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Tuesday morning saw a video and an article about the 49ers that got people in a huff on the Internet.
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Indulging linemen with contract extensions has become a habit for the 49ers, though guard Alex Boone is still holding out for one.
Glenn Dorsey may not be ready to play for several more months, but the 49ers feel he's worth signing for a couple more years.
The offseason just got a lot better for Glenn Dorsey . The 29-year-old nose tackle signed a two-year contract extension with the San Francisco 49ers, the team announced on Tuesday.
The 49ers have signed injured defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey to a two-year contract extension, the team announced Tuesday in a news release.
Williams earned the start on the road against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2 last year, the culmination of a training camp competition with veteran Glenn Dorsey.
The 49ers subtracted one of their high-spirited, special-teams aces from the roster Wednesday as Blake Costanzo headed to the season-ending, injured-reserve list.
PFF has released their rankings of all 32 offenses and 32 defenses in the NFL. Since both pieces are behind a pay wall, I'm not going to share the entirety of either but I'll share their take on the 49ers and some other observations.
Asked last week if depth issues would prompt the 49ers to sign a defensive lineman, Jim Harbaugh said "reinforcements" from their own roster were on the way.
The San Francisco 49ers activated nose tackle Ian Williams from the PUP list. This is a huge boost to the defensive line.
Quinton Dial is getting his chance to shine with 49ers. Quinton Dial refers to himself as "just a country boy," yet the second-year defensive lineman looked at home under the bright lights of the big city and the NFL Thursday night.
As first impressions go, San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh didn't care much for what he saw from his football team in its preseason opener against the Baltimore Ravens.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 09:02 am
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