NFL Hits Aldon Smith With 9-Game Ban

Aldon Smith is set to miss more than half of the San Francisco 49ers season. On Friday, the NFL announced that the outside linebacker has been banned for the first nine games of the campaign for violating the league’s policies on substance abuse and personal conduct, per Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area. Smith can rejoin the 49ers 53-man roster more »

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San Francisco 49ers Cut Roster From 90 to 75

The San Francisco 49ers have axed 15 played from the training camp roster. The 49ers roster now stands at 75 after the team announced an array of moves on Monday following the 21-7 win against the San Diego Chargers over the weekend. Waived: QB McCleod Bethel-Thompson S D.J. Campbell TE Kevin Greene RB Jewel Hampton P Colton Schmidt LB Kion Wilson more »

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Vernon Davis: San Francisco 49ers Offense Still Not In The ‘Zone’

The San Francisco 49ers grabbed their first win of the preseason, but it sure wasn’t an inspiring one. While topping the San Diego Chargers 21-7, the starting offense just looked off. As Vernon Davis explained afterward, he’s not overly concerned with the squad’s underwhelming play. “One thing about the first-team offense, once we get rolling, once we get into our more »

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Harbaugh Doesn’t Have a ‘Crystal Ball’ For When Potential Aldon Smith Suspension Could Be Announced

The regular season is rapidly approaching, and yet the San Francisco 49ers still have no clue just what will happen to Aldon Smith. “I haven’t gotten any indication,” said head coach Jim Harbaugh when asked if he has an idea when the outside linebacker’s potential suspension could be announced. As Harbaugh explained, he’s unsure whether the announcement will come before more »

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Roman on Stevie Johnson: ‘I Think He’ll Bring A Lot To The Table’

With Anquan Boldin and Michael Crabtree locked in as the starters and Bruce Ellington, Quinton Patton and Brandon Lloyd all impressing, it’s easy to forget about Stevie Johnson. The Bay Area native, who the team picked up in a draft-day trade, has hauled in just a single catch during the preseason. Still, offense coordinator Greg Roman expects the 28-year-old to more »

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