To our readers: The Press Democrat terminates services of 49ers blogger
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by Annika Toernqvist
8M ago
To our readers: This morning I learned that Jack Hammer, whose work as a freelance blogger covering the San Francisco ‘49ers has appeared in The Press Democrat since July 2021, had pleaded no contest to a felony child-sex charge 18 years ago and was sentenced to 60 days of work release. We have terminated his services effective immediately. The incident, which involved a 17-year-old girl, occurred when Hammer, whose real name is Jeff Patterson, was a high school football coach and math teacher in Morgan Hill in the South Bay. In addition to his work-release sentence, he served five years of pr ..read more
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49ers vs. Browns: Preview, prediction, what to watch for
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
  An inside look at Sunday’s Browns-49ers week 6 matchup at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland. Marquee Matchup                                                              Kyle Shanahan’s offense vs. Jim Schwartz’ defense In baseball terms, Jim Schwartz has ownage on Kyle Shanahan. T ..read more
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Jim Schwartz has owned Kyle Shanahan
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
The San Francisco 49ers have scored 30 or more points in a franchise record eight consecutive games. This is the longest such streak in the NFL since the Denver Broncos won 11 straight from week 15 of 2012 to week 8 of 2013. San Francisco’s record setting run could be in danger of coming to an end against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Cleveland defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz has owned 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan. The two have faced off nine times since 2008, eight as head coaches or coordinators. Schwartz has won 8 of those matchups, including the last seven while holding Shanahan’s ..read more
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49ers – Browns Injury Report
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
The San Francisco 49ers made it out of their week 4 blowout win over the Dallas Cowboys without any major injuries. The only injury from the game was to left guard Aaron Banks. San Francisco received good news when Banks’ injury was found to be a mild shoulder sprain. This week they will travel to Cleveland. They will face a Browns team which is coming off a bye but may be without starting quarterback Deshaun Watson. 49ers Wednesday Practice Report LB Dre Greenlaw (not injury related – resting player) – Did Not Participate TE George Kittle (not injury related – resting player) – Did Not Parti ..read more
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Why Dan Orlovsky’s Brock Purdy-Mac Jones take was “disrespectful”
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
Former NFL quarterback Dan Orlovsky is the latest pundit to take a shot at 40ers quarterback Brock Purdy. During a segment Monday morning on “Get Up” Orlovsky told the panel, “If Jones was in San Francisco, he would be playing like Brock Purdy.” San Francisco tight end George Kittle was asked about the comments during an interview with KNBR’s “Murph and Mac” Show on Tuesday morning. “I saw that this morning. That’s disrespectful to Brock Purdy,” said Kittle. “I think Mac Jones is a fine quarterback. Currently what Brock’s doing, you look at his stats, just watch the tape. Just watch him move ..read more
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George Kittle on “disrespectful” comments about Brock Purdy
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
Brock Purdy takes more shots off the field than he does on it. The latest coming Monday morning from Dan Orlovsky of ESPN, “If Mac Jones was in San Francisco, he would be playing like Brock Purdy,” said the former NFL quarterback on Monday’s show. George Kittle was asked about Orlovsky’s comment during an interview with the Murph and Mac show on KNBR Tuesday morning. “I saw that this morning,” responded the 49ers tight end. “That’s disrespectful to Brock Purdy. “I think Mac Jones is a fine quarterback. Currently what Brock’s doing, you look at his stats, just watch the tape. Just watch him m ..read more
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Deebo Samuel to Micah Parsons, “It was already personal”
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
“Laugh now. Cry Later” That was the message Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons had for 49ers tight end George Kittle. Parsons comments came as he voiced his displeasure with Kittle on his podcast, The Edge with Michah Parsons, following the 49ers 42-10 thrashing of the Cowboys on Sunday night. What Parson’s had an issue with wasn’t that he had been shut down to the point it appeared he had forgotten to board the Cowboys flight to Santa Clara for the game. Instead, it was that Kittle had chosen to wear a shirt under his uniform with “F— Dallas” across the front similar to the one worn by ..read more
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Welcome to Brocktober
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
  Welcome to Brocktober. This is a month fans of Iowa State Cyclones became familiar with during Brock Purdy’s time in Ames, Iowa. For whatever reason, Purdy showed an ability to elevate his game in the month of October. The phenomenon began with Purdy’s first start against Oklahoma State. In his first start Purdy led a 1-3 Cyclone team to a 48-42 upset win on the road. The following week he led them to a 30-14 win over sixth ranked West Virginia. From that point forward a tradition took hold. During Purdy’s time at Iowa State he went 12-3 in October. Over the course of his college care ..read more
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49ers Game Balls: Career nights George Kittle and Brock Purdy in blowout win over Cowboys
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
With the entire NFL watching, the San Francisco 49ers put a beatdown on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night at Levi’s Stadium. Let’s hand out some game balls. Game Ball 1: Brock Purdy Brock Purdy completed 17 of his 24 pass attempts for 252 yards and a career-high four touchdowns. With the four touchdown throws, Purdy has now thrown at least two in a game eight times in his career. This ties him with Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner for most games with at least two touchdown throws in a player’s first ten career starts. The first quarter was a bit up and down for Purdy. After hitting all ..read more
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49ers – Cowboys Live Blog
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by Jack Hammer
8M ago
This is the live blog for the 49ers week 5 Sunday Night Football matchup with the Dallas Cowboys at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. I will provide updates and analysis throughout the game from the press box. 3:40 Former 49ers quarterback Trey Lance went through an extensive pregame workout. You can watch it by clicking here. 3:50 In case you missed it, here is my preview, prediction, and matchups to watch for in tonight’s game. 3:55 Inactive for the 49ers tonight are DE Randy Gregory, LB Jalen Graham, RB Elijah Mitchell, OL Nick Zakelj, QB Brandon Allen, TE Brayden Willis, DL Kalia ..read more
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