Josh Johnson completed 14-of-17 passes for 135 yards with three touchdowns and one interception in a 40-13 preseason road victory over the Houston Texans, making his case for a roster spot.
Rookie Dontae Johnson’s roster spot is not secured heading into Saturday’s final cuts. He does, however, hope that he’s made a solid impression on San Francisco’s personnel department.
Because of Jim Harbaugh's "battlefield decision" to sit his starters, 49ers reserves had an opportunity to step up, and they did.
To examine the San Francisco 49ers 12-man NFL Draft class, 49ers.com checked in with a college coach of each pick. We continue our series with an Ohio State product.
We learned the San Francisco 49ers are ready for the regular season and didn’t need to see much, if anything, from their starting units in a 40-13 win over the Houston Texans.
San Francisco's coaching staff sat all but a handful of its starters with less than two weeks before the team's regular season opener, but backups made big plays.
With the final preseason game upon us and Week 1 against the Dallas Cowboys just around the corner, Niners Daily takes a look at 49 reasons to be excited for the regular season.
Yes, this is still going on. By now you have likely seen the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge take over your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and any other social media feed you use. It has now taken over your beloved Niners Daily.
From selfies and team shots to tryouts and sideline pictures, 49ers.com has all of the Gold Rush cheerleaders photos you could possibly want.
Tramaine Brock said he was eager to get back on the field with Chris Culliver and the rest of the 49ers starting defense last week against the Chargers.
The magazine's annual NFL preview covers the impressive grouping of star quarterbacks in the NFC. Each signal-caller is depicted without a jersey on. Kaepernick and Wilson, the NFC West rivals, represent for the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.
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.