There's growing buzz that the San Francisco 49ers will draft Alabama quarterback Mac Jones with the No. 3 pick in the 2021 NFL draft, but don't rule out the possibility that Justin Fields will end up with San Francisco instead...
With the 2021 NFL Draft fast approaching, Niner Noise ranks out the 49ers’ top four needs as they plan to take a quarterback at No. 3 overall. The San Francisco 49ers are going to take a quarterback first with the No.
It started early this offseason. Rumblings from the media surrounding the No. 12 pick with the 49ers. It was evident the 49ers needed a quarterback -- they were attached to every quarterback this offseason! Then it happened.
Ever since the San Francisco 49ers pulled off a blockbuster trade up to the No. 3 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, that team has surprisingly been linked to former Alabama quarterback Mac Jones, but new reports suggest who the team selects is anybody's guess.
49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan was the first person to mention that Justin Fields would hold a second Pro Day workout for NFL teams, so it doesn’t come as much surprise that Shanahan and General Manager John Lynch are set to be in Columbus, Ohio on Wednesday.
The 49ers are going to take a quarterback with their first pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, but just how big a target is NDSU’s Trey Lance now? In the wake of the San Francisco 49ers‘ blockbuster move with the Miami Dolphins that netted general manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan the No.
The 49ers may go into the 2021 draft with their eye on a few more trades. They have the draft capital to move around the board, and they did well enough in free agency that they can target some specific needs during the draft.
The 49ers are assuredly going to take Mac Jones with the third pick. Well, maybe not so much anymore? There has been such a constant back-and-forth from national media members about who exactly the 49ers are going to take.
There’s enough buzz going around the 49ers will select Alabama quarterback Mac Jones, but let’s offer up some solid criticism instead. Last week, ESPN’s Adam Schefter hinted the San Francisco 49ers, after trading up to No.
It’s time to take a good look at the potential new quarterbacks for the 49ers and how they compare in certain categories. I know this might be a somewhat controversial opinion, but the San Francisco 49ers might have traded up for a quarterback at No.
The 49ers could spring for some edge-rushing help in Round 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft, and these three prospects may be worth a flier. The San Francisco 49ers are all but guaranteed to take a quarterback with their first pick, No.
The 49ers landed some gems in Round 2 of the NFL Draft before, particularly with running back Roger Craig and offensive lineman Randy Cross. The San Francisco 49ers have no shortage of examples why it doesn’t necessarily matter where a player is selected in the NFL Draft.