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Random former 49er appreciation thread.

Lets do this once a day ladies and gentlemen. Today the random former 49er player will be.........Ray Brown. Thank you Ray Brown for all your hard work on the O line. He was a true class act.
bored?
Thanks Ray.

Huge Shouts out to...

J.J. Stokes for being a receiver who was damn good.

At sucking balls.

[ Edited by Method on Sep 3, 2009 at 22:32:56 ]
Just something to kick around a bit.
A Battle for being our most productive WR the last few years.
he said once a day!!!

Ray Brown!!!
Garrison Hearst.

'nuff said.
i tried to help

people just can't read or don't like to follow directions
Thanks Ron, but maybe it's the next day where they are at.
Originally posted by RonMexico:
i tried to help

people just can't read or don't like to follow directions

lol, before i read your post i was one click away from adding Bryant Young to the list.


Now lets get some Ray Brown highlights in this beezy!

Which is reflected in great running plays.....

[ Edited by SolRebe1 on Sep 3, 2009 at 23:14:06 ]
Can I nominate Jogn Engleberger !

San Francisco's 2nd round pick in 2000!

Quote:
Selected by San Francisco in the second round (35th overall) of the 2000 NFL Draft, Engelberger played all 16 regular-season games (13 starts) as a rookie. He recorded 28 tackles (20 solo), three sacks and a forced fumble. In 2001 Engelberger played 15 regular-season games (14 starts) and set his career high with four forced fumbles. He also added 36 tackles (32 solo) and four sacks to a defense that placed among the NFL’s top 10 against the run. The next season, 2002, Engelberger played 15 regular-season games (0 starts) and both postseason contests for San Francisco, compiling 12 tackles (11 solo) and one special-teams stop. In 2003 he started all 16 regular-season games for San Francisco at defensive end, recording 35 tackles (25 solo) while setting a then career high with 4.5 sacks. In 2004 Engelberger played 16 regular-season games (15 starts) at left defensive end for San Francisco, recording career highs in tackles (64) and sacks while matching his personal best with four forced fumbles.

First casualty of the Nolan regime.
thnks joe and steve
thnks ronnie lott for taking one for the team........his finger!!!
Originally posted by spencer36:
thnks ronnie lott for taking one for the team........his finger!!!

I think Joe ronnie and steve are fine in the HOF already...
derek deese,

why did we ever try to replace him with kwame harris.....