Anquan Boldin: ‘There was no fight out here’

Aug 7, 2015 at 6:36 PM--


Anquan Boldin disputes the TMZ claim that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and former teammate Aldon Smith got into an altercation during practice on Tuesday.







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BYU QB Zach Wilson on 49ers: 'I think I'd fit in well there'

By David Bonilla
Jan 6, 2021

The San Francisco 49ers own the No. 12 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. That probably won't be high enough to select BYU quarterback Zach Wilson, who this past season completed 73.4 percent of his passes for 3,699 yards with 33 touchdowns and just three interceptions through 12 games with the Cougars. However, some speculate that the 49ers might move up to grab a quarterback if interested in one of the top passers available. Wilson apparently feels like the 49ers would be a good fit for him. The quarterback appeared on BYU TV and was asked which NFL system he felt might be best suited for him. "Yeah, I haven't watched a ton of specifics with NFL teams as far as what offenses they're running," Wilson responded. "One, just off the top of my head, is the 49ers,

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49ers rumors: Schefter reports a 'growing sense' inside Texans that Deshaun Watson has played his last snap there

By David Bonilla
10 hrs ago

The Deshaun Watson saga continues, and the star quarterback may have played his last snap for the Houston Texans. At least, that is the "growing sense" from sources in and around the organization, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter (h/t to Patrick Tulini). There is a growing sense from people in and around the Texans' organization that Deshaun Watson has played his last snap for the team. It's early in the off-season, there's a lot of time left, but Watson's feelings cannot and should not be underestimated.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)

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'Watch out for this team next year': Where the 49ers fall in final 2020 season power rankings

By David Bonilla
Jan 6, 2021

The 2020 season didn't go as planned for the San Francisco 49ers. After coming off a disappointing Super Bowl loss, the team had lofty hopes and looked to make amends for the heartbreaking defeat by once again competing for a championship. An insurmountable number of injuries quickly transformed the roster, and the 49ers were unable to recover, finishing with a 6-10 record and missing the playoffs. The 49ers are expected to bounce back next season, assuming they can safely navigate an uncertain offseason. The team had nearly 40 players playing on the final year of their contracts and have to deal with what is sure to be a greatly reduced salary cap. "We just finished a 6-10 season, and we understand there's a lot of reasons that led to that, but

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