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REGULAR SEASON (3-4)Day Date Opponent Time (PT)

Sunday September 13 @ Cardinals W, 20-16 Sunday September 20 Seahawks W, 23-10 Sunday September 27 @ Vikings L, 27-24 Sunday October 4 Rams W, 35-0 Sunday October 11 Falcons L, 45-10 Sunday October 18 BYE BYE Sunday October 25 @ Texans L, 24-21 Sunday November 1 @ Colts L, 18-14 Sunday November 8 Titans 1:15 p.m. Thursday November 12 Bears 5:20 p.m. Sunday November 22 @ Packers 10:00 a.m. Sunday November 29 Jaguars 1:05 p.m. Sunday December 6 @ Seahawks 1:15 p.m. Monday December 14 Cardinals 5:30 p.m. Sunday December 20 @ Eagles 10:00 a.m. Sunday December 27 Lions 1:05 p.m. Sunday January 3 @ Rams 10:00 a.m.

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The 49ers host the Tennessee Titans in what will be the 12th meeting between the two teams, dating back to 1970. The last time San Fran-cisco faced Tennessee was in 2005, when they were defeated by the Titans, 33-22, in Nashville. The 49ers look to snap a three-game losing streak after falling to the Colts, 18-14, in Indianapolis last week. After jumping out to an early 7-0 lead on a 64-yard touchdown run by RB Frank Gore, 49ers QB Alex Smith connected with TE Vernon Davis on an 8-yard touchdown pass late in the 2nd quarter to give the team a 14-9 advantage heading into halftime. The Colts went on to score nine unanswered points in the second half to claim victory. Gore recorded his third touchdown carry of over 60 yards this season, while Davis posted his seventh touchdown reception and continues to lead the NFL in receiving scores. The upcoming game showcases a tough San Francisco run defense (84.9 ypg. - 2nd in the NFL) against a high-powered Tennessee ground attack (162.3 ypg. - 2nd in the NFL).

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GAME #8

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49ERS 2009 MEDIA GUIDE

TE VERNON DAVIS - Davis is having a career-year, leading the NFL with a career-high 7 TD rec. He is also leading the 49ers with 32 rec., 375 rec. yds., and 7 TDs. Davis is on pace to set career-highs in both receptions as well as receiving yds.

LB PATRICK WILLIS - Willis leads the 49ers with 75 tackles, 6 TFLs, 2 INTs and ranks second on the team with 2.5 sacks. He is the only player in the NFL to register at least 2.5 sacks and 2 INTs. According to game-book statistics, Willis ranks 4th in the NFL in tackles.

NT AUBRAYO FRANKLIN - Franklin is the force in the middle of the 49ers run defense and leads the defensive line with 43 tackles and 4.5 TFLs. He has also set a career-high with 2.0 sacks. Franklin has helped limit opponents to an NFL leading 3.2 yds. per carry and the 2nd-fewest rushing yds. allowed (594).

P ANDY LEE - Lee leads the NFC and ranks 2nd in the NFL with a 41.6 net punting avg. He also ranks 3rd in the NFC and 4th in the NFL in gross punt avg. (48.0). He also ranks 2nd in the NFL with 23 punts over 50 yds.

RB MICHAEL ROBINSON - Robinson ranks 2nd on the team with 15 special teams tackles and has led the team in special teams tackles in three different games. He was a Pro Bowl alternate in 2008.

LB SCOTT MCKILLOP - McKillop has been a special teams standout in his rookie season. He leads the team with 19 special teams tackles and also registered a special teams fumble recovery for a touchdown vs. StL.

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49ers Lead Series 7-4

SERIES HISTORY

Year Win Score Location 1970 49ers 30-20 (H) 1975 Oilers 27-13 (SF) 1978 Oilers 20-19 (H) 1981 49ers 28-6 (SF) 1984 49ers 34-21 (H) 1987 49ers 27-20 (SF) 1990 49ers 24-21 (H) 1993 Oilers 10-7 (SF) 1996 49ers 10-9 (H) 1999 49ers 24-22 (SF) 2005 Titans 33-22 (T)

(H) = Houston, (T) = Tennessee

Matchups: 11Series Record: 49ers Lead Series 7-449ers Home Record vs. Titans: 49ers Lead Series 3-2First Meeting: 11/15/70, 49ers win, 30-20Last Meeting: 11/27/05, Titans win, 33-22Current Streak: Lost 1Longest 49ers Win Streak: 4 (12/13/81-10/7/90)Longest Oilers/Titans Win Streak: 2 (12/7/75-9/17/78)Most 49ers Points: 34 (10/21/84), 34-21, at HoustonMost Oilers/Titans Points: 33 (11/27/05), 33-22, at Tennessee49ers Shutouts: NoneOilers/Titans Shutouts: None

Series HIGHLIGHTS

COACHING CONNECTIONS• 49ers head coach Mike Singletary and 49ers pass rush special-

ist Al Harris were teammates of Titans Head Coach Jeff Fisher with the Chicago Bears from 1981-84. Although on Injured Reserve in 1985, Fisher still won a Super Bowl ring along with Harris and Singletary during Chicago’s Championship season.

• 49ers DC Greg Manusky and Titans DE David Ball were with the San Diego Chargers for two seasons (2004-05). Manusky served as a linebacker coach.

FORMER TITANS - PK Joe Nedney played for the Titans from 2001-04 ... WR Brandon Jones was originally drafted by the Titans in the 3rd round of the 2005 draft and played for Tennessee from 2005-08 ... Video operations assistant Mark Preto served in the same capacity with the Titans from 1999-2004.

FORMER 49ERS - Head coach Jeff Fisher served as defensive backs coach for two seasons (1992-93) with the 49ers ... Special teams coach Alan Lowry served in the same capacity with the 49ers for five seasons (1992-95) ... DE Larry Birdine spent half of the 2008 season on the 49ers practice squad ... DT Tony Brown played with the 49ers during the 2004 season.

TENNESSEE TIES– 49ers WR Isaac Bruce played for the University of Memphis for two record setting seasons (1992-93) ... 49ers LB Patrick Willis was born and raised in Bruceton, TN, and was a standout athlete at Central (Bruceton, TN) High School, where he lettered in three sports (football, basketball, and baseball) ... 49ers LB Parys Haralson played at the University of Tennessee from 2002-05 ... 49ers NT Aubrayo Frank-lin hails from Johnson City, TN. Franklin also played at the University of Tennessee for two seasons (2001-02) ... 49ers inside linebackers coach Vantz Singletary served as the defensive line coach at UT-Chattanooga from 2006-07 ... 49ers offensive assistant Jason Michael served as tight ends coach while at the University of Tennessee.

CALIFORNIA CONNECTIONS – Titans TE Craig Stevens and WR Lavelle Hawkins both played together at Cal-Berkeley from 2005-07.

TIGER TANDEM – 49ers DT Justin Smith and Titans WR Justin Gage were teammates at Missouri for two seasons (1999- 2000).

WOLFPACK - 49ers LB Manny Lawson and CB Marcus Hudson were teammates of Titans LB Stephen Tulloch and C/G Leroy Harris were at North Carolina State University from 2003-2005.

TEXAS TWO-STEP - 49ers CB Tarell Brown was a teammate of Titans S Michael Griffin, FB Ahmard Hall and QB Vince Young at Texas.

TARHEEL BRED - 49ers Dre’ Bly and Titans TE Alge Crumpler were teammates at North Carolina for two seasons (1997-98).

TROJAN TIES - 49ers G Chilo Rachal and RB LenDale White were teammates during the 2005 season at the Univ. of Southern California.

IT’S A SMALL WORLD 49ERS (rank) TITANS (rank) 3-4 (2nd NFCW) Record 1-6 (1st AFCS) 21.0 (19th) Points Per Game 16.3 (24th) 275.3 (27th) Total Offense 327.9 (19th) 100.4 (22nd) Rushing Offense 162.3 (2nd) 174.9 (22nd) Passing Offense 165.6 (26th) 29:06 (21st) Possession Average 27:30 (29th) 20.0 (12th) Points Allowed Per Game 30.1 (32nd) 337.0 (20th) Total Defense 394.9 (31st) 84.9 (2nd) Rushing Defense 112.4 (18th) 252.1 (28th) Passing Defense 282.4 (32nd) 16 (t-18th) Sacks 15 (t-21st) 48.0 (4th) Punting Avg. (Gross) 42.3 (23rd) +1 (t-13th) Turnover Differential -8 (t-28th)

49ERS TITANS PASSING YARDS Shaun Hill .................. 943 Kerry Collins .......... 1,071

RUSHING YARDSFrank Gore ................. 364 Chris Johnson ........... 824

RECEIVING YARDSVernon Davis ............. 375 Kenny Britt ................ 296

INTERCEPTIONSPatrick Willis .................. 2 Cortland Finnegan ......... 2

SACKSRay McDonald ............ 3.0 Jason Jones .............. 4.0

HOW THEY STACK UP - 2009

WR ARNAZ BATTLE - In his only game against Ten. (11/27/05), caught 7 passes for 75 yds. and 1 TD.

LB TAKEO SPIKES - Has played a total of 11 games against Ten. as a member of the Bengals and Bills, which includes his first career start in the NFL (8 tackles - 9/6/98). Has recorded 101 tackles, 3 sacks, 3 FFs, 1 FR and 5 PDs against the Titans.

CB SHAWNTAE SPENCER - In his only game against Ten. (11/27/05), recorded 6 tackles, 5 PDs and 1 INT returned 61 yards for a TD.

PLAYER HIGHLIGHTS VS. TITANS

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Mike Singletary is in his first full season as the head coach of the 49ers. A two-time Defensive Player of the Year (1985 &1988), Singletary played 12 seasons (1981-92) for the Chicago Bears and earned countless hon-ors, including 10 consecutive Pro Bowl nods and eight first-team All-Pro selections. After retiring in 1993, he decided to take time away from the game to raise a family. In 2003, Singletary broke into the coaching ranks as the inside linebackers coach for the Baltimore Ravens. He then moved on to the 49ers in 2005, where he served as the assistant head coach and linebackers coach. A year later, he was elevated to assistant head coach/defense, a title which he held until taking over as the 49ers head coach midway through the 2008 season. He went on to compile a 5-4 record that year, which included victories in five of the final seven contests of the season.

Jeff Fisher enters his 15th full season as the head coach of the Ten-nessee Titans. During his tenure, Fisher has led the Titans to 6 playoff appearances, with only 2 other teams recording more postseason bids. He also has captured 3 division titles and an AFC Championship leading to a berth in Super Bowl XXXIV, in 2000. In 2008, Fisher led the Titans to one of their most successful seasons, going 13-3 and winning the AFC South. Tennessee finished 7th in the NFL in rushing and 3rd in the AFC, totaling 2,199 yards on the ground.

THE HEAD COACHES

Mike Singletary Jeff Fisher 8-8 Regular Season Record as Head Coach 129-108 8-8 Record as Head Coach w/ Current Team 129-108 2nd Years as Head Coach with Team 16th 2nd Years as Head Coach in NFL 16th 7th Years as an NFL Coach 24th

49ers head coach Mike Singletary is one of nine current head coach-es who has playing experience in the NFL. Singletary was selected by the Chicago Bears in the second round of the 1981 NFL Draft with the 38th overall pick. In the seventh game of his rookie season, he earned a starting role and found his niche as the cornerstone of the Bears “46” defense. A two-time Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year award winner (1985 & 1988), Singletary was named to the NFL Team of the ‘80s after being selected to play in a team-record 10 consecutive Pro Bowls. The former Bears defensive captain was also named first-team All-Pro eight times (1983-89; 1991), second-team All-Pro twice and All-NFC nine times. Singletary finished each of his final 11 seasons on Chicago’s defense ranked either first or second in tackles, and at the end of his career, had amassed 1,488 tackles, 885 solo tackles, 51 passes defensed, 12 fumble recoveries and seven interceptions. He also started a defensive team record 172 games for the Bears, trailing only running back Walter Payton’s 184 career starts for the all-time lead.

HEAD COACHES WITH NFL PLAYING EXPERIENCE Coach Reg. Season Record Years Played in NFL Sean Payton (N.O.) 31-23 (.574) 1 Jeff Fisher (Ten.) 128-109 (.540) 5 Jack Del Rio (Jac.) 53-50 (.515) 11 Ken Whisenhunt (Arz.) 20-19 (.513) 9 Mike Singletary (S.F.) 8-8 (.500) 12 Gary Kubiak (Hou.) 27-29 (.482) 9 Jim Zorn (Was.) 10-13 (.435) 11 Dick Jauron (Buf.) 60-81 (.426) 8 Tom Cable (Oak.) 6-14 (.300) 1

FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE

Tennessee 33, San Francisco 22At Nashville, TN, November 27, 2005

The San Francisco 49ers could not hold on to a 14-9 halftime lead, allowing Tennessee to take control of the game after scoring 21 3rd quarter points en route to a 33-22 Titans win. The 49ers played well in the 1st half and seemed to have the momentum after CB Shawntae Spencer returned an INT 62 yards for a TD with just :38 seconds to play before halftime to give SF a 14-9 lead. Tennessee QB Steve McNair, who finished the day with 343 yards passing and 3 TD passes, directed a big 3rd quarter that helped give Tennessee the win. McNair completed 5 of 7 passes for 142 yards and 3 TDs in the 3rd quarter. McNair completed TD passes of 41 and 50 yards within 80 seconds of each other on Tennessee’s first two offensive plays in the 2nd half. The San Francisco defense opened the 2nd half by holding the Titans on three straight plays, forcing them to punt from deep in their own territory. WR Otis Amey muffed the punt return and Tennessee took over at the SF 41-yard line. On the first play from scrimmage, McNair connected with RB Chris Brown on a short pass that was turned into a 41- yard TD. The 49ers were held on the ensuing drive, and a punt by P Andy Lee was returned 19 yards by Titans rookie CB Pacman Jones for a first down at midfield. On the next play, McNair completed a 50 yard TD pass to WR Roydell Williams for a 23-14 lead. McNair culminated an 8-play, 68-yard drive with a 4-yard TD pass to TE Erron Kinney on the Titans next drive for a 30-14 advantage. McNair kept the drive alive with a 38-yard pass to Williams on a 3rd-and-5 play to give Tennessee a first down deep in SF territory. The 49ers went 3-and-out in all four drives in the 3rd quarter, gained no first downs and netted just 17 yards. After Tennessee added a FG in the 4th quarter to take a 33-14 lead, the 49ers mounted a 15-play, 82-yard drive that ended when QB Ken Dorsey completed a 17-yard TD pass to WR Arnaz Battle on a 4th-down play. Dorsey and RB Terry Jackson connected on the 2-point play to cut the Titans lead to 33-22 with 1:15 to play. K Jose Cortez’s onsides kick attempt was recovered by CB Derrick Johnson, but the 49ers drive ended when Dorsey was stripped of the football with five seconds remaining.

TEAM STATISTICS SF TEN First Downs 15 15 Net Yards Gained 261 461 Rushes/Yards 22/74 27/118 Passing Yards 187 343 Att/Comp/Int 43/23/2 41/23/1 Sacked/Yards Lost 2/5 0/0 Fumbles/Lost 2/2 1/0 Penalties/Yards 4/35 10/70 Time of Possession 28:16 31:44 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts 49ERS 0 14 0 8 - 22 TITANS 3 6 21 3 - 33

Titans R. Bironas 35 FG (5-59, 0:04)49ers K. Barlow 1 run (J. Cortez kick) (9-80, 9:20) Titans R. Bironas 41 FG (13-57, 4:03)Titans R. Bironas 21 FG (4-4, 2:00)49ers S. Spencer 61 INT return (J. Cortez kick) (0:27)Titans C. Brown 41 pass from S. McNair (R. Bironas kick) (1-41, 13:18)Titans R. Williams 50 pass from S. McNair (R. Bironas kick) (1-50, 11:59)Titans E. Kinney 4 pass from S. McNair (R. Bironas kick) (8-68, 4:54)Titans R. Bironas 22 FG (11-71, 3:35)49ers A. Battle pass from K. Dorsey (Dorsey to Jackson pass) (15-82, 1:15)

RUSHING: 49ERS – K. Barlow 14-40-1 td, M. Hicks 6-30, A. Battle 2-4 ... TITANS – T. Henry 13-86, C. Brown 10-30, J. Payton 1-2, S. McNair 3-0.

RECEIVING: 49ERS - A. Battle 7-75-1 td, K. Barlow 4-17, B. Lloyd 3-30, M. Hicks 3-17, Jones 3-15, B. Bajema 1-20, J. Morton 1-10, T. Jackson 1-8 ... TITANS – D. Bennett 5-52, E. Kinney 4-37-1 td, B. Troupe 4-28, C. Brown 3-105-1 td, R. Williams 3-95-1 td, T. Henry 1-14, B. Jones 1-4, J. Payton 1-4, C. Roy 1-4.

PASSING: 49ERS - K. Dorsey 43-23-192 1 td, 2 int.TITANS – S. McNair 41-23-343 3 tds, 1 int.

INTs: 49ERS - S. Spencer 1-61t ... TITANS - K. Bulluck 1-16, R. Hill 1-14.

SACKS: 49ERS - None ... TITANS - K. Vanden Bosch 2.0

49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: -3 (2 INTs, 2 Fumble/1 INTs)

THE LAST TIME

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PLAYER NFL RK NFC RK

CB DRE’ BLYPasses Defensed (8) 11t 5t

RB GLEN COFFEERushing Yards (194) Among Rookies 5 3

TE VERNON DAVISReceiving TDs (7) Among All Players 1 1Leading Scorers, non-kickers (42) 4t 3Receiving Yards (375) Among TE’s 8 4Receptions (32) Among TE’s 8 4Receptions (13) in 4th Qtr. Among All Players 3t 3tTouchdowns (3) in 4th Qtr. Among All Players 1t 1

RB FRANK GORERushing Yards (364) 22 12Rushing Avg. (5.6) 2 2Leading Scorers, non-kickers (30) 14t 7tMost Rushing Yards, Single Game (207) 3 1

P ANDY LEEPunting Average (48.0) 4 3Net Punting Average (41.8) 2 1

DT RAY MCDONALDSacks (3.0) 40t 22t

LB PATRICK WILLISInterceptions (2) 15t 10tForced Fumbles (2) 11t 8tTackles (67) 4 3Sacks (2.5) 59t 34t

Defensive stats are those provided by the NFL, not from coaches’ film review.

INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS

Oldest 49ers player: K Joe Nedney, 36, Born 3/22/73Youngest 49ers player: QB Nate Davis, 22, Born 5/5/87Most seasons as a 49er: LB Jeff Ulbrich (IR), TE/LS Brian Jennings - 10Most NFL seasons: WR Isaac Bruce – 16thMost Consecutive starts: 129, DE Justin SmithMost Consecutive Games Played: 128, DE Justin SmithMost Playoff Experience: 9 games, WR Isaac Bruce and S Michael LewisHeaviest 49er: G David Baas, DE/DT Isaac Sopoaga– 330 lbs.Tallest 49er: T Adam Snyder, T Tony Pashos (IR) - 6-6Shortest 49er: RB Frank Gore – 5-9Former 1st round draft picks: 10 – DE Kentwan Balmer, CB Nate Cle-ments, WR Michael Crabtree, TE Vernon Davis, LB Manny Lawson, QB Alex Smith, DE Justin Smith, LB Takeo Spikes, T Joe Staley and LB Patrick WillisPro Bowlers: 9, CB Dre’ Bly, WR Isaac Bruce, CB Nate Clements, RB Frank Gore, TE/LS Brian Jennings, P Andy Lee, S Michael Lewis, LB Takeo Spikes and LB Patrick WillisCoaches who played in the NFL: Mike Singletary, Greg Manusky, Mike Johnson, Vance Joseph, Johnnie Lynn, Tom RathmanFurthest away from home: DT Isaac Sopoaga, Pago Pago American Sa-moa – 4,766 milesClosest to home: WR Jason Hill (San Francisco, CA), LB Jeff Ulbrich (IR) and K Joe Nedney (San Jose, CA)

roster facts and figures

TE VERNON DAVIS• Needs 134 more receiving yds. to tie his career-high for receiving

yds. in a season (509 in 2007).• Needs 2 more receiving TDs to tie TE Brent Jones (9, 1994) and TE

Ted Kwalick (9, 1972) for the most TDs in a single season by a 49ers tight end. He currently ranks 3rd for the most receiving TDs by a 49ers tight end in a single season. The most receiving TDs by an NFL tight end in a single season is 13, set by Chargers TE Antonio Gates in 2004.

RB FRANK GORE• Needs 195 rushing yards to become just the 5th player in franchise

history to register 5,000 career rushing yards.• Tied with RB Garrison Hearst for 2nd in team history with 16 career

100-yard games. Needs 5 more to pass RB Joe Perry (20).• Ranks 10th in franchise history with 6,345 yards from scrimmage

in his career. Needs 318 yds. to pass WR Gene Washington for 9th on the all-time list.

K JOE NEDNEY• With 1,018 career points, Nedney became the 42nd player to reach

the 1,000 point plateau for his career. He currentlly ranks 41st all-time in scoring and needs 14 points to move into 40th place on the NFL’s all-time scoring list.

• Needs 15 points to surpass Bruce Gossett (460) and move into 7th place on the 49ers all-time scoring list.

S MARK ROMAN• Will extend his streak to 104 consecutive games played. He ranks

2nd in the NFL among safeties with 103 consecutive games played (Deon Grant, SEA – 135).

QB ALEX SMITH• Needs 168 passing yards to surpass Steve Spurrier (5,250 yds.) and

move into 7th place on the 49ers all-time passing yards list.

DT JUSTIN SMITH• Will extend his consecutive games started streak to 131. He leads

all defensive linemen with 130 consecutive starts (Darnell Dockett, ARI - 72).

WHAT TO LOOK FOR

With the backing of their home crowd at Candlestick Park, the 49ers have won five of their last six home games. In those six games, San Francisco has averaged 26 points per game, outscor-ing its opponents 154-109 (+45). The 49ers have also experienced success run-ning the ball at home dur-ing that span, averaging 135 yards per game and 4.8 yards per carry. The upcoming game against the Titans will mark QB Alex Smith’s first start at home since he matched up against the Seattle Seahawks on November 12, 2007.

HOME SWEET HOME PCT.

HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE AT HOME SINCE 11/16/08

TEAM GP W L PCT. 1t. Pittsburgh 8 8 0 1.000 Indianapolis 7 7 0 1.000 Chicago 6 6 0 1.000 4t. Atlanta 7 6 1 .857 Philadelphia 7 6 1 .857 New Orleans 7 6 1 .857 7t. San Francisco 6 5 1 .833 Minnesota 6 5 1 .833 New England 6 5 1 .833 10t. Baltimore 8 6 2 .750 Dallas 9 6 2 .750 12. Houston 7 5 2 .714

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MUSIC TO MY EARS Jimmy Raye has a history of getting the most out of his running backs and tight ends, which is music to the ears of both RB Frank Gore and TE Vernon Davis. From 1983-84, Raye orchestrated a Los Angeles Rams offense that featured RB Eric Dickerson, who rushed for 2,105 yards in 1984 and 1,808 yards in 1983. Several years later, Raye guided TE Tony Gonzalez to the 2nd highest receiving total of his career (1,203 in 2000), while serving as the Chiefs offensive coordinator from 1998-2000. Hav-ing knowledge of Raye’s past, Davis is looking forward to an increased role in the passing game in 2009. “Since I’ve been here, I haven’t really had the opportunity to showcase what I could do, but now that Jimmy Raye has come in, he’s given me a lot more opportunity to make plays,” said Davis. Davis’ seven TD receptions currently lead all NFL receivers, while his 375 receiving yards rank 2nd in the NFC and 6th in the NFL. Davis has 135 career receptions for 1,507 yards and 16 TDs in his career. “I think with his speed and athleticism, his ability to in-line block and the fact that he can block a defensive end in the league, which is unusual for a tight end, and having the combination of the ability to go downfield and matchup and catch the ball, I see him being a very good fit.” Raye said.

One of the main messages head coach Mike Singletary stressed to the team this offseason was the importance of playing smart. After sur-rendering a league-high 35 giveaways in 2008, San Francisco has sur-rendered just 9 giveaways over seven games this season, while also recording 10 takeaways. The +1 turnover ratio is a stark contrast to the -17 differential from 2008, which ranked tied for 31st in the NFL. With the exception of Kan-sas City and Buffalo, each team that has +1 turnover ratio or better this season has a .500 winning percentage or higher.

NFL TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL (2009) TEAM TAKEAWAYS GIVEAWAYS DIFF 1t. Green Bay 17 5 +12 Philadelphia 21 9 +12 3. New England 15 6 +9 4. New Orleans 21 14 +7 5t. Denver 12 6 +6 Indianapolis 12 6 +6 7. Minnesota 13 8 +5 8. Atlanta 17 13 +4 9t. Baltimore 10 7 +3 Buffalo 18 15 +3 11t. Houston 15 13 +2 San Diego 11 9 +2 13t. San Francisco 10 9 +1 Cincinnati 12 11 +1 New York Giants 15 14 +1 Kansas City 8 7 +1

The 9 giveaways are tied for the 8th fewest in the NFL this season. “One of the things we talk about as a team is not losing football games,” said Singletary following the win against St. Louis. “Making other teams earn every point they get. When you turn the ball over, it is a formula for disaster, and our guys understand that offensively. Our guys understand that defensively. It just takes the breath out of you. The more turnovers you get, the more it lessens your opportunity to be successful.”

TURNING THE TIDES

FEWEST GIVEAWAYS (2009) TEAM GA 1. Green Bay 5 2t. Denver 6 Indianapolis 6 New England 6 5t. Baltimore 7 Kansas City 7 7. Minnesota 7 8t. San Francisco 8 San Diego 8 Philadelphia 8

San Francisco’s offense has experienced success when entering the red zone, scoring 8 TDs in 12 red zone drives to rank tied for 2nd in the NFL with a 66.7 TD efficiency.

RED ZONE TOUCHDOWN SCORING, NFL (2009) TEAM Drives TD TD EFFIC. 1. Cincinnati 23 16 69.6 2t. San Francisco 12 8 66.7 New Orleans 36 24 66.7 4. Arizona 23 15 65.2 5. Kansas City 14 9 64.3

RED HOT IN THE RED ZONE

San Francisco’s offense has been highly productive when getting into opponents’ territory. When entering inside opponents’ 30-yard line, the 49ers offense has scored a touchdown in more than half those visits (55.0%) and lead the NFL in overall scoring efficiency (90.0%). 49ers QBs Shuan Hill and Alex Smith have combined for a 117.1 passer rating when entering inside their opponents’ 30-yard line to rank 3rd in the NFL. The duo has completed 18 of 30 attempts for 183 yards with 9 touchdowns and no interceptions.

INSIDE OPP. 30-YARD LINE SCORING EFFICIENCY, (2009) TEAM DRIVES TD FG SCOR EFFIC. 1. San Francisco 20 11 7 90.0 2. Miami 28 15 9 85.7 3. Indianapolis 31 17 9 83.9 4. Tennessee 18 7 8 83.3 5. Dallas 29 12 12 82.8 6. Minnesota 40 21 12 82.5 7. Kansas City 22 10 8 81.8 8. Baltimore 31 17 8 80.6 9t. Cincinnati 30 19 5 80.0 New England 35 16 12 80.0

INSIDE OPP. 30-YARD PASSER RATING, (2009) TEAM ATT CMP YDS TD INT RTG 1. Pittsburgh 41 28 281 8 0 127.1 2. Green Bay 49 34 274 8 0 122.8 3. San Francisco 30 18 183 9 0 117.1 4. Indianapolis 51 34 326 11 1 115.7 5. Minnesota 60 43 304 12 1 115.6 6. Houston 57 36 349 13 1 112.5 7. Arizona 55 35 328 11 1 112.0 8. New Orleans 66 44 400 13 2 109.8 9. San Diego 54 30 277 7 0 109.3 10. Miami 36 22 148 4 0 107.2

INSIDE OPP. 30-YARD LINE TOUCHDOWN EFFICIENCY, (2009) TEAM DRIVES RSH TD PASS TD TDs TD EFFIC. 1. Cincinnati 30 6 13 19 63.3 2. Atlanta 29 9 7 17 58.6 3. New Orleans 45 13 13 26 57.8 4. San Francisco 20 2 9 11 55.0 5t. Baltimore 31 9 8 17 54.8 Indianapolis 31 6 11 17 54.8 7. Miami 28 11 4 15 53.6 8. Minnesota 40 9 12 21 52.5 9. Arizona 33 6 11 17 51.5 10. Houston 36 5 13 18 50.0

PRODUCTIVE PLAY INSIDE THE 30

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Under the guidance of defensive coordinator Greg Manusky, the 49ers defense has steadily improved in numerous categories. Manusky, who played 12 seasons in the NFL as a linebacker, saw his unit excel during the final half of the 2008 season. With a simplified 3-4 alignment, the 49ers defense went from ranking 23rd in the NFL after seven games played to 13th by season’s end. Manusky’s defense has done especially well in creating turnovers in 2009, recording 10 takeaways in seven games played.The 49ers are on pace to total 35 sacks on the season after recording 16 in the first seven games of the 2009 season. The 37 sacks would be the most since 2003 when the team posted 42 sacks. Since Manusky took over the 49ers defense in 2007, the results have been positive.

