Richard Sherman’s status for 49ers vs. Saints unclear with knee injury

Dec 2, 2019 at 2:00 PM--


Strong safety Jaquiski Tartt fractured his ribs Sunday in the 49ers loss to the Baltimore Ravens, coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday on a conference call
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Richard Sherman calls Kyle Shanahan 'more of a straight shooter' than Pete Carroll

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Ronnie Lott recently compared Kyle Shanahan to legendary San Francisco 49ers head coach Bill Walsh. Another defensive back, Richard Sherman, never played for Walsh but has played for another successful NFL head coach in Seattle — Pete Carroll. He compared the two during a recent discussion with NFL.com about the most valuable traits of an NFL head coach. Sherman didn't just list similarities between Shanahan and his coach of seven years with the Seahawks. He also noted their differences. The two men are the only head coaches he's played for during

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Richard Sherman, others mock irony of NFL's post-game social-distancing mandate

By David Bonilla
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The NFL is still trying to figure everything out. The league is creating protocols to keep players and team staffs safe and prevent COVID-19 from impacting the 2020 season. Among those efforts is forbidding post-game player interactions within six feet of each other, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. Also gone will be jersey exchanges between players. NFL teams will be forbidden from postgame interactions within 6 feet of each other and jersey exchanges between players will be prohibited during the 2020 season, sources say.Another way the NFL will look different in the COVID-19 world.— Tom Pelissero

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49ers' Richard Sherman says 'huge outstanding issues' unresolved in NFL's plans for 2020

By David Bonilla
Jul 10, 2020

The picture for NFL training camps is starting to clear up, according to the latest update from Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. He states that "almost everything" is set with the number of preseason games and testing protocols remaining as the only unresolved issues. Rapoport also says that, as expected, teams will be unable to host fans during training camp but could host up to two fan events at home stadiums during the preseason. Update on where things stand 18 days out:— Almost everything is done and agreed to except for number of preseason games and testing protocols. — No fans will be at training

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