The 49ers have released PK Joe Nedney and C Eric Heitmann.
The 49ers have placed WR Michel Crabtree on the Physically Unable to Perform list due to a nagging foot injury.
The 49ers have signed PK David Akers, who previously spent all but one game of his 13-year career in Philadelphia with the Eagles.
The 49ers may cut CB Nate Clements to clear cap space and to go after Nnamdi Asomugha, but it is not certain.
The 49ers agreed to re-sign DE Ray McDonald to a five-year deal. Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee first reported the move.
The 49ers signed all 10 of their draft picks before camp began, including first-round OLB Aldon Smith.
The 49ers and QB Alex Smith agreed on a one-year deal Tuesday, reportedly worth $5 million.
Based on a vote of the PFW staff, here are three teams that we believe will be most and least affected by the NFL lockout.
Forrest Blue, who helped the 49ers win three division titles in the early 1970's, passed away over the weekend at age 65.
49ers general manager Trent Baalke would like to keep the majority of his team's pending free agents, according to Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News.
Even though his receiving opportunities might be reduced, Vernon Davis figures to be one of the league's most explosive tight ends in what is expected to be a very TE-friendly 49ers offense.
49ers C Eric Heitmann is expected to miss the entire 2011 season after undergoing neck surgery, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reported.
PFW identifies four players from the NFC West who are ready for coming-out parties in 2011 (clockwise from left) — Dan Williams, Bradley Fletcher, Russell Okung and Anthony Davis.
Doing his best Casey Kasem imitation, PFW executive editor Dan Arkush takes a stab at identifying the NFC West's top 40 players, regardless of position.
While there does not appear to be anything close to an outright rift between Alex Smith and Michael Crabtree in Niners Nation, the potential for mixed messages continues.