Depending on the subject matter, Jim Harbaugh quite often has either very much or very little to say. Tuesday proved the former.
His post-practice media roundtable had the potential of running an hour long due to the amount of Harbaugh’s player praise. But the 49ers’ second-year coach simply didn’t have that kind of time. Read More
Defense may have not led to the 49ers prevailing over the eventual Super Bowl champion New York Giants during this past season’s NFC Championship Game, but it kept San Francisco in the game.
It kept them in every game.
That was why, during this offseason, 49ers general manager Trent Baalke made every effort to retain the possible free agents that made up the vaunted squad of ball-snatchers and hard hitters. Read More
After watching the defense become the mainstay of the team last season, the 49ers aimed to keep it that way Tuesday by bolstering their secondary on the first day free agents could sign.
Cornerback Carlos Rogers, who tied for the team lead with six interceptions, is remaining in San Francisco with a reported four-year deal that could reach $34.1 million, according to NFL.com. Read More