GM Trent Baalke returned to the film room Thursday to visit with the media and break down what attracted the 49ers to each of their rookies. What did he like about Aldon Smith?
May 12, 2011MAIOCCO ARCHIVE49ERS PAGE 49ERS VIDEOMatt MaioccoCSNBayArea.comSANTA CLARA -- The decision belongs to cornerback Nate Clements, 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said Thursday.Clement
Lawson led the 49ers with 6.5 sacks in 2009. But he was used primarily on first and second downs from the final six games of '09 through all last season.
Veteran 49ers offensive linemen Eric Heitmann and Adam Snyder, and their families, joined hundreds of walkers Saturday morning in the third annual Walk 4 Pancreatic Cancer at Santa Clara University.
Frank Gore is in the final year of his contract and the 49ers selected Kendall Walker in the fourth round, a year after taking Anthony Dixon. Will Gore be back in 2012-13?
CURTIS HOLCOMBSeventh round, No. 250 overallPos.: CornerbackSchool: Florida A&M
The 49ers made the second of their sixth-round picks Saturday afternoon, drafting Colin Jones, the safety from TCU.
The 49ers made their first sixth-round pick Saturday afternoon, drafting Ronald Johnson, the wide receiver from USC.
With the 80th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers selected cornerback Chris Culliver from South Carolina.
So what attracted Missouri defensive endoutside linebacker Aldon Smith to the 49ers?
Quarterback Alex Smith is not property of the 49ers, but he continues to be one of the hot, pre-draft topics. GM Trent Baalke expressed his comfort level with Smith on Wednesday.
A league source tells NFL Insider Matt Maiocco that Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert is scheduled to meet with the 49ers, a team in desperate need of a new signal caller.
A source has told CSN Bay Area that the 49ers will have their team doctors look at Alabama WR Julio Jones' surgically-repaired foot.
Strong-legged kicker Fabrizio Scaccia, who finished the season on the practice squad, signed a futures contract with the 49ers in January.
Defensive tackle Marcell Dareus will spend most of Thursday at the 49ers' team offices, visiting with the defensive coaching staff, the source said. Dareus visited Wednesday with the Broncos.