porty-ninarse-faithful:

lordhomonus86:

Niners report to training camp. Football is in the air and it about damn time.

YESSSS!!! About damn time!!!


porty-ninarse-faithful:

IM SO TIRED OF WAITING 😩

porty-ninarse-faithful:

IM SO TIRED OF WAITING 😩


the49erempire:

49ers Training Camp Media Session

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fyeahsanfrancisco49ers:

Frank Gore has heard the questions.
Does he still have it? Can he still do it? 
Now 31 and entering his 10th NFL season, the San Francisco 49ers all-time leading rusher said he understands why they’re posed, and he fields them one at a time, as he did on Wednesday, day one of the team’s training camp.
"I knew from seven years on that I would hear that every year, so it doesn’t bother me," he told a group of reporters circling him. "I train hard during the offseason, I practice hard during camp. I’m just trying to be the Frank Gore I have always been."
Gore showed no signs of slowing down in 2013, gaining 1,128 yards on 276 carries, the third-highest single-season total of his career. Asked whether he will take on a similar workload this coming season, Gore said, “I’m here. I’m still here. So why not?
"I’m from Miami, man," he added. "I’ve been competing every since I left high school. I’m up for it."
For the record, Jim Harbaugh said he thinks Gore has “three more good years” ahead of him, and former NFL running back Terrell Davis expects the same ol’ Gore.
But there’s another reason the questions keep coming: Behind their all-time leading rusher, the 49ers have five talented ball carriers entering their primes.
Kendall Hunter, 25, fourth season
LaMichael James, 24, third season
Jewel Hampton, 24, second season
Marcus Lattimore, 22, second season
Carlos Hyde, 22, first season
Gore has applauded the team’s depth at the position, but that doesn’t mean he wants to see his rushing attempts decline in 2014.
In fact, he welcomes his younger teammates’ challenge for his starting spot.
"One day, they’re going to have to get this role," he said. "While I’m here, I’m going to make it a challenge."
credit: 49ers.com

fyeahsanfrancisco49ers:

Frank Gore has heard the questions.

Does he still have it? Can he still do it? 

Now 31 and entering his 10th NFL season, the San Francisco 49ers all-time leading rusher said he understands why they’re posed, and he fields them one at a time, as he did on Wednesday, day one of the team’s training camp.

"I knew from seven years on that I would hear that every year, so it doesn’t bother me," he told a group of reporters circling him. "I train hard during the offseason, I practice hard during camp. I’m just trying to be the Frank Gore I have always been."

Gore showed no signs of slowing down in 2013, gaining 1,128 yards on 276 carries, the third-highest single-season total of his career. Asked whether he will take on a similar workload this coming season, Gore said, “I’m here. I’m still here. So why not?

"I’m from Miami, man," he added. "I’ve been competing every since I left high school. I’m up for it."

For the record, Jim Harbaugh said he thinks Gore has “three more good years” ahead of him, and former NFL running back Terrell Davis expects the same ol’ Gore.

But there’s another reason the questions keep coming: Behind their all-time leading rusher, the 49ers have five talented ball carriers entering their primes.

  • Kendall Hunter, 25, fourth season
  • LaMichael James, 24, third season
  • Jewel Hampton, 24, second season
  • Marcus Lattimore, 22, second season
  • Carlos Hyde, 22, first season

Gore has applauded the team’s depth at the position, but that doesn’t mean he wants to see his rushing attempts decline in 2014.

In fact, he welcomes his younger teammates’ challenge for his starting spot.

"One day, they’re going to have to get this role," he said. "While I’m here, I’m going to make it a challenge."

credit: 49ers.com


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49ERS TE VERNON DAVIS REPORTS TO TRAINING CAMP, STILL SEEKING NEW CONTRACTSan Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis, a potential holdout due to his unhappiness with his contract, reported to training camp on Wednesday, NFL Network reports. Davis skipped a mandatory minicamp in June and earlier voluntary workouts in a bid to get his contract reworked.Although he reported camp, Davis is “definitely” not O.K. with his current contract, Pro Football Talk reports. According to PFT, Davis might have reported after getting the team to waive fines he incurred for skipping minicamp.Another possible reason Davis showed up is because the 49ers reportedly won’t negotiate with players who hold out. (Photo: Brant Ward/San Francisco Chronicle)

See Navleen nothing to worry about :)

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49ERS TE VERNON DAVIS REPORTS TO TRAINING CAMP, STILL SEEKING NEW CONTRACT

San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis, a potential holdout due to his unhappiness with his contract, reported to training camp on Wednesday, NFL Network reports. 

Davis skipped a mandatory minicamp in June and earlier voluntary workouts in a bid to get his contract reworked.

Although he reported camp, Davis is “definitely” not O.K. with his current contract, Pro Football Talk reports. 

According to PFT, Davis might have reported after getting the team to waive fines he incurred for skipping minicamp.

