Santa Clara, CA – Something that started as a simple protest became bigger than football. Backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem sparked a nationwide conversation for the last two weeks.
San Francisco, CA – The stage was set and all eyes were on Colin Kaepernick last night. The quarterback that fell from grace finds himself fighting for his starting position.
San Francisco, CA – The 49ers took a break from training camp and returned to a stadium that they once called home. San Francisco played their last game on January 3, 1971 at Kezar Stadium [...]
Santa Clara, CA – The final game of the season couldn’t have been more entertaining to say the least. A blocked field goal no one saw coming, Quinton Patton’s pass from Blaine Gabbert and Phil [...]
Santa Clara, CA – Less than two minutes in the game, the Forty-Niners had a chance to claim victory. But unable to convert on fourth down they gave the ball back to the Arizona Cardinals [...]
Santa Clara, CA – The Blaine Gabbert experience proved to be worth it. After benching quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the Forty-Niners tried something different before heading into the Bye week. In his first start in more [...]
Santa Clara, CA – It was no secret the Forty-niners needed this victory today. Both teams came into the matchup with a one win and four loses. Colin Kaepernick threw two touchdowns while Phil Dawson [...]
Santa Clara – It’s no surprise the 49ers claimed victory tonight, especially when it’s their home opener. They have won seven games on Monday Night Football, five consecutive being their home opener. First year head [...]
Santa Clara, CA – It did’t take long for the Forty-Niners to make a decision that surprised many. Less than 24 hours after Aldon Smith was arrested Thursday night, the 49ers released the Linebacker making [...]
Santa Clara, CA – His last words after the final game of the season wasn’t I’m thinking about retirement. The day the Forty-Niners cleaned out their lockers, Willis again stated that he had about five [...]