Braylon Edwards didn't practice all week, and is expected to sit out Sunday, but another 49ers receiver is off the injury report for the first time this season.
Michael Crabtree, Braylon Edwards, Ted Ginn Jr., and Kyle Williams were fined 5,000 for uniform violations stemming back to the 49ers' 16-6 Thanksgiving loss to the Ravens. Was it the socks, or the shoes?
Calling back the 49ers' 75-yard touchdown against Baltimore -- for what was technically a chop block -- was punishment enough, the NFL determined Friday.
There have been a lot of questions recently about the 49ers' receiver situation, but this one is the most interesting: if DeSean Jackson is released by the Eagles would San Francisco be interested?
Team president Jed York announced Thursday night the 49ers will not raise ticket prices for the 2012 season.
Receiver Braylon Edwards sat out his second day of practice in a row as he rests a knee that has given him problems since he sustained torn cartilage in a Week 2 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
With three weeks of Pro Bowl fan voting remaining, the Green Bay Packers and 49ers are proving to be popular among NFC fans. Patrick Willis is atop the inside linebacker category.
After Brandon Lloyd left the 49ers after the 2005 season, he signed a big-money deal with the Redskins and then virtually disappeared off the NFL map. But Lloyd returns to Candlestick on Sunday as the Rams' top wideout.
What Mike Nolan and Mike Singletary tried to do, they couldn't do. But Jim Harbaugh is doing it. Matt Maiocco and Mindi Bach look back at the 49ers' recent history, and look ahead to what is now a bright future.
Warriors head coach Mark Jackson and poker superstar Phil Hellmuth paid visit to 49ers camp on Wednesday.
Sam Bradford was among the Rams who were limited in their participation Wednesday.
It looks as if Braylon Edwards might rest this weekend after sitting out practice Wednesday, but the 49ers got good news when Adam Snyder made a surprise return from his hamstring injury.
Rookie fullback Bruce Miller, concussed against the Arizona Cardinals on November 20, has been cleared to resume practicing in preparation for the 49ers' game with the St. Louis Rams in Week 13.
Mike Nolan hung a banner reading 'Win the West!' in his first year as the 49ers' head coach. He failed to do so, as did Mike Singletary, but Jim Harbaugh is on the verge of finally accomplishing that goal.
The consensus pick to win the NFC West, things could not have gone worse for the St. Louis Rams, who are 2-9 and only now engaging the difficult part of their schedule.