Another possible reason Davis showed up is because the 49ers reportedly won’t negotiate with players who hold out. (Photo: Brant Ward/San Francisco Chronicle)

See Navleen nothing to worry about :)

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In 7 Weeks we’ll all be watching Sunday Night Football.
We’re pretty sure you’re all good with that!!!

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In 7 Weeks we’ll all be watching Sunday Night Football.

We’re pretty sure you’re all good with that!!!

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Days until….Preseason: 14Regular Season: 462015 NFL Playoffs: 167Super Bowl XLIX: 196

Whoa ive been so busy I didnt realize preseason is so close. Damn finally!!!

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Days until….

Preseason: 14

Regular Season: 46

2015 NFL Playoffs: 167

Super Bowl XLIX: 196

Whoa ive been so busy I didnt realize preseason is so close. Damn finally!!!

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Your sports teams are like your children. You don’t love them because they are good. You love them because they are yours.

porty-ninarse-faithful:

💥🏈💪💪💪 #portyninarse

But it helps if they are good too haha





Happy Birthday 49ers Rookie Jimmie Ward!

He turns 23 years old today.

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porty-ninarse-faithful:

hamr986:

Joe Montana w/ Roger Craig
SF 49ers

👏👏👏

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49ERS LB ALDON SMITH SENTENCED TO 12 DAYS FOR DUI, WEAPONS CHARGESSan Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was sentenced to 12 days in jail but can serve the time on a work crew, a judge ruled Friday in Santa Clara Superior Court, ESPN reports.Smith’s three felony weapons charges were reduced to misdemeanors and he received probation for three years on the DUI charges. He can serve his jail time on a work crew on Mondays, beginning July 28. Smith must also pay a $2,000 punitive fine for the misdemeanor weapons charges and is prohibited from possessing guns or ammunition for the three years he’s on probation. He must also serve 235 hours of community service.It was not immediately known how Smith’s sentencing will impact his availability to the 49ers. Smith is scheduled to report to 49ers training camp in Santa Clara on Wednesday. Smith’s 11 weeks of on a work crew would end the week prior to the 49ers’ first Monday night game of the season – on Oct. 13 at the St. Louis Rams."The 49ers organization is aware of today’s proceedings," 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said in a statement. "We are pleased that Aldon has moved past this phase of the process, and will support any action the NFL may take with respect to this matter. The organization will continue to support Aldon’s efforts to grow personally from this experience.”On May 21, Smith changed his pleas to “no contest” on three weapons charges, two misdemeanor DUI counts, as well as another count for a license plate switch on the vehicle used during the DUI. The two DUI counts consist of the basic DUI, as well as having a blood-alcohol level of nearly twice the legal limit."I would like to apologize for my actions and I will abide by any order you give" Aldon Smith said to the judge before the sentencing.Earlier this month, authorities did not file criminal charges against Smith in connection with an alleged false report of a bomb threat at Los Angeles International Airport. Smith is scheduled to attend a hearing on July 30 to address the matter. (Photo: Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports)

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49ERS LB ALDON SMITH SENTENCED TO 12 DAYS FOR DUI, WEAPONS CHARGES

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was sentenced to 12 days in jail but can serve the time on a work crew, a judge ruled Friday in Santa Clara Superior Court, ESPN reports.

Smith’s three felony weapons charges were reduced to misdemeanors and he received probation for three years on the DUI charges. He can serve his jail time on a work crew on Mondays, beginning July 28. 

Smith must also pay a $2,000 punitive fine for the misdemeanor weapons charges and is prohibited from possessing guns or ammunition for the three years he’s on probation. He must also serve 235 hours of community service.

It was not immediately known how Smith’s sentencing will impact his availability to the 49ers. Smith is scheduled to report to 49ers training camp in Santa Clara on Wednesday. Smith’s 11 weeks of on a work crew would end the week prior to the 49ers’ first Monday night game of the season – on Oct. 13 at the St. Louis Rams.

"The 49ers organization is aware of today’s proceedings," 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said in a statement. "We are pleased that Aldon has moved past this phase of the process, and will support any action the NFL may take with respect to this matter. The organization will continue to support Aldon’s efforts to grow personally from this experience.”

On May 21, Smith changed his pleas to “no contest” on three weapons charges, two misdemeanor DUI counts, as well as another count for a license plate switch on the vehicle used during the DUI. The two DUI counts consist of the basic DUI, as well as having a blood-alcohol level of nearly twice the legal limit.

"I would like to apologize for my actions and I will abide by any order you give" Aldon Smith said to the judge before the sentencing.

Earlier this month, authorities did not file criminal charges against Smith in connection with an alleged false report of a bomb threat at Los Angeles International Airport. Smith is scheduled to attend a hearing on July 30 to address the matter. (Photo: Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports)


WRs Anquan Boldin and Quinton Patton and TE Vernon Davis

WRs Anquan Boldin and Quinton Patton and TE Vernon Davis

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