Want to feel even better about the 49ers’ strong finish? No team relied as heavily this past season on rookies. At least 10 played in every game from Week 4 onward. Matt Barrows has broken down the rookie class, and here's a brief look at the top players.
San Francisco 49ers insider Matt Barrows tells you who to watch in this Thursday NFL matchup with the Los Angeles Rams. There's fullback Kyle Jusczyk fullback, who is still looking to get involved creatively, Aaron Lynch, the defensive end who warrants more playing time, and quarterback Brian Hoyer, who needs to put it all together. Here are the details.
The San Francisco 49ers open their preseason against the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, looking for players to fill key spots. Among them are a safety whose aggressiveness has been a surprise and a linebacker who is well known for his ability to blast opponents. The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows assesses those two and one other player.
Preliminary work is beginning on a new soccer stadium, meant to be home to the Major League Soccer franchise Sacramento hopes to be awarded by December. These images show what the stadium is expected to look like.
San Francisco 49ers training camp opens this week, and here's a look at 5 players fans should be watching, from experienced veteran centers and Sacramento area prospects to possible breakout players and more. 49ers insider Matt Barrows reports.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was asked to clarify his thoughts on Fidel Castro after the game against the Miami Dolphins. Ndamukong Suh tackled Kaepernick 2 yards short of the goal line as time ran out, as the Miami Dolphins handed the San Francisco 49ers a franchise-record 10th consecutive loss with a 31-24 victory on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016.
The Bee's San Francisco 49ers insider Matt Barrows explains why you should keep an eye on these five players on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016. Those players include Michael Wilhoite, who may get his second straight start since with linebacker NaVorro Bowman out, and running back Carlos Hyde, who has yet to take over a game (and what's to blame for that?)
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand during the national anthem to shed light on racial injustice. His actions have spread across the NFL as other players are showing signs of support.