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49ers sign CB Jamar Taylor, waive CB Teez Tabor

By David Bonilla
Jul 6, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers today announced the signing of cornerback Jamar Taylor to a one-year deal. The team has waived cornerback Teez Tabor with a non-football injury designation to make room on the roster. Tabor (6-0, 201) signed with San Francisco on February 4, after spending the majority of last season on the 49ers' practice squad. The 49ers Communications department provided the following rundown of Taylor. Taylor (5-11, 192) was originally drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the second round (54th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft. Throughout his seven-year NFL career with the Dolphins (2013-15), Cleveland Browns (2016-17), Arizona Cardinals (2018), Denver Broncos (2018), Seattle Seahawks (2019) and Atlanta Falcons (2019), he has

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

By David Bonilla
Jul 9, 2020

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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Analyst doesn't see 'a special runner' in Raheem Mostert, calls RB a 'potential one-game wonder'

By David Bonilla
Jul 11, 2020

Some have been critical of Raheem Mostert's agent requesting a trade given the sample size of work the San Francisco 49ers running back has on his resume. Others respect Mostert's game and have no problem seeing him get paid what he seemingly deserves. Mostert may not have started a game last season, but that just means he wasn't the running back out on the field when the 49ers offense took its first snap. He still led the 49ers with 772 rushing yards and scampered into the end zone eight times while carrying the football and twice more after hauling in passes. Mostert is clearly the best running back on the roster, and his agent, Brett Tessler, wants the 49ers to pay his client like it. One analyst, Bucky Brooks of NFL Media,

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