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The Quiet Before the Next Storm

Hangin’ in the Boise airport for a little while so I have time for a couple burgers and a cold one. Or vice versa. Something like that. And a little blog action. Crazy weather out here in western Idaho, eastern … Continue reading

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Hmmmmm . . . mmmmmH

Not much going on these days. The dust has settled, and the hens are clucking about the demise of the team. Oh, the unwashed masses. The hipsters are selling their tickets as fast as the hipsters coveted them it the … Continue reading

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In an offseason that just keeps getting more and more bewildering, Chris Borland shockingly announced his retirement today. Borland cited many earlier head injuries and concussions in high school and college. Borland certainly is looking to his future, bit you … Continue reading

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Armageddon It

Are you gettin’ it? Oh what a week that was. And it’s only Thursday. For all the angst around the players apparent mass exodus (Gore leaves, Willis retires, Iupati, Crabs, and Cox soon to follow) the only one I didn’t … Continue reading

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Not-So-Quiet Time

Well, it looks like the bellwether is gone. Frank Gore is reportedly ready to sign a deal with the Eagles. A little disconcerting to me, but hey, them’s the breaks. The guy paid his dues, and got handsomely rewarded for … Continue reading

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Quiet Time

No franchise tags, no rumors about trading the head coach, none of our free agents have been retained. Not much happening this offseason, discounting of course the gutting of the coaching staff a while ago. To those of us that … Continue reading

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Big Fun in Little SF

The calendar watch shows: March 2 Prior to 4 p.m. ET, deadline for clubs to designate Franchise or Transition Players March 7 NFL Regional Combine (Lake Forest, Ill.) March 7-10 Clubs are permitted to contact, and enter into contract negotiations … Continue reading

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