The Gold Standard Archive
So the debate is on. Should the San Francisco 49ers use the throwback 1994-1995 Super Bowl jerseys to kickoff Levi’s Stadium? Apparently some of the 49ers themselves are in favor of the throwbacks as 49ers LB Nick Moody tweeted us the following: @NinerFans @VernonDavis85 @PattonBoy_11 @Boobie24Dixon I use those when I play madden — Nick
San Francisco 49ers ILB Nick Moody has been a solid special-teams standout his rookie season. A sixth-round pick (No. 180) in the 2013 NFL Draft, Moody was only predicted to have a 50-50 shot at making the team. However, not only did Moody make the team but also helped infuse a special-teams unit that was amongst
San Francisco 49ers’ (14-4) primary return man RB LaMichael James tenure with the team has not always been fine and dandy. A player that had to work his way up the depth chart while trying to find a way to make a name for himself on special-teams, James was often overshadowed by his peers around him.
When the San Francisco 49ers (11-4) signed undrafted rookie free-agent DE Tony Jerod-Eddie back in May 2012, many NFL pundits including myself were skeptical to see how he would fare at the next level. At 6-foot-4 and 305 pounds, Jerod-Eddie had the ideal H-W-S (height, weight, and speed) from a genetic make-up standpoint to succeed but fine-tuning
After yet another stellar performance from San Francisco 49ers CB Perrish Cox, there is no way he won’t crack the 53-man roster. A former Denver Broncos fifth-round draft pick (No. 137) in the 2010 NFL Draft, Cox has not only excelled on special-teams but has showed up in pass coverage. In a sport, where versatility
As the San Francisco 49ers prepare for QB Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs it will be a bittersweet reunion for the Forever Faithful. A player that became a fan favorite during his last two years with the 49ers, the “Alex Smith supporters” will be watching his every move despite playing on the other
As the San Francisco 49ers continued their grueling offseason, it marked the first day without pads since the third day of training camp. A sign of noticeable injuries among the players, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh decided to play it safe before their Thursday Night Matchup against the Denver Broncos. One noticeable player that was held