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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Jeu 23 Mai - 10:19

Tak a écrit:
tiens, je crois que j'ai énervé Joe. Laughing

meuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh non, Tak!
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Jeu 23 Mai - 11:03

joemontana a écrit:
Tak a écrit:
tiens, je crois que j'ai énervé Joe. Laughing
meuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh non, Tak!

De toutes façons, c'est du chambrage de vieux, çà reste ... bon enfant ! Mr.Red

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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Jeu 23 Mai - 11:23

Clair, on reste loin du fameux point Godwin...
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Jeu 23 Mai - 11:45

Tak a écrit:
joemontana a écrit:
Tak a écrit:
tiens, je crois que j'ai énervé Joe. Laughing
meuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh non, Tak!

De toutes façons, c'est du chambrage de vieux, çà reste ... bon enfant ! Mr.Red

c'est bien comme ça que je l'avais pris !!
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Ven 24 Mai - 9:16

Bof, on parle des 49ers, là. On est pas les Saints ou les Packers. Crabtree s'était enfin sorti les doigts l'an dernier mais c'est pas non plus notre pièce maîtresse. Je tirerais plus la gueule si on perdait Staley ou un mec du front 7.
A la limite, ça doit emmerder Kaepernick qui a 3 mois pour trouver des automatismes avec Boldin et se souvenir qu'il a un TE.

Quant à la négo qui devient favorable au front office, j'y crois pas trop. Quand on est capable de rater la moitié de sa saison rookie sur un holdout, c'est pas 6 mois d'ITT qui vont faire peur.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Ven 24 Mai - 9:36

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Bof, on parle des 49ers, là. On est pas les Saints ou les Packers. Crabtree s'était enfin sorti les doigts l'an dernier mais c'est pas non plus notre pièce maîtresse. Je tirerais plus la gueule si on perdait Staley ou un mec du front 7.
A la limite, ça doit emmerder Kaepernick qui a 3 mois pour trouver des automatismes avec Boldin et se souvenir qu'il a un TE.

Quant à la négo qui devient favorable au front office, j'y crois pas trop. Quand on est capable de rater la moitié de sa saison rookie sur un holdout, c'est pas 6 mois d'ITT qui vont faire peur.

A l'évidence, tu l'aimes encore moins que moi,le Crabtree .....
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Sam 1 Juin - 21:31

Et on continue dans la vague des assistants qui ont un background expérimenté.

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ESPN NFL analyst Eric Mangini is joining the San Francisco 49ers as an offensive consultant.

In his role with the defending NFC champions, Mangini will work to find weaknesses in opposing defenses.

The role is a bit of a shift for Mangini, who always has been known as a defensive coach from his time working under Bill Belichick in New England. He also has experience on the offensive side of the ball in his coaching career.

Mangini has ties to 49ers general manager Trent Baalke, who was a personnel scout for the New York Jets in 1998-99 while Mangini was a defensive assistant. Mangini also has previously worked with current 49ers special teams coach Brad Seely.
J'ai pas vu/écouté Mangini sur ESPN, mais j'en lis des choses pas dégueu.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Ven 7 Juin - 18:53

Article long mais très intéressant: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/eye-on-football/22356822/agents-take-analyzing-the-49ers-blueprint-for-long-term-success

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The New England Patriots are regarded by many as the NFL's best franchise. Despite not having won a Super Bowl in eight seasons, they have been championship contenders for nearly 15 years.

Thanks to one of the NFL's most talented rosters and sound salary-cap management, the San Francisco 49ers should have an extended window of opportunity as Super Bowl contenders. San Francisco could replace New England as the NFL's model franchise.

The 49ers have rebounded after falling on hard times during the early 2000s. San Francisco missed the playoffs for eight consecutive years (2003-10) in which they won only 36 percent of their games. Only three teams had a lower winning percentage during that time. The 49ers turned the corner in 2011 with a 13-3 season that ended in the NFC Championship Game after hiring Stanford's Jim Harbaugh as head coach.

