49ers mailbag: Robert Saleh a future head coach? Will Arik Armstead be too expensive?

Oct 16, 2019 at 5:40 AM--


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Arik Armstead just misses NFL Top 100 Players of 2020, ranking No. 104

By David Bonilla
Jul 29, 2020

So close. San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Arik Armstead had a career-high and team-leading 10 sacks last season and added two more in the playoffs. The team rewarded him with a five-year deal worth up to $85 million. NFL Network is counting down the NFL Top 100 Players of 2020. In doing so, it revealed some of the names who just missed this year's version of the annual ranking. Armstead came in at No. 104 in voting. The NFL Top 100 Players list is voted on by players and is based on performance during the previous year and predicted performance during the upcoming season. The list is in its 10th season on NFL Network. The 49ers

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Joey Bosa suggests 49ers should start saving money for Nick Bosa's future contract

By David Bonilla
Aug 4, 2020

Joey Bosa and the Los Angeles Chargers came to terms on a five-year extension worth up to $135 million. The deal includes $102 million in guaranteed money. That's a new record for a defensive player, surpassing Myles Garrett of the Cleveland Browns. Bosa's $27 million average annual salary makes him football's highest-paid defender, according to Spotrac. Bosa is excited and grateful to have the deal done. The defender doesn't, however, expect the record amount to stand for very long. Instead, he believes it has merely helped reset the market in the right direction. Bosa even hinted that maybe the San Francisco 49ers should start saving up for a few years down the road

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49ers coach Kyle Shanahan discusses the Shanahat, which he designed

By David Bonilla
Jul 24, 2020

The Shanahat. Odds are, you know what that is. If you don't, it's the red hat (pictured above) with the small San Francisco 49ers logo inside a tiny black patch worn by head coach Kyle Shanahan that became an instant hit. Personally, I like the black version that he donned for a short time. The headwear became known as the Shanahat, and almost immediately sold out when offered on the team's online store. It turns out, Shanahan designed the hat himself. The 49ers coach joined the Chris Simms Unbuttoned podcast

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