49ers players: Many will skip offseason workouts over COVID — Marin Independent Journal

The 49ers’ players joined a chorus Saturday from around the professional football world, announcing through the NFL Players Association that many of them won’t be involved in the team’s voluntary offseason program. The Niners’ players cited the coronavirus pandemic as a reason to hold a virtual offseason rather than in-person workouts this spring and summer.…

49ers players: Many will skip offseason workouts over COVID — Marin Independent Journal

49ers’ great Charlie Krueger dies at 84 — KRON4

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — Former San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Charlie Krueger died on Friday at the age of 84, the organization announced. Krueger died in Clayton, California. He spent his entire 16-year NFL career with the 49ers, from 1958 to 1973, and had his number 70 retired by the 49ers in 1974. The…

49ers’ great Charlie Krueger dies at 84 — KRON4

Coronavirus: Another 49ers’ outbreak appears afoot with eight on COVID-19 reserve list — Red Bluff Daily News

Three more 49ers were added Wednesday to the NFL’s COVID-19 reserve list, raising their total to eight players within the past week. The 49ers’ roster already has been depleted by injuries so it will be interesting to see just how many players suit up Saturday against host Arizona. Eight players did not practice Tuesday because…

Coronavirus: Another 49ers’ outbreak appears afoot with eight on COVID-19 reserve list — Red Bluff Daily News

49ers’ Kendrick Bourne back on COVID-19 reserve list — East Bay Times

SANTA CLARA — Wide receiver Kendrick Bourne returned to the NFL’s COVID-19 reserve list Monday, three days after the 49ers’ wide receiver came off it. It is not known if Bourne again tested positive. His agent did not immediately return comment, and the 49ers are not permitted to reveal if players test positive or came…

49ers’ Kendrick Bourne back on COVID-19 reserve list — East Bay Times

49ers 33, Patriots 6: Jeff Wilson scores thrice before injury, Fred Warner leads dominant defense — Times-Standard

Fred Warner flipped his body sideways as he shuffled and spied Cam Newton. Then, in a flash, Warner coyly retreated into coverage, and, voila, the 49ers’ star linebacker came through with a shoe-string interception. At that point, the 49ers lead just 10-3, and, at that point, the New England Patriots showed just how little a…

49ers 33, Patriots 6: Jeff Wilson scores thrice before injury, Fred Warner leads dominant defense — Times-Standard

Despite county’s objections, 49ers aren’t giving up on hosting fans at Levi’s Stadium — East Bay Times

Santa Clara County executive Dr. Jeff Smith called new state guidance that allows fans to attend professional sporting events in California “the worst thing in the world to be doing,” but the San Francisco 49ers want to work with Smith and county officials to bring spectators to Levi’s Stadium this season anyway. In an interview…

Despite county’s objections, 49ers aren’t giving up on hosting fans at Levi’s Stadium — East Bay Times

49ers to donate $1 million for oppressed minorities in wake of Floyd death — Times-Standard

SANTA CLARA — The last organization to employ Colin Kaepernick stepped up Saturday night in the wake of national unrest following the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd. 49ers owner Jed York issued the following statement on Twitter: “People throughout our country are hurting. Emotions are raw and rightfully so. Heinous acts have been committed…

49ers to donate $1 million for oppressed minorities in wake of Floyd death — Times-Standard