Jim Harbaugh: ‘I’m Always Available to Talk to’ Jed York and Trent Baalke

The San Francisco 49ers have been officially knocked out of the playoff chase, but head coach Jim Harbaugh has yet to have a sit-down with his bosses to discuss his future. “As I say yea, always. That’s an always thing. I’m always available to talk to the owner and the general manager. Of course,” said Harbaugh during a press conference more »

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Roman on Vernon Davis: ‘He’s Blocking Right Now As Good As He’s Ever Done’

Apparently Vernon Davis, who has been nowhere to be found during the 2014 season, has been spending all his time blocking. One day after the veteran tight end explained that it was San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman’s “call” to get him more involved in the offense, Roman made a point to praise the veteran’s blocking. “He’s blocking right more »

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Fangio on Benching Ahmad Brooks: ‘It Was Difficult to Do, But It Was an Easy Decision’

Ahmad Brooks’ 60-game starting streak came to a crashing halt on Sunday after San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio benched the veteran for missing a meeting. “It was difficult to do, but it was an easy decision,” said Fangio on Thursday during a press conference at Levi’s Stadium. “He missed an entire meeting on Tuesday and then was 20 more »

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NaVorro Bowman Says San Francisco 49ers Not as Physical as in the Past

Even NaVorro Boman had to admit, the San Francisco 49ers just aren’t as physical as they’ve been in the past. “I don’t want to say that I’m the reason or Pat[rick Willis] is the reason, but it’s just when you’re used to coming to work and seeing a type of behavior—whether it’s practice or the meeting rooms—you know, everyone follows. more »

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Former 49er on Jim Harbaugh: ‘I Wouldn’t Think That They Would Get Rid Of A Type Of Guy Like That’

Count Tarell Brown as part of the camp that doesn’t quite understand why the San Francisco 49ers upper management appears so set on pushing head coach Jim Harbaugh out the door. “I never read too much into those things until I see it happen. Then I’ll take it for what it’s worth and go from there,” said Brown, when asked more »

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