace LB Brock Coyle There is no question San Francisco 49ers LB Ray-Ray Armstrong has been struggling with his assignments. A player who is routinely caught out of position in run support, it’s no wonder DC Robert Saleh is giving LB Brock Coyle first-team reps in practice. Coyle shed some light...
Via NinerFans.com
September 19, 2017

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