While undergoing the rebuilding process, the 49ers seemingly adopted and improved upon the approach used by the Philadelphia Eagles when they went to five NFC Championship Games and one Super Bowl in an eight-year span during the 2000s. Emphasis was placed on building through the NFL Draft, signing key young players to salary-cap-friendly contract extensions before they approached free agency and using free agency judiciously to fill holes in the roster. The 49ers have added another element to the equation with their development of undrafted free agents
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Jeu 20 Juin - 7:52

C'EST BON, CA!!!
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49ers extend Justin Smith's contract by two years
The 49ers signed perhaps the most indispensable member of their defense, lineman Justin Smith, to a two-year contract extension Wednesday. The new deal makes him a 49er through the 2015 season.

"Justin's All-Pro contributions on the field, as well as his leadership on and off the field, are integral to our success," general manager Trent Baalke said in a statement. "Justin consistently sets a standard of excellence. This contract allows Justin to finish his career as a 49er."

Indeed, Smith last year said he figured he had "three or four years" left in his career. Smith, 33, joined the 49ers as a free agent in 2008 and likely will go down as one of the franchise's best free-agent acquisitions ever. In 2011, he paired with then-rookie Aldon Smith to form one of the most fearsome pass-rush combinations in the NFL, one that helped get the 49ers to the NFC championship game.

Last year, Justin Smith tore his left triceps tendon in Week 15, and the 49ers defense suffered without him at full strength. Smith had surgery in February and is expected to rejoin practice at the start of training camp.

A week ago, Smith said he was not concerned about entering the season on the final year of his contract. "You really can't forecast anything out past the year you're in," he said. "So I'm thinking about 2013, and 2013 only. At this point in my career, nothing's a given, nothing's a guarantee. They don't like old guys, anyway, for football. I'm going to enjoy this year and do the best I can this year and hopefully it's enough for us and the team and we get it done."

The 49ers drafted defensive end Tank Carradine in the second round and defensive lineman Quinton Dial in the fifth round this year ostensibly to replace Smith at some point. Neither player, however, has been able to practice thus far and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio said recently that he didn't expect them to be ready for the start of training camp.

Smith had been represented by Creative Artist's Agency but recently parted ways with the firm. Evidently he negotiated this deal himself.

http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/06/49ers-extend-justin-smiths-contract-by-two-years.html#storylink=cpy



Et ça, c'est pas mal non plus.
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Report: 49ers ink Greg Roman to two-year extension

The 49ers still risk losing Greg Roman to a team looking for a new head coach. But at least Roman will be a bit happier after recently signing a two-year contract extension with the team. News of Roman's new deal first was reported by NFL Network.

The 49ers offensive coordinator is considered one of the brightest young coaches in the league. San Francisco's long-suffering offense finished 11th in the league in yards gained last year, Roman's second season calling plays for the 49ers.

Meanwhile, an array of 49ers, from quarterback Alex Smith to receiver Michael Crabtree, had the best seasons of their careers under Roman. His knowlege of various schemes and his creativity as a play caller also makes Roman a particularly good match with multi-talented quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

He was expected to get interest as a head coach in January, especially from new general managers David Caldwell in Jacksonville and Tom Telesco in San Diego, both of whom were teammates of Roman's at John Carroll University in the early 1990s. However, both the Jaguars and Chargers decided on new head coaches while the 49ers were in the midst of their march to the Super Bowl.

Roman's flaw in the eyes of NFL teams is that simply hasn't been coordinator for very long and there's a perception that Harbaugh is the one actually pulling the strings on the 49ers offense. That lack of experience - Roman was a co-offensive coordinator with Stanford in 2010 - led to him signing a relatively modest deal with the 49ers in 2011 when Harbaugh and his staff were hired, a league source said.

Roman's deal also comes shortly after the 49ers hired former NFL coach Eric Mangini as "senior offensive consultant" on Harbaugh's staff. It likely is assurance to Roman that he remains Harbaugh's no. 1 lieutenant on offense.

The 49ers can prevent assistant coaches from moving to another team if they are under contract, as they have done the past two seasons with defensive back coach Ed Donatell. However, they cannot bar a coordinator like Roman from a head-coaching job.

http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/06/report-49ers-ink-greg-roman-to-two-year-deal.html#storylink=cpy

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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Sam 6 Juil - 12:45



Une note plus légère...probablement. A SF on a beaucoup vu des mecs porter des casquettes d'équipes de baseball...CK7 fait "mieux".
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Dim 7 Juil - 22:10

Yeah!!
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Ven 19 Juil - 21:16

Eric Wright (Bucs) arrive à SF pour un conditional de 2014 (ça sent le 7e).
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Ven 19 Juil - 23:09

kwyet a écrit:
Eric Wright (Bucs) arrive à SF pour un conditional de 2014 (ça sent le 7e).

