Rookies and selected veterans reported Saturday for the opening of 49ers training camp in Santa Clara. Several players took to social media soon after seeing their jerseys hanging in their respective lockers.
Punter Andy Lee signed a six-year extension in May. But the 49ers have a host of talent they'd also like to keep around. Insider Matt Maiocco details the status of the 49ers' impending free agents.
When franchise tagged Aubrayo Franklin held out until two weeks before the 2010 season and failed to secure a long-term deal with the 49ers, his career suffered. Dashon Goldson has a decision to make.
Cleveland Elam, a member of the 49ers' "Gold Rush" front-four of the 1970s, passed away last week, the organization announced Tuesday.
The 49ers have no concerns about cap space in 2012, but the picture changes down the road. Insider Matt Maiocco reveals the numbers.
Dashon Goldson will be a 49er in 2012. That is certain. However, if the 49ers don't franchise him again next season, or a long-term deal is not worked out, he will become an unrestricted free agent in 2013.
Training camp for the 2012 season has yet to begin, but for just this moment, we can also look ahead to the 2013 regular season, and what opponents the 49ers will face in their final season at Candlestick Park.
Pro Bowl safety Dashon Goldson must play this season for the 49ers with a one-year contract after the sides failed to reach an agreement Monday on a long-term contract extension.
The 49ers might very well keep six wide receivers on the 53-man roster, but it is going to be difficult for anyone outside the top three to make much of a contribution. Jed York is hoping Kyle Williams has a "breakout" season.
If no deal is struck by 1 p.m. today, Dashon Goldson would not be eligible to sign a long-term deal until after the final regular-season game.Rewind: Source: No progress in Goldson talks
Second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick enters training camp as Alex Smith's backup. And he is the favorite to hold onto that spot.
Pro Bowl safety Dashon Goldson, the 49ers' franchise player, and the club have not made any progress toward a multi-year contract, a source told CSNBayArea.com on Friday.
The 49ers invested heavily in Alex Smith, and much is expected of him in 2012. But what should fans expect? Matt Maiocco digs into his mailbag.
Running back LaMichael James has the best chance to make an immediate contribution as a rookie, but Insider Matt Maiocco suggests tempered expectations for the other first-year players.
There are only two reasons for Jim Harbaugh to publicly say Randy Moss is the 49ers' best receiver: to validate Moss and to inspire the other receivers.