Austin Walter leaps over goal line for TD

Aug 29, 2019 at 10:03 PM--


San Francisco 49ers running back Austin Walter rushes for a 1-yard touchdown.
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49ers waive RB Austin Walter

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49ers sign veteran WR Marqise Lee, waive WR Austin Proehl

By David Bonilla
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According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the San Francisco 49ers are signing veteran wide receiver Marqise Lee. He took part in this weekend's rookie minicamp, trying out for the roster. The wideout obviously showed enough over the three practices to earn a contract. Former #Jaguars and #Patriots WR Marqise Lee is signing with the #49ers today,



Former 49ers GM likes Trey Lance over Zach Wilson

By David Bonilla
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49ers to travel over 28,000 miles in 2021, most in the NFL

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The San Francisco 49ers are set to travel over 28,000 round-trip miles between cities to face the opponents on the team's 2021 schedule. That ranks as the most travel distance among NFL teams, per ESPN Sports Analytics. pic.twitter.com/u223tCVwtx— Brian Burke (@bburkeESPN) May 13,


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