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A look at some of the more notable dates from the 49ers' training camp schedule.
Colin Kaepernick has made some adjustments to his mechanics, but the biggest area he must improve is his late-game production.
49ers will play host next season to a pair of Hall of Fame-bound quarterbacks (so long as they are still around) Tom Brady and Drew Brees.
ESPN NFL Nation 49ers reporter Paul Gutierrez chats with Robin Lundberg about the huge changes to rock the team this offseason and whether or not the team can survive them.
The Aug. 9 practice will be limited to 10,000 fans with tickets available online Monday. The practice will be held from noon to 4 p.m.
Le Batard & Stugotz talk about Colin Cowherd being let go by ESPN and Charles Haleyâs comments to 49ers wide recievers. Plus they replay an interview with Stugotzâs wife.
Amid changes, Niners still have STaley
The 49ers have lost a lot of talent, but they still feature a few of the league's best players. LT Joe Staley leads the way, coming in at No. 53 on Bill Barnwell's rankings. Grantland: NFL top 100
The loss of so many players adds up to 37 percent of the 49ers' snaps from 2014, which is the highest percentage of snaps lost of any NFL team.
San Francisco 49ers great Charles Haley says current Niners defensive end Aldon Smith has the talent and just needs to stay on the field.
Staley one of NFL's best maulers
Sure, Joe Staley can pass protect, but he isn't your typical left tackle. The former first-round pick is just plain violent as a run-blocker, a trait that's become less common on the left side. Grantland: 10 best OLs
The Chargers and 49ers are both sponsoring delegations at the Special Olympics World Games, while the Raiders are hosting an interactive fan zone and a football clinic as part of the event.
Eric Karabell dissects the new 49ers, with changes on offense and a flawed QB on the hot seat
Merchandise sales for Tom Brady gear have been the highest in the NFL, according to a list released Thursday by NFL Players Inc., the marketing arm of the players' union.
An early projection of the 49ers 53-man roster as the start of training camp approaches.
Although the Niners suffered a mass exodus during the offseason, GM Trent Baalke insists his team is reloading, rather than rebuilding.
A look at how the Niners' starting lineup is coming together with training camp on the horizon.
Kaepernick still good, if not great
Colin Kaepernick has struggled lately, but that doesn't exclude him from the NFL's top 100 players. The value of quarterbacks in today's league earns Kaep a spot in Bill Barnwell's rankings. Grantland: NFL rankings 61-100
San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick has been ranked as a third-tier talent in ESPN's Insider Project on "Quarterback Tiers."
Mike Sando interviewed 35 NFL insiders to break the 32 projected starting QBs into tiers. The results? A clear indication of where each passer stands in the eyes of those calling the shots.
Among the topics discussed: Tom Brady's suspension appeal and expectations for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Will Aldon Smith Get Quarterback Money?
Justin Houston's $101 million deal has changed the way teams pay 3-4 outside linebackers. Will San Francisco be able to keep its own elite edge rusher when his contract comes up? Clayton: Contract fallout
The San Francisco 49ers recently played host to Anthony Pineda as part of ESPN's "My Wish" series.
Anthony Pineda survived cancer and endured unspeakable loss, but when he became a 49er for a day, all of that faded into the background for a bit.
|4(27)||Mike Davis||RB||South Carolina|
|4(33)||DeAndre Smelter||WR||Georgia Tech|
|6(14)||Ian Silberman||OG||Boston College|
|7(37)||Rory Anderson||TE||South Carolina|
49ers @ Texans
NRG Stadium - Sat 8/15