The Saints and 49ers have announced their inactives for Saturday's NFC divisional-round playoff game.
The Saints ruled WR Lance Moore (hamstring) and TE John Gilmore (toe) out for Saturday's playoff game against the 49ers.
The way we hear it, it would be a pretty big surprise if the 49ers decided not to grant CB Carlos Rogers' wish to sign a long-term deal with the team.
Tom Danyluk sounds off on the Saints-49ers game, Mike Mayock and the notion of natural-born winners in his weekly column.
Spearheaded by the creative coaching of Brad Seely, the Niners' special-teams play, including the kicking of PK David Akers, has been key to the team's success this season.
Taking an early look at the best two days of football of the NFL season — the top four seeds are back in action — plus all the other developing stories around the league this week.
Tim Tebow provided an exciting finish to wild-card weekend, and his Broncos face a familiar coach next week: new Patriots offensive assistant Josh McDaniels.
This week's "NFList" identifies the three most disappointing teams and the three most surprising teams this season.
We hear it hardly would be a surprise if the Niners decide to focus on fortifying their defensive line early in the upcoming draft.
In his "First Fifteen" column, Eric Edholm analyzes the wild-card matchups, teams that are making coaching and front-office moves and the playoff teams on bye.
This week's "NFList" looks at the teams that have most often come from behind in the fourth quarter to win games, such as the Cardinals with PR extraordinaire Patrick Peterson.
Considering how depleted the Niners' receiving ranks have become, the abrupt release of former Pro Bowler Braylon Edwards has raised more than a few eyebrows.
One of the league's biggest surprises, the 49ers, lead the NFC with eight Pro Bowl selections in Tuesday's announcement of the all-star squad.
We still don't know the complete 12-team playoff field yet, but Hub Arkush believes there are just six teams that have a legitimate shot at Super Bowl XLVI.
The 49ers released WR Braylon Edwards on Tuesday, the veteran wideout announced on his Twitter.