Après une première saison moyenne avec un gros contrat, on lui avait proposé un contrat sur 1 an, beaucoup moins cher ou le cut.

Il avait signé le contrat, pensant qu'il aurait moins en FA.

Là il a eu un DUI, qui a précipité la décision.

Du coup, on se retrouve avec Revis qui revient de blessure et le rookie 2è tour Banks comme titulaire
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Lun 22 Juil - 7:27

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Carlos Rodgers will be cut from team if trade partner isn't found.

Rumeur qui commence à paraitre un peu partout...j'imagine qu'on en saura plus dans les prochains jours.

Ramifications sur le cap:
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The 49ers recent trade for cornerback Eric Wright raises a variety of question marks about the cornerback position. Wright has a salary that is not guaranteed if he does not make the roster, leaving him battling numerous players for a spot. Given Wright's potential in the slot, I want to take a look at the implications of cutting current 49ers starting cornerback Carlos Rogers.

Rogers cap figure includes $4,483,593 in prorated bonus money, from 2013-2015, and he received a $1.25 million guarantee this past April 1. If Rogers were cut, the entire $1.25 million would count as dead money for 2013, and would NOT be prorated over two seasons like most post-June 1 cuts.

Currently, Rogers has a 2013 cap figure of $7,344,531. Of that figure, $1,494,531 is prorated bonus, he has a $250,000 roster bonus, and he already received a $100,000 workout bonus for participating in the 49ers workout program.

If Rogers were cut between now and the end of training camp, the savings for 2013 would be $4.5 million. His release would result in a dead money hit of $2,844,531 for the 49ers 2013 salary cap. Additionally, his 2014 savings would be $5,105,469, and his 2014 dead money would be $2,989,062.

Those are big numbers, considering the 49ers only have roughly $5.8 million in 2014 cap space. However, let's not get to far ahead of ourselves, as the 49ers have roughly $4.5 million in 2013 cap space at this point. Barring any additional contracts, the 49ers could roll that over to 2014, nearly doubling their cap space.

The 49ers could also create some more space with a variety of contract extensions. Mike Iupati is one of the more prominent players who could be extended now, and of course we know that Tarell Brown is in his walk year. Another option could be extending Frank Gore beyond his 2014 end date, which could lower his current salary.

If the 49ers choose to keep Carlos Rogers for 2013, they could then cut or ask for a major pay cut in 2014. A cut would net the 49ers the same $5,105,469, since he would have 2 years left, and this would be a pre-June 1 cut. Post June 1 cut would be more cap space, roughly $1,494,531 more, since it would be broken in half for the two seasons.

Basically cutting Rogers now or in 2014 will have the same effect for 2014. However, for 2015, the 49ers would save his entire $9,094,531 with a cut now, or $7.6 million with a post-June 1 cut next offseason.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Mar 23 Juil - 9:00

kwyet a écrit:
Eric Wright (Bucs) arrive à SF pour un conditional de 2014 (ça sent le 7e).
... et il est reparti aussitôt. Il n'a pas eu le temps de descendre.

Eric Wright fails his 49ers physical, cut by Buccaneers

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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Mar 23 Juil - 10:13

Bah il a passé sa visite médicale quand même je pense...ils ont du secouer son crane et entendre un petit truc rebondir dans tous les sens...et là je peux comprendre que ce ne soit pas engageant!
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Mar 23 Juil - 11:57

Ils ont du regarder ses matchs de ces deux dernières années et se rappeler que de mettre un plot sur le terrain gênerait plus les défenseurs.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Mar 23 Juil - 12:59

C'est pas sympa çà.

Un 7è tour, ca aurait fait du bien aux Bucs Smile

Maintenant le pauvre, il va finir à Cleveland, Jacksonville ou Oakland...

