Terrell Owens was not contacted by the 49ers to fill the roster slot left by newly departed Braylon Edwards, but that didn't stop him taking to Twitter to plead his case.
Rookie Aldon Smith may be having a Pro Bowl-season, but he will not be one of the 8 49ers players representing San Francisco in Hawaii. Our Insider provides a few reasons for the snub.
Frank Gore worked hard to return from a broken hip that sidelined him for the final five games of last season. The hard work paid off when he was named to the Pro Bowl for the third time in his career.
The NFC West-champion 49ers had eight players named to the initial NFC Pro Bowl team on Tuesday, four of whom were named starters.
Here is the entire defensive player-by-player review from the 49ers' 19-17 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday:Defensive linemen
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Braylon Edwards wanted to be a focus of the offense. He wanted to post big numbers. But in this offense, that simply wasn't realistic. He turned into a spare part -- an expendable part.
In his weekly meeting with the media, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh made a point to thank wide receiver Michael Crabtree for his big catch in Seattle that made Christmas 'a lot merrier.'
When asked if the 49ers would replace Delanie Walker on the roster, Jim Harbaugh said the 49ers are considering all of their options. The coach declined to say if the TE fractured his jaw.
Receiver Ted Ginn is unsure whether he will be available for the 49ers on Sunday due to a left ankle sprain. Delanie Walker's status is uncertain after sustaining what is believed to be a broken jaw.
Whether they travel to Green Bay in January for the NFC championship game remains to be seen. But the 49ers will definitely play a regular-season game at Lambeau next season.
The No. 1 seed and home-field advantage is out of the picture for the 49ers after the Packers wrapped up the best record in the NFC with a win over the Bears. But San Francisco is still in a race with the Saints for the No. 2 seed.
The 49ers still have a shot at the No. 1 seed in the NFC and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
By leading the team to their fourth come from behind victory on the road yesterday, 49ers QB Alex Smith tied Joe Montana's single-season record, set in 1989.
Jim Harbaugh used some 'gamesmanship' to help Alex Smith and the 49ers escape with a win in a hostile Seattle environment, bringing San Francisco a win or Saints loss away from the No. 2 seed in the NFC.