A FOXSports.com report Saturday said that the 49ers held a private workout for LSU CB Patrick Peterson, the top-ranked corner in the 2011 NFL draft.
In the 30th installment of the Draft Dose series, PFW takes a look at 10 teams in need of an outside linebacker like Texas A&M's Von Miller.
PFW looks back at the last 10 players chosen with the seventh pick in the NFL draft, highlighted by the Vikings' selection of Adrian Peterson in 2007.
49ers GM Trent Baalke reaffirmed Wednesday that the team would like to bring free agent Alex Smith back to compete for the starting QB job in 2011.
Despite a very rough rookie campaign, we hear the 49ers aren't ready to give up at all on promising 2010 first-round ORT Anthony Davis.
The 2005 No. 1 pick, QB Alex Smith, could get a chance to remain with the 49ers and battle for the starting quarterback spot.
While we hear the Niners are unlikely to use their first-round draft pick on a quarterback, it's quite possible they could look seriously at a signalcaller in either the second or third round.
NFL players are locked out of their team facilities due to the ongoing labor negotiations, but that hasn't stopped some players from meeting up with teammates and getting work done.
Adding to the uncertainty due to the current lockout are the undeniably shaky QB situations facing one-third of the league's teams, including the 49ers and holdover starter Alex Smith.
The Vikings are looking for a successor to QB Brett Favre, as PFW identifies the top three draft needs of each NFC team.
With the 49ers and NT Aubrayo Franklin apparently differing somewhat on the former franchise player's current worth, we hear it's likely Franklin will test the free-agent market.
The Chargers, Raiders and 49ers all received grim news on Monday, as their hopes of having state money go to new stadiums was dismissed by politicians.
While there's no denying the strong relationship between 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and GM Trent Baalke, their differing views on Alex Smith could become a problem.
OLB Manny Lawson, SS Dashon Goldson and DE Ray McDonald were all sent tenders by the Niners, according to CSN Bay Area.
With the owners and players mired in negotiations, the beginning of free agency is likely to be delayed. Yet, PFW examines the free-agent picture for each club, with the NFC West featured today.