There's no one answer to why Colin Kaepernick is still looking for work, but it's increasingly clear that the deciding ones don't have much to do with football.
We met up with Carlos Hyde in Houston to talk shop at the Super Bowl. The 49ers running back discussed transitioning to the NFL (it's not like what you see on TV) and what he wants to do when he reaches the game's greatest stage.
A new study suggests that NFL franchises fire their coaches too often, and too reflexively—and that making such a move is unlikely to produce short-term improvement.
The Cleveland Browns are looking at a winless season, but at least they don’t have the worst point differential in the NFL this year. That honor goes to the 49ers, who have some rebuilding ahead of them.
The offense is so bad, and the defense is so bad, that teams are running all over the 49ers.
Sam Bradford is playing well because he's finally on a team with a functional offense.
This Kaepernick thing is making people so crazy a columnist actually said he should refuse to answer questions.
This offseason, the Cleveland Browns and the San Francisco 49ers are trying to outsmart the NFL. So far, they've only succeeded in outsmarting themselves.