49ERS DEFENSIVE RANKINGS 2006 2007* 2008* 2009*Total Yards Per Game 26 25 13 20Yards Per Play 25 16 11 12Rush Yards Per Game 19 22 13 2Rush Yards Per Attempt 16 5 8 1Pass Yards Per Game 26 22 20 28Pass Yards Per Attempt 25 21 15 18Sacks 22 21 15 t-18Explosive Plays (20+ YDS) 26 12 2 t-17Red Zone (TD%) 17 6 8 t-8

*Under Defensive Coordinator Greg Manusky

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Since November 16, 2008, the 49ers defense ranks 3rd in the NFC and 8th among all NFL teams in points allowed, limiting opponents to just 18.8 points per game. Despite giving up 45 points to the Atlanta Falcons in Week 5, the 49ers had allowed just 16 points in the season opener at Arz., 10 points vs. Sea., 27 points at Min. (7 of which were from a kickoff re-turned for a TD), a shutout vs. StL, 24 points at Hou. and 18 points last week against a high-powered Colts offense.

DOMINATING DEFENSE

POINTS ALLOWED PER GAMESINCE 11/16/08

TEAM P/G 1. Indianapolis 13.7 2. Pittsburgh 15.1 3. New England 16.4 4. Baltimore 16.5 5. Philadelphia 17.3 6. Washington 17.9 7. Cincinnati 18.3 8. San Francisco 18.7 9. New York Jets 19.2 10. Minnesota 19.5

The 49ers defense ranks among the best in allowing points in the second half, giving up only 46 total points or 6.6 points per game this season.

2ND HALF POINTS ALLOWED, (2009) TEAM 2nd Half Points 2nd Half PPG 1. Denver 34 4.86 2. Indianapolis 40 5.71 3. Washington 44 6.29 4. San Francisco 46 6.57 5. New England 47 6.71 6. Chicago 54 7.71 7. Green Bay 56 8.00 8. Cincinnati 60 8.57 9t. Arizona 61 8.71 Atlanta 61 8.71

sTINGY in the second half

San Francisco’s defense has made it difficult on opposing quarter-backs when entering inside the 49ers 30-yard line, allowing a passer rating of just 84.3 to rank 6th in the NFL. Opposing quarterbacks have only connected on 4 touchdowns inside the 49ers 30-yard line, which is tied for the 4th fewest in the NFL, while only completing 41.2 percent of passes (lowest in the NFL).

OPPONENT PASSER RATING INSIDE 49ERS 30-YARD LINE, (2009) TEAM ATT CMP PCT YDS TD INT RTG 1. New Orleans 52 25 48.1 204 3 5 38.1 2. Indianapolis 42 19 45.2 145 3 2 58.1 3. Pittsburgh 51 24 47.1 187 8 3 71.7 4. Miami 61 29 47.5 248 7 2 83.2 5. Kansas City 51 22 43.1 182 6 1 83.9 6. San Francisco 34 14 41.2 171 4 1 84.3 7. New York Jets 35 17 48.6 113 3 0 84.6 8. Denver 34 20 58.8 160 4 2 85.4 9. Atlanta 64 30 46.9 283 8 2 86.1 10. Philadelphia 74 41 55.4 336 10 3 89.9

NOT SO EASY

The 49ers defense have done better on first downs than any other NFL team, forcing opponents to have an average of 9.06 yards to go on 2nd down. The result has been positive as the 49ers defensive unit also leads the league in the percentage (18.2) of first downs by opponents on second down.

OPPONENT AVERAGE YARDS TO GO ON 2ND DOWN, (2009) TEAM PLYS AVG YTG 1. San Francisco 157 9.06 2. Green Bay 137 8.64 3. Minnesota 163 8.63 4. Philadelphia 156 8.52 5. Arizona 148 8.50 NFL Average 154 8.05

OPPONENT 2ND DOWN CONVERSIONS RATE, 2009 TEAM PLYS FDS CONV. PCT 1. San Francisco 148 27 18.2 2. Philadelphia 150 32 21.3 3. New York Giants 131 30 22.9 4. Green Bay 134 32 23.9 5. Denver 138 33 23.9 NFL Average 149 43 28.9

PCT. OF OPPONENT RUSHES OF 4+ YARDS ON 1ST DOWN, (2009) TEAM RSH 4+ YD RSH PCT OF 4+ RSH 1. San Francisco 92 26 26.8 2. Pittsburgh 71 23 32.4 3. Green Bay 108 37 34.3 4. Arizona 87 30 34.5 5. Seattle 98 34 34.7 NFL Average 107 46 43.1

OPPONENT YARDS PER CARRY ON FIRST DOWN, (2009) TEAM RSH YDS AVG 1. Dallas 92 277 3.01 2. Green Bay 107 353 3.30 3. San Francisco 94 319 3.39 4. Miami 109 388 3.56 5. Cincinnati 84 310 3.69 NFL Average 104 461 4.45

FIERCE ON FIRST DOWN

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OPPONENT RUSHING YARDS PER GAME, (2009) TEAM RUSHING YPG 1. Pittsburgh 76.6 2. San Francisco 84.9 3. Denver 86.1 4. Baltimore 87.6 5. Cincinnati 88.0 6. Miami 92.4 7. Minnesota 94.8 8. Arizona 96.4 9. Green Bay 99.4

OPPONENT YARDS PER CARRY (2009) TEAM ATT YDS AVG TD 1. San Francisco 183 594 3.24 5 2. Denver 179 603 3.37 3 3. Green Bay 199 696 3.50 3 4. Baltimore 175 613 3.50 4 5. Miami 180 647 3.59 8 6. Philadelphia 196 722 3.68 4 7. Arizona 178 675 3.79 5

OPPONENT 10+ YARD CARRIES, (2009) TEAM 10+ Carries 1t. San Francisco 15 Baltimore 15 Pittsburgh 15 4t. Denver 16 New Orleans 16 Miami 16 Washington 16 8. Cincinnati 17 9. Indianapolis 18

PERCENTAGE OF OPPONENT RUSHES OF 4+ YARDS, (2009) TEAM Rushes 4+Yards Pct. 1. San Francisco 183 56 30.6 2. Philadelphia 196 69 35.2 3. Pittsburgh 140 50 35.7 4. Seattle 167 60 35.9 5. Baltimore 175 63 36.0

GAMES OPPONENTS RUSHED FOR OVER 100 YARDS, (2009) TEAM RSH FDs 1t. San Francisco 1 Denver 1 3t. Baltimore 2 Cincinnati 2 Pittsburgh 2 Seattle 2

NOWHERE TO RUN The 49ers defense has been extremely stingy against the run since defensive coordinator Greg Manusky’s arrival in 2007, and has proven to be even more physical up front with head coach Mike Singletary at the helm.

OPPONENT 10+ YARD CARRIESUNDER HEAD COACH MIKE SINGLETARY (Since 10/26/08)

TEAM 10+ Carries 1. San Francisco 34 2t. Cincinnati 36 Pittsburgh 36 Washington 36 5. Baltimore 37

OPPONENT RUSHING YARDS PER GAME UNDER HEAD COACH MIKE SINGLETARY (Since 10/26/08)

TEAM GP ATT YDS YPG 1. Pittsburgh 17 388 1,402 82.5 2. Minnesota 17 386 1,493 87.8 3. Baltimore 17 399 1,512 88.9 4. San Francisco 16 414 1,446 90.4 5. Cincinnati 16 406 1,471 91.9 6. Philadelphia 17 462 1,649 97.0 7. Miami 17 405 1,683 99.0

OPPONENT AVERAGE YARDS PER CARRY UNDER HEAD COACH MIKE SINGLETARY (Since 10/26/08)

TEAM GP ATT YDS YPG 1. San Francisco 16 414 1,446 3.49 2. Chicago 16 471 1,669 3.54 3. Philadelphia 17 462 1,649 3.57 4. Pittsburgh 17 388 1,402 3.61 5. Cincinnati 16 406 1,471 3.62 6. Baltimore 17 399 1,512 3.79

OPPONENT 10+ YARD CARRIES, (2007-09) TEAM 10+ Carries 1. Baltimore 68 2. Pittsburgh 80 3. Minnesota 84 4. Washington 85 5. Tennessee 90 6. San Francisco 93 7. Indianapolis 94 8. San Diego 95 9t. Three Teams 101

OPPONENT YARDS PER CARRY, (2007-2009) TEAM ATT YDS AVG 1. Baltimore 987 3,183 3.22 2. Minnesota 933 3,173 3.40 3. Pittsburgh 891 3,258 3.66 4. Philadelphia 1,020 3,731 3.66 5. San Francisco 1,139 4,199 3.69 6. Washington 1,002 3,816 3.81

• Ranks 1st in the NFC and 2nd in the NFL with 84.9 rushing yards allowed per game in 2009.

• Ranks 1st in the NFL with an opponent average of 3.24 yards per carry in 2009.

• Ranks tied for 1st in the NFL with 15 carries of 10+ yards allowed in 2009.

• Ranks 1st in the NFL for carries that have gone for 4+ yards (30.6 pct.) in 2009.

• Ranks tied for 1st for games in which they have allowed opponents to rush for over 100 yards (1).

• Ranks 1st in the NFL with 34 carries of 10+ yards allowed since head coach Mike Singletary took over the team.

• Ranks 4th in the NFL for fewest rushing yards allowed per game (90.4) since head coach Mike Singletary took over the team.

• Ranks 1st in the NFL for yards allowed per carry (3.49) since head coach Mike Singletary took over the team.

• Ranks 6th in the NFL with 93 carries of 10+ yards allowed since 2007 to rank 6th in the NFL.

• Ranks 5th in the NFL with 3.69 yards per carry allowed since 2007, while going up against the 8th most carries (1,139) during that span.

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Since the arrival of special teams coordinator Al Everest in 2007, the 49ers special teams unit has been just that - special. The group ranks tied for 2nd in the NFL since 2007 with 4 blocked field goals, while also having returned the most blocked field goals for TDs (3) during that span. Against St. Louis, LB Scott McKillop recovered a muffed punt by Rams CB Quincy Butler in the end zone. It marked the second consecu-tive week that the special teams unit had registered a touchdown. Against Minnesota, DT Ray McDonald blocked a 44-yard field goal attempt by PK Ryan Longwell, which was scooped up by CB Nate Cle-ments and returned 59 yards for a touchdown. The score occurred on the final play of the first half and gave the 49ers a 14-13 lead. The last time the 49ers blocked a field goal and returned it for a touchdown was at New York Giants (10/19/08), which was also returned by Clements (74-yard return). McDonald’s previous blocked field goal, which came vs. Philadelphia (10/12/08), was also returned for a touchdown (CB Don-ald Strickland – 41-yard return).

TAKE IT TO THE HOUSE

MOST BLOCKED FIELD GOALS SINCE 2007

TEAM BLOCKED FGs 1. Chicago 5 2t. San Francisco 4 New York Giants 4 Detroit 4 5t. Five Teams 3

MOST BLOCKED FIELD GOALSRETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWNS

SINCE 2007

TEAM TDs 1. San Francisco 3 2. Arizona 2 3t. Dallas 1 Minnesota 1 New York Giants 1

The 49ers have scored four non-offensive touchdowns in 2009, which is tied for the second of any NFL team. The franchise record for return/defensive touchdowns in a season is nine (1995).

49ERS RETURNS/DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS (2009) 9/27/09 at Minnesota - Clements 59 yd. return of blocked field goal 10/4/09 vs. St. Louis - McKillop fumble recovery in end zone 10/4/09 vs. St. Louis - Willis 23 yd. interception return 10/4/09 vs. St. Louis - McDonald 11 yd. fumble return

RETURN/DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS (2009) TEAM RETURN 1. New Orleans 6 2t. San Francisco 4 San Diego 4 Miami 4

HAPPY RETURNS

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In every game this season, the 49ers defense has come out of the locker room determined to stop their opponent. San Francisco is the only team to have not allowed a single point on its opponent’s first offensive possession of the game, and ranks tied for 3rd for fewest points allowed on its opponent’s first offensive possession in the second half.

POINTS ALLOWED ON OPPONENTS FIRST OFFENSIVE POSSESSIONS,1ST AND 2ND HALF, (2009)

TEAM 1st Half 2nd Half Total PA 1. San Francisco 0 3 3 2t. Arizona 10 0 10 Cincinnati 3 7 10 4. Minnesota 6 6 12 5. Pittsburgh 3 10 13 6t. Atlanta 13 3 16 Denver 10 6 16

STRONG OUT OF THE GATES

The 49ers defense has faced 18 drives by opponents into their red zone, but have only allowed 8 scores to rank tied for 8th in red zone efficiency. Against Indianapolis, the Colts entered the 49ers red zone on four occasions, but were not able to make it into the end zone.

OPPONENT YARDS PER PLAY IN RED ZONE, (2009) TEAM PLYS YDS YPP 1. Baltimore 62 106 1.71 2. San Francisco 36 64 1.78 3. Minnesota 57 105 1.84 4. Washington 41 76 1.85 5. Atlanta 65 126 1.94 6. Pittsburgh 47 93 1.98 7. Cleveland 97 199 2.05 8. New England 38 86 2.26 9. Arizona 58 133 2.29 10. Seattle 64 147 2.30 NFL Average 59 165 2.80

OPPONENT RED ZONE TOUCHDOWN SCORING (2009) TEAM Drives TD TD Effic. 1. Washington 16 5 31.3 2. Minnesota 23 8 34.8 3. Baltimore 22 9 40.9 4. New York Jets 17 7 41.2 5. New Orleans 24 10 41.7 6. Denver 14 6 42.9 7. Atlanta 23 10 43.5 8t. San Francisco 18 8 44.4 Cincinnati 18 8 44.4 10. Cleveland 35 16 45.7 NFL Average 22 11 52.5

RESILIENT IN THE RED ZONE

The 49ers special teams coverage unit has been stealth in 2009, allowing only 48.1 percent of kickoff returns to be returned for 20-or-more yards to rank 4th in the NFL.

PCT. OF OPPONENT KICKOFF RETURNS OF 20+ YARDS, (2009) TEAM KO 20+ RT 20+ Pct. 1. Washington 20 7 31.8 2. Oakland 19 8 42.1 3. Pittsburgh 33 14 42.4 4. San Francisco 27 13 48.1 5. Green Bay 34 18 52.9 6. Kansas City 20 11 55.0

QUICK TO COVER

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PROBABLE STARTERS - OFFENSE

WR JOSH MORGAN - (D-6 in ‘08)The 2-year veteran has caught 18 passes for 267 yds and 1 TD. He now has 38 recepts. for 586 yds. and 4 TDs in his career, playing in 19 games (8 starts).

LT BARRY SIMS - (FA in ‘08)The 11-year player stepped into action at Ind. (11/1) after Joe Staley was injured on the first play of the game. A veteran of 157 (127 starts), Sims started 8 games at RT in 2008 for San Francisco.

LG DAVID BAAS - (D-2 in ‘05)The 5-year veteran has started at both guard positions since being se-lected in the 2nd round of the 2005 NFL Draft. Baas has started the past 16 games at LG, and made 5 starts as a rookie and 8 starts in 2007 at RG. He has played in 67 games (29 starts).

C ERIC HEITMANN - (D-7A in ‘02)The 8-year veteran has been a mainstay on the 49ers offensive line since being selected by the team in 2002. After lining up at both guard positions early in his career, Heitmann moved to center for the final 6 games of the 2005 season and has remained there since. He has played in 110 games (105 starts) in his career.

RG CHILO RACHAL - (D-2 in ‘08)The 2-year player out of USC has started the past 13 games at RG after taking over the starting role from Tony Wragge at Dallas (11/23/08). He had rotated at the position with Adam Snyder against Hou. Rachal has seen action in 15 career games (13 starts).

RT ADAM SNYDER - (D-3B in ‘05)The 5-year veteran earned the starting RT role this past training camp. In 2008, Snyder started the first 7 games of the season at LG before starting at RT for 6 contests in place of the injured Jonas Jennings and Barry Sims. He rotated at RG ag Hou. with Chilo Rachal after T Tony Pashos took over the starting RT position. With Pashos injured in the game, Snyder moves back as the starter. Known for his versatility, he has played in 67 games (44 starts) in his career (21 at LT, 12 at RT, 7 at LG, 4 at RG).

TE VERNON DAVIS - (D-1A in ‘06)The 4-year veteran Davis leads the team in 2009 with 32 catches for 375 yds. and an NFL-high 7 TDs. He became the first 49ers tight end to catch 3 TD passes in a game (at Hou.). He has played in 47 games (45 starts).

WR ISAAC BRUCE - (FA in ‘08)The 16-year veteran has 19 catches and 241 receiving yds. Bruce posted team-highs with 835 receiving yds., 61 recepts. and 7 TDs catches, in 2008. He ranks 2nd in career receiving yds. (15,152), 5th in career recepts (1,020) and 9th in career TDs (91) all-time. He has played in 220 career games (200 starts).

QB ALEX SMITH - (D-1A in ‘05)The 5-year veteran saw his first appearance in 28 regular season games at Hou. (10/25), replacing QB Shaun Hill in the 2nd half. Smith went on to complete 15 of 22 passes for 206 yds. and 3 TDs for a passer rating of 118.6. The former first overall pick has seen action in 34 games (31 starts) in his career, completing 469 of 854 passes for 5,083 yds. and 23 TDs.

RB FRANK GORE - (D-3A in ‘05)The 5-year veteran had 207 rushing yds. and two TDs (79 and 80 yards) vs. Sea., but suffered a right ankle strain and right hind foot sprain in the first offensive series at Min. (9/27) that sidelined him for 2 games. He returned to the starting lineup at Hou. (10/25) and has rushed for 364 yds. on 65 carries, and has 4 rushing TDs and 1 receiving TD on the season. Three of his four touchdown carries have gon for over 60 yards. Gore is the only player in 49ers history to rush for over 1,000 yards in three con-secutive seasons, after posting 1,036 rushing yds. in 2008. He has played in 64 games (50 starts).

FB MORAN NORRIS - (UFA in ‘09)The 9-year veteran rejoined the 49ers after spending the 2008 season as a member of the Lions. In 2006, Norris helped Gore to a Pro Bowl season with a team record 1,695 rushing yds. He has caught 4 passes for 23 yds. and rushed for 32 yds. on 9 carries. He’s played in 110 games (42 starts).

PROBABLE STARTERS - DEFENSE

DT ISAAC SOPOAGA - (D-4A in ‘04)The 6-year veteran has registered 31 tackles, 4 QB hits, 6 QB pressures and 1 PD. Sopoaga posted career-highs in 2008 with 15 starts and 66 tackles. He has played in 70 games (30 starts) in his career.

NT AUBRAYO FRANKLIN - (UFA in ‘07 - Baltimore)The 7-year veteran has posted 43 tackles, 8 QB pressures, 4 QB hits, and 2 sacks. Franklin started 14 games for the 49ers in 2008 and had career-highs of 77 tackles and 2 FFs. Franklin has played in 73 games (36 starts).

DT JUSTIN SMITH - (UFA in ‘08 - Cincinnati)The 9-year veteran has totaled 39 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF, 27 QB hits, 38 QB pressures and 1 PD. Smith earned the 49ers Bill Walsh Award in 2008 after leading the team in QB pressures (57) and ranking 2nd in sacks (7.0). He has an active streak of 130 consecutive starts, which is by far the longest streak of any current defensive lineman (ARZ Darnell Dockett - 72 straight starts). He has played in 134 career games (130 starts).

SAM LB MANNY LAWSON - (D-1B in ‘06)The 4-year veteran has posted 43 tackles, 13 QB pressures, 9 QB hits, 2 FFs and 1.5 sacks. Lawson started 10 games in 2008, tallying career-highs with 3 sacks, 2 FFs and 2 blocked kicks. He has played in 39 games (30 starts) in his career.

TED LB TAKEO SPIKES - (FA in ‘08)The 12-year veteran has totaled 45 tackles, 1 sack, 1 QB pressure and 1 PD. Spikes took over the 49ers starting LB role 4 games into the 2008 season and finished the season ranked 2nd on the team in tackles (122) to go along with 3 INTs, 2 FFs, 1 FR and 1 sack. He has played in 163 career games (159 starts).

MIKE LB PATRICK WILLIS - (D-1A in ‘07)The 3-year player leads the team with 75 tackles and 2.5 sacks to go along with 2 INTs (1 returned for TD), 2 FFs and 8 PDs. Willis earned his second consecutive Pro Bowl honor in 2008 after leading the team in tackles (185) in addition to posting 1 sack, 1 INT returned for a TD (86 yards), 1 FF, 1 FR and 11 PDs. He earned earned Defensive Rookie of the Year and All-Pro honors, in 2007. He has started all 39 games played.

WILL PARYS HARALSON - (D-5 in ‘06)The 4-year veteran has 25 tackles, 1 sack, 17 QB hits, 27 QB pressures and 2 PDs. Haralson posted career-highs of 57 tackles and 8 sacks (tied for 2nd most among NFC linebackers) in 16 games with 10 starts, in 2008. He has seen action in 46 games (28 starts) in his career.

CB TARELL BROWN - (D-5 in ‘07)The 3-year veteran took over as the starting cornerback at Ind. (11/1) and posted 2 tackles and 1 PD. Brown earned the team’s Thomas Her-rion Award as a rookie, in 2007. A veteran of 31 games (2 starts), he has recorded 4 tackles and 2 PDs in 2009. .

CB SHAWNTAE SPENCER - (D-2B in ‘04)The 6-year veteran has posted 26 tackles, 1 INT and 9 PDs. Spencer returned to the starting lineup after serving as the 49ers starting CB in his first 3 NFL seasons. Spencer was limited in 2008 due to a knee injury after battling through a quad injury a year prior. He has seen action in 64 games (47 starts) in his career.

SS MICHAEL LEWIS - (UFA in ‘07 - Philadelphia)The 8-year veteran has posted 45 tackles, 5 QB hits, 1 FF, 1 FR and 2 PDs in 2009. Lewis has ranked among the team leaders in tackles in each of his first 2 seasons with the 49ers. He missed game at Hou. (10/25) due to concussion suffered vs. Atl (10/11). A Pro Bowler in ‘04, he’s played in 114 games (96 starts) in his career.

FS DASHON GOLDSON - (D-4B in ‘07)The 3-year veteran has recorded 52 tackles, 1 sack, 1 INT, 1 FF, 1 FR and 2 PDs this year. Goldson is in his first season as the 49ers starting FS. He was inactive for 6 contests last season due to a knee injury, but played the final 2 games of the season. He has seen action in 26 games (9 starts) in his career.

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Head coach Mike Singletary is known to be the 49ers living, breathing quote machine. Whether it’s a stirring pre-game speech, a mid-practice pep talk or an enthusiastic post-game press conference, the Hall of Famer knows how to passionately deliver a message. With more than a week of “Camp Singletary” under their belts, the new head coach’s pupils sounded off about the man charged with leading them back to greatness. When asked to give a word that best describes Sin-gletary, none of these team leaders stopped at one. Go figure the word “intense” came up multiple times.

Linebacker Patrick Willis - “Perfectionist. We expect to be in the Super Bowl under coach Singletary’s guidance, that’s the God’s honest truth. The way we’ve gone about working, the time that we’ve put in and the way that he’s forming this team as one, is not something that you do just to win games but to build a championship team.”

Center Eric Heitmann - “Committed. Coach Singletary is a tremendous motivator and leader. He is incredibly driven and I really admire the way that he’s brought this team together and made it more of a family atmo-sphere amongst the players.”

Running Back Frank Gore - “Indescribable. I like that he keeps it 100% with the team. He knows what we need to do if we want to be one of the elite teams in this league. I know that he cares about what we do out there. I know that if we’re doing the right thing, it’s going to carry over to the field on Sundays.”

Tight End Vernon Davis - “No nonsense. He wants us to be a family and stick together, be there for one another and just play this game the way it is supposed to be played.”

Tackle Joe Staley - “Intense. If you know Singletary, you know that he’s known for his intensity and being physical with an ‘F,’ as he puts it. Everybody sees his fire, his passion and his intensity for football. The passion that he brings rubs off on this organization and it’s exciting.”

Quarterback Shaun Hill - “Champion. The thing that I really like and respect about him is he’s completely open and honest with us. I hope that this team, under his tutelage, continues to gel and mold and turn into the team that he envisions us to be. I think we’re on our way to do-ing that.”

Cornerback Nate Clements - “Old-school. He played the game. He’s one of those coaches that has been to the Super Bowl and has expe-rienced what we’re trying to achieve here. We listen to what he has to say because he’s already experienced what we’re trying to accomplish.”

Safety Michael Lewis - “Strong. With coach Singletary every small de-tail counts and it leads to the success of the team. What we’re trying to build here is a family atmosphere where we can trust one another and also play for one another.”

SING-ING HIS PRAISES When 49ers head coach Mike Singletary was filling out his coaching staff this past offseason, he sought individuals who could not only teach, but also inspire. He went on to add five new faces to what he considered an already “special” group of coaches, while also elevating Johnnie Lynn to the position of special assistant to the head coach/secondary.

Offensive Coordinator - Jimmy RayeRaye rejoined the 49ers after originally serving as the San Francisco’s wide receivers coach in 1977. He has over 30 years of NFL coaching experience, including a total of 12 years as an offensive coordinator for several teams: Los Angeles Rams (1983-84, ‘91), Tampa Bay Bucs (1985-86), New England Patriots (1990), Kansas City Chiefs (1998-2000), Washington Redskins (2001) and Oakland Raiders (2004-05).

“When I sat down and listened to what he had to say, in terms of what his philosophy was and the conviction behind it, he talked about the physicality that the offense has to have. He talked about the toughness, both mentally and physically, that the offense has to have. The discipline it takes to do those things. That to me, that was something that we were really excited about.” - Mike Singletary

Pass Rush Specialist - Al HarrisHarris, who is in his first season as an NFL coach, enjoyed a stellar 11-year playing career with the Chicago Bears (1979-84, ‘86-88) and Philadelphia Eagles (1989-90).

“Al Harris’ greatest attribute is as a teacher. We’re excited about the ad-dition of Al because our players will benefit from his teaching ability, in terms of the strategy and methodology of what goes into the pass rush.” - Mike Singletary

Offensive Assistant - Jason MichaelMichael brings both NFL and collegiate coaching experience to San Francisco. Prior to joining the 49ers, he served as the tight ends coach at the University of Tennessee in 2008, after coaching two years (2006-07) with the New York Jets and one season with the Raiders (2005).

“I have familiarity with Jason from my time with the Raiders and Jets. He’s an extremely organized individual with innate intelligence. Jason has a great feel for defensive game-planning and the type of football we’d like to run. He’s very much a parrt of what we do.” - Jimmy Raye

Running Backs - Tom RathmanRathman is in his 2nd coaching stint with the 49ers, having coached running backs for San Francisco 1997-2002. In five of his six seasons with the team, the 49ers rushing attack finished in the top 10 among NFL teams. As a player, Rathman helped the 49ers win two Super Bowl Championships and seven NFC West titles during a playing career that spanned nine years (1986-94).

“I think Tom has developed a good rapport with all the running backs, getting to know who they are and coaching them hard, and at the same time being that father figure when you have to listen and help them work through things.” - Mike Singletary

Inside Linebackers - Vantz SingletarySingletary joins the 49ers after coaching 17 seasons in the collegiate ranks. In 2008, he served as the defensive tackles coach at the Uni-versity of Buffalo, where he helped lead the school to its first ever bowl appearance.

“Vantz has had a tremendous career during his many seasons as a col-legiate coach. I am confident that the way he has worked with young football players during that extensive experience will translate into suc-cess as he embarks on his NFL coaching career.” - Mike Singletary

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TotalDate Opp W/L P/S Att Comp Pct Yds TD Int Lg Sk/Yds Rtg Rsh Yds TD Net YdsSep 13 at Arz W 0/0 - - INACTIVE (3rd QB) - - - - - - -Sep 20 Sea W 0/0 - - INACTIVE (3rd QB) - - - - - - -Sep 27 at Min L 0/0 - - INACTIVE (3rd QB) - - - - - - -Oct 4 StL W 0/0 - - INACTIVE (3rd QB) - - - - - - -Oct 11 Atl L 0/0 - - INACTIVE (3rd QB) - - - - - - -Oct 25 at Hou L 0/0 - - - INACTIVE - - - - - - -Nov 1 at Ind L 0/0 - - INACTIVE (3rd QB) - - - - - - -Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 0/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 0/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 NATE DAVIS

QUARTERBACK

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 226 Born: 5/25/87

College: Ball State

Exp: Rookie D-5B in ’09 (171st overall)

DAVIS GAME-BY-GAME

Nate Davis, a 5th-round draft selection in the 2009 NFL Draft, is the 3rd quarterback for the 49ers. Davis possesses a strong arm along with a solid work ethic. The 49ers coaching staff value many of Davis’ qualities as well as his potential growth in the team’s offensive scheme for the season.

GOLDMINE:�� Nate was a four year letter winner in basketball at Bellaire High School

(OH). He broke the school’s record for most points in a career, amassing over 1,800 points. He also holds the school record for most TD passes (83) and most passing yds. (7,348).

