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The bubbling volcano that is the 49ers-Seahawks rivalry got a fresh sacrifice today, when Seattle claimed rookie quarterback Daniels off the waiver wire from SF. Twitter thinks this is significant. We’re not so sure.
Just because he’s doing it in protest to a league ruling, doesn’t mean it isn’t funny as hell that this is something athletes do nowadays. We run down other possible name changes this player might consider, should he find himself in a few specific situations. Slideshow inside. Check ‘er out…
A free kick field goal attempt? The last time I saw this was in the 1971 version of “The Longest Yard”.
At a press conference yesterday, the monster of a man that is Alex Boone was asked what he’d add to Clay Matthews’ $15,000 for hitting Colin Kaepernick out of bounds last week. His response was bolder than a Dr. Pepper Ten. Video after the jump.
Niners coach calls Matthews a girlie-man. Officials screw up pivotal play twice with 10-second span. Aaron Rodgers wondering, again, who took his cheese. We love this rivalry.
**SLIDESHOW**:The 49ers’ New Levi’s Stadium Is Going To Be The Most Technologically Advanced Building In Sports
Though you can play there in Madden 25, starting next season, the real San Francisco 49ers will have a solar panel-clad green structure, complete with an awesome mobile app that augments your viewing experience (more on that, here.) Check out the specs, features, and newly released mock-ups of this feat of human ingenuity.
We are ready for football. So is Lavelle Hawkins. The Chargers defense is not. And will probably never be.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — but highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: Rick Chandler tells you why the San Francisco 49ers will suck. Or … will they?