Anything that happens in the 49ers' exhibition opener Friday night against the New Orleans Saints will merely be an addendum to what Harbaugh and his staff have already seen, he said.
Rookie CB Chris Culliver is expected to see a lot of action at right cornerback Friday night in the 49ers' exhibition opener against the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome.
Braylon Edwards and Michael Crabtree have not stepped into a huddle together as teammates and may not do so for a month. But when the wait is over, Edwards said the offense will feature two similar threats.
During his two weeks on the open market, free agency equaled frustration for safety Dashon Goldson.Now, the veteran safety says he's back where he belongs.
Jim Harbaugh is pleased with how Alex Smith and Colin Kaepernick have picked things up, and isn't surprised because they are 'bright guys.'
Safety Reggie Smith sat out most of Saturday's 49ers practice with an undisclosed injury, and his future is clouded after a message he posted Sunday on Twitter.
It's been a back-and-forth offseason for 49ers safety Dashon Goldson, who will re-sign with the team on a one-year deal after it seemed his tenure manning centerfield at Candlestick was over.
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Believe it or not, participating in his first practice with full pads, Alex Smith received a warm reception from fans at 49ers training camp on Friday. Will they feel the same when he throws his first interception?
Former 49ers Pro Bowl cornerback Eric Davis, who is the 49ers' radio analyst and co-hosts a daily talk show on 95.7-FM "The Game," said he does not see Taylor Mays as a starting safety.
Thursday was the first time the newly signed free agents were allowed to practice because of the new CBA rules, and it had a decidedly different feel that 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh sensed.
At least 49ers second-year safety Taylor Mays is not being subjected to unfounded trade speculation. There's no speculation about it.
Free agent wide receiver Braylon Edwards has agreed to a one-year contract worth 3.5 million with the San Francisco 49ers, the former New York Jet tweeted Thursday.
The 49ers agreed to terms Thursday with a starting safety, and his name is not Dashon Goldson. Former Buffalo Bill Donte Whitner will join Madieu Williams in the 49ers secondary.