Jim Harbaugh On Ray McDonald: ‘We’re Not Going To Flinch Based On Public Speculation’

The San Francisco 49ers have no plans to give in to the firestorm that has surrounded the team as it continues to play Ray McDonald despite his recent arrest on the suspicion of domestic violence. “We’re not going to flinch based on public speculation,” said head coach Jim Harbaugh in a press conference on Monday. Harabugh also explained that there more »

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Marcus Lattimore Stuck on The Side Field

Marcus Lattimore is a fixture on the side field. While his San Francisco 49ers teammates practice, the second-year running back can always be seen taking part in agility drills and running sprints with other rehabbing players on the extra field at the team’s Santa Clara training facility in the shadows of Levi’s Stadium. Marcus Lattimore getting some work in on the more »

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San Francisco 49ers Suspend Ted Robinson For Two Games

The San Francisco 49ers have handed broadcaster Ted Robinson a two-game ban for comments he made about domestic violence, according to a team release. The comments, which Robinson made on Monday afternoon on KNBR mainly related to Janay Palmer, the wife of Ray Rice. Team president Paraag Marathe explained the decision to suspend Robinson, via a statement. “The comments made by radio broadcaster more »

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Trent Baalke Says San Francisco 49ers ‘Concerned’ By Flood of Arrests

As it currently stands, Ray McDonald will be taking the field in the San Francisco 49ers first ever game at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, as general manager Trent Baalke confirmed in an interview with Damon Bruce on 95.7 The Game. “We continue to support that decision,” said Baalke of the team’s support of the defensive lineman who was arrested on more »

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Jed York on Ray McDonald: You Need To Do The ‘Right Thing’ Not The ‘Most Popular’

On Tuesday, San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York joined Brian Murphy and Paul McCaffrey on the KNBR morning show for his first public interview since Ray McDonald was arrested on a domestic violence charge over Labor Day weekend. The very first question that York faced was why as the team’s top executive he hadn’t addressed the matter sooner. “Our organization more »

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Baalke Says ‘It Remains To Be Seen’ If Ray McDonald Will Play For San Francisco 49ers on Sunday

The San Francisco 49ers have yet to make a decision on whether Ray McDonald will take the field for the season opener on Sunday in Dallas. “That remains to be seen,” said general manager Trent Baalke during an impromptu press conference on Tuesday. “Domestic violence is unacceptable and certainly won’t be tolerated.” McDonald, who was arrested early Sunday morning, will more »

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