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2009 49ers QBs

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TotalDate Opp W/L P/S Att Comp Pct Yds TD Int Lg Sk/Yds Rtg Rsh Yds TD Net YdsSep 13 at Arz W 1/1 31 18 58.1 209 1 0 50 4/27 89.3 0 0 0 182Sep 20 Sea W 1/1 26 19 73.1 144 0 0 22 4/21 86.1 1 17 0 140Sep 27 at Min L 1/1 25 15 60.0 195 2 1 31 1/7 94.6 0 0 0 188Oct 4 StL W 1/1 24 14 58.3 152 2 0 24t 4/20 104.9 2 -2 0 130Oct 11 Atl L 1/1 38 15 45.7 198 0 1 61 3/19 45.7 4 53 0 232Oct 25 at Hou L 1/1 11 6 55.0 45 0 0 18 2/13 64.6 1 2 0 34Nov 1 at Ind L 0/0 - - - - DID NOT PLAY - - - - - -Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 6/6 155 87 56.1 943 5 2 61 18/107 79.6 8 70 0 906CAREER 19/16 522 322 62.0 3,490 23 11 61 47/286 87.3 46 197 3 3,169

13 SHAUN HILL

QUARTERBACK

Ht: 6-3 Wt: 220 Born: 1/9/80

College: Maryland

Exp: 8th Year (UFA in ’06)

HILL GAME-BY-GAME

Hill possesses many of the intangibles that are needed at the QB position. A leader on and off the field, he is a consumate pro. He has a 10-6 record as a starter, 7-1 at home.

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(min.10 starts). His winning pct. is also the 2nd highest winning pct.age among all undrafted QBs since 1970.

��Set a new career-long with a 50-yd. completion to WR Isaac Bruce inthe 2nd qtr. at Arz. (9/13).

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the 1st qtr.. Also rushed for a career-high 53 yds. vs. Atl. (10/11)His previous high was 45 yds. rushing at StL. (12/21/08).

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farm ponds in his home state of Missouri during high school. When he lived in Minnesota as a member of the Vikings, Shaun caught a 30-inch, 9-pound walleye on his 1st try. He was able to lure the fish using a leech for bait 40-feet deep. Also in his fishing repertoire is a 48-inch muskie.

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CAREER HIGHSPasses Attempted: 46 at Mia. (12/14/08)Completions: 30 at Mia. (12/14/08)Passing Yds.: 303 at Dal. (11/23/08)Long Pass: 61 vs. Atl. (10/11/09)TDs: 3 vs. TB (12/23/07)Rushes: 6 vs. TB (12/23/07)Rushing Yds.: 53 vs. Atl. (10/11/09)Long Rush: 24 at StL (12/21/08)

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSFumbles-Lost: 7-3; 2-2 in 2007; 4-0 in 2008; 3-1 in 2009

solid down the stretchQB Shaun Hill is among the league’s best in 4th-quarter passing

efficiency, registering a 104.8 passer rating in the 4th qtr. dating back to last season. This season, Hill has posted a 4th qtr. passer rating of 113.5, ranking 5th in the NFL.

Since 2008, Hill has thrown 10 TD passes and only 2 INTs in the 4th qtr., while completing 66.2 pct. of his passes.

EXCELLING IN THE FOURTH QUARTER.�� After marching the 49ers on a 15-play, 7:26 drive that was capped

by a 3-yd. TD pass to RB Frank Gore at Arz. (9/13/09), QB Shaun Hill proved once again that he has what it takes to win in the NFL. On the 49ers’ game-winning drive, Hill completed 9-of-13 pass attempts for 72 yds. and one TD. The win marked Hill’s fourth-career win after the team was either tied or trailing in the 4th qtr..

�� Trailing 17-20 in the 4th qtr. at Minnesota (9/27/09), Hill directed a 6 play, 80-yd. drive, that was punctuated when he found TE Vernon Da-vis in the end zone for the go-ahead TD. On the drive, Hill completed 4-of-4 pass attempts for 89 yds. and one TD.

2008-2009 4th qtr.COMPLETION Pct.AGE LEADERS

Player Pct. 1. Peyton Manning, Ind 67.0 2. Ben Roethlisberger, Pit 66.9 3. Shaun Hill, SF 66.2 4. Drew Brees 66.1 5. Joe Flacco, Bal 65.8

2008-2009 4th qtr. QB RATING LEADERS Player Att Comp Pct TD INT Rate

1. Tony Romo, Dal 156 93 59.6 11 1 111.32. Phillip Rivers, SD 205 128 62.4 15 3 107.13. Joe Flacco, Bal 149 98 65.8 11 5 104.8 4. Shaun Hill, SF 148 98 66.2 10 2 104.85. Drew Brees, NO 183 121 66.1 12 6 102.0

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13 SHAUN HILL

QUARTERBACK CONTINUED ...

home cookin’In the storied history of 49ers QBs, QB Shaun Hill is off to a better start

than every Hall of Fame signal caller that has come before him. HIll became the 1st qtr.back in franchise history to win his 1st seven starts at home.

In his eight starts at home, Hill has completed 144-of-229 pass at-tempts (62.9 pct.) for 1, 557 yds., 11 TDs, 4 INT and posted a QB rating of 91.5.

HILL GAME-BY-GAME STARTS AT CANDLESTICK PARKOpp. Date Att. Comp. Pct. Yds. TD INT RateCincinnati 12/15/07 28 21 75.0 197 1 0 105.8Tampa Bay 12/23/07 24 11 45.8 123 3 1 83.9St. Louis 11/16/08 20 15 75.0 213 2 0 142.3N.Y. Jets 12/7/08 39 28 71.8 285 2 1 98.8Washington 12/28/08 30 21 70.0 245 1 1 91.7Sea. 9/20/09 26 19 73.1 144 0 0 86.1St. Louis 10/4/09 24 14 58.3 152 2 0 104.9Atl. 10/11/09 38 15 39.5 198 0 1 45.7Totals 229 144 62.9 1,557 11 4 91.5

UNDRAFTED SUCCESSBecoming a starting QB in the NFL is tough. It’s even tougher when

you enter the league as an undrafted free agent. QB Shaun Hill has worked his way up from an undrafted free agent signee of the Minnesota Vikings in 2002 to having a 10-6 record as a starter.

Hill started two games in 2007 before becoming the regular starter midway through the 2008 sea-son. In his 16 career starts, Hill has led the 49ers to a 10-6 record. His .625 winning pct. ranks 2nd in 49ers franchise history (min. 10 starts) and it is the fourth-highest winning pct. among all undrafted QBs since 1970.

UNDRAFTED QB WINNING Pct.AGE LEADERS SINCE 1966

Player Rec. Pct. 1. Dieter Brock, LAN 11-4 .733 2. Tony Romo, Dal 32-14 .696 3. John Fourcade, NO 7-4 .636 4. Shaun Hill, SF 10-6 .625 5. Jay Fiedler, Mia/Jax 37-23 .617

Symmetry in motionIn a recent study done by the Wall Street Journal, a symmetrical face

is a trait that has a strong correlation to a person’s perceived attractiveness. The average person’s face is somewhere around 90 pct. symmetrical, but for a startng QB in the NFL, it is about 96 pct. symmetrical. Starting QB Shaun Hill ranks 7th in the NFL with a 99.35 pct. symmetrical face.

“It isn’t someone’s opinion,” said Hill. “It’s scientific proof that I’m handsome. So it’s really a great deal. So when [QB] Alex [Smith] or [T] Joe

Staley tries to put me down to make themselves feel bet-ter, I have scientific evidence to throw back at them.” The study concluded that scientific research over-whelmingly points to facial symmetry as an indicator of success. Studies show infants with more symmetrical faces are given more attention. Sym-metrical workers also tend to earn more.

MOST SYMMETRICAL FACESSTARTING NFL QBS

Symmetry Player Rating 1. Matt Ryan, ATL 99.82% 2. Brett Favre, MIN 99.78% 3. Aaron Rodgers, GB 99.59% 4. Matt Hasselbeck, SEA 99.56% 5. Kerry Collins, TEN 99.49% 6. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 99.43% 7. Shaun Hill, SF 99.35% 8. Tom Brady, NE 99.14% 9. Philip Rivers, SD 99.04% 10. Kurt Warner, ARZ 98.98%

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TotalDate Opp W/L P/S Att Comp Pct Yds TD Int Lg Sk/Yds Rtg Rsh Yds TD Net YdsSep 13 at Arz W 0/0 - - - - DID NOT PLAY - - - - - -Sep 20 Sea W 0/0 - - - - DID NOT PLAY - - - - - -Sep 27 at Min L 0/0 - - - - DID NOT PLAY - - - - - - Oct 4 StL W 0/0 - - - - DID NOT PLAY - - - - - -Oct 11 Atl L 0/0 - - - - DID NOT PLAY - - - - - -Oct 25 at Hou L 1/0 22 15 68.2 206 3 1 29t 0/0 118.6 2 16 0 222Nov 1 at Ind L 1/1 32 19 59.4 198 1 1 27 4/16 74.7 1 10 0 192Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 2/1 54 24 44.4 404 4 2 29t 4/16 95.0 3 26 0 414CAREER 34/31 854 469 54.9 5,083 23 33 75 85/524 65.5 90 365 2 4,924

11 ALEX SMITH

QUARTERBACK

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 217 Born: 5/7/84

College: Utah

Exp: 5th Year (D-1 in ’05)

SMITH GAME-BY-GAME

A tough, cerebral signal caller, Alex Smith looks to continue showing both his development and progression in 2009 after battling through injuries over the past two seasons. Smith started his 1st game of the 2009 season Week 8 at Indianapolis where he held his own against a talented Colts defense. He was named the starting QB by head coach Mike Singletary on October 26 while working tirelessly to get himself ready to play whenever the opportunity presented itself.

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and completed 15-of-22 pass attempts for 206 yds.,3 TDs, 1 INT and a passer rating of 118.6. Became the 1st 49ers QB to throw 3 TD passes in a half since QB Jeff Garcia at Arizona (12/7/03), with 4 TD passes in the 1st half. His 3 TD passes tied a career-high (3 TD passes vs. Oak - 10/8/06). His QB rating of 118.6 at Hou. marked the 2nd-highest QB rating of his career (120.5 vs. Oakland - 10/8/06).

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GOLDMINE: �� In early 2007, Alex committed $500,000 to the University of Utah’s athletic

department. The generous donation was the lead gift for the Alex Smith Strength and Conditioning Facility—a $1.5 million expansion of Utah’s varsity athletics weight room. The money kicked off a campaign to raise the remaining funds for the project. Plans call for the expansion of the Dee Glen Smith Center, which houses the strength and conditioning room, as well as the football coaching offices, meeting, training and equipment rooms. The facility covers 11,000 square feet - a 3,500 square foot improvement from its current size - and features new lifting stations and cardiovascular conditioning space.

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CAREER HIGHSPasses Attempted: 46 vs. Phi. (9/24/06)Completions: 27 vs. Phi. (9/24/06)Passing Yds.: 293 vs. Phi. (9/24/06)Long Pass: 75 vs. Phi. (9/24/06)TDs: 3 (2 times) Last vs. Hou. (10/25/09)Rushes: 8 at Det. (11/12/06)Rushing Yds.: 39 vs. Phi. (9/24/06) Long Rush: 25 (2 times) Last at Pit. (9/23/07)

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSFumbles-Lost: 21-9; 9-2 in 2005; 6-2 in 2006; 6-5 in 2007

solid return

In his 1st action since November 12, 2007, vs. Sea., QB Alex Smith started the 2nd half at Hou. (10/25) and came out slinging. On his 1st series, Smith complete 2-of-2 pass attempts for 46 yds., including a 29-yd. TD pass to TE Vernon Davis. It marked Smith’s 1st TD pass since October 28, 2007 at New Orleans. As Smith tried to erase a 21-0 halftime deficit, he continued to show off his arm strength, quick feet and decision making. He connected with Davis on two more TD passes in 4th qtr., pulling the score to 21-24. Smith finished the day completing 15-of-22 pass attempts for 206 yds., three TDs, one interception and a QB rating of 118.6. He registered the second-best QB rating of his career (120.5 vs. Oakland - 10/8/06) and he also tied a career-high with three TD passes (last time, three TD passes vs. Oakland - 10/8/06). In addition, Smith became the 1st 49ers QB to throw for three TDs in a half since Jeff Garcia threw 4 TDs passes in the 1st half in Arizona (12/7/03).

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RUSHING RECEIVINGDate Opp W/L P/S Att Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/0 1 -3 -3.0 -3 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 20 Sea W 1/0 9 13 1.4 7 0 2 16 8.0 11 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/0 25 54 2.2 13 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL W 1/1 24 74 3.1 17 0 4 32 8.0 12 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/1 12 45 3.8 12 1 4 21 5.3 8 0Oct 25 at Hou L 1/0 2 3 1.5 2 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/0 1 8 8.0 8 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 7/2 74 194 2.6 17 1 10 69 6.9 12 0CAREER 7/2 74 194 2.6 17 1 10 69 6.9 12 0

29 GLEN COFFEE

RUNNING BACK

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 208 Born: 5/01/87

College: Alabama

Exp: (D-3 in ’09)

COFFEE GAME-BY-GAMEGlen Coffee is a solid addition to the 49ers running back corps. Coffee had stepped into his role as the bell cow of the running game while RB Frank Gore was out with an ankle injury. In his 2nd game as a starter, he continued to add to the 49ers ground game by scoring his 1st career TD vs. Atl. (10/11). A tough, hard-nosed runner with excellent field vision, Coffee looks to be utilized as a complement to Gore throughout this season.

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was his 1st career reception.

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�� ���#�� ��{��!�����������]��|���}�^��~{_�$����#��^ �#�������!�����`high 74 yds.. He also set career highs in both receptions (4) and receiving yds. (32).

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Thomas Community Service Award.��� �<������ �����#�#� ������������ ���! � �|� ~�}��� � ���� �� �#� {����� *#��

rushing and 350 yds. receiving with 29 TDs as a senior, on his way to leading his prep squad to the District 2-4A title and an appearance in the regional championship game.

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2009 49ers running backs

CAREER HIGHS

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles - 5: 2 at Arz. (9/13/09), 1 at Hou. (10/25/09), 2 at Ind. (11/1/09)

Rushes: 25 at Min. (09/27/09)Rushing Yds.: 74 vs. StL (10/4/09)Long Rush: 17 vs. StL (10/4/09)Receptions: 4 vs. StL (10/4/09)

Receiving Yds.: 32 vs. StL (10/4/09) Long Receptions: 12 vs. StL (10/4/09)

jolt of coffee San Francisco 49ers RB Glen Coffee, the team’s 3rd-round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, was one of the most impressive rookies during the preseason. “I’m very excited about what I’ve seen from him,” said head coach Mike Singletary. “Glen’s a tough runner, and he’s going to be a great ad-dition to our football team. He really adds a lot to what we’re trying to do.” “He’s doing a great job,” said Gore. “He runs strong and finds the holes. Glen is going to be a great player.” The rookie from Alabama has relied on advice from Gore, “I take the game seriously,” said Coffee. “Frank and I have similar ap-proaches, and I try to learn from him. He knows what it takes.” Coffee has made his presence felt early this season, carrying the rush-ing load while Gore missed two games with an ankle injury. On the season, Coffee has carried the ball 74 times for 194 yds. and aTD.

49ers offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye likes what he sees from the rookie and is excited about what he will bring to the team.

“He has been really exceptional for a rookie running back,” says Raye. “He’s way ahead of the curve in terms of pass protection, and that’s unusual for a college back. He’s a rugged player, he’s mentally tough and he plays physical football. He has vision and the ability to get fast in the hole. He has a bright future.”

2009 ROOKIE RUSHING LEADERS Player Car. Yds. YPC TD

1. Knowshon Moreno, Den. 109 420 3.9 2 2. LeSean McCoy, Phi. 70 294 4.2 23. Beanie Wells, Ari. 57 238 4.2 14. Donald Brown, Ind. 46 212 4.6 25. Glen Coffee, SF 74 194 2.6 1

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CAREER HIGHS

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Fumbles - Lost - 19-13: 2-2 in 2005, 6-5 in 2006, 4-3 in 2007, 6-3 in 2008, 1-0 in 2009

RUSHING RECEIVINGDate Opp W/L P/S Att Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/1 22 30 1.4 6t 1 3 18 6.0 8 1Sep 20 Sea W 1/1 16 207 12.9 80t 2 5 39 7.8 11 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/1 1 4 4.0 4 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL W 0/0 - INACTIVE (ANKLE) - - - - - -Oct 11 Atl L 0/0 - INACTIVE (ANKLE) - - - - - -Oct 25 at Hou L 1/1 13 32 2.5 9 0 2 15 7.5 9 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/1 13 91 7.0 64t 1 5 43 8.6 15 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 5/5 55 364 6.6 80t 4 15 115 7.7 15 1CAREER 64/51 1,004 4,805 4.8 80t 26 187 1,540 8.2 47 5

21 FRANK GORE

RUNNING BACK

Ht: 5-9 Wt: 217 Born: 5/14/83

College: Miami (FL)

Exp: 5th Year (D-3A in ’05)

GORE GAME-BY-GAME

Rushes: 31 at Den. (12/31/06)Rushing Yds.: 212 vs. Sea. (11/19/06)Long Rush: 80t Last vs. Sea. (9/20/09)TD Rushes: 2 (7 times) Last vs Sea. (9/20/09)Receptions: 11 at Arz. (11/25/07)

Receiving Yds.: 98 at Arz. (11/25/07)Long Receptions: 47 at Jac. (12/18/05)TD Receptions: 1 (5 times) Last at Arz (9/13/09)Combined Yds.: 246 (207 rush, 39 rec.) vs. Sea. (9/20/09)

The heart of the 49ers offense for the past 4 seasons, Pro Bowl RB Frank Gore has established himself as one of the premier running backs in the NFL. Known as a breakaway threat and tough inside runner, the former 3rd-round pick became the 1st 49ers player in team history to record 3 consecutive 1,000-yd. rushing seasons. During the offseason, Gore went through a rigorous training regime with other NFL players that are also former University of Miami alum to prepare for the 2009 season. Among many others, Gore has garnered praise from 1st year offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye, who has noticed Gore’s gains from his workouts and expects an outstanding season from the 5th-year veteran.

2009 AWARDS & HONORS:�� NFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 2)�� FedEx Ground Player of the Week (Week 2)

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:�� �}��#�� ���������� �"�$��^ ����*#����#�$��^ ����>\��� ��������#� �� � �� �^ ���� >\� ��#� �� ��!��]���� >\� ��� � � same game for 1st time in his career at Arz. (9/13). Became the 1st 49ers player to record a rushing TD and a receiving TD in the same game since RB Kevan Barlow at Philadelphia (12/21/03).�� Scored two rushing TDs (79, 80 yds.) breaking his career long

twice in the same game against Sea. (9/20). His previous career-long was a 72-yd. run vs. GB (12/10/06). Joins RB Barry Sanders(at TB (80, 82) on 10/12/97) as the only players in NFL history to register two TD runs of 75-plus yds. in the same game.Set a new career-high with 246 yds. from scrimmage (207 rushingyds., 39 receiving yds.). Tied a career-high with 2 rushing TDs. Became the 1st player in franchise history to have 2 runs of 79 yds. or more in the same game vs. Sea. (9/20/09).

�� Left the game at. Min. (9/27) early in the 1st qtr. with an ankle injury.

�� Registered his 4th rushing TD of the season on a 64-yd. TD run in the 1st qtr.. It marked the 26th rushing TD of his career and his 3rd rushing TD of the season over 60 yds.. Gore, along with Jacksonville RB Maurice Jone-Drew, became the 1st players to record 3 rushing TDs over 60 yds. in one season since 2003 (RB Ahman Green - 98t, 65t and 60t; RB Jamal Lewis – 82t, 72t and 63t). Gore is the 1st 49er to have three rushing TDs over 60 yds. in a season since 1998 (RB Garrison Hearst – 96t, 71t, 70t).

GOLDMINE:����Frank’s determination to run over defenders comes from his tough

upbringing in Miami, FL. Some considered his football career over when he suffered two serious knee injuries at the University of Miami. He relied, however, on his mother Liz’s strength to help him through. “She had been on dialysis (awaiting a kidney transplant) since I was in the 11th grade and raised three kids as a single woman,” Frank said. Unfortunately, Liz lost her battle with kidney disease before the 49ers 2nd game of the 2007 season against the St. Louis Rams. Playing with a heavy heart, Frank responded by rushing for 81 yds. and 2 TDs, including a 43-yd. score on a 4th-and-1 carry, helping the 49ers to a 17-16 victory.

�� Frank has spent the past summers running hills in Miami with a truck tire tethered to his torso as part of his training regimen.

eye of the tiger

Over the years, RB Frank Gore has evolved into a team leader who does so by example. With a phenomenal work ethic and tremendous attitude, Gore has hit the ground running and is anxious to start playing games. “I feel fast, strong, ready,” Gore said. “Every time I’m on the field, I envi-sion being in the game. I feel great. I feel the more reps, the more comfort-able I will be. I’m ready to play ball.” Gore’s efforts and ability have been noticed by everyone, especially of-fensive coordinator Jimmy Raye. “He has been one of the best workers in preparation since we started this training camp,” Raye said. “I think he has the eye of the tiger this year. From what I’ve seen, his work ethic has been outstanding and he’s looking forward to a good year, and we are looking forward to him having one.” Raye is entering his 33rd season in the NFL and he has coached some of the greatest running backs of all-time, including Hall of Famers Marcus Allen and Eric Dickerson. As he watches Gore on the field, Raye knows that he has all the tools to be one of the best to ever play the game. “From what I’ve seen of him, he has all the criteria, all the prerequisites, to be a top guy,” Raye said of Gore. “He has it talent-wise and he has the passion to be a top-level guy, be in the upper echelon of backs that have played in the NFL.”

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21 FRANK GORE

RUNNING BACK CONTINUED ...

Now in his 5th season with San Francisco, Gore has already moved into 5th place on the 49ers all-time rushing list.

ALL-TIME 49ERS RUSHING LIST Player Years Yds. 1. Joe Perry 1950-1963 (12) 7,344 2. Roger Craig 1983-1990 (8) 7,064 3. Ken Willard 1965-1973 (9) 5,930 4. Garrison Hearst 1997-2003 (5) 5,535 5. Frank Gore 2005-2009 (5) 4,805 6. J.D. Smith 1956-1964 (9) 4,370

rushing to the top

RB Frank Gore was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his Week 2 performance vs. Sea. (9/20). Gore paced the 49ers attack, rushing for 207 yds. on 16 car. (12.9 avg.) and 2 TDs in a 23-10 win. He began his day by setting a new career-long with a 79-yd. TD run in the 1st qtr.. On the 1st play of the 3rd qtr., he broke his career-long record again with an 80-yd. TD run. With his 2nd TD run of the day, Gore joined RB Barry Sanders (at Tampa Bay (80, 82) on 10/12/97) as the only players in NFL history to register two TD runs of 75-plus yds. in the same game. “It is a great honor to be mentioned alongside Barry Sanders, but I have to give up props to my offensive line,” said Gore. “They did a great job. And the receivers, they did a great job downfield. As an offense, we just have to keep moving forward from this game here.” Gore’s average of 12.9 yds. per carry is the 2nd-best single-game av-erage in franchise history (min. 10 carries). It was also the 3rd-highest single-game average (min. 15 carries) in the NFL since 1970. Gore’s career-day didn’t stop with the long runs. He also set a new

career-high with 246 yds. from scrimmage (207 rushing, 39 receiving) and it marked the 1st time in his career he registered 4 TDs over a two-game span. “Obviously, it was a great day,” said head coach Mike Singletary. “It re-ally was. It’s a tribute to our offensive line. It’s a tribute to Frank seeing the holes and hitting them. It’s a tribute to our outside guys and our receivers doing a great job blocking. Everybody is doing their job in order for those things to happen. So, that’s all good.”

HIGHEST SINGLE-GAME YPC AVERAGE SINCE 1970 (min. 15 carries)

Player Date Opp. Car. Yds. YPC TD 1. Derrick Ward, NYG 12/21/08 CAR 15 215 14.3 0 2. Mercury Morris, Mia 9/30/73 NE 15 197 13.1 3 3. Frank Gore, SF 9/20/09 SEA 16 207 12.9 2

player of the week Since he busted onto the scene in 2006, when he led the NFC with 1,695 yds. rushing, RB Frank Gore has been a work-horse for the 49ers offense. He has accounted for 5,606 yds., or 33.6% of the 49ers total of-fense, since 2006. Gore has av-eraged 1,709 yds. from scrim-mage a year during the same time frame, ranking 4th in the NFL behind LaDainian Tomlin-son, Brian Westbrook and Ste-ven Jackson. Gore also ranks 4th in the NFL with 4,197 rushing yds. since 2006.

Last season, Gore became the 1st player in franchise history to rush for more than 1,000 yds. in three consecutive seasons. He led the NFC and ranked 3rd in the NFL with 1,695 rushing yds. in 2006, ranked 5th in the NFC with 1,102 rushing yds. in 2007 and 8th in the NFC with 1,036, despite missing two games with an ankle injury. Gore is one of 4 players who have rushed for over 1,000 from 2006-2008.

When sizing up Gore, it’s not all about the stats. He has put in hard work to become an all-around back, and that includes excelling in pass protection. Over the course of his career, Gore has been seen time and time again holding his own against larger defenders in pass protection. Gore, at 5-9 and 217 pounds, takes pride in how he approaches blocking. “It’s not about size. It’s about what you’ve got in your chest. I’ve got a lot of heart.” Gore’s passion goes a long way. If he’s not practicing or conditioning, he’s putting in extra hours of film study. He credits his University of Miami running backs coach, Don Soldinger, for stressing the importance of blocking. “Anybody can run the ball,” Gore said. “If you want to separate yourself, you’ve got to do all three phases. That’s why you see all the Miami backs around the league - Clinton Portis, Edgerrin James, Willis McGahee - they all block.”

frank the tank

NFL Yds. FROM SCRIMMAGESINCE 2006

Player Yds. 1. LaDainian Tomlinson, SD 6,107 2. Steven Jackson, STL 5,998 3. Brian Westrook, PHI 5,685 4. Frank Gore, SF 5,606 5. Thomas Jones, NYJ 4,972

NFL RUSHING LEADERS SINCE 2006 Player 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

1. LaDainian Tomlinson, SD 1,815 1,474 1,110 211 4,6102. Steven Jackson, STL 1,528 1,002 1,042 784 4,3563. Thomas Jones, NYJ 1,210 1,119 1,312 704 4,3454. Frank Gore 1,695 1,102 1,036 364 4,197

5. Adrian Peterson, Min - 1,341 1,760 764 3,885

CONSECUTIVE 1,000 Yd. RUSHING SEASONS 2006-2008Player 2006 2007 2008Frank Gore, SF 1,695 1,102 1,036Steven Jackson, STL 1,528 1,002 1,042 Thomas Jones, NYJ 1,210 1,119 1,312LaDainian Tomlinson, SD 1,815 1,474 1,110

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RUSHING RECEIVINGDate Opp W/L P/S Att Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/1 1 2 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0Sep 20 Sea W 1/1 2 16 8.0 15 0 3 17 5.7 11 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 6 6.0 6 0Oct 4 StL W 1/0 2 8 4.0 5 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/0 1 2 2.0 2 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/0 3 4 1.3 3 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 6/3 6 28 4.7 15 0 4 23 5.7 11 0CAREER 109/41 17 54 3.2 15 0 31 170 5.5 32t 3

44 MORAN NORRIS

FULLBACK

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 250 Born: 6/16/78

College: Kansas

Exp: 9th Year (UFA in ’09)

(MORE - ann)

NORRIS GAME-BY-GAMEA tough, hard-nosed fullback, Moran Norris rejoined the 49ers after spending the 2008 season as a member of the Detroit Lions. Norris, who is utilized as both a blocker and receiver, was the 49ers starting fullback from 2006-07 and helped RB Frank Gore to a Pro Bowl season with an NFC-leading and team-record 1,695 yds. in 2006. He is close friends with Gore off the field, traveling with the running back to Hawaii when Gore received his Pro Bowl bid.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:���^ �#�����!������ �� �{��*#��]��|����~_'��_����������#� ��!�����` �� �

with 3 receptions. Led the way blocking for RB Frank Gore, helping him set career-long runs twice.

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GOLDMINE:��� ��� ��� ���� ��]���� � �� ��*� ���� ������ ����� ��� �^��� �^���!�� ������

Norris can be found working within his community. In 2005, Moran founded the Moran Norris Foundation, seeking to help Hou.-area students become champions in athletics, character and education. In San Francisco, Moran “adopted” a group of students in the Brother2Brother/Sister2Sister Mentoring Program as part of his Foundation’s initiatives. Moran has hosted the youngsters at 49ers games, provided them with financial support and taught them the importance of life skills, education, goal setting, hard work and good character. “When I was growing up I remember this football player came, and he used to come and just talk to the kids, and I still remember that day. I felt if I ever had a chance to go back like that, I would do the same thing.”

