Breaking: 49ers, George Kittle 'on the cusp' of a massive deal that will eclipse $14 million per year, says Rapoport

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Nov 25, 2019 at 7:40 PM--


SANTA CLARA More than four hours before kickoff between the 49ers and Packers on Sunday night, there were only two sounds heard from the
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49ers Blitz: Reactions to Jordan Reed signing, Shanahan optimistic about Kittle extension, roster moves

By Brad Graham
Aug 3, 2020

Here are some of the top San Francisco 49ers storylines that made their way around social media on Monday, August 3, 2020. 49ers sign a tight end The team announced that former Washington tight end Jordan Reed has been signed to a one-year deal. Former Washington Football Team Pro Bowl TE Jordan Reed reached agreement on an incentive-laden, one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers, sources tell ESPN. Reed is 30, has a history of concussions, but when healthy - as he is now - he is one of the game's elite tight ends.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)

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John Lynch, Kyle Shanahan meet with George Kittle, optimistic extension will get done

By David Bonilla
Aug 3, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers signed a Pro Bowl tight end today. It wasn't the tight end everyone has been awaiting news about, though. The team signed veteran Jordan Reed to a one-year deal and continues to work toward a contract extension with the All-Pro tight end it drafted in 2017 — George Kittle. General manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan spoke with reporters this afternoon via a Zoom conference call and were asked about the Kittle contract situation. "We're working diligently," Lynch responded. "I can tell you that. I'm not going to get into the timeframe. We are working diligently to come to a resolution. I've been on record saying what George means

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No news is good news for several 49ers returning from injuries

By David Bonilla
Aug 2, 2020

A Super Bowl contender could be getting even better this season. The San Francisco 49ers are receiving several reinforcements from last year's injury-depleted roster. Players entered the team's facilities this weekend after each underwent two COVID-19 tests and took part in physicals on Saturday. Sunday's lack of announcements bodes well for several players who missed all or part of last season. That is good news as the 49ers prepare to start training camp. All #49ers would've taken physicals by SAT and no additional

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