Ricky Jean Francois agrees to deal with Colts

Mar 14, 2013 at 12:24 PM

According to Adam Caplan, free agent defensive lineman Ricky Jean Francois has agreed to a 4 year, $22 million deal with the Indianapolis Colts, per source.


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NFLPA Rookie Premiere showcases Ricky Pearsall in full 49ers uniform

By David Bonilla
May 18

The San Francisco 49ers first-round draft pick, wide receiver Ricky Pearsall, is in Los Angeles this weekend for the NFLPA's annual Rookie Premiere. This event provides invitees from the NFL's incoming rookie class an opportunity to network and engage with NFL partners for potential marketing deals. The NFL and NFLPA shared videos of the rookies at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum as they take the field in their full team uniforms for photo opportunities. Pearsall can be seen in these videos. Group 2️⃣ is fitted.

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49ers OTAs: Ricky Pearsall could benefit from Brandon Aiyuk's absence

By David Bonilla
May 20

While the San Francisco 49ers reported for organized team activities (OTAs) today, reporters won't get a glimpse of practice until tomorrow. That is the first and only session this week open to the media. Everyone will be on the lookout for wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk, who isn't required to report as this phase of the offseason remains voluntary. Aiyuk and the 49ers are still negotiating a contract extension, but reports over the weekend indicate that the two sides remain far apart. "I'm told the 49ers certainly are open to doing a deal, but talks have not progressed enough where things are close," ESPN's Jeremy Fowler stated. "And so, is he going to show up for their workouts?

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49ers rookie Ricky Pearsall sends clear message to critics

By David Bonilla
May 23

Gilberto Manzano of Sports Illustrated caught up with San Francisco 49ers rookie wide receiver Ricky Pearsall at last week's NFLPA Rookie Premiere in Los Angeles. This was before the first-year player reported this week to Santa Clara for organized team activities (OTAs). During the multi-day event in Southern California, invited NFL rookies had the chance to hold their first rookie cards, printed on the spot during photography sessions at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. For Pearsall, some question the future value of that souvenir, criticizing the 49ers for selecting the former Florida receiver with the No. 31 overall pick—a move pundits labeled as a reach. Pearsall aims to prove his critics wrong, telling Manzano,

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Gregg Rosenthal breaks down 49ers' starters, identifies Ricky Pearsall's role

By David Bonilla
18 hrs

Gregg Rosenthal recently assessed the NFC West, breaking down the starting lineups for each team. The San Francisco 49ers are widely considered to have one of the best rosters in the league, showcasing impressive talent on both sides of the ball. However, every roster has flaws. More important for the 49ers is how they respond to a gut-wrenching overtime Super Bowl defeat. "After getting so close year after year, can the 49ers rev up the engine again? They have the offense to dominate," Rosenthal wrote. On paper, the roster is stacked and should live up to its status as a Super Bowl contender. The 49ers remain a


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