The 49ers may have just made the move to obtain their quarterback of the future.
With 6:39 left in the second quarter in Washington, the 49ers made an in-game move that may have brightened their future.
The 49ers are caught in a sequence of recurring nightmares that they just can’t seem to shake.
On Sunday, San Francisco found one more avenue on the road to “L” street, their home address so far this season.
For the second time in as many weeks, the 49ers had a chance.
Contrary to popular belief, there is such a thing as a moral victory in football.
With all the uncertainty pulsing through the NFL, one thing is absolutely certain — Kaepernick has more than enough talent to play in this league.
With a stutter step to the left and a juke to the right, C.J. Beathard left Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett’s ankles shattered.
With a single heave of the football, Brian Hoyer found something that had been missing from the 49ers preseason — a first-team offensive touchdown.
In a turnover-prone affair, the 49ers (1-1) fell to the visiting Broncos (2-0), 33-14, after coughing up the rock five times.
Saturday afternoon saw the doors to Levi’s Stadium open for the first time of the 2017 NFL season.
The 49ers saw an ugly day in Santa Clara Friday afternoon.
The San Francisco 49ers amassed a grand total of 2911 passing yards in 16 games a season ago, enough to land them dead last in the NFL.
Since Jim Harbaugh left in 2014, the 49ers haven’t been able to find out who they are.
The not-so-clear frontrunner thus far at quarterback for the 49ers appears to be 31-year-old NFL veteran Brian Hoyer.
The San Francisco 49ers introduced seven freshly-signed free agents Friday afternoon at a press conference at Levi’s stadium.
Thursday, several rumors turned into real moves, with the 49ers announcing six free agent signings including receiver Pierre Gascon and quarterback Brian Hoyer.
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