Par contre sur le site de la NFL, il est toujours chez les 49ers, s'ils le resignent maintenant, ca serait déguelasse Smile
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Mar 30 Juil - 8:38

C'est pas grand chose mais moi, ça me fait plaisir.
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49ers throwback name logos will return for Candlestick's farewell season

The classic font logo, a fan favorite, returned to the end zones. According to Nick Church, a fan from San Jose, California, the team announced over the stadium speakers that this was a preview of what the field would look like for the team's final season at Candlestick Park. Next season, the team will move into their new home, Levi's Stadium, in Santa Clara, California.



Read more at http://www.49erswebzone.com/news/59030-49ers-throwback-name-logos-return-candlesticks-farewell-season/#J5VxeQgPQsIZVzhZ.99

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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Mar 30 Juil - 12:10

Il me donnerait presque envie de retenter le coup avec lui en Fantasy le bougre :

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With leading receiver Michael Crabtree sidelined at least until November with a torn Achilles tendon, all signs point toward tight end Vernon Davis becoming a primary target for quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Perhaps that's why Davis has spent some of training camp lining up at wide receiver. His speed and athleticism make him a matchup nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators, and it makes sense for the 49ers to get creative in finding ways to get him the ball.

"I'm willing to step up and do whatever they ask me to do," Davis said Sunday. "They've been having me line up at wide receiver, pretty much all over the place. It's a good thing that I get the opportunity to work with those guys because it not only helps me at the wide receiver position, it also helps me at the tight end position. My feet get quicker, my route-running is better."

If playing out of position on occasion is what it takes to get the 49ers over the hump to win a Super Bowl, Davis says he's all for it. He took inspiration from Atlanta Falcons star tight end Tony Gonzalez's decision to postpone retirement and come back for another season at age 37.

"This is a guy who has nothing to prove," Davis said. "He's already [deserving] of the Hall of Fame, he's broken all the records. This tells me how important it is to him to get a ring.

"I don't play for the Pro Bowl, I don't play for statistics. Maybe in my younger days I played for statistics. It's all about that ring."

Davis said he played some receiver in high school and hoped to play there once he got to the University of Maryland, but his head coach said, "You'll be too big," Davis remembers.

"I actually did get bigger. I got up to 248 pounds, and by the time I left Maryland, I was 255."

Davis, who is 6-foot-3, says his weight has remained 245 for the past four years. He's faster than most NFL tight ends, and he doesn't think playing receiver would be a huge adjustment.

"I mean, it's just like tight end," he said. "You're just running routes."

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh did not address the prospect of Davis playing receiver, but he said he likes what he's seen from his tight end so far in camp.

"I see a lot of improvement, in his ability as a football player, his route-running," Harbaugh said. "He looks really good, in the prime of his career."

Davis' 2012 regular-season stats -- 41 catches, 548 yards, five touchdowns -- were disappointing compared to past seasons. But he performed well under the spotlight of the postseason. Davis had five catches for 106 yards and a touchdown in the NFC Championship Game win at Atlanta. He hauled in six catches for 104 yards in a losing effort against Baltimore in the Super Bowl.

The difference, he said, was the chemistry he began developing with Kaepernick, who took the quarterback job from Alex Smith with six games left in the regular season.

Davis, 29, talked openly last season about him and Kaepernick not being on the same page in games. What changed in the playoffs?

"Experience," Davis explained simply. "You saw Colin developing into a great quarterback, and you saw the rest of the guys, including myself, following him and figuring him out. Getting the timing down, just figuring him out as a person and a quarterback."
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Mer 31 Juil - 7:25

xerios a écrit:
Il me donnerait presque envie de retenter le coup avec lui en Fantasy le bougre :

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With leading receiver Michael Crabtree sidelined at least until November with a torn Achilles tendon, all signs point toward tight end Vernon Davis becoming a primary target for quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Perhaps that's why Davis has spent some of training camp lining up at wide receiver. His speed and athleticism make him a matchup nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators, and it makes sense for the 49ers to get creative in finding ways to get him the ball.

"I'm willing to step up and do whatever they ask me to do," Davis said Sunday. "They've been having me line up at wide receiver, pretty much all over the place. It's a good thing that I get the opportunity to work with those guys because it not only helps me at the wide receiver position, it also helps me at the tight end position. My feet get quicker, my route-running is better."

