Podcast: 49ers Carousel and Internal Free Agents →

NFL will release preseason schedules today

Apr 4, 2013 at 10:20 AM--


According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the NFL will be releasing the preseason schedules for all 32 teams this afternoon. Regular season schedules will be released later this month.

Last season, the San Francisco 49ers faced the Minnesota Vikings, Houston Texans, Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers in preseason. The San Diego Chargers appear regularly within the 49ers' preseason schedule and are usually the final opponent before the regular season.

One team that will once again not be on the 49ers preseason schedule are the Oakland Raiders. The 49ers and Raiders agreed not to play each other in preseason anymore after violence broke out at an August 20, 2011 matchup.



LISTEN

Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News



Commanders interviewing 49ers' Anthony Lynn today for offensive coordinator job

By David Bonilla
Feb 1

The San Francisco 49ers have already lost defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans, who the Houston Texans hired as their next head coach. The Washington Commanders announced that they are interviewing another of head coach Kyle Shanahan's top assistants, Anthony Lynn, for their offensive coordinator job. We are interviewing Anthony Lynn today for our offensive coordinator opening.— Washington Commanders (@Commanders)



NFL fines 49ers' Trent Williams and Dre Greenlaw for unnecessary roughness vs. Eagles

By David Bonilla
Feb 4

The NFL has fined two San Francisco 49ers players—tackle Trent Williams and linebacker Dre Greenlaw—for unnecessary roughness in last weekend's NFC Championship Game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Greenlaw was fined $10,430. Williams was hit with a $12,731 fine for the actions that led to his ejection late in the game. Update: Pro Football Talk reports that 49ers safety Talanoa Hufanga was fined $4,916 for hitting Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts out of bounds late in the third



Brandon Aiyuk hopes to remain with 49ers for a long time but understands the NFL is a business

By David Bonilla
Feb 5

In the fall, Brandon Aiyuk will be entering his fourth NFL season. Thanks to the fifth-year option, the San Francisco 49ers can hold onto him through 2024. Right now, the team is likely focused on locking up NFL Defensive Player of the Year frontrunner Nick Bosa to a long-term contract. Aiyuk's time will come, though. If it were up to Aiyuk, he wouldn't ever play anywhere else. However, the receiver understands how the NFL works. It is a business, and he has to ensure his family is provided for. "Me personally, I love being here in The Bay," Aiyuk told Brad Graham of TheSFNiners. "I love playing. I love being a Forty-Niner." And the 49ers would love to keep him. This season, Aiyuk



Brandon Aiyuk: 49ers were "hands down" the best team in the NFL

By David Bonilla
Feb 5

You can argue that the San Francisco 49ers were the most talented of the four teams on Championship Weekend. One Niners player believes that to be the case. Luck just wasn't on their side against the Philadelphia Eagles. Quarterback Brock Purdy exited the game with a UCL tear, and his backup, Josh Johnson, was forced out with a concussion in the second half. Purdy returned to the game, but the injury prevented him from throwing. So, lacking a quarterback who could throw the football, it was run, run, and run some more for much of the game. "Man, it was tough. It was weird," wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk told Brad Graham of TheSFNiners. "It was definitely a weird situation. I've never been in any


Featured

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone