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49ERS STADIUMS:

KEZAR STADIUM:1946-1970

CANDLESTICK PARK: 1971-2013

LEVI’S STADIUM: 2014-Present

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STEVE YOUNG EDIT

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FAMOUS 49ERS HEAD COACHES:

BUCK SHAW: 71-39-4 ( 1 playoff appearance) 1946-1954

FRANKIE ALBERT: 19-16 ( 1 playoff appearance) 1956-1958

DICK NOLAN: 54-53-5 ( 3 playoff appearances,3 division titles,2 NFC Championship game appearances) 1968-1975

BILL WALSH: 92-51-1 ( 7 playoff appearances, 6 division titles, 4 NFC Championship appearances, 3 NFC Championship game wins, 3 Super Bowls) 1979-1988

GEORGE SEIFERT: 98-30 ( 7 playoff appearances,6 division titles,5 NFC Championship appearances, 2 NFC Championship game wins, 2 Super Bowls) 1989-1996

STEVE MARIUCCI: 57-39 (  4 playoff appearances,2 division titles,1 NFC Championship appearance) 1997-2002

JIM HARBAUGH: 36-11-1 ( 3 playoff appearances,2 division titles,3 NFC Championship appearances, 1 NFC Championship win, 1 Super Bowl Appearance) 2011-Present

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RONNIE LOTT EDIT

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DWIGHT CLARK EDIT

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True Story. H/T: NFL Memes

True Story.

H/T: NFL Memes

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JOE MONTANA EDIT

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The next 4 days are going to be the longest 4 days for NFL fans. The 2014 season cannot get here soon enough.

The next 4 days are going to be the longest 4 days for NFL fans. The 2014 season cannot get here soon enough.

CHIEFS, QB ALEX SMITH AGREE TO FOUR-YEAR, $68 MILLION GUARANTEED EXTENSION The Kansas City Chiefs have locked-up quarterback Alex Smith for the long haul. The team and Smith have agreed to a four-year, $68 million contract extension that …includes $45 million in guarantees, Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports. Bringing home $17 million now makes Smith the 10th-highest paid quarterback on an average basis, according to via OverTheCap.com. Smith, 30, was entering the last year of the three-year deal he signed in 2012 with the San Francisco 49ers, who traded him to the Chiefs last year. (Photo: Associated Press)
CHIEFS, QB ALEX SMITH AGREE TO FOUR-YEAR, $68 MILLION GUARANTEED EXTENSION

The Kansas City Chiefs have locked-up quarterback Alex Smith for the long haul.

The team and Smith have agreed to a four-year, $68 million contract extension that includes $45 million in guarantees, Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports.

Bringing home $17 million now makes Smith the 10th-highest paid quarterback on an average basis, according to via OverTheCap.com.

Smith, 30, was entering the last year of the three-year deal he signed in 2012 with the San Francisco 49ers, who traded him to the Chiefs last year.

(Photo: Associated Press)
PATRIOTS TRADE QB RYAN MALLETT TO TEXANS FOR 6TH ROUND PICKThe New England Patriots have traded quarterback Ryan Mallett to the Texans for a sixth-round pick, according to an NFL Network report. The move reunites Mallett with former New England offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien and leaves rookie Jimmy Garoppolo as Tom Brady’s backup.The Texans actually tried to obtain Mallett five months ago but the two sides could not agree on terms at the time. Afterwards the Texans bypassed on taking a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft and selected defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. They then brought in journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick to take over the starting quarterback job.Now that the Texans have Mallett, they have informed quarterback Case Keenum that they will release him, leaving Tom Savage as the No. 3 quarterback on the teams’ roster. According to CBS Sports, the Ravens are showing interest in signing Keenum after he passes through waivers.New England also discussed trading Mallett with the Bills and Cowboys before ultimately sending him to Houston, according to the Boston Herald. (Photo: David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports)

PATRIOTS TRADE QB RYAN MALLETT TO TEXANS FOR 6TH ROUND PICK

The New England Patriots have traded quarterback Ryan Mallett to the Texans for a sixth-round pick, according to an NFL Network report. The move reunites Mallett with former New England offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien and leaves rookie Jimmy Garoppolo as Tom Brady’s backup.

