Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
The 49ers took only one receiver in the draft, DeAndre Smelter, and he may not play in 2015 because of a knee injury. That explains why four wideouts were signed as rookie free agents.
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There were plenty of stories up to, during and after the prize fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, but the post gaining the most individual hits was the one focusing on Sacramento bars that were showing the broadcast of the big battle, won by Mayweather.
An investigation that began at Red Hawk Casino and continued at a Cameron Park motel turned up evidence of a scheme by several people to use forged credit cards and otherwise commit fraud, authorities said.
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5) Popular on Facebook: Blues legend B.B. King in hospice at his home in Las Vegas
Blues legend B.B. King is in hospice care at his Las Vegas home, “where he wishes to be,” his longtime business manager Laverne Toney said. “He’s always told me he doesn’t want to be in a hospital. He wants to be at home.” The 89-year-old musician is considered one of the greatest blues guitarists.
6) Popular on Twitter: Draft coverage on 49ers with Matt Barrows page
The 10 most-referred stories on Twitter Saturday and Sunday were written by Matt Barrows as part of his in-depth coverage of the San Francisco 49ers’ participation in the NFL draft. Our link takes readers to the page with links to all of those stories.
7) Popular on YouTube: Fishermen compete in Sacramento Bassmaster tournament