Jim Harbaugh left the 49ers with very little wiggle room when speaking about the possible consequences for Ray McDonald
The 49ers released their first “unofficial” depth chart of the regular season on Tuesday, and it contained one surprise.
New facts are beginning to emerge in Ray McDonald's domestic violence situation, and the initial details aren't pretty.
Tight end Vernon Davis was in attendance at Ray McDonald’s party in the early hours Sunday morning when San Jose Police arrived.
Alex Boone ended his holdout this week and feels ready to go for the opener, but he won't decide how much he plays against the Cowboys.
There is no word on whether or not Ray McDonald will be able to play in the opener, but the 49ers and the league are on the same page.
The season opener is five days away, and significant questions still remain about how the 49ers will line up against the rival Cowboys.
It was a busy weekend for Ray McDonald, who re-worked his contract with the 49ers before he was arrested early Sunday morning.
The 49ers have embraced individuals with checkered pasts, but Jim Harbaugh left no room to interpret their stance on domestic violence.
The 49ers made some surprising cuts to get down to the 53-player limit, but one special teams ace is back in the fold.
Alex Boone passed his physical, so in order to make room on the roster the 49ers have asked for a roster exemption as he ended his holdout.
The 49ers also completed their 10-player practice squad with the signings of three players form outside the organization.
Safety C.J. Spillman, the 49ers' top tackler on special teams a year ago, signed with Dallas and will be gunning for his old teammates in Week 1.
The 49ers have plenty of players with question marks for different reasons heading into Week 1. So Jim Harbaugh will have to play it by ear.
The 49ers have their 53-man roster set for 2014. But they'll continue to develop these players for future seasons on their practice squad.