Vernon Davis said he is moving around better than he was after Sunday’s game but that his back spasms have not gone away entirely. He missed Wednesday’s practice and declared himself “day to day.”
For years, football fans have bemoaned the rule barring NFL home games that haven't sold out from being televised in the local market.
See what The Bee's Matt Barrows had to say about the 49ers following their critical victory and the aftermath that included strong criticism of coach Jim Harbaugh.
The 49ers lead the league in delay-of-game penalties after four weeks, which shouldn't be a surprise. They had more than any other team last year as well.
S This was more like it, more familiar, more effective. Unofficially, this was the 49ers’ regular-season debut in their splashy new Levi’s Stadium. This was … them.
SANTA CLARA --- The 49ers have taken the vaunted Eagles offense out of the game and yet still trail 21-13 at the half.
The Bee's live blog featuring updates from Matt Barrows and other reporters will provide observations, opinions and other key information from the game between the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles. The live blog begins at noon and will run until well after the game concludes.
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A look at the today’s 49ers game against Philadelphia, including broadcast information, five players to watch and injury report.
Prosecutors have again postponed a court hearing involving San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald in connection with his arrest on suspicion of domestic violence.
The Bee's Matt Barrows tries to help make sense of the troubling start of the 49ers' season. Replay the live chat he hosted Friday morning.
Spike in penalties in the NFL is taking fun out of the games.
Defensive end Ray McDonald has been playing well, 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio said, despite the off-the-field issues Fangio believes must be weighing on his mind.
Three 49ers who missed Wednesday’s practice were back on the field for the start of Thursday’s session.
Both Vernon Davis (ankle) and Anthony Davis (hamstring) were limited in practice today. Reading the tea leaves, Vernon Davis seems likely to play in Sunday’s game against the Cardinals. Anthony Davis might be slightly less so considering he missed all of the preseason (shoulder surgery), then suffered the hamstring strain as the regular season was beginning.
Two men have been arrested on assault charges after fighting in the stands during Sunday's game between the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers.
Authorities say they are investigating a weekend burglary at the home of San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald.
The 49ers, who have been as run-oriented, old-school and stodgy as any team in the league in the Jim Harbaugh era, rolled out a slick new look against Arizona on Sunday.
The Bee’s Matt Barrows grades the 49ers on their performance Sunday afternoon in Arizona.
A look at the today’s 49ers game against Arizona, including broadcast information, five players to watch and injury report.
Check out today's chat with The Bee's Matt Barrows as he assesses the 49ers' fortunes as they prepare for their upcoming game following last week's stunning defeat.
Derek Carrier entered last Sunday’s game against Chicago without an NFL catch. The 49ers’ young tight end finished it with three for 41 yards and seems to have a good chance of adding to his tally this Sunday in Arizona.
In an era of flea-sized attention spans, news stories tend to peter out after a couple of days. The story of domestic abuse and the NFL, however, has had rare staying power, which should be expected when a different player gets in trouble every few days.
The Cardinals today deactivated one of their running backs, Jonathan Dwyer, after he was arrested for aggravated assault in a case involving a 27-year-old woman and an 18-month-old child. Dwyer has been Arizona’s No. 2 running back, averaging six carries in the team’s first two contests.
Offense: With all their weaponry, Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers should have dominated the Bears. Instead, mistakes, penalties and turnovers first prevented San Francisco from putting the game away then allowed the Bears to crawl back into it. Grade: D-
Like they did last week in Dallas, the 49ers pounced early in their home opener at Levi's Stadium and they lead 17-7
A look at the today’s 49ers game against Chicago, including broadcast information, five players to watch and injury report.
The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows hosted a live chat as the 49ers prepare for their Week 2 home opener against the Chicago Bears in the new Levi's Stadium. Replay it here.