Let’s not mince words: The 49ers 2020 season was a complete and utter disaster.
Super Bowl week is an exciting time for everybody. Whether you’re a player, coach, fan, or even the son or daughter of somebody involved, chances …
Banged up and shorthanded, the 49ers rallied back from a three-point deficit in the closing minutes to overcome the Cardinals.
The 49ers and Seahawks battled to the bitter end Monday, and things get even gloomier for the 49ers.
On the big stage for the first time this season, the 49ers put on an all-around dominant effort.
The defensive unit has shown up early and often throughout the San Francisco 49ers first six days of training camp. The offense has progressively gotten better each day, as the defensive line, especially Nick Bosa, has made their presence felt against their offensive counterpart.
After five weeks of summer break, the San Francisco 49ers are back to kick off the 2019 season with their first practice of training camp. With multiple key players recovering from injuries, a much healthier 49ers team impressed on the field Saturday.
When they inked Kyle Shanahan to a six-year contract in 2017, the 49ers invested in continuity.
After drafting offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey with the ninth selection of Thursday’s NFL Draft, 49ers GM John Lynch was asked about the possibility of trading Trent …
With the ninth overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, Lynch and the 49ers selected Mike McGlinchey, a 6-foot-8 offensive tackle.
The 49ers reached a trade agreement that will send starting Daniel Kilgore and a seventh-round pick to the Dolphins.
The rookie quarterback was sacked five times and hit sixteen more en route to the 49ers 20-10 loss at the hands of the Cardinals.
The 49ers saw an ugly day in Santa Clara Friday afternoon.
Since Jim Harbaugh left in 2014, the 49ers haven’t been able to find out who they are.
Forty-seven total sacks. That averages out to nearly 3 sacks per game — third most allowed by a team during the 2016-17 NFL regular season. All courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers offensive line.
It’s the dawn of a new era in San Francisco, as Monday marked the first day of the offseason program for the San Francisco 49ers.
The San Francisco 49ers (1-13) were embarrassed in a 41-13 loss to the Atlanta Falcons (9-5) at Georgia Dome on Sunday afternoon.
Just days after signing tight end Vance McDonald to a three-year contract, the 49ers placed him on injured reserve.
One of the worst teams in the NFL wants to trade away what few good players it has. And that’s likely the smartest move the 49ers can make.
Through the rise and ruin of the San Francisco 49ers offense, tackle Joe Staley has stood as a pillar of strength.
49ers guard Alex Boone said the MCL tear he suffered in Cleveland puts him on a week-to-week timetable.
Even with damage control, the soap-opera dramatics amount to yet another distraction.
Tuesday was the first padded practice for the 49ers, and starting inside linebacker NaVarro Bowman was nowhere to be seen on the field.
As workers tended to chewed-up turf at Levi’s Stadium, the San Francisco 49ers practiced at their adjacent SAP Performance Facility.
LEVI’S STADIUM — 49ers fans got even more to cheer Thursday afternoon.
49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh threw a verbal punch at long-haired Packers linebacker Clay Matthews.