Jeff Wilson headed to IR, Deebo Samuel likely to miss next two games, says Kyle Shanahan →
Alert Follow us at @49erswz until Twitter fixes the issues with our official account.

Gabbert staying in SF, Cox visiting Washington

Mar 10, 2015 at 5:34 PM--


Quarterback Blaine Gabbert may be staying in San Francisco according to ESPN's Josina Anderson. Right now, Colin Kaepernick remains the only quarterback under contract with the team. The team may not have had too many options left for a backup.


Cornerback Perrish Cox will be visiting with Washington. Both he and cornerback Chris Culliver, the 49ers' two starters last season, are free agents.


Update:

Cox is also scheduled to visit the Cleveland Browns on Thursday, if Washington lets him out of the building.

Update 2:

Gabbert's deal is a 2-year, $2 million contract.





More San Francisco 49ers News



'Staying in the playoff hunt will be a challenge': 49ers plummet in power rankings after 2-3 start

By David Bonilla
Oct 14, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers lost their second consecutive game and remain winless at home as the team fell to 2-3 in the standings. The latest embarrassment came courtesy of a 43-17 beating at the hands of the visiting Miami Dolphins on Sunday. The 49ers are exiting what many considered to be the easier portion of their schedule and now embark on a five-game stretch that includes the New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers, and New Orleans Saints. First, they will host the Los Angeles Rams before playing three of four games on the road before the bye week. With San Francisco's Super Bowl hopes becoming less and less realistic, the team's playoff hopes also diminish with each loss. Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers need to turn things around and start

Read the Full Article


49ers' Nick Bosa staying with brother, Joey, during ACL rehab

By David Bonilla
Oct 16, 2020

The outlook for the 2020 San Francisco 49ers changed dramatically when second-year defensive end Nick Bosa went down with a torn ACL during Week 2 against the New York Jets. That's how good Bosa is. He is a game-changer on the edge of the once-formidable Niners defensive line that has also lost Solomon Thomas for the year to a torn ACL, and veteran Dee Ford is out indefinitely with a back injury. Joey Bosa of the Los Angeles Chargers told reporters on Wednesday that his younger brother, Nick, is staying with him and his parents during his rehab. "It's nice having them around," Joey Bosa said. "They're keeping the place [tidy] for me and food constantly running. I can't

Read the Full Article

Featured

More Featured Stories

Trending News

More News
Share 49erswebzone