Rushes: 3 at Ind. (11/1/09)Rushing Yds.: 16 vs. Sea. (9/20/09)Receptions: 3 (2 times) Last vs. Sea. (9/20/09)Receiving Yds.: 32t at Den. (12/31/06)

Long Receptions: 32t at Den. (12/31/06)TD Receptions:1 (3 times) Last at Den. (12/31/06)

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSKickoff Returns - 11-110: 2002 (2-11), 2003 (5-71), 2004 (2-25), 2005 (1-2), 2006 (1-1)Special Teams Tackles - 44: 2001 (2), 2002 (6), 2003 (8), 2004 (7), 2005 (12), 2006 (3), 2007 (3), 2008 (2), 2009 (2)Forced Fumbles - 1: 2005 (1)Fumble Recoveries - 2: 2007 (1), 2009 (1)Blocked Punts - 1: 2007 (1 for safety at NYG, 10/21/07)

CAREER HIGHS

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RUSHING RECEIVINGDate Opp W/L P/S Att Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Sep 20 Sea W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 4 2.0 4 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 8 8.0 8 0Oct 4 StL W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 7/0 0 0 0 0 0 3 12 4.0 8 0CAREER 54/2 83 287 3.5 33 2 40 334 8.4 36 0

24 MICHAEL ROBINSON

RUNNING BACK

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 223 Born: 2/6/83

College: Penn State

Exp: 4th Year (D-4 in ’06)

ROBINSON GAME-BY-GAMEMichael Robinson has provided the 49ers with a consistent weapon on offense and special teams since being drafted in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. Robinson saw action at running back, fullback, QB and kickoff returner in 2008, as he was named a Pro Bowl alternate on special teams. A special teams ace, he has totaled 74 special teams tackles in four seasons, which includes a career-high 27 stops in 2007. Robinson made the transition from college QB to a tough, powerful rusher upon joining the 49ers.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:������� 2nd on the team with 15 special teams tackles.��� Registered his 1st kickoff return of the season vs. StL (10/4). ��� Set a career-high with 99 yd. kickoff return yds. at Ind. (11/1) breaking his previous high of 94 yds. the previous week at. Hou (10/25).

GOLDMINE:���One of the most athletic and versatile players on the team, Michael is

equally adept off the playing field. At Penn State, Michael starred at QB and earned Academic All-Big Ten honors three times. More than a football player, Michael gained reporting experience covering Penn State Basketball and on CSTV’s Penn State Primetime programs. Robinson has spent time in the television studio in the Bay Area, meeting reporters and gaining experience behind the camera, and also hosts a segment called “The Robinson Report” on 49ers.com. On April 2, 2008, ESPN The Magazine invited Michael to be an on-camera reporter at Baylor vs. Texas women’s softball game on ESPNU.

Date Opp KR Yds Avg Lg TD PR FC Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 20 Sea 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 27 at Min 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL 1 25 25.0 25 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl 1 13 13.0 13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou 3 94 31.3 40 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind 5 99 19.8 26 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 10 231 23.1 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 22 490 22.2 40 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Special Teams Tackles - 74: 2006 (16), 2007 (27), 2008 (16), 2009 (15)Onside Kick Recovery - 1: 1 at NO (12/3/06)Fumbles-Lost - 2-1: 1-1 in 2007, 1-0 in 2008

Rushes: 17 at Atl. (11/4/07)Rushing Yds.: 67 at Atl. (11/4/07)Long Rush: 33 at Sea. (12/14/06)TD Rushes: 2 vs. Phi. (9/24/06)Receptions: 4 at Mia. (12/14/08)Receiving Yds.: 54 vs. StL. (11/16/08)

Long Receptions: 36 vs. StL. (11/16/08)Kickoff Return Yds.: 99 at Hou. (10/25/09)Long Kickoff Return: 40 at Hou. (10/25/09)

CAREER HIGHS

KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS

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RECEIVING RUSHING Date Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/0 2 22 11.0 12 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 20 Sea W 1/0 1 1 1.0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL W 1/0 1 8 8.0 8 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/0 1 9 9.0 9 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 7/0 5 40 8.0 12 0 0 0 0.0 0 0CAREER 80/38 178 2,150 12.1 65 11 22 77 3.5 18 1

Date Opp KR Yds Avg Lg TD PR FC Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 O.O O OSep 20 Sea 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 27 at Min 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 2 3 1.0 3 0Oct 11 Atl 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1 2 2.0 2 0Oct 25 at Hou 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 2 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 0 0 0.0 0 0 5 5 5 1.0 3 0CAREER 19 373 19.6 40 0 48 34 390 8.1 71t 1

83 ARNAZ BATTLE

WIDE RECEIVER

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 208 Born: 2/22/80

College: Notre Dame

Exp: 7th Year (D-6 in ’03)

(ARR-nez)

BATTLE GAME-BY-GAMEAs one of the longest tenured 49ers on the team, Arnaz Battle has developed into an all-around threat as a receiver, blocker and returner. The former college QB progressed from a special teams standout during his 1st two years in San Francisco into one of the team’s most reliable offensive players. Battle served as the primary punt and kickoff returner for the 49ers in 2004, and provides depth at both positions. A sixth-round selection in 2003, Battle has recorded 178 receptions for 2,150 yds. and 11 TDs in 79 career games.

GOLDMINE:����Arnaz’s tough, hard-nosed play is described by some as competing

with a chip on his shoulder. Arnaz however would express it as playing with an angel instead of a chip in remembrance of his younger brother, Brandon. When Arnaz was 9 years old, Brandon passed away in a tragic drowning accident. That memory is one from which Arnaz draws strength and inspiration. On his upper left arm appears a tattoo of his late brother’s face that runs from the tip of his shoulder to his bicep.

����A QB for most of his collegiate career at Notre Dame, Arnaz transitioned to wide receiver as a rookie with the 49ers. “Being an option QB, I initially didn’t have the stride it took to be a receiver and open in and out of my routes. I was kind of choppy in my steps. Just putting all of that together, being in shape and getting my muscles stretched so I could extend my running form was probably the most challenging part of making the switch. I think as far as grasping the playbook and the terminology, I found that I was able to digest it much easier and faster having played the QB position.”

����Arnaz learned his moves early on. His father played tight end at North Texas and with the St. Louis Rams for two seasons. By the time Battle became interested in football, his dad was mostly on the road as a truck driver, but when he came home, father and son played catch out in the yd..

CAREER HIGHS

Receptions: 7 (3 times) Last at NO (9/28/08)Receiving Yds.:120 at NO (9/28/08)

Long Reception:65 at NYJ (10/17/04)

TD Receptions: 2 vs. Oak. (10/8/06)Kickoff Returns:4 at Sea. (10/12/03)

Kickoff Return Yds.: 75 vs. Car. (11/14/04)

Long Kickoff Return: 40 vs. Car. (11/14/04)Punt Returns: 4 (4 times) Last vs. NYJ (12/7/08)Punt Return Yds.: 88 vs. Arz. (10/10/04)Long Punt Return: 71t vs. Arz. (10/10/04)

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Special Teams Tackles – 30: 2003 (8); 2004 (16); 2009 (6) Special Teams Fumble Recoveries – 3: 2003 (2); 2004 (1)Passing – 2-3 for 27: 2005 (2 for 2, 27 yds.), 2006 (0 for 1)Fumbles-Lost – 6-3: 1-1 in 2005, 1-1 in 2006, 3-0 in 2007, 1-1 in 2009

KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS

2009 49ers wide receivers

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RECEIVING RUSHING Date Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/1 4 74 18.5 50 0 1 -8 -8.0 -8 0Sep 20 Sea W 1/1 4 35 8.8 14 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/1 2 38 19.0 28 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL W 1/1 3 20 6.7 9 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 1/1 2 23 11.5 22 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/0 4 51 12.8 20 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 7/6 19 241 12.7 50 0 1 -8 -8.0 -8 0CAREER 219/200 1,022 15,185 14.9 80t 91 25 139 5.6 30 0

88 ISAAC BRUCE

WIDE RECEIVER

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 188 Born: 11/10/72

College: Memphis

Exp: 16th Year (FA in ’08)

BRUCE GAME-BY-GAMEOne of the most productive receivers in NFL history, Isaac Bruce continues to reach new heights in his 2nd year with the 49ers. A four-time Pro Bowler in 14 seasons with the St. Louis Rams, he is known for his precise route-running and tireless work ethic. Bruce ranks among the NFL’s all-time leaders in several statistical categories. He ranks 2nd in career receiving yds. (15,185), 5th in career recepts. (1,022) and 9th in career TDs (91). Bruce is only the 2nd player in NFL history to eclipse 15,000 yds. receiving.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �������#����� ���������� �{'���!��������� ��!���� � �� ��#� ���*��� ��� ��}� ����*� ��� ^���� {��___� !����� receiving yds. at Arz. (9/13).�����#��]�������*���!���������� ��|�� ����#�����]���!����� ������ Frank Gore rush for two career-long runs vs. Sea. (9/20).����His 28-yd. reception in the 4th quarter at Min. (9/27) helped set up the

go-ahead TD pass from QB Shaun Hill to TE Vernon Davis.��|�����#� ���__� �!����������������^��~{_�����

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he wishes to become one after his playing days. When not studying his playbook or running picture-perfect routes on the practice field, Bruce can be found at his locker reading the Bible.

���> ���^�^������������������!��]�������� �������!����������� ��!���^���*�as well. He was named a 2009 finalist for the NFLPA’s highest honor for community service after volunteering his time to numerous “Community Tuesday” events for the 49ers.

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSKickoff Returns: 5-47; 2008 (5-47)Special Teams Tackles – 1: 1994 (1)Passing – 3 for 6, 81 yds.: 1996 (1 for 1, 15 yds.), 2003 (2 for 2, 66 yds.), 2004 (0 for 2), 2006 (0 for 1)Punt Returns – 1 for 52 yds.: 1995 (1 for 52 yds.)2-Point Conversions – 2: 1995 (1), 1999 (1)Fumbles-Lost – 15-10: 2-1 in 1995, 1-1 in 1996, 1-0 in 1997, 1-1 in 2000, 3-1 in 2001, 2-2 in 2002, 5-4 in 2004

Receptions: 15 vs. Mia. (12/24/95)Receiving Yds.: 233 at Atl. (11/2/97)Long Reception: 80t vs. Min. (9/13/98)

TD Receptions: 4 vs. SF (10/10/99)100-yd Rec Games – 42: Last at Dal. (11/23/08), 125 yds200-yd. Rec Games – 3: Last at Atl. (11/2/97), 233 yds

CAREER HIGHS

Entering his 16th NFL season, WR Isaac Bruce has established himself as one of the best receivers to ever play the game. Bruce, a 4-time Pro Bowler, ranks 2nd in NFL history with 15,185 receiving yds., 5th with 1,022 career receptions and 9th with 91 receiving TDs.

isaac bruce ... enough said

NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING YDS. LEADERS Player Rec. Yds. 1. Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 22,895 2. Issac Bruce (1994-Present) 15,185 3. Tim Brown (1988-2004) 14,934 4. Marvin Harrison (1996-2008) 14,580 5. Terrell Owens (1996-Present) 14,364

NFL ALL-TIME RECEPTION LEADERS Player Receptions 1. Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 1,549 3. Marvin Harrison (1996-2008) 1,102 2. Cris Carter (1987-2002 1,101 4. Tim Brown (1988-2004) 1,094 5. Isaac Bruce (1994-Present) 1,022

NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING TD LEADERS Player Rec. TDs 1. Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 197 2. Terrell Owens (1996-Present) 140 3. Randy Moss (1998-Present) 139 4. Cris Carter (1987-2002) 130 5. Marvin Harrison (1996-2008) 128 6t. Tim Brown (1988-2004) 100 6t. Steve Largent (1976-1989) 100 8. Don Hudson (1935-45) 99 9. Isaac Bruce (1994-Present) 91 10. Don Maynard (1958-73) 88

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15 MICHAEL CRABTREE

WIDE RECEIVER

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 214 Born: 9/14/87

College: Texas Tech

Exp: D-1A in ’09 (10th overall)

RECEIVING RUSHING Date Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 0/0 - NOT WITH TEAM - - - - - -Sep 20 Sea W 0/0 - NOT WITH TEAM - - - - - -Sep 27 at Min L 0/0 - NOT WITH TEAM - - - - - -Oct 4 StL W 0/0 - NOT WITH TEAM - - - - - -Oct 11 Atl L 0/0 - ROSTER EXEMPTION - - - - - -Oct 25 at Hou L 1/1 5 56 11.2 18 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/1 6 81 13.5 27 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 2/2 11 137 12.5 27 0 0 0 0.0 0 0CAREER 2/2 11 137 12.5 27 0 0 0 0.0 0 0

CRABTREE GAME-BY-GAMEMichael Crabtree, who the 49ers selected with the 10th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, joins the team after several productive seasons and numerous accolades at the collegiate level. Possessing a rare combination of size and speed for a wide receiver, Crabtree looks to contribute his talents to an already solid 49ers receiving corps for the 2009 season.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:�� |�����#� ��{��!���������������$'�����#���������#�����!������������� yds. at Hou. (10/25).�� }�#� � �� ����� ��� �� � ��!������� ~��� ��#� ��!��]���� *#�� ~�{�� ��� ��#� (11/1).

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top 50 prospects in Texas and received several scholarship offers from major colleges.

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In his highly-anticipated debut, rookie WR Michael Crabtree stepped on the field in Hou. ready to make an impact. When the 49ers offense took the field, Crabtree was one of the starting receivers, becoming the 1st 49ers rookie wide receiver to start in his debut since undrafted rookie free agent WR Renaldo Nehemiah started vs. L.A. Raiders (9/12/82).

Crabtree registered 5 receptions for 56 yds. in his 1st career game. His 5 receptions rank tied for 3rd for the most receptions by a drafted rookie receiver in their 1st game in 49ers history. His 56 receiving yds. are the 5th most by a drafted rookie receiver in their debut.

QB Shaun Hill and QB Alex Smith knew they could lean on Crabtree in crucial situations. Of Crabtree’s five receptions, 4 of them resulted in 1st downs, including three on 3rd down.

“You know, I think he played really well for a young guy only being in a couple weeks, going out there and playing like that,” said Smith. “He played really well, competed against a lot of man coverage and played really well.”

Head coach Mike Singletary was also impressed by Crabtree’s per-formance.

“Do I think he did a great job today? Absolutely,” said Singletary. “He did a heck of a job. The bottom line is when he had the chance to make plays he made them. That’s good. You’re talking about a guy that’s been working his tail off and hasn’t been at camp and he came in today and it seemed like he had been here a while.”

MOST RECEPTIONS BY DRAFTED 49ERS WIDE RECEIVERS IN DEBUTS Player Opp Date Rec. Yds. Avg TD 1. Monty Stickles vs. NYG 9/25/60 8 123 15.4 0 2. Gene A. Washington at Atl. 9/21/69 6 92 15.3 0 3t. Michael Crabtree at Hou. 10/25/09 5 56 11.2 0 Terry LeCount at Cle. 9/3/78 5 63 12.7 0 5. Jerry Rice at Min. 9/7/85 4 67 16.8 0

impressive debut

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RECEIVING RUSHING Date Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 0/0 - - INACTIVE - - - - -Sep 20 Sea W 0/0 - - INACTIVE - - - - -Sep 27 at Min L 0/0 - - INACTIVE - - - - -Oct 4 StL W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 0/0 - - INACTIVE - - - - -Nov 1 at Ind L 0/0 - - INACTIVE - - - - -Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 2/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0CAREER 23/2 31 323 10.4 33 2 2 5 2.5 9 0

89 JASON HILL

WIDE RECEIVER

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 202 Born: 2/20/85

College: Washington State

Exp: 3rd Year (D-3A in ’07)

HILL GAME-BY-GAME A speedy wide receiver, Jason Hill saw increased action in his 2nd season with the 49ers. After seeing action in only 5 games as a rookie, Hill bounced back in 2008 and posted all 30 of his catches in the final 9 games of the season. He also served as a playmaker on special teams, ranking 2nd on the team with 17 tackles.

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by the 49ers due to the fact that he could make an impact both on and off the field. He has since donated his time and money to help underprivileged youth in the tough neighborhood he grew up in. “He’s seen a lot of his friends die,” said his mother, Laverne Videaux. “The environment was drug-infested.” At the same time, she said proudly, all six of her children have grown up educated and “very respectable.” Jason “did his schoolwork, he played sports, he was totally focused,” recalled an aunt, Barbara Lubinski. Jason has sponsored a dinner for the homeless and a park refurbishing at Hunters Point. This past Christmas, he arranged for his own holiday giving event. He created flyers and used word of mouth to spread the news that he would be giving away gifts at the Margaret Hayward Playground and the Tenderloin Police Department.

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at the 2007 NFL Combine.

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ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Special Teams Tackles - 21: 2007 (4), 2008 (17)

Receptions: 6 at Arz. (11/10/08) Receiving Yds.: 82 at Arz. (11/10/08)

Long Reception: 33 vs.Sea. (10/26/08)TDs: 1(2 times) Last vs.. Was.(12/28/08)

CAREER HIGHS

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RECEIVING RUSHING Date Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 0/0 - INACTIVE (SHOULDER) - - - - -Sep 20 Sea W 0/0 - INACTIVE (SHOULDER) - - - - -Sep 27 at Min L 0/0 - INACTIVE (SHOULDER) - - - - -Oct 4 StL W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 0/0 - - INACTIVE - - - - -Nov 1 at Ind L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 3/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0CAREER 54/27 112 1,380 12.3 53 9 6 76 12.7 28 0

81 BRANDON JONES

WIDE RECEIVER

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 212 Born: 10/6/82

College: Oklahoma

Exp: 5th Year (UFA in ‘09)

JONES GAME-BY-GAME An explosive wideout with big play ability, Brandon Jones was signed by the 49ers during the offseason after spending his 1st 4 years as a member of the Tennessee Titans. Jones posted career-highs in 2008 with 41 catches and 449 receiving yds. He was named the 2006 Ed Block Courage Award winner by his teammates for his commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and courage.

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the 28th round of the 2001 draft following his senior year in high school. He decided to accept a football scholarship at Oklahoma instead, but still played for the Sooner baseball team (centerfield) during his freshman and sophom*ore years.

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ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Punt Returning - 13-110: 2005 (5-75); 2007 (6-29); 2009 (2-6) Fumbles - Lost - 1-0: 1-0 in 2007

Receptions: 8 at Chi (11/9/08) Receiving Yds.:

101 at Buf. (12/24/06)

Long Receptions: 53 vs NE (12/31/06)TDs: 1 (9 times) last at Jac. (11/16/08)

CAREER HIGHS

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RECEIVING RUSHING Date Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/1 3 38 12.7 14 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 20 Sea W 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/1 4 47 11.8 25 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL W 1/1 2 39 19.5 24t 1 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/1 4 78 19.5 61 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 1/1 4 62 16.0 23 0 1 6 6.0 6 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/1 1 3 3.0 3 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 7/7 18 267 14.8 61 1 1 6 6.0 6 0CAREER 19/8 38 586 15.4 61 4 1 6 6.0 6 0

84 JOSH MORGAN

WIDE RECEIVER

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 219 Born: 6/20/85

College: Virginia Tech

Exp: 2nd Year (D-6 in ’08)

MORGAN GAME-BY-GAME Josh Morgan enjoyed an extremely productive rookie campaign in 2008. The sixth-round selection showcased his ability to make the big play as his 3 TD catches all went for over 30 yds.. Possesing a balanced combination of strength and speed, Morgan continues to display his big-playmaking abilities this season.

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rushing day in which Gore set two career-long rushes vs. Sea. (9/20).�� ���#�$���!�����������$��*#����������~'��������!�^#��������`*#����!�������

on 4th-and-1 that set up the 1st TD for the 49ers.�� �|!���#� ��{���>\����� �������������$`*#�������������| �^����������

the 4th quarter vs. StL (10/4). �� |���������!������ �������� ����{`*#�� ��!������� �����| �^������� ��� � � 1st qtr. vs. Atl. (10/11). Morgan’s catch helped RB Glen Coffee gain his 1st career TD on the following play.

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in college to writing poems. His writing courses were his most enjoyable at Virginia Tech. Josh wants to be a writer of some sort one day and he credits his parents as being the ones who instilled his love of writing as a way to keep him motivated and off the rough Washington D.C. streets where he grew up. ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

Special Teams Tackles - 7: 2008 (6); 2009 (2)

Receptions: 5 at NYG (10/19/08Receiving Yds.: 86 at NYG (10/19/08)Long Reception: 61 vs. Atl. ( 10/11/09)

TDs: 1 (4 times) Last vs. StL. (10/4/09)

CAREER HIGHS

Coming into his own

When you initially look at his statistics, WR Josh Morgan’s stat line doesn’t jump off the page at you. But, when you take a look at his size, strength and potential (6-1, 219 lbs), that is what offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye is excited about.

“For a big-bodied guy his size, for a big receiver, he has excellent explosion,” Raye said. “He’s an explosive guy and a great leaper. His cir-cumference range, because of his arms, is very good. He can get to some balls with extension that some guys can’t.”

Morgan is not only helping the offense in the receiving game, he is also blocking for the running game, both on the line and down field. On both of RB Frank Gore’s record-setting runs vs. Sea. (9/20), Morgan was there with a block down field that helped spring Gore.

Morgan registered his 1st TD reception of the season vs. St. Louis (10/4/09) on a 24-yd. strike from QB Shaun Hill in the 4th qtr.. Morgan leads all receivers and ranks 3rd on the team with 18 receptions for 267 yds. and one TD.

“He’s such a hard worker and a good kid — a good young man,” said QB Shaun Hill. “I can’t say enough good things about him. Usually, whenever a receiver has a good work ethic, a good attitude and all that talent, some-thing really good is going to happen for him.”

Morgan knows that it is going to take hard work and determination to be the receiver he knows he can be.

”I want everybody to say, ‘Josh Morgan is our best receiver,’” Morgan said. “I feel I can make a difference and be a big playmaker on this team, and that keeps me hungry. The sky’s the limit, and I’m not going to be satis-fied until I reach my potential.”

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RECEIVING RUSHING Date Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/1 5 40 8.0 19 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 20 Sea W 1/1 2 32 16.0 17 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/1 7 96 13.7 31 2 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL W 1/1 3 43 14.3 21 1 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/1 5 51 10.2 18 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 1/1 7 93 13.3 29t 3 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/1 3 20 6.7 10 1 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 7/7 32 375 11.7 31 7 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 47/45 135 1,507 11.2 57t 16 3 16 5.3 11 0

85 VERNON DAVIS

TIGHT END

Ht: 6-3 Wt: 250 Born: 1/31/84

College: Maryland

Exp: 4th Year (D-1A in ’06)

DAVIS GAME-BY-GAME As the season rolls on, Vernon Davis not only continues to showcase his athletic abilities through 49ers offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye schemes, but he is also doing it on a consistent basis. Davis has already set a new career-high with 7 TD receptions this season. He has also set single game highs this season in receiving yds. (96) and TDs (3). Davis has also tied his career-high with 7 receptions on two seperate occasions this season. He was named a team captain for the 2009 season for his hard work and dedication entering his 4th year in the NFL. One of the most versatile tight ends in the NFL, Davis provides tremendous size, strength and speed to the 49ers offense. A 49ers 1st-round pick in 2006, Davis was named a Pro Bowl alternate following the 2008 season after playing an instrumental role as both a receiver and blocker.

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of only 3 tight ends to lead their team in all three categories (TE Zach MIller, Oak.; TE Kellen Winlsow, TB ).

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�� }�#�� ���������#����#���!�����` �� ���� �����!�����������!�����` �� �of 96 yds. and 3 TDs at Hou. (10/25). Davis tied a career-high with seven receptions (7-96- at Minnesota – 9/27/09). Was on the recieving end of a 29-yd. strike from QB Alex Smith early in the 3rd qtr. that ingnited the 49ers offensive scoring in the 2nd half. Davis set a new career-high with three TD receptions in one game making him the 1st tight end in 49ers history to do so. The last time an NFL tight end recorded three TD receptions was by Atl. TE Alge Crumpler vs. Pittsburgh (10/22/06). Davis also joins New England WR Randy Moss as the only players to record three TD receptions in a single game this season.

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artistic talents together when he took part in the NFL Players Association and NFL Retired Players Association’s Smocks and Jocks event at Super Bowl XLI in South Florida. The annual event unites retired and active NFL players to auction off their own original artistic works for charity. Vernon entered a piece called “Kissing Him,” which was displayed and auctioned off prior to the Super Bowl. Vernon switched his original major in college, criminal justice, to art studio so he could pursue his passion of art.

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ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Fumbles- Lost 4-3: 1-1 in 2006; 1-1 in 2007; 2-1 in 2008

Receptions: 7 (3 times) Last at Hou. (10/25/09)Receiving Yds.:96 at Min. (09/27/09)

Long Receptions:57 vs. Phi. (10/12/08)

TD Receptions: 3 at Hou. (10/25/09)

CAREER HIGHS

2009 49ers TIGHT ENDS

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85 VERNON DAVIS

TIGHT END CONTINUED ...

career year

Now in his fourth season, TE Vernon Davis has come into his own as one of the premier tight ends in the NFL. Through the 1st seven games of the 2009 season, Davis has already eclipsed his career-high in TD receptions (7), and is on pace to set new career-highs in both receptions and receiving yds.. He is also on his way to setting the single-season franchise records for both receiving yds. (825 by TE Eric Johnson - 2004) and TDs (9 by TE Ted Kwalick - 1972 and TE Brent Jones - 1994)by a 49ers tight end.

In Week 7 at Hou., Davis had one of the best games of his young career. He led the team and tied a career-high with 7 receptions for 93 yds. and a career-high and franchise-record 3 TD receptions. Davis became the 1st tight end in 49ers history to register three TD receptions in a game. He also became the 1st tight end in the NFL to notch three TD receptions since Atl. TE Alge Crumpler had three TD receptions vs. Pittsburgh (10/22/06). Davis also tied Patriots WR Randy Moss as the only players in the NFL to have three TD receptions in a game this season.

On the season, Davis has registered 32 receptions for 375 yds. and

an NFL leading 7 TD receptions. Among NFL tight ends, Davis ranks 8th in receptions and 8th in receiving yds..

Although Davis is accomplishing numerous individual accomplish-ments, the most important goal for him is winning.

“It was a good feeling having three TDs, but it wasn’t as exciting as it could have been,” said Davis. “If we would have won, it would have been a lot more exciting. It’s a good thing that I am producing and putting up num-bers, but I’m more concerned about winning. I’m not really worried about all of the individual goals at the moment, I just want to win. That’s all i want to do. That’s the most important thing on my mind right now, helping my team win games. All of these individual accomplishments, they are just things that happening to me right now, but i know that I need to play at my best because that’s when I can help the team out the most.”

DAVIS 2009 PROJECTED TOTALS Rec. Yds. TD

Current 2009 Totals 32 375 7 Previous Season Highs 52 509 449ers Tight End Records 82 825 9Projected 2009 Totals 73 857 16

2009 NFL TD RECEPTIONS LEADERS Player TDs1. Vernon Davis, SF 72t. Five Players tied 6

2009 NFL SINGLE GAME TD RECEPTIONS LEADERS Player Opp. Date TDs

1t. Vernon Davis, SF at Hou. 10/25 3Randy Moss, NE vs. Ten. 10/19 3

3t. 29 occasions by 25 players 2

captain cruNch time

When head coach Mike Singletary named him a team captain for the 2009 season, TE Vernon Davis knew that he had to step up as a leader on the team.

“I know he told me last year that that’s something he wanted to strive to be,” said Singletary. “I felt that this year, just simply by what many of his teammates have said, comments the coaches have made about the maturity level that Vernon has shown and the professionalism and the work ethic and all of those things, I’m very excited about him.”

“This is a great honor given to me by coach,” Davis said. “Being named a team captain just encourages me to play better, excel even higher in the upcoming games. I look forward to leading by example and most impor-tantly, helping the team win [during] the 2009 season.”

Through the 1st seven games of the season, Davis has come up time and time again in big situations when the game is on the line. In Week 1 at Arizona, Davis registered 4 receptions for 35 yds. on the game-winning 15 play drive.

At Minnesota, QB Shaun Hill connected with Davis on a 20-yd., 4th qtr. TD strike that gave the 49ers a 24-20 lead with just over 8:00 to play.

In Week 7 at Hou., Davis was QB Alex Smith’s favorite target in the 2nd half, as the two hooked up for three TD passes, including 2 in the 4th qtr..

Davis has become one of the most sure-handed receivers in crunch time this season, ranking tied for 3rd in the NFL with 13 4th qtr. receptions and tied for 1st in the NFL with 3 4th qtr. TDs. He also ranks tied for 8th in the NFL with 170 receiving yds. in the 4th qtr..

“I thought Vernon was a big part of some of the success that we had in throwing the ball, and Shaun Hill and Alex Smith connecting with him,” said Singletary. “He has good hands. I saw him during the offseason catching balls in every situation, in every position.”

2009 NFL 4TH QTR. RECEIVING LEADERS Player Rec. Yds. TD 1. Steve Smith, NYG 16 204 1 2. Larry Fitzgerald, Arz. 14 130 0 3t. Vernon Davis 13 170 3 Antonio Gates, SD 13 192 1 Hakeem Nicks, NYG 13 235 2

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Date Opp KR Yds Avg Lg TD PR FC Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 20 Sea 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 27 at Min 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 11 Atl 4 81 20.3 25 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 4 81 20.3 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 21 426 20.3 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

46 DELANIE WALKER

TIGHT END

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 242 Born: 8/12/84

College: Central Missouri

Exp: 4th Year (D-6A in ’06)

(deh-LAY-nee)

A sixth-round selection by San Francisco in 2006, Delanie Walker provides the 49ers with an explosive receiving threat at the tight end position, posing several match-up problems for opposing defenses. He also provides big play opportunities in the 49ers pssing game. Walker has put his deceptive speed on display not only as a receiving tight end, but also as a kickoff returner.

