It’s quiet … almost too quiet. The final days before NFL free agency are upon us, and the San Francisco 49ers have positioned themselves for …
Let’s not mince words: The 49ers 2020 season was a complete and utter disaster.
No team in the NFL deserved a bye week more than the San Francisco 49ers in Week 11.
A statement win over the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints would propel the 49ers into the postseason conversation.
The 49ers offense struggled mightily against the Eagles defense, handing three turnovers to Philadelphia and helping them mount a late-game comeback.
Things are moving in the right direction for the 49ers.
When it comes to previewing the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants matchup, there’s really only one place to start.
An all-around sloppy game from the San Francisco 49ers resulted in an 24-20 upset by the Arizona Cardinals.
The San Francisco 49ers play football in just 20 short days from now, can you believe it?
Football season is just about underway, and the San Francisco 49ers began their preseason with a matchup against the Dallas Cowboys at Levi’s Stadium.
Day two of training camp is in the books. The San Francisco 49ers began practicing Saturday for the first time as a complete team. Sunday’s practice consisted of more of the same storylines as the day prior: fierce position battles all over the field.