This isn’t the first time in recent years that the Niners have had to keep a close eye on the air quality. The 49ers and Raiders played home games in smoky air in 2018 that didn’t reach the 200 AQI threshold. Conditions got worse the following week, leading to the postponement of the Big Game between Stanford and California but the Niners were off that weekend and the Raiders were on the road. … [Read more...] about 49ers Hopeful To Be Able To Play Opener Despite Smoky Skies
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According to a press release issued by officials, the Santa Clara Stadium Authority Board voted unanimously during a closed session Tuesday to authorize a claim for arbitration against the 49ers due to unpaid facility rent for the amount that currently stands at $2.7 million. … [Read more...] about Santa Clara Officials Claim 49ers Owe At Least $2.7M In Levi’s Stadium Rent
“We can’t necessarily get ahead, because as soon as you start getting ahead, that’s when you lose focus and lose sight of what the actual goal is, to win the championship,” running back Raheem Mostert said. “So for us, we have unfinished business. That’s our motto. That’s what we believe in. But at the same time we’re looking Week 1 against the Cardinals. That’s our main objective right now.” … [Read more...] about 49ers Try To Move Past Super Bowl Loss In Opener Vs. Cardinals
The latest is the team’s nasty feud with the city it now calls home, Santa Clara. The Santa Clara City Council voted this week to find the 49ers in violation of the stadium agreement that was approved by voters in 2010. The council gave the team 30 days to produce documents that will show exactly how much money the stadium makes and how that money is being spent. … [Read more...] about Santa Clara feud keeps 49ers spiraling down
And when players returned to Santa Clara in late July, they had to pass two coronavirus tests before receiving clearance to begin training camp. … [Read more...] about Will 49ers still get a Super Bowl bounce after coronavirus-ravaged offseason?