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Chevy Impala, 1972 Buick Skylark and a 1989 Camaro IROC-Z28. He spends most of his time working on the Camaro. His love for cars came from when his childhood, watching other kids with nice cars he always wanted. “Growing up as a child, seeing other guys that were older than me that had the old cars, the classics, riding around. The guys that always had those cars were the ones that were most popular, they had the big houses. That was the thing that I always wanted to do, have the old nice cars.”

RECEIVING RUSHINGDate Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TDSep 13 at Arz W 1/0 1 17 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 20 Sea W 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Sep 27 at Min L 1/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 4 StL W 1/1 1 10 10.0 10 0 1 16 16.0 16 0Oct 11 Atl L 1/1 1 39 39.0 39 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Oct 25 at Hou L 1/0 1 2 2.0 2 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 1 at Ind L 1/1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0Nov 8 Ten Nov 12 Chi Nov 22 at GB Nov 29 Jax Dec 6 at Sea Dec 14 Arz Dec 20 at Phi Dec 27 Det Jan 3 at StL TOTALS 7/3 4 68 17.0 39 0 1 16 16.0 0 0CAREER 45/16 37 427 11.5 53 2 3 3 1.0 16 0

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Special Teams Tackles - 26: 2007 (2), 2008 (15), 2009 (13) Fumbles - Lost - 1-0: 1-0 in 2008 Onside Kick Recoveries - 2: 2007 (2) Career Kick Off Returns - 17- 345 yds., average (20.3), longest (35 yds)

Receptions: 6 vs. Min.(12/9/07)Receiving Yds.: 66 vs. Min. (12/9/07)Long Reception: 53 vs. Sea. (10/26/08)Long Rushing: 16 vs. StL. (10/4/09)

Kickoff Returns: 5 at Dal. (11/23/08)Kickoff Return Yds.: 112 at Dal. (11/23/08)Kickoff Return Long: 35 at Dal. (11/23/08)

CAREER HIGHS

WALKER GAME-BY-GAME

KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS

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Known for his power and versatility, David Baas has become a mainstay on the 49ers offensive line after being drafted in the 2nd round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

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season-high 246 yds..

64 DAVID BAAS

GUARD

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 330 Born: 9/28/81

College: Michigan

Exp: 5th Year (D-5 in ’05)

(BAHS)

GOLDMINE:� David is a huge karaoke fan. In college, he could often be seen belting

out pop, rock, country and even a little rhythm and blues. He tackled the national anthem twice in public settings and began working on a wide range of stylings that included such disparate efforts as Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up” to old R&B standards.

�� �\�]�#�!���������� ������#���� ��^����������������������� ����������^���^��labor took place in the parking lot of a bank near Tulsa, OK. In a dash to reach the hospital emergency room, David’s parents had to come up with an alternate plan. Their son was ready to be delivered with no time to spare. The Baas’ stopped in the bank parking lot and David’s father delivered him in the family Datsun.

GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 7/7; CAREER: 67/29

Eric Heitmann has been a mainstay on the 49ers offensive line since being drafted in the seventh round of the 2002 NFL Draft. Admired by his teammates for his leadership, Heitmann earned the Bobb McKittrick Award for the 3rd consecutive season in 2008, an honor which is given to the team’s top offensive lineman as voted upon by his peers. In 2007, Heitmann won the Ed Block Courage Award after returning from a broken leg suffered late in 2006 season. After lining up at both guard positions early in his career, Heitmann moved to center for the final 6 games of the 2005 season and has remained there since. He was the 1st 49ers rookie to start a game on the offensive line since 1987 when Harris Barton started at right tackle.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:�� �|�����#� ��{__� �!�����������]��|����~'��_��

�� �|�����#����!������]��|����~'��_����#� ����#�� ��������^ �����������`high 246 yds..

66 ERIC HEITMANN

CENTER

Ht: 6-3 Wt: 312 Born: 2/24/80

College: Stanford

Exp: 8th Year (D-7A in ’02)

(HITE-minn)

GOLDMINE:�� ����� ������������?��!������#����*����� ����������*�� ������� �������� ��

could play Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire” and “Piano Man.” At 11, he composed his 1st original piece while beginning to balance playing piano and football. In 2006, Eric visited Fantasy Studios in Berkeley to meet with renowned composer Gary Malkin. The day began with a tour of Fantasy Studios, including a stop in the recording studio where music and movie visuals come together on screen. As a “homework assignment,” Eric was given a video for a commercial that Malkin scored which was played at the Summer Olympics. Eric, in turn, composed a musical score that fit the athletes and emotions in the piece.

GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 7/7 ; CAREER: 110/105

2009 49ers OFFENSIVE LINE

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61 CHRIS PATRICK

TACKLE

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 315 Born: 9/22/84

College: Nebraska

Exp: 1st Year (FA in ’09)

GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 0/0; CAREER: 0/0

Recently signed off of Kansas City’s practice squad, Chris Patrick’s acquisitionprovides added depth to the 49ers offensive line. Patrick returns to the 49ers after being with team during the 2008 preseason. Patrick spent time with Detroit and Philadelphia’s practice squads before being acti-vated to the Eagles 53-man roster. A three-year letterman at Nebraska, Patrick originally signed as a free agent with the New York Giants in 2007.

GOLDMINE: ��?���*����#������^����������#������� ����*���#����� ^����������> ��

History Chanel.��<���#����������! ����� ��� �����*����#�*������]������?���*� ^��������#��� �����������]����^�`� ���������� ���>[�������^������������]����������! ���������������������������~}����

Tigers and Red Wings).

A second-round pick in 2008, Chilo Rachal worked his way into the 49ers starting lineup midway through his rookie season. Rachal showcased his power and mobility at the right guard position, starting the final six games of the season.

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helped spring RB Frank Gore on each of his record-setting 79- and 80-yd. TD runs. The offense finished with 246 yds. rushing on the day.

GOLDMINE:

62 CHILO RACHAL

GUARD

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 315 Born: 3/15/86

College: Southern California

Exp: 2nd Year (D-2 in ’08)��� �< ���� ������ ��������� ��� ��������� � �� ��}� \����� ��� �__��� ^�� �� �^����

discovered in his mother’s stomach prompted him to enter early so he could help with her medical costs.

��� ��#����#� ������� $'��� }���*������� ��#� ��#��� �� ���*� ������ � �����`����guard when he switches into his self-proclaimed “Beast Mode” on the football field.

��� ���#��{����}���������������\����~{{��"����!��������#����������$'���2008 draft class to make a start for 49ers behind WR Josh Morgan.

(CHEYE-low, RAY-shell)

GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 7/6; CAREER: 15/12

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A versatile and experienced offensive lineman, Barry Sims is in his 2nd season with the 49ers after spending his 1st nine NFL seasons as a member of the Oakland Raiders. Sims has added depth to the offensive line with his versatilty.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:�� Saw playing time at Ind. (11/1/09) in relief of an injured T Joe Staley .

65 BARRY SIMS

TACKLE

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 300 Born: 12/1/74

College: UTAH

Exp: 11th Year (FA in ’08)

GOLDMINE: ��� �����*�#�#���� �]������*����������!�������� ����}���������� ��� ��������

took determination, hard work and a bit of luck for him to beat the odds. Barry never seriously thought about going pro until after his junior season at the University of Utah. With the support of family and friends, he trained hard and had a productive senior year as he was selected to the Hula Bowl All Star game. Everything was looking promising for the ambitious lineman, but a couple days before the honorary game, Sims blew out his knee in practice. He ended up spending the next year in Salt Lake City rehabbing his injury. Once the rehabilitation concluded, Barry was eager to sign with a team. However, many teams were skeptical about whether his knee would hold up. As time was running out, an opportunity arose in NFL Europe, and Barry was selected in the 17th round of the 1999 NFLE Draft by the Scottish Claymores. He shined overseas and was signed as a free agent by the Raiders in July of 1999. After just four regular season games with the Raiders, he made his 1st NFL start, and has since gone on to make over 100 more. In 2004, Barry was inducted into the Scottish Claymores Football Hall of Fame.

GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 7/0; CAREER: 157/127

As the 2nd of two 3rd-round selections in 2005, Adam Snyder has shown immense versatility by making starts at every position along the line with the exception of center (21 at LT, 7 at LG, 11 at RT, and 4 at RG). Snyder opened the 2008 season starting 7 games at left guard before moving to the right tackle position, where he started 6 contests. He earned the starting role at right tackle during training camp this year.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� Started at right tackle vs. Sea. (9/20) and helped the team rush for a

season-high 246 yds..

68 ADAM SNYDER

GUARD/TACKLE

Ht: 6-6 Wt: 325 Born: 1/30/82

College: Oregon

Exp: 5th Year (D-3B in ’05)

GOLDMINE: ��� ��� �� �`��� "��`��^�#� ��!����� |�*#��� �#� ��� ����������� �*� �� ��

youngster. While growing up in Southern California, he enjoyed spending time inline skating with his friends. While in junior high, Adam and his friends began to skate for Play It Again Sports, a sporting goods store, who would support the skaters with wheels and accessories, making them locally sponsored performers. Adam’s greatest stunt on his wheels was a 13-stair rail.

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GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 7/7; CAREER: 67/45

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Joe Staley has been a mainstay on the 49ers offensive line since being chosen as the 2nd of San Francisco’s two 1st-round draft picks in 2007. As a rookie, he started all 16 contests at right tackle before making 16 starts at left tackle in 2008. A product of Central Michigan, Staley became the 1st player in school history to be drafted in the 1st round of the NFL Draft.

INJURY REPORT: ��� Sidelined with sprained knee ligaments at Ind. (11/1).

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season-high 246 yds..

�� �|^�����#����^�#�!���^������������~'�������#����#����������]�����*�����the 1st time in his career.

74 JOE STALEY

TACKLE

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 315 Born: 8/30/84

College: Central Michigan

Exp: 3rd Year (D-1B in ’07)

(STAY -lee)

GOLDMINE: ��� ����������� �� ������� ������ ���� ���� �� ^����� !���� ����� �� ����������

company looking to create a bobblehead of him for a hometown baseball promotion. The former Rockford High School and Central Michigan star was taken back by it. “It’s pretty crazy,” said Joe. “It’s kind of crazy to have something that has your likeness on it. It kind of freaked me out.” His bobblehead was given out to the 1st 1,000 fans at Fifth 3rd Ballpark when the West Michigan Whitecaps faced the Lansing Lugnuts. On the bobblehead, Joe is holding a helmet and is decked out in his high school uniform with No. 84 on his jersey. “I think they were going for my retro-Rockford days. In the current day, you would have to put 200 pounds on that doll,” said Joe, who was a relay runner and tight end in high school.

GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 7/7; CAREER: 39/39

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSTDs - 1: 2008 [FR in endzone vs. NYJ (12/7/08)]FUMBLE RECOVERIES - 3: 1 vs. NYJ (12/7/08), 1 vs. Sea. (9/20/09), 1 at Min. (9/27/09)

A fourth-round pick by the 49ers in 2008, Cody Wallace provides depth along the offensive line after serving as a reserve last season. Wallace was a three-year starter at center during his collegiate career at Texas A&M.

59 CODY WALLACE

CENTER

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 300 Born: 11/26/84

College: Texas A&M

Exp: 2nd Year (D-4 in ’08)

GOLDMINE:��� �������!!���������! ���� ������>�����¡����� �� �! �����<�#*���!��#�

up a contract with some of his friends stating that if he ever made it to the pros, he’d have to give them a stated amount of money and get them tickets to all of the games. “Six years later, I had forgotten about it,” said Cody. “One of my friends had hidden it behind this picture in my house, and so he came in and was looking behind this picture, I had no idea what he was doing. He then pulled the contract out. We had a real good laugh.”

GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 0/0; CAREER: 0/0

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A versatile and powerful offensive lineman, Tony Wragge has served as a valuable player for the 49ers over the past four seasons. Wragge has made starts at center and both guard positions during his career. Originally signed as a rookie free agent by Arizona in 2002, he joined the 49ers in 2005 to provide depth in the trenches.

69 TONY WRAGGE

GUARD

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 310 Born: 8/14/79

College: New Mexico State

Exp: 5th Year (FA in ’05)

(RAH - gee)

GOLDMINE:��� ���� of the strongest players on the team, Tony is one of three players that

works out with 200-pound dumbells (Moran Norris and Isaac Sopoaga are the others). He was a competitive weightlifter in high school, and owns the Nebraska state high school lifting records for the deadlift (580 lbs) and bench press (365 lbs).

��� �>��*� �������^*��]���� �����������������������__'�� ���������*������part in the NFL’s Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program at Harvard Business School, but he was one of 24 players to partcipate in the NFL’s Broadcast Boot Camp in June. In August of 2008, Tony completed his bachelor’s degree in individualized studies.

GAMES PLAYED/GAMES STARTED2009: 6/0; CAREER: 44/15

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96 KENTWAN BALMER

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 315 Born: 10/15/86

College: North Carolina

Exp: 2nd Year (D-1 in ’08)

(KEN-twonn)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME The 49ers first-round draft choice in 2008 (29th overall), Kentwan Balmer is an imposing presence on the defensive line who is able to control blockers at the line of scrimmage. Balmer gained valuable experience in the defensive line rotation in his first two years, seeing action in all 21 games, as he learned the ins and outs of the 3-4 scheme while honing his skills. His versatility allows him to play inside or outside along the defensive front.

GOLDMINE:��� �¢������������ ��������������������� �<���������^�������̂ ����$'���������

his father followed the team during the 1990s. He remembers watching � ��$'����������������#���������������������������� ����|^���������££�£�]�!���*��]���� ��|���\�����< ������� ��� �������*������#�

Date Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� {� {� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�_� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�_� {� _� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� �� _� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� �� _� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��!����� �����^� }� {�_� "� {� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� �� {� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _���]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/0 14 5 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 23/0 34 11 23 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: "�~$�������}��������^��~{_����_'�Solo: ��~��������}���]��|����~'��_�_'�Assists: ��~��������}��������^��~{_����_'�Passes Defensed: {�����^���~{{�"{�_��

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS Kickoff Returns: 6-50;��__��~�`$�����__'�~{`"�

2009 49ers defensive line

QB Pressures: 4QB Hits: 1

Tackles for Loss: 1ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

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93 DEMETRIC EVANS

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 275 Born: 9/3/79

College: Georgia

Exp: 8th Year (UFA in ’09)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME \������!�?]��� �� ��� �� ������������� � � ��$'�����������]��������!��������!�����^�������� ���� ���������#����#�����]�������#^������ �����]��^���]��*���������^�������������������� ���^���?]��� ������shown an ability to rush the passer. His most extensive action on the line occurred in 2008 when he started 11 games for the Redskins and posted a career-high 3.5 sacks.

INJURY REPORT:��� �|�#�����#���� �����<�������^�����#������#��~{{�{��

GOLDMINE:��� �\������!� ���������#]����������� ����}��������#�^����! ����

programs over the past several years. He attended the Harvard Business |! ����������������__����������#�*����� ���������^����|! ��������__���?]����^��� ����������������!�����#^������ ���__����������*������������������������*�#����� �������� �������\�<�

EVANS GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�_� {� {� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�_� {� _� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� {� _� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��!��{{� ���� }� {�_� �� _� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� �� _� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� {� _� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/0 8 1 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 103/23 215 122 93 13.0 71.0 0 0 12 3 1 0

Total Tackles:�{{�]�������~{{�"�_��Solo '�]�������~{{�"�_��Assists: $�~$�������}������¢<�~{���_$� Sacks: ����]�������~{{�"�_��

Passes Defensed: ���������~{��{��_��Forced Fumbles: {�~"�������}���]��� ���~{{�{{�_��Fumble Recoveries: {����>��~{{�{"�_��

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 7:��__{�~�����__��~{�Kickoff Returns - 3-7: �__{�~{`�����__��~{`_����__��~{`_�

CAREER HIGHS

QB Pressures: 4QB Hits: 2

Tackles for Loss: 0.5

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

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92 AUBRAYO FRANKLIN

NOSE TACKLE

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 317 Born: 8/27/80

College: Tennessee

Exp: 7th Year (UFA in ’07)

(ah-BRAY-uh)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME �^��*�� ��������� �� ���*�#� ��� ����^������� ����� �� �� ������� ��� � ��49ers defensive line since being signed as an unrestricted free agent �������������������__��������������������� ���^����^��*�������#�{$����������� ��$'�������__����#�������#�!�����` �� ���������!������#���������� �����*�#������ ����� � �� ����� ��� � ��$'��� ��#���� � �����������������^��"���*��#�����!���*������������������� ����}�

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �}��#�����$'����#�����]���������������!����~$"����#�>�}�~$�������� ������#� ��#��������$_�*#���^ �������{��!������~��$�*�!����������~'�{"����� �}�����#�|�������������*#���^ ��������"�!������~��'�*�!���]��|����~'��_���

registering 4 tackles, 1.5 for loss.��� �|�!��#������������]���������'`*#��������� ��"�#���������������~'�������� <�����^��#������#�����]��������� ��� ��#��������������#��������������� � ������*#���^ �������{��!��������������~'�������� ��������#� ��#����|��]�����!��������'�*#���^ ��������"�!������������"�$�

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GOLDMINE:��� ��^��*���������#����>��������� ���� ����]������� �������!^���]���#�

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FRANKLIN GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� "� {� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�{� $� {� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�{� �� "� �� {�_� '�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�{� �� $� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��!��{{� ���� }� {�{� {_� �� $� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� �� �� $� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� $� $� {�_� ��_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/7 43 21 22 2.0 14.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 73/36 246 125 121 4.0 21.0 0 0 5 3 0 0

Total Tackles: {_�]�������~{_�{{�_'�Solo: ��~��������}���]�������~{_�{{�_'�Assists: $�~��������}��������#��~{{�{�_'�

Sacks: {�_�~$�������}��������#��~{{�{�_'�Passes Defensed: {�~��������}������|�}�~{���{�_��Forced Fumbles:{�~"�������}���]������~{�����_��

CAREER HIGHS

QB Pressures: 8QB Hits: 4

Tackles For Loss: 4.5ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

OPPONENT YARDS PER CARRY AVERAGE FROM 2007-2009 Team Att. Yds. Avg.� {�� ���������� '��� "�{�"� "��� ��� ��������� '""� "�{�"� "�$� "�� ����^�� � �'{� "����� "��� $�� � ���#��� ��� {�_�_� "��"{� "��� � 5. San Francisco 1,139 4,199 3.7

2009 OPPONENT YARDS PER CARRY AVERAGE Team Att. Yds. Avg. 1. San Francisco 183 594 3.2 2. \��]��� {�'� �_"� "�$ "�� ��������*� {''� �'�� "�� $�� ���������� {��� �{"� "��� ��� ��������*� {�_� �$�� "��

� �>�Aubrayo Franklin signed with the 49ers as a unrestricted free agent ����__����#���!�� ������]����� ��$'����^��#������ �������#����� ��������]������ ����}�����]������*��#�����!���*��> ��$'��� �]����!�#�� �����������^ ������� ����<��|���}�^�����Steven Jackson���#�������������Adrian Peterson����#� ��#���! ��!��������� ���'_�*��#��^ ����������������� ��force up front on the defensive line that has limited opponents to a league leading 3.2 yards per carry.

stuffing the run

2009 OPPONENT RUSHING YARDS PER GAME Team Att. Yds. Avg.� {�� ����^�� � {$_� �"�� ���� 2. San Francisco 183 594 84.9� "�� \��]��� {�'� �_"� ���{� $�� ���������� {��� �{"� ���� � ��� <��!������� {�_� �{�� ���_

� ��������� �� ��]�#� �� �� !�^!���� !��� ��� �� $'��� �^�� #������ � ��� �������#��!��#����� ����}�

2009 NFL SACKS - NOSE TACKLES

1. Aubrayo Franklin, SF 2.0� ��� ������*�#�������� {�_� "�� <��*��������������� {�_� $�� ������������������� _��

� �>�Aubrayo Franklin has been a force against the run this season and has shown the ability to rush the passer, leading the league in sacks among nose tackles.

quite frankly

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Date Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `|����_� |��� �� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `|������ ������� }� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `�!��$� |�}� �� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `�!��{{� ���� }� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `�!����� �����^� }� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `��]�{� �����#� }� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0

95 RICKY JEAN FRANCOIS

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Ht: 6-3 Wt: 295 Born:11/23/86

College: Louisiana State

Exp: Rookie (D-7B in ’09)

(gene-fran-SWAH)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME��!�*����������!�������]��������#����#���������������`^������� �� ��tackle and end positions who adds depth on the defensive line.

GOLDMINE:��� ���!�*������������� ����^�������� �� �! ������#�!������#����� �����!��

��#�����#������#^����� ����������}|�������� ����!������*� �������#� ���� ����!������� �> ���������� ��� �������� ���*���� ��������� ����^�#���competing in track and field in shot put, discus and javelin.

JEAN FRANCOIS GAME-BY-GAME

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91 RAY MCDONALD

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Ht: 6-3 Wt: 290 Born: 9/2/84

College: Florida

Exp: 3rd Year (D-3B in ’07)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME ���� ��#`��^�#���!������__�����*��!\����#����������]���!���������__�������*�������{�������~'��������¢��������� �������!����#��^�!��������� ���������!\����#� �������#*������!�����` �� ���� �"�_��!�������__'�

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� ��|�!��#� ��� ¢^��� ������� ��� ���� ~'�{"�� ��� �� ����� ����� �!�� ������

undergoing offseason knee surgery.��� ����������#��!������!�`��`�!������������ ��������������� ��!������

�������!������������������!��]��|����~'��_����� ����!��#���$$`*#�����*�¢��*���}��������� ���������^���#�*�<��Nate

Clements��'�*#��������>\����� ����#����� ���!��#��^��������������~'������putting the 49ers ahead 14-13 going into the half. It marked his 2nd !��������!��#����

��� �<�����^��#������#�����]��������� ��� ��#��������������#��������������������*#���^ �������{��!��������������~'�����

��� ���!��#�#� �������!�������^�������^���������>\������������!�#��^����*�}��Manny Lawson ���� ����^�� ��^������]��|�}�~{_�$������� ����#� ��#����|��]�����!��������'�*#���^ ��������"�!������������"�$��]��

��� �|�!��#������*�������������������`*#��������� ��"�#�����������#��~{{�{��

GOLDMINE:��� ����*� !���� ����� ��� �� ����!� �����*� �� �� ��� ���� ��*� |���� ���*�#� ��#��

��!��]�������� �������#������������ ����#`�_���#��������^��#����� ��!�]������|��������^�����#�~��]��{{��{'����������!��! ������ �!���������{$`{_�]�!���*�����^^������{'������*������#��� ������*�#��^�������!�������� ^���<���������#� ��^�!��������!������!������<��

MCDONALD GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� "� �� {� {�_� ��_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�_� "� �� {� {�_� ��_� _� _� _� _� _� _�|������ ������� }� {�_� �� �� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��!��$� |�}� �� {�_� "� {� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� {� {{��!��{{� ���� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� {� {� _� {�_� ��_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/0 15 8 7 3.0 19.0 0 0 0 0 1 11tCAREER 31/9 84 40 44 5.0 30.0 0 0 4 0 1 11t

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSTouchdowns - 1: ��__'�¤{{`*#��������^���]�|�}��{_�$�_'¥Blocked Field Goals - 2: 1 - �__��~]��� ����{_�{��_��¦�{�`��__'�~���������'����_'�

Total Tackles: ��~��������}������|����~'�{$�_��Solo: $����|����~'�{$�_��Assists:�$�]������~'���_��Sacks: {�_�~��������}��������#��~{{�{�_'�

Passes Defensed: {�~$�������}�������^���~{{�"{�_��Fumble Roveries: {�]��|�}�~{_�$�_'�

CAREER HIGHS

QB Pressures: 21QB Hits: 10

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

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Date Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� $� �� �� {�_� {��_� _� _� _� {� _� _�|����_� |��� �� {�{� "� {� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�|������ ������� }� {�{� �� "� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�{� �� �� $� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�{� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� {_� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� "� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/7 39 21 18 1.0 18.0 0 0 1 1 0 0CAREER 134/130 770 487 283 51.5 368.5 3 28 26 8 5 0

94 JUSTIN SMITH

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 285 Born: 9/30/79

College: Missouri

Exp: 9th Year (UFA in ’08)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME�� ��������� ��#� ������]�� #�����]�� ��������� �^���� |��� � ��#�� ���immediate impact on the 49ers defense in his first season with the team ����__������������������#� ���� ���������������� �����#����������#����� ��#���������������^���~������#�����������#�����!��~��_���|��� �currently has an active streak of 130 consecutive starts, which is by far � ��������������������*�!^��������}�#�����]����������~\�������\�!����������#���� ������

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� ���}��#���������������^���~"�����#��������~������� ���>�����#����!���{�����{"�������^�����#�'� ���������¢^�������������

����~'�{"���> ���!����#����!�#��^����!�����������������#��������� ��victory.

��� �<�����^��#������#�����]��������� ��� ��#��������������#���������������������*#���^ �������{��!��������������~'�����

��� ������#� ��#����|��]�����!��������'�*#���^ ��������"�!������������"�$��]���]��|�}�~{_�$��

��� ������#����|��]��|������������*#���^ ��������{��!������~"����]���������^��~{_����������������� �������` �� �{_���!����~���������#�{��\�

��� }�����#�������� ��##���������*#���^ ��������_�!������~"�{��]��������� � ��#��~{{�{��

GOLDMINE:��� �^�������������� � �������^� �������� ����������� ��� � ����}� ��� � ��

�__������������ ��� � ��$'�����^� �� ��� ��� ������]����� � �*������� �*� �#��������� ����#������������� ��<���������������*�����^������ �������������!���*�������#������^����� �� ��� ����!������ ���! � ������^���� #�!^�#� � �� $'��� #�����]�� � ����� *� ��� #��� � ��� � � ��������!��! ����#�������� ����������� ���!������ ��^����� � ��!��*�� ���#�#������������������ ����������� ��#�!������� ��!��!����#� ���^�^���]������� ������!��]�� �������#�����#���� �|�������!�!������ �^� ��^���������������*����|�������!�!�������]�����*�������!����� �����������]���^���*����^������ ���������� �������#�������*�������������������*���]��������^������>������#����������! ��> ���� ����������^������ ����������! ��*�^�^�]�]����

SMITH GAME-BY-GAME

Total Tackles: {"�~��������}���]�������~{_��'�_��Solo: '�~��������}���]�������~{_����_��Assists: ��~��������}���]�������~{��"{�_��Sacks: "�_�~��������}������¢<��~'�{_�_��

Interceptions: {�~"�������}���]��\����~'��{�_��Passes Defensed: "����\����~{_����_{� Forced Fumbles: {�~��������}���]������~'�{"�_'�Fumble Recoveries: {�~��������}������<����~{{����_��

CAREER HIGHS

QB Pressures: 38QB Hits:���

Tackles For Loss: 4 ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

� |��� ����#������!��]��#�����]������������� �{"_�!���!^��]���������#�� ��������#������*� ���� *���#����*������� ���'�����!�������� ������#^����� ��!��������|��� ����� ������������� ���!���������#����������}�#�-fensive linemen in total tackles since 2001.

NFL DEFENSIVE LINEMEN TOTAL TACKLE LEADERS SINCE 2001 Player Tackles

1. Justin Smith, SF 582 � ��� ����������������� ��"� "�� �����>�*��������� �_�

� \>�Justin Smith is in his 2nd season with the 49ers and his 9th season ���� ����}��|��� � �������#�� �����^����������������`�������� ���������� �����]��������|��!�� ������]������|�������!�!��� �� ������^�����#����a number of different positions, including right defensive end, left defensive end and either outside linebacker positions. He has a nose for the ball no matter where he lines up.� }���������|��� ��������#�� ���������������� �����#�����������]������� ��$'����[����]���#�^����*�� ��!��! ���|��� ���#�� ���������� �����^������!�����^������������������ �{_$���!�������_��!���{�����{���>���#�$��\�� ����#������������� �������������#�����?�����#��������� ��#�!��! ����������! �!�����|��� ��������^�!���������������������#�����������!���� ��#������ ������������������ ��������*�^����� ����������� �����*���#�� ����� ��� ����������������������!�������� �����*��^�� ���^������ ���������������hustles to the ball, makes plays off the backside and makes plays on the �!��#���#�� ��#�����������������^�������!����#�!���������������!��������

The CowBOY

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94 JUSTIN SMITH

DEFENSIVE TACKLE CONTINUED ...

run stopper� |��!�����#�<��! ������|��������*�������]����� ��#�!��! ����{_��_�_���\>�Justin Smith has played a large role in helping the 49ers rank in the top five in opponents rushing yards per game.

