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Coordinator changes for all 32 NFL teams entering 2020

[ad_1] 6:50 AM ETNFL NationESPN While NFL teams prepare for the offseason churn of players between free agency and the 2020 NFL draft, changes have been made to 17 of the league's coaching staffs.In an effort to take stock of all the coaching movement, particularly the changes in primary coordinators, NFL Nation reporters have focused in on the new faces and what they bring to each team.In the event no
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President Trump pardons former 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr.

[ad_1] WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump has pardoned Edward DeBartolo Jr., the former San Francisco 49ers owner convicted in a gambling fraud scandal.DeBartolo Jr., who built the San Francisco 49ers' 1980s-'90s dynasty, was involved in one of the biggest owners' scandals in the sport's history.In 1998, he pleaded guilty to failing to report a felony when he paid $400,000 to former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards in exchange for a riverboat
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No rest for the ‘grieving’ 49ers as attention turns to offseason – San Francisco 49ers Blog

[ad_1] SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- As the 2019 San Francisco 49ers wrapped up their final team meeting -- a session that was scheduled to last 15 minutes but went an hour-plus -- they took time to remember all the good that happened in their run to Super Bowl LIV.Coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch entered that meeting aware that the team was going to need time to pick
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32 NFL players who could use a fresh start this offseason, from QBs to injured stars

[ad_1] 6:00 AM ETNFL NationESPN Maybe it's money, maybe it's production. Or, maybe it's both. Sometimes a player just needs to go somewhere new. And this NFL offseason, several big-name quarterbacks could be on their way to new teams.QB Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers have already announced they're parting ways. The Las Vegas Raiders want to go after Tom Brady, putting Derek Carr's future in doubt. And, with
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49ers aim to improve but have to be creative to take next step – San Francisco 49ers Blog

[ad_1] SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- When San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch arrived in 2017, their mission was clear: Tear everything down and begin a massive reclamation project.For the 49ers' power duo, part of the appeal was plenty of resources to make a rebuild happen. They had the No. 2 pick in the draft and more than $90 million in salary-cap space. They could set
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Five 2020 offseason moves for NFC teams

[ad_1] While the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers might just have finished a thrilling Super Bowl, the NFL is only going to get busier in the weeks to come. The league's 32 teams are planning their offseason agendas, identifying targets in free agency and beginning to narrow down prospects they'll want to pay close attention to at the scouting combine ahead of the 2020 NFL draft.Over the next
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Niners tight end Garrett Celek announces his retirement

[ad_1] San Francisco 49ers tight end Garrett Celek announced his retirement via social media on Friday.Celek, 31, posted a message on Instagram to thank the 49ers "for giving me the opportunity to pursue my dreams." Celek, whose season ended when he was placed on injured reserve in December, had indicated during the week before Super Bowl LIV that he was contemplating retirement. He was the second-longest-tenured player on the 49ers
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Why 49ers believe they can bounce back from Super Bowl disappointment – San Francisco 49ers Blog

[ad_1] SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- The San Francisco 49ers' climb from 4-12 in 2018 to NFC champions in 2019 left them in company with just two other teams who went from four or fewer wins in one season to a Super Bowl appearance the next.The Niners' 31-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV prevented them from joining the St. Louis Rams as the only teams to
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49ers’ Kyle Shanahan says he has no regrets about Super Bowl playcalling

[ad_1] SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan doesn't use social media, but in the wake of his team's disappointing loss in Super Bowl LIV, he has a different method for gauging criticism levied against him and his team: text messages.Speaking alongside general manager John Lynch at the Niners' year-end news conference Thursday, Shanahan said he had about 200 text messages after San Francisco's win against Green
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Bold offseason predictions for all 32 NFL teams

[ad_1] Feb 5, 2020NFL NationESPN The Super Bowl is behind us, and now the real intrigue begins for all 32 NFL teams with the start of the offseason.We asked our NFL Nation reporters to give us a bold prediction for the 2020 offseason. Nothing was off limits -- be it free agency, the draft, coaching.One thing appears certain: Quarterbacks, young and old, will dominate the headlines. And the Rams might