If playing out of position on occasion is what it takes to get the 49ers over the hump to win a Super Bowl, Davis says he's all for it. He took inspiration from Atlanta Falcons star tight end Tony Gonzalez's decision to postpone retirement and come back for another season at age 37.

"This is a guy who has nothing to prove," Davis said. "He's already [deserving] of the Hall of Fame, he's broken all the records. This tells me how important it is to him to get a ring.

"I don't play for the Pro Bowl, I don't play for statistics. Maybe in my younger days I played for statistics. It's all about that ring."

Davis said he played some receiver in high school and hoped to play there once he got to the University of Maryland, but his head coach said, "You'll be too big," Davis remembers.

"I actually did get bigger. I got up to 248 pounds, and by the time I left Maryland, I was 255."

Davis, who is 6-foot-3, says his weight has remained 245 for the past four years. He's faster than most NFL tight ends, and he doesn't think playing receiver would be a huge adjustment.

"I mean, it's just like tight end," he said. "You're just running routes."

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh did not address the prospect of Davis playing receiver, but he said he likes what he's seen from his tight end so far in camp.

"I see a lot of improvement, in his ability as a football player, his route-running," Harbaugh said. "He looks really good, in the prime of his career."

Davis' 2012 regular-season stats -- 41 catches, 548 yards, five touchdowns -- were disappointing compared to past seasons. But he performed well under the spotlight of the postseason. Davis had five catches for 106 yards and a touchdown in the NFC Championship Game win at Atlanta. He hauled in six catches for 104 yards in a losing effort against Baltimore in the Super Bowl.

The difference, he said, was the chemistry he began developing with Kaepernick, who took the quarterback job from Alex Smith with six games left in the regular season.

Davis, 29, talked openly last season about him and Kaepernick not being on the same page in games. What changed in the playoffs?

"Experience," Davis explained simply. "You saw Colin developing into a great quarterback, and you saw the rest of the guys, including myself, following him and figuring him out. Getting the timing down, just figuring him out as a person and a quarterback."
c'est d'autrant plus vrai que, côté WR, en dehors de Boldin, c'est pas l'extase!
williams est en verre, Manngham n'est pas remis, Jenkins continue à décevoir, Patton est blessé à une main...
derrière, il nous reste Lockette, Chad Hall, Marlon Moore:[:at war with 
VD va être mis à contribution à la passe cette année et bien plus que l'an dernier
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Mer 31 Juil - 7:27

Ou Gore et Kaep vont porter l'attaque à 80%.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Ven 2 Aoû - 7:10

Shit!

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The San Francisco 49ers have suffered a painful blow to their secondary.
Chris Culliver tore his ACL on Thursday, a source who spoke to the cornerback told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport on Thursday night. An MRI confirmed the injury, which occurred during a punt return drill in practice.
It's exceedingly likely that Culliver will undergo surgery that will wipe out his 2013 season.
The Sacramento Bee reported earlier Thursday that the cornerback was sprinting downfield in a one-on-one punt coverage drill with rookie Marcus Cooper when Culliver crumpled to the ground. Grasping his left knee, Culliver was carted to the 49ers' training room.
Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle tweeted that Culliver -- being comforted by general manager Trent Baalke -- "was in tears" as he left the practice field.

Heureusement que Asomugha s'en sort plutôt bien d'après tous les beat writers présents aux camps.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Ven 2 Aoû - 7:23

Au moins, ça lui évitera de se faire cramer devant le monde entier si on retourne au Super Bowl.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Quest for... Dignity] 49ers Topic   Ven 2 Aoû - 9:35

les blessures commencent à s'accumuler.
Crabtre out
Culliver Out
Darius Flemming out (encore)
Willis out pour la présaison a minima
Bowman qui se s'entraine pas depuis 2/3 jours
les WR qui sont quasi tous plus ou moins blessés:[:at war with 

du coup, on revoit Austin Collie, on a la visite de Laurent Robinson, on reparle de Brandon Lloyd....

Quant au poste de ILB, on est juste, juste par rapport à l'an dernier.
Skuta, Wilhoite, Moody, c'est pas le top. Si notre duo de choc tombe, on n'a plus grand monde pour assurer la relève
j'ai un mauvais pressentiment pour cette saison, je ne sais pas pourquoi...
rien ne se passe commeil faudrait pour l'instant
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