With Harbaugh, not staying in-house leads to doghouse
That's the way it's been for the 49ers during the Jim Harbaugh era: Just ask wideout Braylon Edwards and running back Brandon Jacobs, whose lone seasons with the team ended prematurely after they strayed from Harbaugh's keep-everything-in-house edict.
Inside Bay Area
Brandon Lloyd rejoins 49ers
To help launch their 2012 season's Super Bowl run, the 49ers lured a veteran wide receiver out of a one-year hiatus.
Image: Back to the Bay?
After a season out of the NFL, Brandon Lloyd could be returning to the team where he started his NFL career back in 2003.
Wall Street Journal
Why Jim Harbaugh Is Still Throwing
With the NFL draft coming up in May, Jim Harbaugh is touring the college towns of America in search of a quarterback.
The Washington Post
The reason this sounds familiar
On the morning after the NFL Offseason Championship returned to Washington after an unthinkable one-year hiatus, a bit of be-careful-what-you-ask-for trivia: Who was the last 27-year-old Pro Bowler coming off a career year whose team no longer wanted anything to do with him? That's right: Albert Haynesworth, whose $100 million deal signed with ... (more)
DeSean Jackson and the 49ers a " Doesna t look likely
DeSean Jackson has appeared on the 49ers' radar, but only faintly according to internet reports.
Dan Snyder Once Pleaded for Mike Shanahan to Sign Randy Moss
As the Redskins are seemingly honing in on free agent receiver DeSean Jackson, the question lingering is how much the Redskins signing him would be out of need versus availability.
2005 Re-draft: Rodgers to 49ers
There's nothing like reviewing previous drafts to see where NFL evaluators got it right or wrong on draft day.