49ers Mailbag: Could Terrell Suggs join injury-riddled San Francisco?

Dec 14, 2019 at 5:00 PM--

The 49ers have established good depth this season and managed to keep rolling despite 15 players going on injured reserve since training camp.The defensive line
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Terrell Owens once again campaigning to join 49ers

By David Bonilla
Jun 22, 2020

Hall of Fame wide receiver Terrell Owens hasn't given up on a return to the NFL and is, once again, campaigning to join the San Francisco 49ers. Of course, this comes after the team's receiver group was hit with injuries that will likely keep Deebo Samuel and Richie James Jr. sidelined until at least the start of the season. Over the weekend, 49ers wide receiver Kendrick Bourne hinted via Twitter that he wouldn't mind his team taking a look at veteran free agent Dez Bryant. @49ers

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George Kittle's market value could have been set by Arik Armstead, says 49ers insider

By David Bonilla
Jun 23, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers and George Kittle, or his representation, at least, are having a difficult time agreeing on the tight end's value. The team would like to lock up the versatile All-Pro to a long-term deal, but it's that versatility that has complicated things. Kittle is the 49ers' most valuable receiver. He is also one of the team's best blockers. To just look at the tight end market would be an injustice. He is so much more. Kittle's agent, Jack Bechta, has described his client as a "unicorn." "He's just one of a kind," Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area told Will Brinson on CBS Sports' Pick Six NFL Podcast. "And the thinking is that even though

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Antonio Brown could shift balance of power away from 49ers, says former NFL executive

By David Bonilla
Jun 30, 2020

There is a whole lot of speculation right now that Antonio Brown might rejoin quarterback Tom Brady in Tampa Bay. The veteran wide receiver played one game last year with Brady in New England and even hauled in a touchdown for the Patriots. Of course, that story has already been disputed. Should Brown land with an NFC team like the Buccaneers, though, some believe that it could be enough to shift the balance of power within the conference. One former NFL executive turned analyst, Michael Lombardi, thinks that should Brown land with a team in the NFC West, like the Seattle Seahawks, it would shift the balance of power within the division away from the San Francisco

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