State of every NFL team after free agency

Mar 18, 2019 at 8:40 AM--


With the first wave of free agency now in the history books, PFF takes a look at the state of every NFL team one week into the new league year.
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49ers kick off virtual week-long State of the Franchise event on Tuesday

By Site Staff
Jun 22, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic still forcing many to practice social distancing, the San Francisco 49ers have opted to host a week-long virtual "State of the Franchise" event this offseason. It will begin Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. PT. Below are the details of this year's virtual version of the typically fan-attended annual event, as provided by the 49ers Communications department. What: The San Francisco 49ers will host a week-long virtual State of the Franchise. Each day, the 49ers will drop two new episodes for the Faithful. General manager John Lynch, head coach Kyle Shanahan, as well as players, defensive coordinator Robert Saleh and special teams coordinator Richard Hightower will share their thoughts on the team, insight into the

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'We've got to finish the job': Kyle Shanahan discusses the state of the 49ers

By David Bonilla
Jun 25, 2020

San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan, like his players and staff, is itching to get back to football. As good as the 2019 season was, it ended on a sour note. A heartbreaking note, to be more accurate. The 49ers are motivated to climb back up that mountain and finish what they couldn't last season. This offseason has thrown its share of obstacles at the 49ers, though. A global pandemic has changed the way NFL teams conduct their offseason programs. Players haven't even been allowed into NFL facilities. They won't be until training camp next month, at the earliest. OTAs and minicamps have been replaced with Zoom video conferences and dissecting every detail of every play of the offense. Still, no one has been able to see how any of the

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Bryant Young honored by 49ers Hall of Fame induction, eager to see if team sack record can be surpassed

By David Bonilla
Jun 24, 2020

Bryant Young will become the 29th inductee into the Edward J. DeBartolo Sr. San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame. The Super Bowl-winning defensive tackle jumped on a video conference call with reporters on Wednesday to discuss the honor, which was officially announced on Tuesday by CEO Jed York. "We had a conversation, and [York] just told me that I was going to be the next inductee into the 49ers Hall of Fame," Young said. "It definitely was an awesome honor. I was thrilled. I was excited to hear the news from Jed. So yeah, that's how I found out." Young was also asked about the current 49ers roster, and if anyone on the defense is capable of surpassing his

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