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  • By Christian Fernandes
    Aug 20, 2020 at 12:25 PM 0 comments
    The NFL's Comeback Player of the Year award is earned by the athlete who has overcome adversity from the previous season—injury, poor performance, or not being on a roster—and performing at a high level in the following season. Several players on the 49ers are familiar with this type of adversity from the 2019 season, and while they may not win the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year award, they are poised to play a big role in what is hoped to be another Super Bowl run this upcoming season. With that, here are the top 5 players who have the potential to be the 49ers own Comeback Player of the Year: LT Trent Williams The drama surrounding Trent Williams and the Washington Football Team, which started with a dispute with the...
  • By Christian Fernandes
    Jul 8, 2020 at 8:30 AM 0 comments
    LB Dre Greenlaw is currently known as the hero who capped off the NFL's 100th year by stopping Seahawks TE Jacob Hollister at the goal line, crowning the San Francisco 49ers as NFC West champions. It's easy to root for any player who puts the team in the win column, but it's what he's overcome off the field that's made him a player who is impossible not to love. Growing up, Dre didn't really have stability. His mother never held a stable job, and his father was not very involved in the family. He initially lived with his two parents, along with all eleven of his siblings. However, his parents eventually separated, consequently splitting up all of Dre's siblings as well. The father took care of five siblings while the mother took care of seven children, including Dre. This...
  • By Christian Fernandes
    Jun 27, 2020 at 3:06 PM 1 comment
    The 49ers are in prime position to make another Super Bowl run this upcoming 2020 season, and many believe the team has the potential to become a dynasty for years to come. However, with 35 players set to become free agents (including 27 unrestricted) on top of looming salary cap issues, the certainty of the future is unknown. Given the Super Bowl window often closes faster than expected, here are the top ten 2021 49er free agents the team must re-sign in order to keep that window open beyond this season: 10) OL Daniel Brunskill – Brunskill has a legitimate shot at becoming the starting right guard on the 49ers offense and is especially good in the run game. Even if he loses the starting spot to Tom Compton, Brunskill's ability to play several positions...
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