Upper Deck 2009 NFL Rookie Touchdown Dance Challenge

May 28, 2009 at 7:26 AM--


San Francisco 49ers rookies Michael Crabtree, Nate Davis, and Glen Coffee participate.






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49ers RB Jeff Wilson shrugs off 10-touchdown season, looks ahead to offseason of work

By Kirk Larrabee
Jan 3, 2021

Even if he doesn't seem overly impressed with what he accomplished in his third NFL season, Jeff Wilson certainly made his case throughout the year that he belongs as one of the top two running backs for the San Francisco 49ers in the foreseeable future. Wilson capped his season with a touchdown run and a touchdown catch in the 49ers' 26-23 loss to the Seahawks on Sunday, giving him a total of ten on the season (seven rushing, three receiving). Those are impressive numbers, but that accomplishment was overshadowed in his mind by what the team wasn't able to do in 2020. "That's not a big a deal. I guess it's nice, but we didn't win," Wilson said after the loss to the Seahawks. "We didn't have a winning season because of it, so that's pretty much

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49ers WR Brandon Aiyuk earns spot on PFF's 2020 NFL All-Rookie Team

By David Bonilla
Jan 5, 2021

It looks like the San Francisco 49ers struck gold at wide receiver for the second consecutive year. It was Deebo Samuel in 2019, and in 2020, the Bay Area team landed another versatile wideout via the draft in Brandon Aiyuk. Aiyuk finished the season with 60 receptions for 748 yards with five touchdowns. He added six carries for 77 rushing yards and another two scores on the ground. The superb first year was enough to land Aiyuk on Pro Football Focus' 2020 NFL All-Rookie Team. "The 49ers struck again," wrote Ben Linsey. "Aiyuk is in the same mold as the George Kittles and the Deebo Samuelses added to San

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2021 NFL Draft: 49ers set to pick at No. 12 overall

By David Bonilla
Jan 3, 2021

At 1-15, the Jacksonville Jaguars own the No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, with the New York Jets selecting at No. 2. The San Francisco 49ers, after losing 26-23 to the Seattle Seahawks and falling to 6-10, are set to own the No. 12 overall pick based on the team's record and strength-of-schedule. The team had an opportunity to earn the No. 11 overall pick had the Denver Broncos won their game against the Las Vegas Raiders. However, that didn't happen. The Raiders edged the Broncos 32-31. Below is the current draft order through Week 17 with just one game left to play. Sunday night's matchup between Washington and the Philadelphia Eagles will not impact the 49ers' draft position. Update: The draft order below has been updated to

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