San Francisco 49ers: 7 Potential Salary-Cap Casualties for 2015
The San Francisco 49ers will have decisions to make on their salary cap this offseason. The estimated salary cap for 2015 is somewhere in the neighborhood of $140 million, and the 49ers are already at around $151 million in contracts, according to Spotrac.
- Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers RB
Harbaugh has praised Gore for his handling of a difficult season and a year in which his workload has been less than what he's accustomed to or desires. "He's an unwavering professional in everything that he does. Great to be around. Loved by his ...
San Francisco 49ers: A Christmas Wishlist for 2015
With the San Francisco 49ers mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, and with Jim Harbaugh's tenure with the team apparently coming to an end, per Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the ownership might be looking to a higher power for help. Here at ...
What Can the San Francisco 49ers Do to Get Back in the Playoff Hunt in 2015?
The San Francisco 49ers' 38-35 defeat to the San Diego Chargers gave you a little bit of everything. We witnessed the 49ers' patented smashmouth brand of football, which has led the organization to three consecutive NFC Championship appearances.
THROWBACK THURSDAY: Dolphins Win AFC East Title On Christmas 1994
While Christmas may mean Santa and sleigh bells, one thing it usually doesn't mean is football – unless you're a Dolphins fan, in which case it brings back fond memories of one other thing as well: the anniversary of one of the greatest games in team ...
Numbers illustrate Miami Dolphins offense's notable progress
For the first time in a long time, the Dolphins, at least on paper, look like a productive, functioning, credible NFL offense. Lamar Miller is 79 yards from 1,000 on the ground. Mike Wallace has 10 touchdown catches. And Ryan Tannehill is 214 passing ...
New York Jets' game against Miami Dolphins might be last start for QB Geno Smith
Smith, who grew up just miles from the Dolphins' home field, might be playing for his job Sunday when the Jets and Dolphins conclude their 2014 seasons. He's most certainly playing for his next coach, and possibly his next general manager. The Jets are ...
Landry, Beckham Share Rookie Receiver Success
So, barring unforeseen circumstances, it will be Landry or Beckham leading NFL rookies in receptions in 2014, and Miami's second-round pick wouldn't have it any other way. “It's awesome,” Landry said Wednesday. “But it's that time of year where I've ...