• By George Chaung
    May 1, 2006 at 5:24 PM 0 comments
    Well, the draft is done. I'll certainly miss seeing incumbent NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue step up to the podium to announce which team is on the clock and which team selected whom. Coach Nolan got the players he wanted, so let's take a look at our brand new 49ers - they're certainly a class to get excited about, they bring a lot of talent and work ethic to the table. It all starts with the new "Duke of San Francisco." Round 1, Pick #6 Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland 6-3, 254, 4.38 40 time at combine Davis was quite possibly the best athlete in the entire draft. Incredibly explosive, fast and powerful (over 500+ lb max bench press, 33 reps of 225 lbs at the combine and near 700 lb squat), he is undoubtedly the most talented tight end in NFL history....
  • By George Chaung
    Apr 25, 2006 at 11:51 AM 0 comments
    There are only a few more days until Paul Tagliabue makes his final announcement, "The number one pick is on the clock" as the NFL Commish. The Houston Texans might not even use up their allotted fifteen minutes as they are already in contract negotiations with both Southern Cal's Reggie Bush and NC States Mario Williams. Of course, the two wildcards in all this would be potentially taking hometown superstar and reigning NCAA championship MVP Texas quarterback Vincent Paul Young, Jr. or perhaps swinging a trade with a team that wants that number one pick themselves (Jets?). One thing is for sure, this year's NFL Draft bash will include Mike Nolan and his San Francisco 49ers as one of the top partiers yet again. The 49ers already held the #6 spot and added #22 of the...
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