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Kevin White, River Cracraft should provide 49ers relief, competition

Aug 27, 2020 at 3:40 PM--


The 49ers on Thursday signed two more wide receivers with NFL experience -- Kevin White and River Cracraft -- to provide fresh legs to a weary position
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49ers activate Richie James from IR, Darrion Daniels, Kevin White from practice squad

By David Bonilla
Oct 17, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers announced that the team has activated made the following roster moves ahead of its matchup on Sunday night against the Los Angeles Rams. WR Richie James activated from injured reserve DL Darrion Daniels and WR Kevin White activated from the team's practice squad Daniels and White are being "flexed" to the active roster and will revert back to the practice after Sunday's game. James sustained a hamstring injury during the 49ers' Week 1 contest against the Arizona Cardinals. That was after suffering a broken wrist in June. He was activated from the non-football injury list on September 3. James is a significant contributor on special teams. He

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49ers to wear all-white throwbacks vs. Seahawks, per Kendrick Bourne

By David Bonilla
Oct 27, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers didn't want to wait too long to wear their all-white throwback uniforms again. According to wide receiver Kendrick Bourne, the team plans to do so on Sunday for its road matchup at CenturyLink Field against the Seattle Seahawks. That will be just two weeks after the 49ers wore the throwbacks against the Los Angeles Rams — a game they won

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Kyle Brandt explains why the 49ers' win should worry other NFC squads

By David Bonilla
Oct 19, 2020

Most were ready to write off the defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers, especially if Kyle Shanahan's squad suffered its second consecutive embarrassing defeat. That didn't happen, though, and the 49ers emerged victorious from Sunday night's NFC West clash against the Los Angeles Rams. The game made a statement for the Niners. The injury-plagued team isn't ready to concede the season and still deserves your respect. "If I'm a fan of an NFC frontrunner, whether it be the Seahawks or the Bucs or the Saints or whoever it may be, I want the Niners out of the equation," Brandt explained on NFL Network's Good Morning Football. "I don't want them in the mix. Kick them down. I want the Rams to win last night. "When you tuned in last night, and

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