The biggest player during Sunday’s NFC Championship game just may end up being the weather.
Any cold-weather garments Vernon Davis owns are getting tossed aside. Forget about traveling to Green Bay, the Giants are coming to town.
The San Francisco 49ers won a thriller over the New Orleans Saints to advance to the NFC Championship game where they’ll face the winner of the Giants and Packers.
The Baltimore Ravens defense played a big part in their 16-6 Thanksgiving night victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Even without Ray Lewis, they totaled a franchise record nine sacks.
Welcome to the NFL’s version of hockey’s neutral-zone trap: The San Francisco 49ers rely on a power running game spelled by a short-pass attack, a rugged rushing defense and a very strong dose of special teams.
Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano is worried about his job security, and no wonder.
It’s official: Braylon Edwards is no longer an option for the Jets. The San Francisco 49ers signed Edwards to a $3.5 million, one-year contract Thursday.
Less than 72 hours before the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement expires, the league and the players’ union were scheduled to resume negotiations in front of a federal mediator.
The Denver Broncos are no longer aggressively pursuing Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh for their vacant head coaching position. New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell will interview for the position on Sunday.
Perhaps it shouldn’t surprise us that a team without a title since 1973 is slightly dysfunctional.
A person with knowledge of the situation says Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh is meeting with the San Francisco 49ers about their head coach vacancy.
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck has solidified himself as the #1 pick in the NFL draft, should he decide to declare (which he will).
They’re a bit like circling buzzards. The one-loss teams are hanging around the fringe, waiting and hoping for something bad to happen to the four undefeated teams at the front of the BCS line.