Report: Seahawks at 49ers on Thanksgiving; Other games announced

Apr 23, 2014 at 4:37 PM--


Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that the San Francisco 49ers will host a Thanksgiving game at Levi's Stadium against the Seattle Seahawks. This would be one of three Thanksgiving games with Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys being the others.

Other 49ers games have already been leaked. Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area reported that the 49ers would open up the season in Arlington, Texas to play the Dallas Cowboys during week one.

Maiocco and Por Football Talk both reported that the 49ers would play their first regular season home game at Levi's Stadium against the Chicago Bears during week two.

It has also been reported by Eric Branch that the 49ers would travel to East Rutherford, New Jersey to play the New York Giants on November 16.

Eric Branch is also reporting that the 49ers would travel across the Bay to Oakland to face the Raiders on December 14.

Mike Rosenberg of the San Jose Mercury News reported the full San Francisco 49ers home schedule, which is shown below via his tweet.


Mike Rosenberg also reported the 49ers away schedule, which is shown below via his tweet.


The official 2014 NFL schedule will be released today at 5 PM Pacific.





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