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49ers sign veteran cornerback Josh Norman
The San Francisco 49ers have signed veteran cornerback Josh Norman, per Jay Glazer of FOX Sports with details from Mike Garafolo of NFL Network.
49ers have agreed to terms with veteran free agent corner Josh Norman to bolster their secondary. @NFLonFOX— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) September 5,
49ers-Raiders: How to watch, stream, and listen to the Week 3 preseason matchup
The San Francisco 49ers return home to Santa Clara to face the Las Vegas Raiders at Levi’s Stadium. The 49ers lead the all-time preseason series against the Raiders, 20-19. This marks the first preseason matchup between the two teams since 2011. The Niners won each of the previous three exhibition contests.
San Francisco is coming off a 15-10 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. The team’s running game registered 37 carries for 148 yards (4.0 average) on the night. Running back Wayne Gallman finished the game with 15 rushing attempts for 72 yards (4.8 average). Through the air, wide receivers Travis Benjamin and Mohamed Sanu each caught touchdown passes, their first of the preseason.
Defensively, the 49ers held the Chargers to 162 total net yards and sacked Los
Watch: 49ers QBs Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance each score rushing TDs vs. Raiders
It was Jimmy Garoppolo. It was Trey Lance. It was Jimmy Garoppolo. It was Trey Lance.
If you blinked, you might have missed a quarterback switch by the San Francisco 49ers. Garoppolo and Lance spent the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders subbing out for the other, and each quarterback scored a rushing touchdown on early drives. It was a potential preview of a plan that could prove to be confusing and frustrating for opposing defenses this season.
Garoppolo was the first to score, scrambling to his right for the one-yard touchdown, capping off a 10-play drive that started at the 49ers’ 32-yard
49ers’ LB Fred Warner comes in at No. 21 on NFL Top 100 list
By Rohan Chakravarthi
The NFL Top 100, a list the players on which are voted by NFL players themselves, returned yesterday to give the top 11-30 players ahead of the 2021 season.
On that list was San Francisco star linebacker Fred Warner, who came in at No. 21, which was the highest off-ball linebacker ranking.
Warner was an All-Pro last season, and followed his spectacular year with a massive five-year, $95 million extension that ranked as the highest linebacker contract for a mere week, as Colts linebacker Darius Leonard received a five-year deal north of $100 million shortly after.
At No. 21, Warner ranked ahead of fellow linebackers Bobby Wagner, who was 25th, Devin White, who was 28th, and and Leonard, who was 37th.
Last weekend, the top 41-100 were