OPPONENTS RUSHING YARDS PER GAME - SINCE 10/20/08 Team Att. Yds. Avg.� {��� ����^�� � "��� {�$_�� ����� ��� ��������� "��� {�$'"� ���� 3. Baltimore 399 1,512 88.9 4. San Francisco 414 1,446 90.4 ��� <��!������� $_�� {�$�{� '{�'

SACKS, NFL DEFENSIVE TACKLES 2008-PRESENT

� {�� ¢�]����������������� {"��� ��� ��������*������ ������>���� {{��� "�� ��*����������\���� '��� $�� �����������>���� '� ��� >��]�����*!�������� ��� 6. Justin Smith, SF 8

� |��!����������� ��$'�������__���$'���DT Justin Smith ranks fourth in � ����<���#���� ����� ����}�����!��������#�����]����!�����

INTERIOR PRESENCE

|��� ����������!������ ��#�����]������������ ��$'������������*������������ ���^������!�� �����#�#�]�#��#������ ��$'������ �� ������������������`����!��#�� ��� �������������!���|��� � ����!��������!��#����"{`{'�

RECORD WHEN SMITH RECORDS A SACK Career Record:�� "{`{'�~���_����������!��� Record With 49ers:� �`��~���_����������!���

sack it to ‘em

49ers \> Justin Smith ranks first among the top players at their posi-tion for consecutive games played and started.

CONSECUTIVE GAMES - DEFENSIVE LINEMEN(active players)

CONSECUTIVE STARTS PLAYER GS 1. Justin Smith, SF 130� ��� \�������\�!���������� ��� "�� ¢�]����������������� �'� $� �����������������^�� ��� ��� ������������������� ��

CONSECUTIVE PLAYED PLAYER GP 1. Justin Smith, SF 134� ��� ������������<��� {{�� "�� ����^��\�^��������� {_$� $�� >��]��¢��! ������>� '$� ��� \�������\�!���������� ��

DURABLE DEFENDER

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90 ISAAC SOPOAGA

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 330 Born: 9/4/81

College: Hawaii

Exp: 6th Year (D-4A in ’04)

(SOW-poh-AH-guh)

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2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �������#� ��#�������� ���$_�*#�� �^ �������{��!������ ~��$�*�!����������

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of his conditioning routine was to strengthen his arms by lifting bags filled with coconuts and logs. The leg workout was also geographically �����#��|��#����!�����]��*�^��]���������"��`��^�#��^*�!������!�!��^��������

SOPOAGA GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� $� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�{� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�{� �� "� $� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��!��$� |�}� �� {�{� "� _� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�{� $� {� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� $� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� $� �� {�_� ��_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/7 31 14 17 1.0 8.0 0 0 1 0 0 0CAREER 70/30 211 117 94 5.0 32.5 0 0 6 2 1 0

Total Tackles: ��]�����~{���$�_��Solo: ��~$�������}���]������~{���$�_��Assists:�$���������~'����_'� Sacks: {�_ ~$�������}��������#��~{{�{�_'��

Passes Defensed: {�~��������}����������~'�{"�_'� Forced Fumbles:{�~��������}���]��|\�~{{����_��Fumble Recoveries: {�]��|�}�~'�{��_��

CAREER HIGHS

QB Pressures: �QB Hits: 4

Tackles for Loss: 0.5

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

� \>�Isaac Sopoaga has been a starter on the 49ers defensive line since 2008, serving as a crucial cog in a 49ers run defense that is ranked second ���� ����}�

nowhere to run

run stopper� |��!�����#�<��! ������|��������*�������]����� ��#�!��! ����{_��_�_���\>�Isaac Sopoaga has played a large role in helping the 49ers rank in the top five in opponents rushing yards per game.

OPPONENTS RUSHING YARDS PER GAME - SINCE 10/20/08 Team Att. Yds. Avg.� {��� ����^�� � "��� {�$_�� ����� ��� ��������� "��� {�$'"� ���� 3. Baltimore 399 1,512 88.9 4. San Francisco 414 1,446 90.4 ��� <��!������� $_�� {�$�{� '{�'

2009 OPPONENT RUSHING YARDS PER GAMETeam Att. Yds. Avg.

� {�� ����^�� � {$_� �"�� ����2. San Francisco 183 594 84.9

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2009 49ers linebackers

50 DIYRAL BRIGGS

(DIE-rell)

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 230 Born: 10/31/85

College: Bowling Green

Exp: 1st Year (RFA-’09)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME|����#������������������������^������������������������������������#������ � �� ���!��!�� �^�#� ��� {_����_'�� ��� ����� �##� #��� � ��� �^��#��linebacker while contributing on special teams.

COLLEGE:��� ��� ���`��������`��<����!����� ~�__�`_�����#���<����*������ � �������

~�__�������*�#����$�������~�����������#����� �#� ��!��������� ���{���!�����"��>�}������!���������$��\���#�{���������__�����#�� ����<�����!��~'������#���!��#�#��_���!�����{"���>�}��{��\��{������#�{���������__�����������#��$���!����~{����������_�>�}����_��!����#����\��

PERSONAL��� ������`��������`����^��! ��!������*�#������������� *�~�����|��� ���� ��

������#�{��!�������!�����#��������#�{��>\�������������� ��������!�������������������#��������������]��������{��������������� ��������������?����#���#������ �������������������������{_�"{���� �������Healthy, OH.

BRIGGS GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� `� ����<>�<?�|���\� � `� `� `� `� `� `�|����_� |��� �� `� ����<>�<?�|���\� � `� `� `� `� `� `�|������ ������� }� `� ����<>�<?�|���\� � `� `� `� `� `� `��!��$� |�}� �� `� ����<>�<?�|���\� � `� `� `� `� `� `��!��{{� ���� }� `� ����<>�<?�|���\� � `� `� `� `� `� `��!����� �����^� }� `� ����<>�<?�|���\� � `� `� `� `� `� `���]�{� �����#� }� `� ����<>�[?� `� `� `� `� `� `� `� `��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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55 AHMAD BROOKS

(uh-MAHD)

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-3 Wt: 259 Born: 3/14/84

College: Virginia

Exp: 4th Year (W in ’08-Cin)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME �� ]�������� ��#� �������#� �����!����� � ��#� ������ ������ �� �!��#�season with the 49ers after being signed off of waivers in 2008 from � �� <��!������� �������� ������ ���]�#�� #��� � ��� � �� �����!����� !����while contributing on special teams. Originally selected by the Bengals in � ��"�#���^�#����� ���__����}�|^�����������\����������������#�����*� ��!��#� �����������������������#�����#�^����<��!����������������middle linebacker for 5 contests.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� ���#�� ��$'���#�^����������~'������� �����^���#����������������^�*��

�����������"���!�������!�^#����{�>�}������*��#��������]����*��� ���!*�Harvin ���� ��������^������

��� �|�!��#���������|! �^�������'`*��#�������� ����^�� ��^�����������^��~{_�����

GOLDMINE:��� �� ��#������������������ ����}����������̂ ��� �����! �#� ����� ��������*�

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BROOKS GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� `� ����<>�[?�~¢�??�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `|����_� |��� �� `� ����<>�[?�~¢�??�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `|������ ������� }� {�_� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� �� {� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� {� {� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� �� �� _� {�_� '�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 4/0 8 6 2 1.0 9.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 17/7 62 41 21 3.0 22.0 0 0 2 1 0 0

Total Tackles: {$����>��~{_�{��_��Solo: {_����>��~{_�{��_��Assists: $�~��������}���]��<����~{_����_��

Sacks: {�_�~"�������}��������^��~{_����_'�Passes Defensed: {�~��������}���]��<����~{_����_���Forced Fumbles: {�]�������~'�{_�_��

CAREER HIGHS

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 3: 2009 (3)

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICSQB Pressures: 3Tackles For Loss: 2

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98 PARYS HARALSON

(PARIS)

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 255 Born: 1/24/84

College: Tennessee

Exp: 4th Year (D-5 in ’06)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME ���*��������� �#��������^������� ����__��� ���#���� � �� �������� ��� !�����` �� � ��_� �!��� �� ������ � ��� ���#� ���� ��#� ���� ������ ��<�linebackers and marked the most by a 49ers linebacker in a single �������!��¢�]������������!��#�#�{_������{''��

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �|�!��#����¢^�������������� ��{��������������~'�{"���������`*#������}�����

���^��#�������������� ���������������!����������<��Nate Clements in � ��"�#�����

��� �>�����#���!�����` �� �����!������#����#���!�����` �� ���� ����\���������~'�����

GOLDMINE:��� ����*��#��������������� �!�����������#����� ���������{$��� ������������^��

�����������|�� ��^�!�����#�����#���������]�� ����������*������#^!�������� ����� ��� � �� ����� ����#�� ��� �����#� ��� � �� ^�!��� ��� |^�� ����� �������#� |!���� ^����� �� ��� {�� *���� ��#�� ������ � ���� �� �����#� ��� ������#��� ���� �^��*��#�� ���*� �*� �� �����*� ����#� ������� � �� �^�`!������ ��^�#������ �� �������������������}����*�������^� �#���� �]���� ��#�������� �!��!�^������������` �^�� ������� �� �����������^���|����������#�#����������������^���*�����#���������#���������!�^�������#�#�������������� ����������#��� �*��������������������]�������������> ����������^� �����*�� ������#�� ����#�����!������� �^��hard work and perseverance.

HARALSON GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� $� "� {� {�_� ��_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�{� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�{� �� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� �� _� _� _��!��$� |�}� �� {�{� "� "� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�{� $� "� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� �� {� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� {� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/7 25 15 10 1.0 6.0 0 0 2 0 0 0CAREER 46/28 139 87 52 11.5 66.0 0 0 4 0 1 0

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 24:��__��~{{����__��~�����__'�~��

Total Tackles: ����������~'����_'� Solo: $�~"�������}���]������~{����_��Assists: ����������~'����_'�Sacks: ��_�]������~'���_��

Passes Defensed: ����������~'����_'�Fumble Recoveries:{�]��|�}�~{{�{��_��

CAREER HIGHS

QB Pressures: ��QB Hits:�{��

Caused INTs: 1Tackles For Loss: 2

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

SACKS, NFC LINEBACKERS 2008-PRESENT

� {�� \����!^�������\���� ���_� ��� ������¢����������� {��_§ 3t. Parys Haralson, SF 9.0� � ���#���������\���� '�_� ��� �^��������������|����\���� ���

*(Converted to Linebacker in 2009)

� ������� ��$� �*�������� ����}���������� �� ������������*������������ ���^������!������������`"�#����� ����<���� �'�_��!����!���__��

PARYS PROVIDES PRESSURE

� ��������!^������*�������`�� ��������! ��� ����*������!��*�������-backer.

SACKS BY A LINEBACKER, 49ERS

� {�� >���������~{''{`{''��� ���_� ��� �^�������������~�___`�__��� �{�� 3. Keena Turner (1980-1990) 19.5� $�� ����#���������~�__�`�__��� {��_� ��� ��!��*���!����~{''$`{''��� {" 6t. Parys Haralson (2005-2009) 11.5� � < ������������~{'''`�__��� {{��� ��� ¢�]����������~{''��� {_

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99 MANNY LAWSON

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 240 Born: 7/3/84

College: North Carolina State

Exp: 4th Year (D-1B in ’06)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME �����*�}����� �����*�#�����*���������#����������� ��$'�����!�������#�����#����� ���������^�#����� ���__����}�\���������������#�!�����` �� ����"��!����������#�����!��#���!������__�������� �]����������������__��!��������!^�� ����*�������`��#������������^�*����#��*�!���#���#�������� � �� �������� ����� ����]������*�������� �<��������|������}�����made the switch from college defensive end to outside linebacker in his �������}�������

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� ����^��#� ��� ¢^��� ������� ����� � ������� ��� �����!������� ��� <�� Nate

Clements����� ����#�������������~'�{"����� >�����#���!�����` �� �{{���!������������~'�������� ���������#�������!������ ���������#����������!�#����^����� �����^���#�

�������^! #����*�\>�Ray McDonald ���� ��$� ������]��|�}�~{_�$����� ����!�#����^����� ��������!�]���#�*�| Michael Lewis ���� ����#������

]������� ~{_�{{������������ ������� ����� �����!�#����^���� ����!�`��`back games in his career.

��� �|�!��#���������|! �^�������'`*#��������� ����#�����������^��~{_�����

GOLDMINE:��� �� ���� ��$'���#�����#�����*��� �*���!��]�#������*���� ���������*� �#�

ideal physical attributes, but one who also possessed an impressive �������!���!��*������*��� ��� ��� ������ ��� � ���������!����#�� ���mother was a residential nurse, was taught the values of discipline at an ����*�������!�#���!�����*�!�����������#��� ����!�������^�������^�����*� ������������¨�������������!���*� ��� �������������� ������#�������*������#�� ������*� ��������#�����������*����#^���#���� ���#�����������#^��������������������������� �<��������|���������� ��������������!������$"��^������_����� �����#����!������� �! ����#������ �� �� ���of his draft class.

��� �����*� �� �� ��]�� ��#� ������ ���� ��! ���!�^����> �� � ���� !��!���� ���designing a home that somebody enjoys and wants to live in is intriguing ��� ������� ����� ��� ��!������#�����*�������������� ������#���!�� ���#�������*���������*�������������#����� ������ �^��

LAWSON GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� �� {� $� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�{� �� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�{� {{� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�{� �� "� �� _��� {�_� _� _� _� {� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�{� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� {� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� �� $� {� {�_� '�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� $� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/7 43 28 15 1.5 10.0 0 0 0 2 0 0CAREER 39/30 177 114 63 7.0 34.0 1 0 7 4 3 2

Total Tackles: {{���������~'����_'�Solo: '�]��|����~{_����_��Assists:���~��������}�����������~'����_'� Sacks: ��_����|�}�~'�{��_��

Passes Defensed: {�~��������}���]������~{�����_�� Interceptions: {����|�}�~{{����_��Forced Fumbles: {�~"�������}���]�������~{{�{_�_'�Fumble Recoveries: {�~"����������\�����~{{��"�_��

CAREER HIGHS

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 7:��__��~�����__'�~{�Blocked Punts - 2: �__���¤]�������~{_���¥���__��¤���|����~'�{$�¥Blocked Field Goals - 1: �__��¤"�`*#��������������������~{_�{'�¥

QB Pressures: 13QB Hits: 9

Caused INTs: 1 Tackles For Loss: 2

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

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56 SCOTT MCKILLOP

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 244 Born: 3/4/86

College: Pittsburgh

Exp: Rookie (D-5A in ’09)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME|!���� �!¢������ ���]�#�� �� � *�!��� ���#�� �����!�� ��� � �� �����!����position and has the ability to play at either inside linebacker spot. He adds depth to a talented group of linebackers, as well as on special teams for the team this season, leading the team with 19 special teams tackles to go along with a touchdown on special teams.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �����#�"���!�����������!������� ��{����}�������������~'�{"����� �>�����#���!�����` �� �����!�����������!����]��|����~'��_����� �}�#�� ���������� �$���!�����������!������������~'�������� ���!�]���#��^����������^���#��^���*�<���^��!*��^��������� ����#����

���� ��{��!��������^! #�������� ���!��#��^������]��|�}�~{_�$����� ���#�� ��#�^�����#������������������"���!���������^��~{_�������� ���������#�"���!�����������!���������#��~{{�{��

GOLDMINE: ��� �|!���� ����� � �����*��!¢������� �� ��^!!��#�#� ��� � �� ����#����������

��� ��� ���� < ��� ���*�#� �������� ��� � |!���� ��� ����^�� �� ������� ^�� ������������ ����� ������#�����]����#��|!������� ������ ���������������� ��]*���� ������������� �� �! ������ �! �|!���������!�����#�����������

MCKILLOP GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/0 3 2 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 7/0 3 2 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles - 19: 2009 (19)Touchdowns - 1���__'�¤��������#����������^���#��^���]��|�}�~{_�$�_'�¥

IMMEDIATE IMPACT

� }�� Scott McKillop ���� �#� ��� �^���#���� !������ ��� � �� ���]����*� �������^�� �����������#�� ���__������?���\�����]�����*������� ���������#�has carried his success to the professional level, making his mark on special ���������� ��$'���� ���������!¢������ ���#�� ���������� �{$���!����teams tackles, including a touchdown coming off a fumble recovery of a �^���#��^���]��|�}��~{_�$���|��!���������!���#����������?]����� ������]��*������#���� �� ������ ����!¢������ ��#����� ^������ �|!���� ��#���������#�����������^������������������{�� �����]��*�instinctive player. He has a very good feel for the game. He showed that in college and he showed that here in the preseason that he has a good feel ���� ���������*�� ��������> ������ ����� ��� ����#�|!���������������^�#�¤}�¥����������! ������������ ����������������������� �������������{_`*�����^*���#� ������������������� ����©��*��� ������������������^���*����������������^����|������ ������������*��!!�������#�¤�!¢������¥������ ���#�����]����������������!��#�������� ����

Total Tackles: "������^��~{_����_'�Solo: �������^��~{_����_'�

Assists: {������^��~{_����_'�CAREER HIGHS

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51 TAKEO SPIKES

(tuh-KEE-oh)

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 242 Born: 12/17/76

College: Auburn

Exp: 12th Year (UFA in ’08)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME�>�����|��������]�#��� ��$'������ ������]������#�����#����*��������������!�����|����������#�� ��$'�������^�^���__�������������#�� ��������������������������#������������������� ��������� �! �����]���to the 49ers most courageous and inspirational defensive player.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �>�����#�{_���!����~���������������~'�������� ����\���� ���������#�{���!������ �������~���¢*�����������������{_`*#������ ����

��!��#����{{���!����]��|�}�~{_�$��

GOLDMINE:��� �>�����������������#�*���}�!�������������������#��������!���^�!�����

��� � � ����}���� ��� � �� ����`�]�����}����*����#]���*�<�^�!��� ����__���|���������^���|�\���]���\���^��[���������>��*���! ��#������#������������> �� ����#�����`������|�>��*�[��!����!�����#�� ����`����committee that was established to help regularly advise commissioner ���#���� ��� �� ��#�� ������ ��� �^�� � ��� ����!�� ��}� ���*���� �> �� �� ��������#�^� �������#��������������������������^�*���������������������#�to being a link between the players and the league, the players and ������������

��� ���� ������� ����#� ��� �>������ ������ �������� ������ ��������>������������ ����]�#������{'�$`�����> �*�#�#�����������������^�� ����^��� �*����������������������! ��>����������©������������������������������^��� ����� �������#�� ��#�����

��� �}�^�! �#��{���*����!����� ��������?�����������}��<�����?���������__"����� �>�������#�?����������^���������������#� �]�����������*�members to cancer. The foundation is dedicated to supporting families ��� ! ��#����#������#���� �!��!�����#�������#�#���#���*����]�#���������!����������^������#�� *�!������^�!���>���������������^���{���*����!����#�� ����^�!�������]�������������������>����|�����{�!���

SPIKES GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� {� _� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�{� �� $� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�{� {_� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�{� {{� $� �� {�_� {_�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�{� �� $� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� �� {� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� �� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/7 45 23 22 1.0 10.0 0 0 1 0 0 0CAREER 164/159 1,344 936 408 24.5 189.0 15 222 57 13 15 74

Total Tackles: {��]��|\�~'���_��Solo:�{$�]�������~{���"�_{�Assists:�'����<����~{{����_{��Sacks: ��_����>����~{���_{�Passes Defensed: "�~��������}���]�������~{{�{��_�� Interceptions: ��]���?�~'���_"�Interception Yards:����]�������~'��"�_{�

Interception Return Long: ����]�������~'��"�_{�Interception Returns for TDs: {�~"�������}������<����~{��{'�_$��Forced Fumbles: ��]��<����~{��{��_$�Fumble Recoveries: ��]�����~{�����_��

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 4: 1998 (2), 1999 (2)TDs – 4:��__{� ¤��`*#�� ��>� ���^���]��������'��"�_{� ~���?�]�����!�¥���__�� ¤$�`*#�� ������<����� {����_�¥�� �__$� ¤{{`*#�� ��>� ���^��� ]��������{_�{��_$�~�����*�����#���¥��¤���*#����>����^������<�����{��{'�_$�~�������¢�����¥�

CAREER HIGHS

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICSQB Pressures: 1Tackles for Loss: 2

INTERCEPTIONS, LINEBACKERS, 2003-PRESENT Player INTs� {��� ��*�}���������� {$� �����\������?#���#��¢<�� {" Keith Bulluck, Ten 13� $�� <�����^������^� {�� ���� ����������! ����< ��� {{ 6t. Takeo Spikes, SF 10� � ���*����!��������#�� {_� � }��!���������< �� {_

� }��Takeo Spikes has shown the ability to be a threat in the passing ���������� ������#������>������������!��������__���|��!���__"��|�����������`�� ���������}������!����

you’re in good hands with spikes

� > ��^� �^�� ��{�`*����!�������|����� ��!��������*� �#������������ ������������������{�"$$�!��������!������ �! �������� ����� ����}��������active players.

down by t.k.o.

NFL TACKLES LEADERS - ACTIVE PLAYERS Player TACKLES� {�� ��*�}����~{''�`��������������������������� ������ ��� �^�����|��^�~{''_`�������� {�'_�� "�� }��#�������! ���~{''�`��������������� {����� $�� }��*��������*�~{''�`�������� {���'�

5. Keith Brooking (1998-present) 1,538 � ��� �������������~{'''`�������� {�$�$�� ��� ����������! ���~�___`��������� {�${_�

8. Takeo Spikes (1998-present) 1,344� '�� ������\������~{''�`�������� {�"$_� {_�� �������������~{''�`���������� {�����

§�}���!������#��!!��#���������#�]�#^��������������!

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51 TAKEO SPIKES

LINEBACKER CONTINUED ...

second level of defense

2009 NFL FEWEST RUSHES OF 10+ YARDS ALLOWED Team RUSHES 1t. San Francisco 15� �� ����^�� � {� Baltimore 15� $���� ��^��>���� {�

� > ��$'��������������� � �� ��^� ��� �^��#������ ��� � ����}��^�� ��� ���^�������!�������������������� ���!��#���]����� �*������ �]���^����� ��! ����������� �}��Takeo Spikes���#�}��Patrick Willis waiting for them ���� ����##����> ��$'�����������#�������������� ����}�� ����������������rushes of 10-or-more yards allowed.

� > ��$'����#�������������������� ����}�����^ �����{_���������*��#�������#���!�������|��������*�������]����� ��#�!��! ����{_��_�_��

NFL FEWEST RUSHES OF 10+ YARDS ALLOWED -10/20/08 - PRES. Teams RUSHES 1. San Francisco 34� ���� <��!������� "�� � ����^�� � "� � �� ������� "�� ��� ���������� "�

� � ���}��Takeo Spikes joined the 49ers in 2008, one of his biggest rea-������� ��������^���*�������*�������#��}��Patrick Willis in the middle ���� ��$'��������!�����!�����|���������]��� �*� �]���� ��������#������playing next to one another, help each other get better on every play.

“On the field, I look at some similarities as far as when I came in, him �������������#�!������� ���!��#�*�������� ������^������#�|�������������of guys looked up to him. I think one of the things where our relationship really started to grow was from the beginning. He knew that I was coming ��� ���!���������� �����#� ��� ���� ����!!����� � ����������� � ������time, I knew when I came in, I was used to being the guy they were building the defense around and I understood that, but also, he was one of the main ������� �����!���� �����!�^��������� �������������^ �������������������� ������������� �]��������� �����!�����]�� �������������������!������*�end. I know that he can help me get to where I want to go and I can help him �������� ���� �����#�������������� ������!�������������������� ����������������� ����

PASSING THE TORCH

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57 MATT WILHELM

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 245 Born: 2/2/81

College: Ohio State

Exp: 7th Year (FA-09’)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME��� ]��^���� �����!���� ��#� ��!���� ����� ���*��� � ��^� �^�� �� !���������� ���� �����*�#�����"������~�{������������������$����!����#^�����his career to go along with 43 special teams tackles. He adds depth to the linebacking core while contributing on special teams.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� ����#�� ��$'���#�^�������^��~{_��������������������!�����������!����

GOLDMINE:��� ���������#� ��������[�������]����������������� ��^�#����������� �����

>�!�������������^�#��������� ��������!����*���� �� ��|���\�����<�^��*�����!�� ��� ?#^!������ �� ����� �� ��� � �^#���� ��� ������ �������� ���}�������� ����> ����� ������������^������������ �������! �|! �������|���\������� �! �����! �������� ������������

��� �������� �������]�� ��#����� ���|��������#^�������� ������������������!����������� ����������������������#��� �������^!��*����^�����]�������|���\�������#��������#�� �� ������*�! ������������ ����������#��< ��#������������`���#*���*�������<���!����<��^�^��� �������__������*������� ������#�����������*����#������������ �[�������#�*�^�������������� �����!!�������*����#���������������*�����^�#�����������������his teammates for a pickup basketball game on the hardwood.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2008 (San Diego):��� ����!��#�#������>�� ��� ����#�������"$`������]�������~{��$����� �����{�������~���������������#������!����~$��������{�>�}��{���>���#�"��\�

2007 (San Diego):��� ��#���!������*�������{$������~{$�����������������{$$���!����~����������� � ��>�}��{�_��!���"���>���#�$��\���� |�����!������ �� ���� �{����!������������������� �{�>�}���������~{{�$����� ��!��#����������*������������]����#��~{{�{{�����}�#��������� �{����!������������������� ������>���#����\����>����~{��'��

2006 (San Diego):��� ����*�#� ��� ���� {�� ������ ��]���� �� �� ]��^���� ��!���� ������� ��� � {��

��!�����������!�������������#�{$���!����~��������{�>�}���#�"��\���a reserve linebacker on defense.

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WILHELM CAREER STATISTICS

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52 PATRICK WILLIS

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 240 Born: 1/25/85

College: Mississippi

Exp: 3rd Year (D-1A in ’07)

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pass 23 yds. for a touchdown while posting a career-high 2.5 sacks ��������������� �{{� ��!���� ]��|�}� ~{_�$�������!���� � �� ����� ���*������ ����! ��� ����*���#� �^�� � �� � ��#����*��� ��� � ����}���!�� � ���!���!�����������!����������!����{'����������*��������������!����#������>����^���������>\����� �����������

��� ���}�#��������� �{"���!������������������� ������]�������~{_�{{�����������the first time a 49ers player forced at least two fumbles since 1998.

��� ���}�#� �������� �{�� ��!���� ���!^#����{��\�� ���� ������� ���������|��]��|������������*#���^ �������{��!������~"����]���������^��~{_�����

��� ������� �#���� �������` �� �{����!����~���������������������� �{��\���#�{�>�}������#��~{{�{�������������#�������� ��##���������*#���^ �������20 carries (3.1 avg.).

GOLDMINE:��� ���������������!�������������^��!����������^����� ��^�!������ ^������

������� � �� ��� �� ����������� ��� �` ��]*���� �� ����� ����� {'�'`�___��!������������""�������� ��������!�������#�^����� ��^�!����!�^�� ���������������������������� ����������^!!��^����������� ^�����! �#�^���������������}�� ���^���>���*����{''_����#�>���*����������������������������� ��]*���� ��! �������?]��#������*����#�����__"�

WILLIS GAME-BY-GAME

Total Tackles: �������?�~{_���_��Solo:�{���������~{{����_��Assists:���~��������}�������?����>��~{_���_��Sacks: ����]��|�}��~{_�$�_'��Passes Defensed: "�~��������}���]��|����~'��_�_'� Interceptions: {�~"�������}���]��|�}��~{_�$�_'�

Interception Yards: ������|����~'�{$�_��Interception Return Long: �������|����~'�{$�_��Forced Fumbles: ��]�������~{_�{{�_'�Fumble Recoveries: {�~��������������~'����_��

CAREER HIGHS

QB Pressures: 2QB Hits: 3

Tackles for Loss: �Caused INTs: 1

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

� }� Patrick Willis���#���������!����� ���������������� ����}�����������#��__��\�����]������������� ���������#��������� ����������� ���������������� ������^���� ���}��Takeo Spikes������#�� �����������__���������became even more confident when he knew that he would have a player of |������!��������#���������!�����*����������#�� ���������#�������!�����both on and off the field.� ���]���� ����^�� � ������� ����� �������!����#��!�� ����� �������������#��“I know any guy that has played the game for that many years and is that consistent is a good player. He helps me by the things that he makes me aware of and he always makes me feel comfortable. I went over to his place and we would watch film together and he showed me how he studied film and then on the field, whether it just be a tip that he gets before the play ������ ������������������������#�� ��� ���������������� �����*��

Learning from the best

(Statistics taken from NFL Gamebook) Players G Total Solo AST T/G 1. Patrick Willis, SF 39 383 294 88 9.8� ���� \���������!�����<����� "�� "{"�� �{�� '�� ���� "��� \�������������\���� "$� �'{� �{'� ��� ���� $��� }��#�������! ��������� "'� """� �"�� '�� ���� ��� �����������<����� "'�� "��� ���� �{� ��$

MOST TACKLES PER GAME, NFL, 2007-PRESENT

� |��!���__�����������#�����`��`�#���������#� ����#�� �����#�����������!������ �������!���������������������������#�������������!������������ ��������� � ���#��#�*������������#���������������#����� ��]�������!�������������]��� ����*� �����*������������*������^���������������� �����defensive player in the league at his position - not to take anything away �������*�}���¦���� �����]���^���*� ���������������� �����*�}�������� ����������*�� ���������� �� �������������������������������$���~�^�����$�"�������������!��������*��������������!������ ���������*�#����������������������������������������*��#����� �����^�#������ ����������������������� ��������������������#�� ��$'���#������ ��#�������������^��"�*#�����{$�!�������� ����������������� ��!������� �!!��#���������}���������������!��������!^������*����#�� ������^�������!���������������!���__��

a deadly sting

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what you talkin’ bout willis� ��� ��{{� ��]��������!������ ���__����}�\������}��Patrick Willis�#�#�����������������������������!������ ������^������������!��#�*�� ����}���������������� ���__�������������������� ����#�������������!�������������*�*���������!����� �������$'������*���������! �� ����������������! ���� ������������������!���������}������!��#����� ��!��������� ���^������� ��trips starting in 1981.� �������� �����������#���#`��������`���� ��������#�� ���������� �{���tackles last season. He registered one sack, one interception (which was returned for a touchdown), one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and a career-high 11 passes defensed.� ��� ����������� ��� �� � ��#�������������������� �����!������#� ��#�coach Mike Singletary knows that this is an important year in his develop-ment.

