Posted: 3:08 a.m. Thursday, March 21, 2013
By Aaron Malone
Hate to do it to you guys, the 49er faithful. But this has got to be the quickest Nuggets of my life. And it's going up late. Plenty of things happening here in Oz. I'm in the process of moving house and you guys went and changed the hour on me. The nerve.
All quiet on the NFC Western front. Anquan Boldin arrived at team headquarters and said all the right things. He's excited to get started with his new team. I'm excited to see what another year of growth from Colin Kaepernick, an entire training camp of first team snaps for the young QB, an extra year or development from the younger skill players, plus a new weapon mean for our offense. Now if we can only get the defense to stop starting so slow....
Anquan Boldin returns to NFC West (49ers.com)
VIDEO - Boldin: "This team lacks nothing" (49ers.com)
BASG takes a look at a few cornerbacks we might be able to get our hands on once the market settles down. Yes, Nnamdi Asomugha is on there, but so is Adam Jones. That's right, Pacman. | Free agency bargain-hunting: three big-name cornerbacks who might come cheap (BASG)
And this headline might explain why we've chosen our policy in free agency. | Coach Harbaugh excited about young players filling new roles in San Francisco (Inman)
This is the best news we could hope for in this situation. | Aldon Smith recovering well from surgery 'couple weeks ago' (Gin)
NFL has all the power, but might be losing its charm (Mercury News)
Breaking the curse of 'T.O.' (49erswebzone)
Harbaugh 'fired up' about young receiver (Maiocco)
49 in 49: Markus Wheaton (49ers.com)
Don't forget to check out Trevor Woods and I this Friday, 2pm, and every Friday. Our #Channel 49 Q&A; session. Get your questions in starting Friday morning using the mentioned # and we'll answer as much as we can. We'll make a post out of 10 selected questions. See you then.
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