San Francisco 49ers 2015 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling
The San Francisco 49ers just had one of the most baffling drafts in franchise history. They missed the playoffs last season and lost key players such as Patrick Willis, Chris Borland and Chris Culliver this offseason. They also cut Ray McDonald in ...
Blakeney Agrees to Terms with San Francisco 49ers
DURHAM, N.C. – Former Duke wide receiver Issac Blakeney has agreed to terms with the San Francisco 49ers to join the NFL organization as an undrafted free agent. In 40 career games with 18 starts, including all 13 of his senior year, Blakeney caught 98 ...
Patrick Miller signs as UDFA with San Francisco 49ers
AUBURN -- Patrick Miller went undrafted this weekend but signed with the San Francisco 49ers, according to a source. The former Auburn right tackle was advised not to leave early and enter the NFL Draft, but his heart was not in staying in college. "I ...
Winners and Losers from San Francisco 49ers' Draft
One of the biggest losers from the San Francisco 49ers' draft is head coach Jim Tomsula. He has very little job security. If the Niners take another step back next season, they might unfairly scapegoat him. He might be a one-and-done head coach ...
UW's Kasen Williams to start NFL career with Cincinnati Bengals
The Seattle Times
Williams, who after a sensational career at Skyline High School became the state's first-ever Parade All-America National Player of the Year, has reportedly signed with the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent. Williams, 6-feet-3, 217 pounds ...
Cincinnati Bengals draft wrap-up
There was temptation to classify this as the Bengals' riskiest move. Uzomah's addition got classified as the most surprising because his was the one name that was least connected to the Bengals. Each of the other eight picks had been tied to Cincinnati ...
Mario Alford to Cincinnati Bengals: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown
To finish the 2015 NFL draft, the Cincinnati Bengals found a wideout at No. 238 in the seventh round in West Virginia's Mario Alford, who is a threat to score a touchdown every time he touches the ball. It sounds like an exaggeration, but Alford comes ...
Josh Shaw's odd story ends up with Cincinnati Bengals drafting him
Yahoo Sports (blog)
You probably remember Josh Shaw, who was selected in the fourth round by the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday. The name probably rings a bell at least, if you pay attention to football. Shaw's story was one of the weirdest last year in the sports world.