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Matt Maiocco of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area reports that the San Francisco 49ers have signed seventh-round cornerback Philip Adams on a four-year...

Former New Orleans Saints linebacker Rickey Jackson will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 7, and in a wide-ranging...

Matt Maiocco of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area reports that less than a week after locking up Pro Bowl inside linebacker Patrick Willis to a five-year,...

Matt Maiocco of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area reports the San Francisco 49ers have reached a one-year deal with free agent cornerback William James....

The San Francisco 49ers announced that they have signed three-time Pro Bowl linebacker Patrick Willis to a five-year contract extension.

Free agent cornerback William James is visiting with the San Francisco 49ers, the team announced tonight.

The San Francisco 49ers announced that they have signed linebacker Brandon Long to a two-year contract. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Here's a recap of the trades from Day Two of the the 2010 NFL Draft....

San Francisco 49ers second-round safety Taylor Mays on former head coach Pete Carroll selecting Texas safety Earl Thomas over him in the middle of...

Here's a recap of the trades from Day One of the the 2010 NFL Draft....

With their two first-round picks, the San Francisco 49ers have overhauled their offensive line, selecting Rutgers offensive tackle Anthony Davis...

The San Francisco 49ers have reached a one-year, $1.6 million dollar deal with free agent outside linebacker Travis LaBoy, ESPN's Adam Schefter...

Jay Glazer of FOXSports.com reports the Miami Dolphins have traded former first-round wide receiver Ted Ginn to the San Francisco 49ers....

San Francisco 49ers restricted free agent guard David Baas has signed his one-year tender, the team announced on Tuesday.

Welcome to Opposition Research, where I’ll be taking a look at the next Packers opponent, the San Francisco 49ers (4-5). Coming off the high of the victory over Dallas, many now see this as a winnable game. Not so fast, Packer fans. There are a lot of things to be wary about in this Week 11 match-up between NFC teams on the playoff periphery.

It’s been a weird couple days in the NFL.  Here are a few stories that are making the rounds, each of them a head-scratcher: Rookie WR Michael Crabtree, after spending significant time away from San Francisco, finally signed a six-year contract with the 49ers.  If he has two outstanding years in his first four, the contract evolves into a five-year deal.  The weird part of all this?  M.C. Hammer was apparently present during negotiations.  Yes, really, that M.C. Hammer.

Look out now -- the San Francisco 49ers have officially accused the New York Jets of tampering with their (unbelievably, as-yet-unsigned) first-round draft pick, Michael Crabtree.  Back in May, Alex Marvez of Fox Sports called tampering "the NFL's dirty little secret," and warned that without harsher penalties, it'll only get worse.  Well, the 49ers are saying that the Jets called up Crabtree and promised to sweeten the deal left on the table in San Francisco, if only Crabtree re-enters the 2010 draft.  Rex Ryan, in true "no duh" fashion, has called the whole accusation "ridiculous."  Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum isn't talking, but either everyone's after the Jets, or there's something fishy going on.  Crabtree's the third receiver rumored to have been contacted illegally by the Jets, though neither the Denver Broncos (for Brandon Marshall) nor the Minnesota Vikings (for Percy Harvin) filed any formal charges.

I understand teams wanting to cover every possible mental aspect of a player they plan on investing millions of dollars in, but this is beyond absurd.

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