49ers versus Chiefs: Greatest Super Bowl matchup ever?

Jan 31, 2020 at 4:22 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday's Super Bowl foes, provide the greatest matchup in 54 years of Super fun.
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Several former 49ers named the best to ever wear their jersey numbers by CBS Sports

By David Bonilla
Jul 6, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers have 12 retired jersey numbers. Some of the most iconic athletes in franchise history wore them. For some, their names are among the most well-known in all of sports. CBS Sports recently released a list of the best player to wear each jersey number in NFL history, and the 49ers are well represented (h/t to Matt Flanagan for the find). Below are the former 49ers players who were among the list, and what was written about each by CBS Sports writer Josh Edwards. I've also included anyone who may be known for having played with another team but had a stint with San Francisco. Feel

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Kendrick Bourne says Brandon Aiyuk part of the reason why the 49ers will return to the Super Bowl

By David Bonilla
Jul 1, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers are gearing up for their "Legendary Revenge Tour," and rookie wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk will be part of the show. In fact, fourth-year wideout Kendrick Bourne believes Aiyuk will be a big reason why the 49ers will make their second consecutive Super Bowl appearance. Hopefully, this time, key offseason moves will be enough to lift the team to a victory in the big game. San Jose-area photographer Pierre Whitsey snapped some fantastic photos of Bourne working out with others at San Jose State on Tuesday, according to the date on the gallery. Aiyuk was among the group, and some of those photos showed Bourne talking to the rookie, perhaps offering up some

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George Kittle, 49ers 'hungry' to return to football, avenge Super Bowl loss, avoid COVID-19

By David Bonilla
Jul 9, 2020

February's defeat in Super Bowl LIV left a bad taste in the mouths of the San Francisco 49ers. The team had enjoyed a two-month winning streak, including a dominant playoff push, until that point. Then a fourth-quarter collapse paired with Patrick Mahomes doing Patrick Mahomes-type things ended all of that. Now, players are eager to get back on the football field, avenge the loss, and prove that they can overcome a potential Super Bowl hangover. "The one thing I've just noticed in the offseason, from guys whether just talking to them or through our Zoom calls that we had during the OTAs-part of the offseason, just how hungry the guys are," Kittle said Wednesday on SiriusXM NFL Radio

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