For Jed York, saying the right thing has never been a problem. It’s been following through on those statements that’s been the issue.
49ers CEO Jed York to hit the reset button on his stumbling franchise Sunday.
The 49ers attempted to bolster one of their most depleted units for the 2017 season, signing linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong to a two-year extension.
The 49ers may be giving their fans the gift that they’ve all been waiting for this holiday season — a new beginning.
Like clockwork, the 49ers squandered an early 14-point lead before eventually falling in overtime.
The seeds of discord that were sown with the firing of coach Jim Harbaugh appear to be sprouting.
The San Francisco 49ers finally invested some of their massive amounts of saved up cap space by signing tight end Vance McDonald
Not often do the 49ers meet an opponent whose laundry list of issues is similar to theirs.
Colin Kaepernick will reportedly exercise his right to opt out of his player option for the 2017 season with the 49ers
In the snowy confines of Soldier Field, the 49ers seemed frozen in place during a listless 26-6 loss to the Chicago Bears Sunday.
With each game, Colin Kaepernick has been getting better and better in Chip Kelly’s system.
One yard was the difference Sunday, enough to land the 2016 San Francisco 49ers on the wrong side of franchise history.
The 49ers should have a real shot for their second win of the season this Sunday, as long as they can stop the Dolphins run and establish a ground game of their own.
Therein lies the problem with the 49ers’ offense. If you stop Carlos Hyde, you stop their entire game plan.
As franchise greats Eddie DeBartolo and Jerry Rice watched, the New England Patriots dispatched San Francisco 30-17.
San Mateo native Tom Brady will visit Santa Clara this weekend, and though the local boy plays for New England, there will always be the nagging question: What if the 49ers drafted him instead?
The only thing recognizable about the 49ers on Sunday was that they suffered a 23-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Cardinals running back David Johnson is arguably the best in the NFL, and the 49ers run defense is clearly the worst.
There’s some good, and bad, for the 49ers as they come off their bye week to face the Saints at home this Sunday.
The 49ers defense has several problem areas, none more concerning than their leaky rush defense.
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.
Death, taxes and a full-scale collapse by the 49ers seem to be the only certainties in life.
With Carlos Hyde being ruled out for Sunday’s game, the 49ers will be forced to do something they’ve been unable to all year: assemble a legitimate passing attack.
Carlos Hyde will not play versus the Buccaneers, opening the door for Mike Davis and Shaun Draughn.
The 49ers entered Sunday’s game with a new starting quarterback in search of the big play. Instead, they found themselves on the receiving end of an opponent’s offensive explosion.
Colin Kaepernick’s restructured 49ers contract removes his injury guarantee, as well as the deal’s final four years.
Colin Kaepernick has regained his starting quarterback role over the struggling Blaine Gabbert.
49ers head coach Chip Kelly isn’t ruling out the possibility of a quarterback change.
Colin Kaepernick is so tired of sitting on the bench, he’s willing to risk $14.5 million to get off of it.
Drew Stanton had a really bad game. Blaine Gabbert’s was still worse.
The 49ers will be without their star defensive player for yet another season, after an MRI confirmed a severe Achilles injury for ILB NaVorro Bowman.
The 49ers defense allowed 428 yards to the Cowboys, including nearly 200 yards on the ground.
The 49ers might be on the cusp of sliding Colin Kaepernick into the starting quarterback role, especially if Blaine Gabbert struggles versus Dallas this Sunday.
The former first-round pick spurned the 49ers for the second time in as many seasons, choosing to retire yet again.
Though the 49ers aren’t a powerhouse anymore, they’re still competition for Seattle.
Blaine Gabbert’s first two starts for the 49ers have been underwhelming, but Chip Kelly is rolling with him anyway.