“��� �������� ���� ��#�*�����*�^�]��������^���]��*� �������#�� ��������^����������� ��� ��^����� *�^�� �����!�� ��#� ������ *�^�� ����� �!�^�� *�^��������*� ��*���� ��� ����� ��� �������� �������� |��������*� ��#�� ���^���� ����*�trying to anticipate that next move, that next step. Then it becomes a chess ���! ��������^*��������������^��� ���� ������������!�����^�������������#����������*���!���#���^�� ��������! ����� ����������������^���������������#� �������*�������������� ��������� ���������������|��������*�������� �������^�#�#�*�]�������}��Takeo Spikes���#�}��Jeff Ulbrich. � �>�����|����� ������������ ���� �����|��������*���#���>����� �� ����� �� ��� ��� ���� ��� ��#� ���� �����*� ���#� �� ���� ��� ����� ����� ���� �^#*������#�^�#�����#����� ��� ����� ���������� �����������������! ������� ���������#�^������������������� ������ ������������#�� ����^*����������*�!������#�� �*�!�����^�����������>�������#������!�����^�������^�������� ����� ������#� � ����� �^�� ���^! � � ��� ������� #��������������#� � ���� � ������ ��������������^�����������������*���!���#���^�� �����#�� ��� ��������������������� ��������������� ��������

MOST TACKLES IN AN NFL GAME FROM 2007-2009(statistics taken from gamebook)

Player Date Opp Tkls� {�� \�]�#������������ {{`$`_�� ��|� �$ 2t. Patrick Willis, SF 12-23-07 TB 20 ����#���*����?� {{`{"`_�� ���� �_� "�� <^����}����������� '`��`_'� ����?� {' 4t. Patrick Willis, SF 10-5-08 NE 18 Patrick Willis, SF 11-25-07 at ARI 18 Patrick Willis, SF 12-2-07 at CAR 18� � ����������������¢<� {�`"_`_�� ������� {�

� }��Patrick Willis had a feeling during the week that when the 49ers ���#�|���}�^��~{_�$��� �������������� �]�������#����������� ���|^�#�*���������^���#��^������ ��������������!����� ��!���������!��#������!�����`high 2.5 sacks, registering his third career interception and second career interception return for a touchdown, 11 tackles and three tackles for loss.� ������������������!������#� ��#�!��! �Mike Singletary �������#�*�� ��#�*� ����������������!���� �#�]��|���}�^��� �������^��������^�#���� �����*�� ������!����*�������!�^�� �� �����^! ����������|��������*���#�������^�� ��������� �����������#�������#�������� �����#�� ����� ���� ������������������������ ���������]����� |��!���!���!�����������!����������!����{'���������!����������� ����������*����������� ����*���#��^��� ��� ��#����*������� ����}������!��#���������2.5 sacks and an interception return for a touchdown in the same game. � ���������� ������� � �� ����� �� �#�� �� ����� ^��� ��� ����� � ������� �����!��]�� ��#� ������� �� !��! �� � ����� *� ��� ��*���� ��� ���� ������everyday.

� �?]��*�#�*����������#�*����������#�� ������ �������������������^������������#�����^���]��������^����������#�� ���*�^�����*�^�!���������#�����but you are never great until you are done playing. Hopefully for me that will not be for a long time from now so every day, until that day happens, I am ���������!����������������#������ ��#��

willis’ big day

SINGLE GAME 2.5 SACK AND AN INTERCEPTION RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN PERFORMANCES SINCE 1982

LB Patrick Willis: 2.5 sacks, 23-yd. INT return vs. StL (10/4/09) � \>�| �^��������������!�����`*#����>����^���]��\����~{{�$�_���� \?����������������"�_��!�����`*#����>����^���]��|�}�~{{��$����

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second level of defense

� > ��$'��������������� � �� ��^� ��� �^��#������ ��� � ����}��^�� ��� ���^�������!�������������������� ���!��#���]����� �*������ �]���^����� ��! ����������� �}��Takeo Spikes���#�}��Patrick Willis waiting for them ���� ����##����> ��$'�����������#�������������� ����}�� ����������������rushes of 10 or more yards allowed.

� > ��$'����#�������������������� ����}�����^ �����{_���������*��#�������#���!�������|��������*�������]����� ��#�!��! ����{_��_�_��

NFL FEWEST RUSHES OF 10+ YARDS ALLOWED -10/20/08 - PRES. Teams RUSHES 1. San Francisco 34� ���� <��!������� "�� � ����^�� � "� � �� ������� "�� ��� ���������� "�

2007-2009 NFC FEWEST RUSHES OF 10+ YARDS ALLOWED Team RUSHES� {��� ��������� �$� ��� �� ������� �� 3. San Francisco 93� $��� \����� {_{� � ��������*� {_{

� |��!�����������#�����#�*�� ��$'��� ����__������������^ ��� �]��had a difficult time getting past the second level with the 49ers ranking � ��#����� ����<���#���� ����� ����}�����^ �����{_`��^�*��#�������#�

� }��Patrick Willis is known for tallying up tackles up during the game but he is also a major con-tributor in the passing defense. ������ �� ���� ���� ��� #���� �����coverage and wreak havoc down-����#� ���� �������� �^������!��with his incredible speed and nose for the ball. His ability to play both the run and the pass allows him to ��*����� ������#�� ��^� ��]��*���^�������|��!��� ����������� ���__�����������������#�� ������^���������#�����#���������}������!����

PAT DOWN

NFL LINEBACKER PASSES DEFENSED LEADERS SINCE 2008

Player PDs 1. Patrick Willis, SF 15 � ��� }��!���������< �� 14 "��� ��*�}���������� {�� � >�������|^�������� {�� ���� ��]�����*��� {{

(Since 1975) PLAYERS DATE OPP. Lg 1. Patrick Willis 9-14-08 at Sea. 86t� ��� �� ���� ���� '`�`'�� ������� ��� "�� }������#���� {�`{�`'�� ]��\���� ��� $�� >�##�| ���� {{`��`�$� ������ �"�� ��� \�]���� ������� {_`�"`��� ]��\���� �_

LONGEST INT RETURN, 49ERS LINEBACKERS

� ��� � �����#���#��� ����!����}��Patrick Willis is a threat when he gets the ball in his hands. He currently holds the longest interception return for a linebacker in franchise history.

long returns

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CORNERBACK

Ht: 5-10 Wt: 188 Born: 5/22/77

College: North Carolina

Exp: 11th Year (FA in ’09)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME ��� {{`*���� ]������� ��#� ���`����� ���� �������� \���� ��*� ���]�#��experience and productivity to the 49ers secondary after joining the team ��� ��*� �__'�� |��!�� ��������� � �� ��}� �� �� ��#`��^�#� #����� ! ��!�� ���� ��|��� }�^������ ��� {'''����*� �� ��������#� ������]�� ���`���^�#�������!�����${�!�����������!���������!��{'''������$� �������������}�players, while his 19 forced fumbles are the most among cornerbacks during that time span. He is tied for 5th among all active players with 5 ��>����^���#�����>\����#� ���������������>\�!���#�������^���~����>��������{������

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �>��#�������#����� ���������� �}��Patrick Willis ��#�<��Nate Clements

��� ����\� ��� ����*�#� ��!����!�� ��� ���� ~'�{"��� ���#���� � �� ����� ��� � "� �\� � ����

�������������������}���*���������#���#����^������#�������^��'_�*#��receiving combined.

��� ���������#� ��${��!��������>�]�������~{_�{{��

GOLDMINE:��� �\���� ����#�� ������������������� ��!���^���*������__"�� ������� �#�

� ��\������*���^�#������������`�������������������#�����#���������]���#^!������� ��^� �� *�!�����!�����!���> �������������� ���������������physical awareness by improving athletic facilities and promoting the importance of athletics in maintaining a healthy body and a healthy mind.

��� �\����#�����#�¬{�_�___����� �����]����*�������� �<������������__$�������up a football scholarship in his name. The son of two teachers, he wanted to give the opportunity to others to have a similar experience as he did at ���� �<��������

BLY GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� "� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _�|������ ������� }� {�_� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� �� {� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� "� "� _� _�_� _�_� {� "{� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� {� {� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/0 14 12 2 0.0 0.0 1 31 8 1 0 0CAREER 158/111 551 435 116 4.0 32.0 41 617 166 19 6 164

Total Tackles:�{"�]��<����~{��{��_��Solo:�{{�]��<����~{��{��_��Assists:������¢<�~{{�{{�_��Sacks: {�_�~$�������}������< ���~{{����_��Passes Defensed:����������~{����_$�Interceptions: ��~$��������}���]�������~{_�'�_��Interception Yards:�'"����\����~{_���_{�Interception Return Long: '"�����\����~{_���_{�Interception Returns for TDs: {�~��������}������\����~{_�"{�_$��

Forced Fumbles:������<����~{���{�_"�Fumble Recoveries: {�~��������}�������?�~{��"�_��Punt Returns: $�~��������}���]������~{��{��_��Punt Return Yards: {{_�]������~{��{��_��Long Punt Return: ����]������~{��{��_��Kickoff Returns: ��~��������}���]�����~{_����_{�Kickoff Return Yards: {{_�]�����~{_����_{�Long Kickoff Return: "��]�����~{{����__�

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSKickoff Returns: {'`"$�`_>\¦�Punt Returns: �"`�'_`{>\Special Teams Tackles – 9: 1999 (4), 2000 (5)Special Teams Fumble Recoveries – 2: 2000 (1), 2001 (1)Field Goal Return– 1-18:� ���^���#� ���� ����#� ����� {�� *#�� ]�� �����~{_��{�_��TDs – 8:�{'''�¤�"`*#����>����^������<�����{����''�~���|��]����^�������¥���__{�¤'"`*#����>����^������\�����{_���_{�~���>*�\������¥��¤��`*#����>����^������������{����_{�~���< ���< ��#����¥���__��¤�_`*#��������^������|���{��"_�_�¥��¤��`*#�����]������{��{��_�¥���__"�¤��`*#��������^���]��\�����{_�{'�_"¥���__"�¤$�`*#����>����^���]�������'���_"�~��������������¥���__$�¤��`*#����>����^������\�����{_�"{�_$�~���[���*�>���]��#��¥�

CAREER HIGHS

2009 49ers defensive backs

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31 DRE’ BLY

CORNERBACK CONTINUED ...

� � <�� Dre’ Bly has earned reptutation for being a playmaker on the defensive side of the ball throughout his career. He currently ranks 4th in the ��}��������!��]�����*������ �${�!��������>�������������� ��������!������!�� �� ��� ������������������#��������� �~��������� �<��Nate Clements) ��� �����>����^�������>\�������active players. The two form a lethal tandem when they are on � �� ����#�!�������� �����{�!������interceptions, good for 3rd in the ��}��������!��]�����*���

INT LEADERS - ACTIVE PLAYERS Player INTs {�� |�\������| ���������� �{� ���� |�?#����#������� $�� "�� <��< ���������*��\���� $$ 4. CB Dre’ Bly, SF 41� �����< ��������#������� $_

nose for the ball

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5t. CB Dre’ Bly, SF 5 CB N. Clements, SF 5� � <��� �������^! ����� �

MOST CAREER INTERCEPTIONS AMONG ACTIVE TEAMMATES IN NFL

Players INTs� {�� <�������*����\�������\���� ��� ��� ?�����#����}���������� �" 3. N. Clements/D. Bly, SF 71

two of the best in the backFIELD� � |��!���__{��<��Nate Clements ��#�<��Dre’ Bly have been two of the top defense backs in the league when it comes to getting their hands on � �������?�! �������������� ��������������#�����]���!������� ����!�#�fumbles and passes defensed. Bly leads the league in interceptions among !������!����!���__{�� ����<�������������`�� �

MOST FORCED FUMBLES AMONG DEFENSIVE BACKS SINCE 2001

Player FFs� {�� ������\�������\?�� �$ 2. Dre’ Bly, SF 19 3t. Nate Clements, SF 17� � < �����>��������< �� {�� ��� < ��������#������� {$

MOST INTERCEPTIONS AMONG CORNERBACKS SINCE 2001

Player INTs 1. Dre’ Bly, SF 35� ����< ���������*��\��� "$�� � \��� ��������� "$ 4t. Ronde Barber, TB 31 ������|��^����� ��� "{ 6t. Nate Clements, SF 30� � ��]�����*��� "_

MOST PASSES DEFENSED AMONG DEFENSIVE BACKS SINCE 2001

Player PDs� {�� < ���������*��\��� {"� 2. Ronde Barber, TB 129 3. Dre’ Bly, SF 125 4. Nate Clements, SF 117� ��� ����������������� {{�

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25 TARELL BROWN

(TUH-rell)

CORNERBACK

Ht: 5-10 Wt: 193 Born: 1/6/85

College: Texas

Exp: 3rd Year (D-5 in ’07)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME ������ `��^�#���!��*�� ��$'�������__���>������������ �����]���]��^����� �����]���� ��������^���*��������������]������ ����������}<�������#��~{{�{�_'����#��������������� ��������̂ �����<�������<�������������������^���from a fractured scapula. He saw increased action at nickel back in 2008, � ����������]�����������#�^�������!���� �������� �{�� ��!������*�*����� ��#�� �� �#� �����#� � �� ������ > ���� �������� ����#�� ��]������^���*����� ����������������`*�������*���� �������������������������spirit.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� ���#�� ���������������� ������������#��~{{�{�����!��#��������!����~�������

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GOLDMINE:��� �>���������� ����!����������� ��> ����������������#�����__���> �� �����

is given to the 49ers rookie or first-year player who best exemplifies the ������������������� ���������|����������� ��#��#�����^�^������__�����������only his work ethic that got Brown to where he is today, but also his ability ����]��!������]�����*����! ��������� ��^� �^�� ��*�^������������� ���������'������������ �����������#��� ������������������ ���!���������������������*������������������������ ����� ����#��� ����������]�#������� � ��father, Robert, who not only saw football as an escape for his son, but also �����������^���*����� �������������! ���� �����#������#��#^!��������^������������ ����}�\������ ����� ���#��#������ ���������!�����[����������\�*����������!��#���� �������!��������>�����__���������� ��}���������������� ��������� �������*� ����������^�����>£������^�������������!��������������in dedication to his late parents.

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BROWN GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _�|����_� |��� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/1 4 4 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 2 0 0 0CAREER 31/2 19 18 1 0.0 0.0 2 1 5 0 0 0

Total Tackles: ���������~{{�{_�_�� Solo: ���������~{{�{_�_��Assists: {��������~{{�{_�_��

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ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 28:��__��~$����__��~{�����__'�~��

CAREER HIGHS

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22 NATE CLEMENTS

(KLEM-ints)

CORNERBACK

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 205 Born:12/12/79

College: Ohio State

Exp: 9th Year (UFA in ’07)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME�������������#�� *�!���#�����]���!��������<������� �����]�#�#����impactful presence in the 49ers secondary over the past two seasons. <�������� � �� ��^�����*� ���! �� ^�� ������� � �� ��� ��!��]��� ��� � ����}�����#�� ���������������^���`#����������� ������!����������*����the cornerback position. He is currently sidelined with a fractured scapula. <��������������#�#����������� ��^������!��������� ���������#� ��consistently shown an ability to force fumbles and intercept passes. His {$����!�#��^������!���__$�������!��#���������}�!������!����#����#� ����{�� �������������}����*���#^����� � ��� ������������������������!���������__$��<���������������#������� ���������}�!������!����� ������>���!���__���

INJURY REPORT��� |�#�����#���� ������!�^��#�!��^���^�����#������#��~{{�{��

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� >��#������!��#����� ���������� �}��Patrick Willis ���#�<��Dre’ Bly � � ��� ����\���� ���!��#�#� ��"_� �!������ �����!��������������~'�{"�� ���� ��������^�������

� ���� ������� ���������}���*���������#���#����^������#��� ���'_�*#��receiving.

��� �|�����!�����` �� ���� ����\�]��|����~'��_������������������ �����!��������� ���!�]���#�����!��#����*�\>�Ray McDonald and returned it 59 yds.

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GOLDMINE:��� �������#�!������#�������! �� ^�������������#����`����]����������

������������� ���^��� ��� �� ������ �� ��� ���������|�����#��^��� � ��� ��young, talented son was focused solely on school and football so that he !�^�#��! ��]�� ��#�������������#����� ���|����������! ���� ��������������#��^������������������! ���������#�#^����� ���^�������#�������*�������| ��������� �� ~�����|�������*�#�^��^�������#��� �� ��� ���� � �� ����������#��^#*������ ��|�>������� ������ �#������������!��!�������� �������!����� ����������*��� ��#^!��#� ����� �� �� �! �������������������#���� ���|��>�#�*����`�����!��� ���� ���|�����������|��� ���^ �#� �������� ����*����#������#�����#�*�������������]���#����� ��������������� ����}�������|������#� ������ ���� ����� �����`|���������������������]���! ��]�������������������!������!*��� ����������^�#�truly leave his mark in the league and eventually earn the ultimate honor ­�����������������^�

��� ������ �� ���������� ��� � �� ����� ����� ���������� �� ��}� ���*���� #�*��������� ����#�������*������������� ������� ��� �^������� ��������� ��� ��#�#�!�����*���������������������#����������������!���#��������*�����������>�##�����!���<�����������������#� ��!����������������������������!���! ��������������������������!!�^������ ����������� �]���*�#�*��� ����#��������*�����������������> ������ ������ ��������������������#����������������������]��been golfing since I was 12. I never really had a chance to pursue it hard because football was my first love. But, whenever I get a chance, I like to ������������

��� �|��!�� ����]���� ��� |��� ����� �� ���� ���� ��� � �� ���� �!��]�� ���*��� ���� �� !���^���*� ��#� �� ������ ����� ��� � �� �������*� ��� � �� �<���^���*�

CLEMENTS GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� �� $� {� _�_� _�_� {� �� {� _� _� _�|����_� |��� �� {�{� �� �� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� �� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�{� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�{� "� "� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�{� '� '� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� $� "� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� {� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/7 37 31 6 0.0 0.0 1 8 8 0 0 0CAREER 134/129 744 581 163 2.5 12.0 30 436 108 17 6 18

Total Tackles:�{"�~��������}������|����~{{�{��_��Solo:�{{����|����~{{�{��_��Assists: ��~"�������}���]�������~{_�'�_��Sacks: {�_�~��������}������|�}�~'�{��_��Passes Defensed: ��]��|����~'��_�_'�Interceptions: "���������~{_��_�_��Interception Yards: ���]��>��~{���"�_��Interception Return Long: ���]��>��~{���"�_��Interception Returns for TDs: {�~��������}����������~{��{_�_��

Forced Fumbles: ��~��������}���]�������~{���_��Fumble Recoveries: {�~��������}��������^�~{{�{'�_��Punt Returns: ��]������~{_�"{�_$�Punt Return Yards: ���]��|�}�~{{��{�_$�Long Punt Return: ����]��|�}�~{{��{�_$�Kickoff Returns: �����|\�~{_����_{�Kickoff Return Yards: {�{����|\�~{_����_{�Long Kickoff Return: "������?�~{{�{{�_{�

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSKickoff Returns: "{`�$�`_>\¦�Punt Returns����`�"'`�>\Special Teams Tackles – 6: 2001 (2), 2002 (4)Blocked Kick– 1: �__�����<����~{��"_�TDs – 9:��__{�¤$�`*#����>����^��������#���'��"�_{�~������*�����������¥��¤��`*#���^������^���]����#���{{�$�_{¥���__��¤�'`*#����>����^������������{_��_�_��~�����*�}^!��¥���__"�¤�$`*#����>����^������������'��{�_"�~�����*�����#���¥���__$�¤��`*#���^������^���]��|�}��{{��{�_$¥���__��¤"_`*#����>����^���]��������{���_��~���>���*���##���¥���__��¤��`*#����>����^�����������{��{_�_��~���< �#������������¥���__��¤�$`*#�����^��������!��#��������������������{_�{'�_��¥���__'�¤�'`*#�����^��������!��#���������������������~'����_'�¥�

CAREER HIGHS

Caused INTs: 1Tackles For Loss: 2

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICS

>̂ �#�*�� �]���� �������#� *� � �� ������ ����� #��������*� �� ��������experience for me, giving back each week. I go home with a good feeling ��������� ����� ����#�����#*�� ����������� ����������� ������������������� ���������������������������������������*���^����]��������*��������]����������> ����� ���������������������^�����������������������

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22 NATE CLEMENTS

CORNERBACK CONTINUED ...

� � <�� Nate Clements is a threat to get his hands on the ball whenever ���� ��� �� ]�!����*�� <������� ����� ���#� ���� {"� � ��� � ����}� �������!��]��players with 30 career interceptions. He has also been able to take 5 back ���� ��^! #����� � �! � ����� ���#� ���� ���� � ~������ ��� � <� Dre’ Bly) for most interception returns for touchdowns among active players. The two ���������� ������#���� ���� �*��������� ������#��!�������������{�!�����������!��������� �! � �����#� ���� � ��#� ��� � ����}��������!��]���!��#��*�tandems.

BALLHAWK

MOST INTS RETURNED FOR TDS AMONG ACTIVE PLAYERS

Player TDs� {�� |�\������| ���������� {{� ����<�����#���������>�� �� �� <��<�����#������� ��� $�� |�?#����#� � 5t. CB Dre’ Bly, SF 5 CB N. Clements, SF 5� � <��� �������^! ����� �

MOST CAREER INTERCEPTIONS AMONG ACTIVE TEAMMATES IN NFL

Players INTs� {�� <�������*����\�������\���� ��� ��� ?�����#����}���������� �" 3. N. Clements/D. Bly, SF 71

two of the best in the backFIELD

� � |��!���__{��<��Nate Clements ��#�<��Dre’ Bly have been two of the top defense backs in the league when it comes to getting their hands on the �����?�! �������������� ��������]��������#�����]���!������� ����!�#�fumbles and passes defensed. Bly leads the league in interceptions among !������!����!���__{�� ����<���������������#�������� �

MOST FORCED FUMBLES AMONG DEFENSIVE BACKS SINCE 2001

Player FFs� {�� ������\�������\?�� �$ 2. Dre’ Bly, SF 19 3t. Nate Clements, SF 17� � < �����>��������< �� {�� ��� < ��������#������� {$

MOST INTERCEPTIONS AMONG CORNERBACKS SINCE 2001

Player INTs 1. Dre’ Bly, SF 35� ����< ���������*��\��� "$�� � \��� ��������� "$ 4t. Ronde Barber, TB 31 ������|��^����� ��� "{ 6t. Nate Clements, SF 30� � >������*��� "_

MOST PASSES DEFENSED AMONG DEFENSIVE BACKS SINCE 2001

Player PDs� {�� < ���������*��\��� {"� 2. Ronde Barber, TB 129 3. Dre’ Bly, SF 125 4. Nate Clements, SF 117� ��� ����������������� {{�

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38 DASHON GOLDSON

(duh-SHONN)

SAFETY

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 200 Born: 9/18/84

College: Washington

Exp: 3rd Year (D-4B in ’07)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME����������#��*�^�������*���� ������������#��������\� ������#��� ��earned valuable experience on defense and special teams since being ���!��#� ��� � ����^�� ���^�#���� � ���__����}�\�����*�� ��$'������� ��in his 1st season as the full-time starter and a playmaker in the 49ers secondary.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �������#����� ���������#����#�����#�����]���!����� ������!������� ����������*�������*������� ����}������!��#���������{���>��{�����{������#� 1.0 sack.��� ���!��#�#�� ���������>���� ��!���������� ��� ��#��^������]��|����~'��_����� ���������#�!�����` �� � ��� ������ ~{{������� ~�����#�����#� ��!���� ~����

���� �����#� �� ��� ����� ��� ������ ��]��� � ��� ��� �����!����#� *� <��Shawntae Spencer����� ��� ��#��^�������

��� �����#� �������!�������!������ ����^�� ��^������]��|�}�~{_�$�������������#�9 tackles (5 solo).

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GOLDMINE:��� �\� ���^�#��������� �� ���� �����^��� ��� ��������#�!������� ������

�� ��������������� �������#���#��!�� �����^����� �� ��������������#�*�����#�����������^����*����!^�������*� �����!�^��� �*�!������*�^�^������#����#�����|��� ������������!����������������#�������������������#�!�#�#������������������� �������������������� �#����#��^���]��*���� �#����#��|�����#�!�#�#������!�����̂ ����*��������������������������#���#������������^����������^����������������#�#�^����*�������������������#�����^���#��^���������������

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles - 20: �__��~{_����__��~{_�

GOLDSON GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� $� $� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�{� �� $� {� _�_� _�_� {� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�{� {{� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�{� '� �� $� {�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�{� �� $� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� {� {� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� {_� �� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/7 52 39 13 1.0 0.0 1 0 2 1 1 0CAREER 26/9 90 58 32 1.0 0.0 1 0 5 1 1 0

Total Tackles: {{���������~'����_'�Solo: ��~��������}��������#��~{{�{�_'�Assists: ����������~'����_'�Sacks: {�_�]��|�}�~{_�$�_'� Interceptions: {�]��|����~'��_�_'�

Passes Defensed: {�~��������}���]�������~{_�{{�_'�Forced Fumbles: {������^��~{_����_'�Fumble Recoveries: {������^��~{_����_'�

CAREER HIGHS

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSCaused INTs: 1QB Hits: 1

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23 MARCUS HUDSON

CORNERBACK

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 200 Born: 11/15/82

College: North Carolina State

Exp: 4th Year (D-6B in ’06)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME ���^�!���� *�!���!������!������!^��^#��� �����]�#�#�#��� ����� ��$'����!��#��*���!����������!��#����� ����� ���^�#����� ���__����}�\��������������]��������*�� ��������� ���������*�����*���#�������lines up in nickel and dime packages, while also serving as a gunner on special teams.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �����$� ����� ���������� �{{���!�����������!�������� �|����!��������#����������������$���!����~"�����������^��~{_�������� ���� �#���� �"���!�����������!���������#��~{{�{��

GOLDMINE:��� ����!^� ���� ��������������� �����*������ ��������������*�#����������#��

|������ ��#��� ��� ��� ����� ��#� ?��!� ���*�#� ��� ��� ^��`<�������� ��#���� ���¢�]������*�#���������|�����

��� �� ������!^��������#�� �������#������� ��<��!�#�����^������!�^����� �� ��]�� ���� �������� ��� �����#� ��� �� ����� � �� <��!�#���� �^����� ��#�chase animals. I was always fascinated with animals and I wanted to ������� ��������� � ��������� �����������#�����#���������#�� ��������������� ��#�� ��� � �*� #������� ��� � �� ����� *�^�#����� ^�]�]��� ��� ���#� ���!�^ �#� �*� #������ ����� �� �^�� ����� ��� ���! � \�!�]��*� < �������

��� ����!^����]������!���������������^��������#����>��������^�����������>̂ ����� ��#� !����� � ��� >��>� �� �^! � ������ � ��� ������� �������������*�}������! ��# ��#���]������> ^�#��!���

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles - 44: �__��~{�����__��~{_����__��~{{����__'�~{{�Special Teams Fumble Recoveries - 2: �__��~��

HUDSON GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `|������ ������� }� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� $� "� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 5/0 4 3 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 41/0 32 21 11 0.0 0.0 0 0 3 1 1 0

Total Tackles: ��]�������~{_���_��Solo: ��]�������~{_���_��Assists: ��~��������}���]�������~{_���_��

Passes Defensed: {�~"�������}���]�������~{_���_��Forced Fumbles: {�]��|����~{{�{'�_��

CAREER HIGHS

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32 MICHAEL LEWIS

SAFETY

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 222 Born: 4/29/80

College: Colorado

Exp: 8th Year (UFA in ’07)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME ���������� ������^���������������#�����]���!�����! ����}������!���#���#�����#��������������*��!�^����� ��� *�!���������! �������#� ������ �� ��� �� �����#� ������ � �� ������ ���#���� ��!����� ���������������#������^������!��#������������������ ��� ���#��� ���?���������__��

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �������#�����������#�����]���!����� �$����!������� �>�����#� �� ��!���� ~$� ����� ��#� {� �\� ��� ���� ~'�{"��� � ���� ������� ������

����������}���*���������#���#����^������#������'_�*#����!��]������� �}�#�� ���������� �������` �� �{"���!����]��|�}�~{_�$��

GOLDMINE:��� ���]���� ���� #������#� ��� � � �� ����� !��#������ ������� ������������ ���

!����������! ���� ���������������]��������������������� �������!�����������!��������������������������������#���#�����^�#������^�������������������!��� ��� � �! � � �� ������ ���� ����� ^����� ! ������ � �� ��������^�]��� �����#���������������!��]��*�������������������������� ��� �����#����������� ����� ���!�����������#����^�!�����]������������������#�#���]��*� ����*�^�#������������! ���������!�����#����|���������__��¡��__'����������|����®���������\�*��� �! �������������������� ���� ����lifestyle and the prevention of heart disease.