The Texans actually tried to obtain Mallett five months ago but the two sides could not agree on terms at the time. Afterwards the Texans bypassed on taking a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft and selected defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. They then brought in journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick to take over the starting quarterback job.

Now that the Texans have Mallett, they have informed quarterback Case Keenum that they will release him, leaving Tom Savage as the No. 3 quarterback on the teams’ roster. According to CBS Sports, the Ravens are showing interest in signing Keenum after he passes through waivers.

New England also discussed trading Mallett with the Bills and Cowboys before ultimately sending him to Houston, according to the Boston Herald. (Photo: David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports)

49ERS OL ALEX BOONE REWORKS CONTRACT, ENDS HOLDOUTThe San Francisco 49ers are getting back an important piece of their offense, as starting guard Alex Boone will report to the team by Monday after reworking the remaining two years of his contract, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.According to Schefter, the team won’t be allowed to put the franchise tag on Boone when it expires.Boone – who ranked 39th out of 81 guards last season according to the Pro Football Focus metrics but who ranked third in 2012 – was scheduled to make $3.7 million during the last two years of his contract. Now his combined salary will be bumped up to $6 million and he has new incentives that could increase that two-year total to a maximum of $8 million. The 27-year-old Boone has started 38 straight games. He gives up a sack every 148 pass plays and is called for a penalty only once in every 239 plays. Since he joined the starting lineup the offense averages 4.87 yards rushing per play.So on a day that the Niners’ received terrible news regarding their defense – after finding out the defensive lineman Ray McDonald was arrested for domestic violence and will most likely be suspended for six games due to the NFL’s new domestic violence rules – Boone’s return is great news. (Photo: USA TODAY Sports)

49ERS OL ALEX BOONE REWORKS CONTRACT, ENDS HOLDOUT

The San Francisco 49ers are getting back an important piece of their offense, as starting guard Alex Boone will report to the team by Monday after reworking the remaining two years of his contract, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.

According to Schefter, the team won’t be allowed to put the franchise tag on Boone when it expires.

Boone – who ranked 39th out of 81 guards last season according to the Pro Football Focus metrics but who ranked third in 2012 – was scheduled to make $3.7 million during the last two years of his contract. Now his combined salary will be bumped up to $6 million and he has new incentives that could increase that two-year total to a maximum of $8 million. 

The 27-year-old Boone has started 38 straight games. He gives up a sack every 148 pass plays and is called for a penalty only once in every 239 plays. Since he joined the starting lineup the offense averages 4.87 yards rushing per play.

So on a day that the Niners’ received terrible news regarding their defense – after finding out the defensive lineman Ray McDonald was arrested for domestic violence and will most likely be suspended for six games due to the NFL’s new domestic violence rules – Boone’s return is great news. (Photo: USA TODAY Sports)

Ranking NFL rosters youngest to oldest:
1. St. Louis Rams
2. Jacksonville Jaguars 
3. Kansas City Chiefs 
4. Dallas Cowboys 
5. Minnesota Vikings 
6. Green Bay Packers 
7. Seattle Seahawks 
8. Tampa Bay Buccaners 
9. Cleveland Browns 
10. Buffalo Bills 
11. New England Patriots 
12. Denver Broncos 
13. New York Jets
14. Cincinnati Bengals 
15. Miami Dolphins 
16. Houston Texans 
17. Baltimore Ravens 
18. Pittsburgh Steelers 
19. Philadelphia Eagles 
20. New Orleans Saints 
21. Detroit Lions 
22. San Francisco 49ers
23. Tennessee Titans 
24. Washington Redskins 
25. Atlanta Falcons 
26. Carolina Panthers 
27. Arizona Cardinals 
28. San Diego Chargers 
29. Indianapolis Colts 
30. Chicago Bears 
31. New York Giants 
32. Oakland Raiders