The San Francisco 49ers have released defensive lineman Ray McDonald after learning that he’s the subject of a rape investigation. McDonald was arrested in August as part of an unrelated domestic violence case.
San Francisco’s long, long goodbye to Candlestick Park continues. This past week saw what was billed as the final football game, ever, at the 54-year-old wind tunnel by the Bay. As KQED’s Dan Brekke reports, 49ers legends and their fans visited the park one last time.
Four teams are left. But who will advance to the Super Bowl? CBS Sports national columnist Gregg Doyel makes his picks and tells us which coach might be the greatest of all time. Hint: it’s not Bill Belichick.
Since it opened in 1960, San Francisco’s Candlestick Park has been known for its howling winds and frigid temperatures. Even so, San Francisco 49ers fans have been having a hard time saying goodbye.
Terrell Owens is a six-time NFL Pro Bowler. Since his retirement, he has been spending his time pursuing another sport: bowling. Owens joins Bill to talk about his love for the sport.
Bill Littlefield laments baseball’s fall from glory and football’s growing popularity.
WBEZ’s Cheryl Raye-Stout has covered sports in Chicago for more than 30 years, but one moment from 1987 still stands out in her memory – and explains why she will be rooting for the 49ers this Sunday.
It’s Super Bowl weekend, which means it’s also time for the 19th annual Only A Game Super Bowl haiku.
On Sunday, second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick has a chance to take San Francisco to the Super Bowl when the 49ers meet Atlanta in the NFC Championship. It would be San Francisco’s first Super Bowl appearance since 1995. Bill Littlefield discusses Kaepernick’s recent success with Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Baltimore and San Francisco fans have labeled Billy Cundiff and Kyle Williams as “goats,” for their mistakes during last Sunday’s AFC and NFC Championship games. Bill offers some perspective for NFL fans who have lost theirs.