49ers trade down again

Apr 28, 2012 at 9:38 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers trade with the Carolina Panthers, giving them a 6th round selection this year and a 3rd round selection next year.





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Recent 49ers waiver wire target, Takk McKinley, available again

By David Bonilla
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The San Francisco 49ers put in a claim last week for Takkarist McKinley after the Atlanta Falcons waived the defensive end. He ended up being awarded to the Cincinnati Bengals, though. McKinley is available again after failing to pass his physical. We've made the following roster moves: Waived DE Takk McKinley (failed physical) & released OT O'Shea Dugas from the practice squad.— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals)

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'I'm really frustrated by the loss': Nick Mullens feels 49ers can still win games down the stretch

By David Bonilla
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The San Francisco 49ers lost their third consecutive game and sixth of the season. The team heads into its much-needed bye week, hoping to rest and recover — maybe get some players back on the other end. The latest loss came at the hands of the New Orleans Saints, who knocked off the visiting 49ers 27-13. After the game, reporters asked quarterback Nick Mullens about the locker room's mood as the season seemingly continues to spiral downward. "Right now, I'm really frustrated by the loss," Mullens said via Zoom. "I feel like we really could have done some special things out there. But we've got a resilient group. We've got a bye week. We've got six games left. And I feel like we can win games. We can win a lot of games. "We've just got to play

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Kyle Shanahan explains failed fourth down conversion call in 49ers loss to Saints

By Kirk Larrabee
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Had a few key plays gone differently in their 27-13 Week 10 loss to the New Orleans Saints, perhaps the San Francisco 49ers might be traveling back to the Bay Area with an upset win in their pocket and a much different vibe heading into their bye week. But, unfortunately, the 49ers had too many plays go in the wrong direction against the Saints that altogether eventually wound up costing them the game. One such play was a failed fourth-down conversion late in the second quarter that saw running back Jerick McKinnon stuffed for a two-yard loss. The play came on a fourth-and-one at the Saints' 41-yard line and followed an incomplete pass attempt from Nick Mullens to Brandon Aiyuk on the play before. 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan explained his thought

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