San Francisco took A.J. Jenkins in the first round of the NFL Draft last season, but could the 49ers go wide receiver in the first round again this year? At leas one NFL expert thinks so.
The 49ers have a bounty of draft picks this year, and use them to beef up the secondary in SB Nation's three-round mock draft.
With Oakland seemingly addressing their need at quarterback, will they look toward the defensive line at the top of the draft? Our Raiders blog seems to think so.
As the NCAA Tournament enters its final weekend, experts that agree the No. 1 overall seed will be the last one standing.
SB Nation's latest mock draft has the Raiders taking Sharrif Floyd, and the 49ers selecting Jesse Williams.
Sharrif Floyd is projected to Oakland, while San Francisco could choose from a multitude of defensive linemen at the end of the first round.
SB Nation's latest mock draft has the Raiders and 49ers selecting DTs Sharrif Floyd and Jesse Williams, respectively.
The HP Pavilion hosts two more tournament games on Saturday, including the Oregon Ducks and California Golden Bears.
San Jose hosts four NCAA tournament games on Thursday. Find out how, when, and why to watch them here.
There was a noticeable difference in San Francisco when their leader on defense went down. Will they pick his heir apparent in the 1st round?
The California Golden Bears grabbed a No. 12 seed in the NCAA tournament, and will face UNLV in the second round.
Get the scoop on where to sit down, watch, cheer and boo the tournament selection committee as hopes and dreams are built with the NCAA tournament bracket finally revealed.
According to draft analyst Rob Rang, Sharriff Floyd is headed to Oakland and Jesse Williams is headed to San Francisco come this year's NFL Draft.
The Bracket experts believe the California Golden Bears will receive an at-large bid for the NCAA tournament.
According to his most recent mock draft, CBS Sports' draft analyst Rob Rang has DT Jesse Williams going 31st overall to the San Francisco 49ers.
Stanford and Cal had good showings at the NFL Combine, but it was the latter who really stood out.
The Raiders could address the offensive or defensive line with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, according to mock draft experts.
SB Nation's latest mock draft has the Raiders taking Geno Smith in the first round.
The Sacramento Kings traded away Thomas Robinson - the No. 5 pick in the 2012 draft - for Patrick Patterson at the deadline, a financially-motivated deal that received universally negative reactions.
It's not pretty, but the Golden State Warriors did the job they set out to do at the trade deadline, getting under the luxury tax threshold by dealing some little-used pieces in Charles Jenkins and Jeremy Tyler.
The Kings essentially gave away their top-five pick from last year, acquiring Patrick Patterson, Toney Douglas and Cole Aldrich in return.
The 49ers will try to address the secondary with their first pick of the 2013 NFL Draft, according to mock drafts compiled by Dane Brugler of CBS Sports and Dan Kadar of SB Nation.
The first big pre-draft event begins in just a couple days as NFL hopefuls will file into Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for the biggest job interview of their entire lives.
The Sacramento Kings have plenty of players that have executives around the league interested, but it appears the team may sit the trade deadline out.
The Warriors might not make any major moves at the deadline, but they might look to shed some salary and avoid paying into the luxury tax.