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The 49ers will host a local pro day on April 13
The San Francisco 49ers will host their local pro day on April 13. Attendees will have the opportunity to practice for the 49ers coaching staff, executives and scouts. The local pro day will feature athletes from area college programs including Stanford, Cal, San Jose State and others. Bay Area draft prospects who have played for college teams elsewhere are also eligible to participate. Teams are allowed to host an unlimited number of local leads. Local #49ers Pro Day is scheduled for April
49ers among teams interested in Miami WR Mike Harley
According to Pro Football Network’s Aaron Wilson, the San Francisco 49ers are among the NFL teams interested in wide receiver Mike Harley at the University of Miami Pro Day on Wednesday. Wilson named the Detroit Lions as another. San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions among several NFL teams interested in Miami wide receiver Mike Harley @MikeHarleyjr @MiamiHurricanes
49ers: State of the Franchise
By Rohan Chakravarthi
The San Francisco 49ers have had an offseason whirlwind, stemming from Jimmy Garoppolo trade rumors to the addition of high-priced cornerback Charvarious Ward, who signed a three-year, $40.5 million deal for join secondary school. However, while the 49ers made relatively minor additions, such as special teams Ray-Ray McCloud, George Odum and Oren Burks, arch-rival Los Angeles Rams made several signings: wide receiver Allen Robinson, who signed a three-year, $46.5 million contract; and linebacker Bobby Wagner, who signed a five-year, $50 million contract. So should we settle for how the 49ers approached freedom?
Are the pre-draft 49ers currently better than the NFC Championship Game 49ers?
The National Football League is a year-round circus. He never takes a break. It’s great for fans, and also for content creators, because we always have something to discuss (or debate). It’s no different for the San Francisco 49ers. This team’s fan base is passionate and always hungry for information and discussion about the five-time Super Bowl champions. So I thought I’d take a look at where the team is right now, compared to Jan. 30, when the 49ers lost by a field goal to the division-rival Los Angeles Rams. We’re well into free agency, and it doesn’t look like the front office is going to make any other big moves. So that’s likely the team they’ll take to the NFL Draft April 28-30. The 49ers, of course, have no