The 49ers don't have the type of athletes who will dazzle their opponents. This team can win by being tougher and more focused than its opponents, John Clayton writes.
Cornerback Nate Clements should be a very good addition in a division featuring some big targets at wide receiver, writes John Clayton.
Thanks to an infusion of talent offensively, the 49ers now seem ready to challenge the Seahawks in the NFC West, writes John Clayton.
The 49ers' draft philosophy is to take the best player available. That has led to an influx of offensive talent, writes John Clayton.
The 49ers plan to let linebacker Julian Peterson rush the quarterback more than he ever has in the past.
QB Alex Smith is sure to experience many growing pains, but the 49ers don't have the luxury of sitting him.
Former Hurricane and current 49ers QB Ken Dorsey is gradually proving that he can play in the NFL.
Terrell Owens' departure has reduced the noise at 49ers camp, but also has the franchise lacking star appeal.
One player to watch for the 49ers is rookie OT Kwame Harris, who has shown a mean streak in camp.
Dennis Erickson has brought more contact and aggressiveness to his first camp as 49ers head coach.