Exactly one month from Monday, the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft takes place in Chicago at the Auditorium Theatre of Rossevelt Univsersity.
Beyond what the San Francisco 49ers have accomplished in the first month of free agency, it’s worth noting the roster movement taking place in 13 NFL cities.
Keep it locked here for all 49ers-related free agency rumblings this offseason. We'll keep tabs on San Francisco's free agents and the latest reports on potential visits to the Bay Area.
In this week's bonus round of "Niner Talk" we look at the 49ers possible draft needs, which newcomers will make the biggest impact and share some personal history with the club.
The San Francisco 49ers and WWE have teamed up this week for several events prior to WrestleMania. Those moments have spilled over to social media for all to see.
The 49ers originally signed Fuller (5-11, 175) to the team’s practice squad on December 16, 2014. He was promoted to the active roster on December 26 and was active for the team’s final game against the Arizona Cardinals.
The 49ers acquired Martin (6-5, 312) in a trade with the Miami Dolphins on March 11, 2014. He appeared in 15 games (nine starts) for the 49ers last season. Prior to joining San Francisco, Martin spent two seasons with the Dolphins.
Our recent 1-on-1 interview with first-year offensive coordinator of the San Francisco 49ers yielded several fascinating comments.
Over the next month, we will be featuring 1-on-1 interviews with members of the San Francisco 49ers new coaching staff. We plan to release one interview about every two days. We start the offensive side of the ball with the newest 49ers quarterbacks coach.
Thursday's Niners Daily looks at the impressive 40-yard dash of a top wide receiver prospect and other important notes from the college pro day circuit.
According to Mitchell & Ness, the San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame quarterback has the top-selling throwback jersey in the entire state of California.
The head coach of the San Francisco 49ers provided updates on several members of his team, both on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball.
Vernon Davis and Vontae Davis have competed their whole lives, only never against each other and certainly not on a professional football field. That ends this Sunday.
The 49ers announced that BNY Mellon has been named the “Official Investments Company” for the football team and a Founding Partner of Levi’s® Stadium.