LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Thursday that a proposal to build an NFL stadium downtown is not dead.
Former 49ers wide receiver Stevie Johnson has agreed to terms Tuesday morning with the San Diego Chargers on a three-year contract, a league source told CSNBayArea.com.
Wide receiver Stevie Johnson, whom the 49ers released last week in a cost-cutting move, is expected to decide Tuesday morning between signing with San Diego or New England, a league source told
Frank Gore, Mike Iupati, Chris Culliver and Dan Skuta have found new teams during the first week of NFL free agency.
One day after his release from the 49ers became official, wide receiver Stevie Johnson reportedly visited the San Diego Chargers.