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Around the NFL: What should Washington's new team name be?

By David Bonilla
Jul 3, 2020

Being a San Francisco 49ers site, we don't typically report on the happenings around the rest of the NFL that don't potentially impact the Bay Area team. This story, however, has been 87 years in the making. The NFL team representing Washington, D.C., may finally drop "Redskins" from its name, which has long been viewed as offensive. We live in a new world where awareness and compassion seem to be on the rise, and offensive icons like the Washington team name may be on the way out. The team's stadium sponsor, FedEx, this week requested a name change. "We have communicated to the team in Washington our request that they change the team name," FedEx said in a

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Robert Saleh says defensive continuity, focus on improving will benefit 49ers in 2020

By David Bonilla
Jun 24, 2020

San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh spoke with team reporter Keiana Martin as part of this week's State of the Franchise event. Saleh was asked how his group follows up a season during which the defense finished as the No. 2 ranked unit in the league. And how does it do so amid an abnormal offseason limited by the COVID-19 pandemic? "It's really the same message we've been having since the first day we arrived in that you just want to try to get better every single day," Saleh said. "Ignore the stats, ignore the noise, ignore all the things that people try to perceive you as, and focus on what you can do as an individual to get a little bit better every single day." There won't be a ton of new faces on defense this year. Yes, the team lost Pro

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'A very angry football player': Robert Saleh offers scouting report on 49ers rookie Javon Kinlaw

By David Bonilla
Jun 24, 2020

San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh spoke with team reporter Keiana Martin for this week's State of the Franchise event and discussed rookie defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw. Saleh offered up his scouting report of the team's first-round pick. "He's a very large human being," Saleh shared, "very explosive, very powerful, plays with the mindset that we like, a very angry football player. So he possesses the skill set that we look for, especially at the defensive line spot." As a rookie, Kinlaw will be among the players most impacted by an abnormal offseason limited by the COVID-19 pandemic. Players have yet to meet face-to-face with their coaches. Unlike returning players, though, Kinlaw is trying to pick up a new defense, an NFL-sized

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