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2019 Schedule
4-12, 3rd in NFC West

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo, who has spent most of the past month working with Tom House and 3DQB in southern California and working with Men's Wearhouse on its annual suit drive to help provide gently used professional attire to individuals looking to re-enter the workplace, told me Monday afternoon that he's still hopeful he will be fully cleared to go at the start of training camp on July 26. "I'm able to do pretty much everything now, which is real good," Garoppolo said. "It's been a hell of a process. But you know, we've been moving in the right direction."

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Gould happy with deal after 'weird offseason'

Robbie Gould said on The Adam Schefter Podcast that he's happy to end a "weird offseason" with his new deal with the 49ers, but Chicago will always be his home.

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Gould's contract & Keyshawn talks M. Thomas

Schefter talks with 49ers K Robbie Gould about his new multi-year extension. Plus, Keyshawn Johnson on why Michael Thomas deserves to be the highest paid WR in the NFL and former WR Isaiah Stanback on fighting Type-1 diabetes with his daughter.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers officially announced that they signed K Robbie Gould to a 4-year deal on Monday, just before the deadline for tagged players to sign. Gould has been the league's most accurate kicker over the past two seasons and gives the Niners stability at a position where that can be hard to find. “Over the years, Robbie has established himself as one of the best at his position in the NFL, which is precisely why we were so committed to working out a new contract with him,” 49ers GM John Lynch said. “I would like to thank everyone who worked so hard to make this deal come to fruition. We are very happy to start off the year on the right foot with this agreement in place so that Robbie can get back with his teammates and focus on making the most out of the upcoming season.”

Schefter: Gould, 49ers worked out issues to get deal done (1:02)

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers reaching a long-term contract agreement with K Robbie Gould, per ESPN's Adam Schefter, comes as a bit of a surprise but is good news for both sides. The Niners never wavered in their hopes to keep Gould around and he gets the security he wanted in order to be so far removed from his home in Chicago. With that, the 49ers answer one of their most pressing questions heading toward training camp and do it just before today's deadline to sign players who were tagged to long-term contracts.

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30 for 30: 'OJ' film revisited

Any retrospective on the 30 for 30 series must include 'OJ: Made In America,' the five-part, seven-and-a-half hour film that broke away from the usual format to great acclaim. On episode three of our anniversary series, Jody Avirgan talks with the film's director Ezra Edelman about how he used OJ's Simpson's life story as a venue to explore America's complicated racial history, as well as his rise and fall as a sports icon. The film and the entire 30 for 30 collection are available exclusively on our streaming service ESPN+: es.pn/2shPit7. All bonus conversations about 30 for 30 films are available in our archives: http://bit.ly/30Chat.

Saturday sees 49ers as a sleeper team this season (1:02)

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

According to the NFL, the 49ers will report for training camp on July 26. They would then hold their first practice on July 27. As usual, camp will be mostly held at SAP Performance Facility in Santa Clara with a couple of shared days in Denver with the Broncos before the second preseason game scheduled for Aug. 19.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

On Wednesday night, 49ers rookie LB Dre Greenlaw spoke to nearly 30 Santa Clara County foster youth who graduated with either High School diploma, a GED, a Vocational Program Certificate, Associate Degree, Bachelor and/or a Master Degree in the 2018-2019 academic year. Each graduate received a gift bag with rewards from the 49ers, Google and Nike in it. Greenlaw, who grew up an orphan and was in foster care for six years, reminded the graduates that despite their challenges, they can achieve anything they want. "We can survive anything," Greenlaw said. "We've been through it all... your past doesn't define who you are. Your future is going to be what defines what you want to do and what you want to be. Just keep striving for that." DL Solomon Thomas and OL Ben Garland also took part in the event. (Photo courtesy of the 49ers)

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers rookie DE Nick Bosa said Wednesday that his plan over the next month and a half is to go to Fort Lauderdale to work with his brother Joey. Bosa missed most of OTAs and the mandatory minicamp with a hamstring injury. He said his aim in Florida will be to get the hamstring "completely right." Bosa said he's almost back to full strength now.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards241.715th
Rushing Yards118.913th
Points For21.321st
Points Against27.228th