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��� �\^������ ����������|^���������£££�£������!���]��������! ��������� �����^��� ?�� |����� ��##��� ����� !������������> �� ��^�������� ����^��#���� ����}����*������#���! ����!�����#�� ����������*�#���������|������������������ ���������<����\?�\��� ��������*�~� �����`�����#����#����! �����������#����������������!�� ���

LEWIS GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�{� �� $� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�{� �� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�{� �� "� $� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�{� {"� {_� "� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�{� �� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� {� _�!����� �����^� }� `�������<>�[?�~<��<�||����� `� `� `� `� `� `��]�{� �����#� }� {�{� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� {� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 6/6 45 34 11 0.0 0.0 0 0 2 1 1 0CAREER 114/96 833 547 286 9.5 74.0 11 167 60 13 9 3

Total Tackles: {��]��<����~{_�{��_$�Solo: {"�~��������}����������~{{����_��Assists:����������~{_�{'�_"�Sacks: {�_�~'�>�����}���]��|�}�~{{�{��_��Passes Defensed: $�]�����~{_���_��Interceptions: {�~{{�������}������<����~{����_��

Interception Yards: �$��������~{��{_�_��Interception Return Long: �$���������~{��{_�_��Interception Returns for TDs: {���$���������~{��{_�_�� Forced Fumbles: {�~{��������}���������~'����_��Fumble Recoveries: {�~'�������}���]�������~{_�{{�_'�

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 34:��__��~�_����__��~�����__��~{{����__��~{�Blocked Field Goal– 1: 2003 (]������{{��"�_"�

CAREER HIGHS

ADDITIONAL 2009 STATISTICSQB Hits: 5Tackles For Loss: 1

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26 MARK ROMAN

(ROW-minn)

SAFETY

Ht: 5-11 Wt: 205 Born: 3/26/77

College: Louisiana State

Exp: 8th Year (UFA in ’07)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME ��#^�������#������!��]�����*���������� �����]�#�#�� ��$'����!��#��*���� �]���������������!����#����#�� �����!����������� �����������^�*�����__������ ������������������!������� ��������#�����������*�

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �|�!��#� ��� ������ ��]��� ���� �� '`*#�� ��� ��� � �� �!��#� �^������ ��� �����

~'�������� �|�����#��������������*������������������^�*����|���! ����}�������!��#����

����!����~$��������#�{��\�

GOLDMINE:��� ������������#����!����^!�������������������}|����#������#���������

manager for a construction company while in college. “It was a great ��������!���� �� ��#�� � ������ �]�������� ���� ��� � �� �����!�� � ��� � �*�had going on. I was there from the time they broke ground, to grating it out, to when they put walls up. I became familiar with deadlines and time ��������������������������! ��!������������ �����������������^�#������to pursue a career in the residential construction industry following his ��}�!��������#�����������#����^��#���� ���������^�����>������ ���� ����!����*���]�#������*� ����}�!������ ��^���� �����������#�� �������������� ���#��������#�������� �!���� � �� ����#���^��������������#�#� ���have a successful career in the housing sector.

��� ���]�� ��� ������ ��� ��� ��� ��]�#� ��� � �� ���*�� ��� �� �� ������ ��� {_�siblings.

ROMAN GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� $� "� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�|����_� |��� �� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�_� "� "� _� {�_� '�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� {� {� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��!��{{� ���� }� {�_� "� {� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�{� �� $� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/1 24 20 4 1.0 9.0 0 0 1 0 0 0CAREER 137/102 590 459 131 8.0 65.5 5 46 50 4 8 42

Total Tackles: {����������~{����_"�Solo: {_�]����!��~{��{��__�Assists:������\����~'�{{�_��Sacks: {�_�~��������}�����������~'����_'�Passes Defensed: �����|����~{��{$�_��

Interceptions: {�~��������]��|����~{��{$�_��Interception Yards: ������|����~{��{$�_��Forced Fumbles: {�~$�������}���]��|����~{{�{'�_��Fumble Recoveries: {�~��������}���]���^���~{{�"_�_��

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles - 12: �___� ~{����__{� ~"����__�� ~�����__�� ~����2009 (1)

CAREER HIGHS

49ers |�Mark Roman ranks second among the top players at his po-sition for consecutive games played with 103.

CONSECUTIVE GAMES - SAFETIES(active players)

CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED PLAYER GP� {�� \�����������|?�� {"� 2. Mark Roman, SF 103� "��� ����^��#����^����\?�� ��� � \��������!��*��>?�� ��� ��� >*�����<���������>� ��

DURABLE DEFENDER

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Date Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� `� ���>������|>?�� � `� `� `� `� `� `�|����_� |��� �� `� ���>������|>?�� � `� `� `� `� `� `|������ ������� }� `� ���>������|>?�� � `� `� `� `� `� `�!��$� |�}� �� `� ���>������|>?�� � `� `� `� `� `� `��!��{{� ���� }� `� ���>������|>?�� � `� `� `� `� `� `�!����� �����^� }� `� ���>������|>?�� � `� `� `� `� `� `��]�{� �����#� }� `� ���>������|>?�� � `� `� `� `� `� `���]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 71/5 118 97 21 1.0 3.0 4 64t 14 1 0 0

20 KEITH SMITH

CORNERBACK

Ht: 5-11 Wt: 191 Born: 3/20/80

College: McNeese State

Exp: 6th Year (FA in ’09)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAMESMITH GAME-BY-GAME

Total Tackles: ��~"�������}���]������~{{�{��_��Solo: ��~$�������}���]�����~{{����_��Assists: ��~$�������}������< ���~{{���_��Sacks: {�_���������~{{���_��

Passes Defensed: �����< ���~{_����_��Interceptions: {�~$�������}������< ���~{_����_��Interception Yards: �$�]��< ���~'�"_�_��Forced Fumbles: {��������~{_��$�_$�

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles - 69: �__$�~{�����__��~�����__��~{'����__��~{'���2008 (8)

CAREER HIGHS

�� ��!���� ����� ���#�^�� � ��^� �^�� �� ��`*���� !������� |��� � �������#����� ��$'����"`�������������{{�"�_'�������]�#��#��� � ���� ���!��#��*����������������!�^��#�!��^������<�������<�������

GOLDMINE:��� �� ��� �� ��� *�^������ �� ����#� � �� ���#���� ���!����*� <�� < �����

���#��¦�� ��\��� ��������� ���*������#������� ���� �*����*�#¦���#�� ��Rams, for their wide-open offense.

��� ����! �#��������*���!�������*���#����^����^��� *� ���������*��������and what a defender could do to stop him.

��� ��������������������}�����!�������������^� ����� �����^����� �� ��������they are brand new.

��� ���������!��! ������*�^�������]������������*�������� ����}­����������*��������������#�� ��� �� �! ����

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2008 (Detroit):��� ����*�#� ���{_������������������{$���!���� ~{_������������ �������

was ended by a groin injury.��� ��!��#�#�����!������������!�#��^������#�������!�����������!������ � ������#��~{��{$��

2007 (Detroit):��� �|��� !������ �� � ��� ��!���� ~$$��� ��>� ~"�� ��#� �\� ~��� � ���� �*���� ��

career-high in special teams tackles (19).��� >��#���!�����` �� ������!����~���]������~{{�{������ �����#������>���#����^���#�����$�*#��]��< ���~{_�����

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teams tackles.

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SMITH CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team GP GS Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds �__$� \������� {�� �� ""� �'� $� _�_� _�_� {� _� $� {� _� _�__�� \������� {�� �� ��� {�� �� {�_� "�_� _� _� �� _� _� _�__�� \������� {�� _� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��__�� \������� {�� _� $$� "�� �� _�_� _�_� "� �$� �� _� _� _�__�� \������� {_� _� {$� {_� $� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _ CAREER 71 4 118 97 21 1.0 7.0 4 29 14 1 0 0

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BALMER GAME-BY-GAME2005 (DETROIT)Date Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{{� ��� �� _�_� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `|���{�� ���< �� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!���� ���>�� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��'� ���� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{�� <��� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!���"� ���<��� �� {�_� {� {� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��"_� < �� }� {�_� {� {� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� ������� }� {�{� $� "� {� {�_� "�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��]�{"� ��� �� {�{� �� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��_� ���\��� }� {�_� �� "� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��$� ���� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _\�!�$� ���� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _\�!�{{� ������ }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _\�!�{�� <��� }� {�_� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _\�!��$� ������ �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _����{� ������� }� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _TOTALS 15/2 22 17 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 2 0 0 0

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BALMER GAME-BY-GAME2008 (DETROIT)Date Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|����� ������� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|���{$� ��� }� {�_� "� {� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����{� ���|�� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!���� < �� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{�� ������� }� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{'� �����^� }� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� ��� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� ���< �� }� {�_� "� {� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�'� ���� }� {�_� "� "� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{�� ���<��� }� � ����<>�[?�~�������`� `� `� `� `� `� `��]��"� >�� }� � ����<>�[?�~�������`� `� `� `� `� `� `��]���� >��� }� � ����<>�[?�~�������`� `� `� `� `� `� `\�!��� ���� }� � ����<>�[?�~�������`� `� `� `� `� `� `\�!�{$� �����#� }� {�_� {� {� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _\�!��{� ��� }� ������?\��?|?�[?�~������� `� `� `� `� `� `\�!���� ��� }� ������?\��?|?�[?�~������� `� `� `� `� `� `TOTALS 10/0 14 10 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME2007 (DETROIT)Date Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���'� ������� �� {�_� �� {� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|���{�� ���� �� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� {� _� {� _� _� _|����"� ���� �� }� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|���"_� < �� �� {�_� {� _� {� _�_� _�_� {� �$� {� _� _� _�!���� ������ }� {�_� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `�!���{� >�� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� ���< �� �� {�_� $� "� {� _�_� _�_� {� _� �� _� _� _��]�$� \��� �� {�_� $� $� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��]�{{� ������ }� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _��]�{�� ���� }� {�_� �� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]���� ��� }� {�_� �� �� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� {� _� _� _\�!��� ������� }� {�_� �� {� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _\�!�'� \��� }� {�_� "� �� {� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _\�!�{�� ���|\� }� {�_� "� "� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _\�!��"� ¢<� �� {�_� "� "� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _\�!�"_� ������ }� {�_� �� "� �� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _TOTALS 15/0 44 36 8 0.0 0.0 3 64 7 0 0 0

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30 REGGIE SMITH

SAFETY

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 200 Born: 9/3/86

College: Oklahoma

Exp: 2nd Year (D-3 in ’08)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME�������� |��� � ���������� ��� � �� ����*� �������� ��� �__'� ������ ������� ^�����!������!��#^����� �����������������"�#`��^�#����!���������__���|��� � ��#�� ����� ��� �� � ������ ����*� ��#� !������!�� #^����� ��collegiate career at Oklahoma.

GOLDMINE:��� ��������!������� ��������� �����!�����!�!��� ��������������� ��

best pieces of work was a large pillow.

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36 SHAWNTAE SPENCER

CORNERBACK

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 190 Born: 2/22/82

College: Pittsburgh

Exp: 6th Year (D-2B in ’04)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME���� *�!�����#��^�!��!������!���| �������|���!������]�#��� ��$'������ � �� ���*������ ��� � �� #�����]�� �!�����#�� � }�����#� *� ���^���� �]���� �� ���� ���� *����� |���!��� ��� ����#� � �� �������� ����� !������!��after training camp and has excelled already this season, proving to be a reliable playmaker.

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:�����}��#��������� �'��\����� ������#�����������������}���*���������#���#����^������#�������^��'_�

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��� ������#� �����������#����� ���� ������*#�� ��!��]��������� ��!�� �����^��~{_�����

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�� ����� ����� ��� ��������� �� !�^�#���� ����� � �� ^���� ��� ���*� � �� ���������������̂ ���������^�� ������������� ������������� ����#����*��������]��was baseball, but I got to high school and saw that all of the excitement ��� ��� � �� �������� ������> ���� ����� {_�___� ��^� ���� �]��*� ���#�*���� ����#�� ���*�^�������� �� �! �����*�^��������������� ��������� ���

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Total Tackles: {_��������~{��{��_$�Solo:�'��������~{��{��_$�Assists:�$�]�������{{���_�Sacks: {�_�~��������}������\����~{��"{�_��Passes Defensed: $����>����~{{����_��Interceptions: {�~��������}���]�������~'����_'�

Interception Yards: �{����>����~{{����_��Interception Return Long: �{�����>����~{{����_��Interception Returns for TDs: {���{�����>����~{{����_��Forced Fumbles:�{�~��������}������\����~{��"{�_��Fumble Recoveries: {�~��������}���]�������~{{���_�)

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CAREER HIGHS

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28 CURTIS TAYLOR

SAFETY

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 209 Born: 7/13/85

College: Louisiana State

Exp: Rookie (D-7A in ’09)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAME ��� � ������]�� ��� ���� �� ����*�� <^���� >�*���� �##� #��� � ��#�explosiveness at both safety positions, while serving as a contributor on special teams.

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GOLDMINE:��� �<^���� �� ��� �� ��� ��� ��#� ������ ��� ���� ��� ���� ����#��� ��#�

� ��*����������#����� ������� ��������������#��������*����}|����� �<^���� ��� ����#� ��� � �� ����� ����� ��� ������������� }��� � ��� �� ��

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TAYLOR GAME-BY-GAMEDate Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `|����_� |��� �� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `|������ ������� }� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `�!��$� |�}� �� `� `� ����<>�[?�� `� `� `� `� `� `� `�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��!����� �����^� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 3/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 3/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 6:��__'�~��

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Ht: 6-5 Wt: 242 Born: 10/14/76

College: Arizona State

Exp: 10th Year (D-7B in ’00)

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2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �������� ����� ���������� �����!�����������!����

GOLDMINE:��� �������#���������#��^! ���������������#^������ �������������������#�

his certification as a yoga instructor in 2008 after taking part in a 200- �^�� �������� � ��� ����#� ��]������ ����� � ����#���� ������! ��������!�����^����]��*��^�!����� ��!���� �����! �����|!���#������ª����� ��plans to open his own yoga studio in the near future.

BALMER GAME-BY-GAMELEE GAME-BY-GAME

86 BRIAN JENNINGS

LONG SNAPPER

BALMER GAME-BY-GAMEJENNINGS GAME-BY-GAME

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles - 60: �___�~�����__{�~$����__��~$����__"�~�����__$�~�����__��~�����__��~{_����__��~�����__��~'����__'�~��

RECEIVING RUSHING Date Opp W/L P/S Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Att Yds Avg Lg TD|���{"� ������ �� {�_� _� _� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�_� _� _� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�_� _� _� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� _� _� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� _� _� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� _� _� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� _� _� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0CAREER 151/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2009 49ers specialists

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4 ANDY LEE

PUNTER

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 180 Born: 8/11/82

College: Pittsburgh

Exp: 6th Year (D-6A in ’04)

��#*�}��� ������� �#� ���������������� ���������#^!��]���^��������� ����}���!�������#�����#����� ���� ���^�#����� ���__$���}�\�������������������������������#����`���� ���������__��� ����!���������^��up outstanding numbers, in 2008, as he set a career-high and team ��!��#���� � ��$���������]�������

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� ������{������ ����<���#���#����� ����}���� ���${��������]��������� ������"�#����� ����<���#�$� ����� ����}���� ���$��_������]��������� ��^���#�����$���*��#����'��^���~�{����]������������~'�������� ��^���#�����$__�*��#�������^���~�_�_��]���������#��~{{�{��

GOLDMINE:��� ���#*���]��������#�#������}��������������^�����|�^� �<���������?]���

when he went on to become a standout punter on the collegiate level ���� �����]����*��������^�� �� �������������������������]����}��!������The first professional game he ever attended was as a player with the $'�������__$�������!�����#*�#�#�����]�������^��������*����������������������������������������^*���������^������!�^���*������#��������������}���^������������*���������*�#��^������!������� ����#�����#�� ��!��! ����#��©� ������������*��^������� ���^������������������#�#���������*�^������^����#�������������^��������^�������]���������*����� ����

��� ���#*� �� !���#���#� �� © �������� ����� *� �� ����]������������� |<��������������*�������>����^�*�<������������#���#*���� �����*����� ��!��*���#���#�!���������!����������������#*�}���\�*������^�*�{����__��

Date Opp W/L P/S No Yds Avg Net TB In20 Lg Blk|���{"� ������ �� {�_� �� "'"� $'�{� $��"� _� �� �$� _|����_� |��� �� {�_� �� ��{� $���� $_��� _� {� ��� _|������ ������� }� {�_� '� $��� �{��� $_��� �� �� ��� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� �� "_�� $"��� "'�$� {� �� $'� _�!��{{� ���� }� {�_� �� �{'� $"��� $_��� _� {� �{� _�!����� �����^� }� {�_� �� �${� $���� $"�_� _� _� ��� _��]�{� �����#� }� {�_� �� $__� �_�_� $��_� _� $� �'� _��]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � � � � � �TOTALS 7/0 48 2,304 48.0 41.8 3 15 64 0CAREER 87/0 503 22,489 44.7 38.0 45 132 82 2

BALMER GAME-BY-GAMELEE GAME-BY-GAMEBALMER GAME-BY-GAMELEE GAME-BY-GAME

Most Punts:�{_�]��|���~'�"_�_��Most Punt Yards: �$"�]��|����~'�"_�_��Highest Gross Average: �������������~'��"�_��

Highest Net Average: $����]�������~{_���_��Long Punt:����]���?�~{_���_��Most Punts Inside-20: ��]��|�}��~{_�$�_'�

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles – 4:��__$�~{�¦��__��~{�¦��__��~��

CAREER HIGHS

PUNTS OF 50-PLUS YARDS, 2009 Player Punts� {��� | ����}�! ���������� �� 2. Andy Lee, SF 23� "�� ����������������^��� �{ $�� �����*����|���� {' � ��� ������� �������� {�

� }����������#����� ������^��� ���������� ��"��^�������_`��`�����yards.

2009 NFL GROSS AVERAGE LEADERS Player Gross Avg.� {��� | ����}�! ���������� ���"� ���� �����*����|���� $��"� "�� ������� �������� $��� 4. Andy Lee, SF 48.0 ��� �����|!������|\� $���

2009 NFL NET AVERAGE LEADERS Player Net Avg.� {��� | ����}�! ���������� $$�' 2. Andy Lee, SF 41.8� "��� �����!�������\���� ${����� $�� \������������|�}� ${�" ��� \^����<���^�����¢<� $_�'

� ��Andy Lee !^������*������������� ����}����#�������� �����~$� ��and net average (2nd).

precision punter leading leg

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4 ANDY LEE

PUNTER CONTINUED ...

NFL LONGEST PUNTS SINCE 2000 Player Date Opp. Lg� {��� ��#��*�������������� '�{_�_{� ���\���� '_� ���� ����������������^��� {�����_�� ������ �$ 3. Andy Lee, SF 10/5/08 NE 82 4t. Andy Lee, SF 11/21/04 at TB 81� � \^����<���^�����¢<� {����_�� |\� �{

LONGEST PUNTS, 49ERS HISTORY Player Date Opp. Lg� {��� }���*������� '��'���� < ��� �$ 2t. Andy Lee 10/5/08 NE 82 � >���*�\�]�� '�"_���� ����� �� 4t. Andy Lee 11/21/04 at TB 81� � >���*�\�]�� {{������� ���|�}�� �{

� ��Andy Lee’s career long punt (82 yards) currently ranks as the third ��������^���� ��#�!�#����#�� �����������!������������������$`*��#���]����������*�~{�`��`_����

Booming Boot

(Based on Gross Average) Player Avg. 1t. Andy Lee (2004-Present) 44.7� � >���*�\�]��~{'�'`�'�� � $$�� � "��� >���*�> ������~{''�`'��� � ${�'� ������������~{'�_`���� � ${�'

(Based on Gross Average) Player Avg.� {��� | ����}�! ���������� $��{� ����������*����|���� $��"� � \������������|�}�� $��"� $�� �����!�������\���� $���� ��� |���*���^� ����� $��{ 6t. Andy Lee, SF 44.7� � >���*�\�]���|�� $$�� ��� < ���¢�^��������� $$�$� '�� �����|!������|\�� $$�"� � �����}��*��\��� $$�"

TOP PUNTERS IN NFL HISTORY

TOP PUNTERS IN 49ERS HISTORY

� }��������������� �������^����������}� ����*���#���������]������

NFL GROSS AVERAGE LEADERS FROM 2006-2009 Player Gross Avg.� {��� | ����}�! ���������� $'�{� ���� �����!�������\���� $��� 3. Andy Lee, SF 46.8� $�� \������������|�}�� $��� ��� �����*����|���� $��"

� � Andy Lee sits among the league leaders gross and net average in �^������������������� ����������!���__��

NFL NET AVERAGE LEADERS FROM 2006-2009 Player Net Avg.� {��� | ����}�! ���������� $_��� ��� �����|!������|\� "'�� 3. Andy Lee, SF 39.6 � $�� \^����<���^�����¢<� "'�� ��� ������!�������\���� "'�{

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Date Opp W/L P/S Pts XP-XPA FG-FGA Kick-By-Kick|���{"� ������ �� {�_� �� �`�� �`�� "����_�|����_� |��� �� {�_� {{� �`�� "`"� "���$���"'|������ ������� }� {�_� �� "`"� {`{� "��!��$� |�}� �� {�_� �� �`�� _`{� $"��!��{{� ���� }� {�_� $� {`{� {`�� "'��$���!����� �����^� }� {�_� "� "`"� _`_���]�{� �����#� }� {�_� �� �`�� _`_���]��� >�����]�{�� < ����]���� ��������]��'� ����\�!��� ���|���\�!�{$� ���\�!��_� ���� ��\�!���� \�������"� ���|�}� � � � � � �TOTALS 7/0 39 18-18 7-9 Long: 50CAREER 160/0 1,018 313-316 235-294 Long: 56

6 JOE NEDNEY

KICKER

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 234 Born: 3/22/73

College: San Jose State

Exp: 14th Year (FA in ’05)

BALMER GAME-BY-GAMENEDNEY GAME-BY-GAME

Most Field Goals: ��]��>��~{_�"_�_��Most Field Goal Attempts: ��]��>��~{_�"_�_��Longest Field Goal: ���*#��]��|�}�~{���$�_��

Most PATs: ��~��������}���]��>��~{��{'�''�Most PAT Attempts: ��~��������}���]��>��~{��{'�''�Most Points: 15�~��������}���]��>��~{_�"_�_��

ADDITIONAL STATISTICSSpecial Teams Tackles (Regular Season) – 20:��__{�~�����__��~�����__��~�����__��~�����__��~�����__��~��Special Teams Tackles (Postseason) - 4: 2002 (3), 2003 (1)

CAREER HIGHS

����������� ����}�������!!^�������!�����������#��*� �����]�#�#�� ��$'������ �������������������]���� ��������^��������> ��|�����������]����#�{"`*����]������� ��!����!��#����{_��{�$�~���{��!��������#��������!��!���������|�������!�!���������� ���� ����#������!!^�������}���!�������� ������������������#��������� ����*���� �������{�����#�goal percentage, while his 1,018 career points ranks 42nd all-time in ��}� ����*��

2009 HIGHLIGHTS:��� �<����!��#�������_`*��#�������� ��������^�������������~'�{"������ �� ���

���������! �����!��#���������������_`��^�*��#������ ���!�������*�� ��$��#����*��������}� ����*��������{�___��������� ����

!�������������������������������������� ����#����� ����#��������������~'������<����!��#� ��� ��� ������ ������ ������ ��>?� Vernon Davis�>\� ���� ��� � ���!��#��^���������������� ��"__� ���>���� ��!����������!^������*������{{� ����� ����}��������!��]�����*������ �"{{���#����>�

GOLDMINE:���� ����`����`���������������� �����������!�������� ����}���¯��� �������*��������� ���������<��#������������������������ ����]��*����*���

���]������������!�����������������������������^�� ����������^���������������^!����� ������� ��#��*� ��#�� �� ��]��� ��� � �� �� ��� �##��� ���� � ����������� �*������#����� �����#*����������� �����!��#�����������! ����*�� ���^���������� �����������*�^� ����������������#��� �����������#���#�#�!�#�#��������������*������� ��������� �� ����}������������^� ��the logo in and the artist put his own little flair into it. I figured I would get � ����}��������#������ �������������!�^��������^��� ����������������^�#�probably have about 9 logos on my leg. I figured that would be a safe �������#��*�����#�

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6 JOE NEDNEY

KICKER CONTINUED ...

���������� �������!!^�������!�������� ����}��{"`*����]�������Joe Nedney has provided the 49ers with a reliable weapon on special teams, !����!��������{_�`��`{�$�~���{��!����������������!����������� ��$'�������__������#�������#����� ����}

golden left foot

2005-PRESENT NFL FIELD GOAL PCT. LEADERS- ACTIVE NFL KICKERS

Player FGM FGA PCT {��� �����|��]������#�� {{�� {""� ����� 2. Joe Nedney, SF 108 124 87.1� "�� �����¢��#�����|\� {{"� {"_� ���' $�� �������^�#��< ��� {�_� {"'� ���"�� ���� ������������\���� {_�� {�$� ���"

2005-present NFL FIELD GOAL PCT. LEADERS- 40-49 YARDS - ACTIVE NFL KICKERS

Player FGM FGA PCT 1. �������!�������� 34 40 85.0 ��� ��!��������\���� �{� ��� �$�_� "�� ������������\���� "�� "'� ���{� $�� ����#��������|���� ��� "�� �{�"� 5. Joe Nedney, SF 30 37 81.1

� ��#��*� �������!!^����������#����!�������������������� ����� ����}�in field goal percentage since 2005 from 40-49 yards among active kickers.

CAREER PCT. LEADERS - FRANCHISE HISTORY (MIN. 100 ATTEMPTS) Player FGM FGA PCT

1. Joe Nedney (2005-09) 108 124 87.12. ��*����! ����~{'��`���� {'_� ��{� ����"�� �����<�����~{'��`'"�� {��� {'{� ���_

� ��#��*�������� �������!!^�������!�����������! ��� ����*�~�����{__�����������!��]�������{_�`��`{�$������������~���{����!�����

tops from way out

FIELD GOALS MADE - 50-PLUS YARDS - FRANCHISE HISTORY Player 50-PLUS MADE 1. Joe Nedney (2005-09) 7� ��� �����<�����~{'��`'"�� �� "��� ��*����! ����~{'��`���� $�� � >���*�\�]��~{'�'`�'�� $

� ��#��*����������{���������! ��� ����*�����_`��^�*#�������#����!��joining the team in 2005.

� ��#��*����������${�������}� ����*����#�{{� ��������!��]�����*����with 1,018 career points.

NFL CAREER SCORING LEADERS - ACTIVE PLAYERS Player PTS� {�� �� ��<����*����� ��_{�� ��� �����|��]������#�� {�'��� "�� �����?���������� {�'�$� $�� ������������\���� {���$� ��� �� ��¢��*��<���� {����� ��� �#���[������������#�� {����� ��� �*���}�������������� {�$"�� ��� ����#��������|���� {���'� '�� \�]�#�������� ��� {�{_$� {_�� ¢������������^�� {�_$� 11. Joe Nedney, SF 1,018

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Date Opp W/L P/S Tot Sol Ast Sk Yds Int Yds PD FF FR Yds|���{"� ������ �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|����_� |��� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _|������ ������� }� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��$� |�}� �� {�_� _� _� _� _�_� _�_� _� _� _� _� _� _�!��{{� ���� `� ����<>�[?�~<��<�||����� � `� `� `� `� `� `� �}�<?\���������?\��?|?�[?�����<>��{'�~<��<�||���� TOTALS 4/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAREER 120/75 653 365 288 5.5 44.5 2 26 16 5 1 0

injured reserve

53 JEFF ULBRICH

(ULL-brick)

LINEBACKER

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 240 Born: 2/17/77

College: Hawaii

Exp: 10th Year (D-3B in ’00)

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CAREER HIGHS

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Ht: 6-6 Wt: 326 Born: 8/3/80

College: Illinois

Exp: 7th Year (FA in ’09)

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blocks in his last two seasons. He also registered 114 knockdowns for an� �������� �������#���"���*��#���� �����������#�����`��������`���� >��� �������#��!�#���!� � ��`���>����!!���#����� �� ����#� ��������

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He graduated with a degree in history with a minor in political science.

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two in powerlifting.

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77 TONY PASHOS

TACKLE

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AS OF NOVEMBER 3, 2009OFFENSE WR 84 Josh Morgan 15 Michael Crabtree 83 Arnaz Battle LT 65 Barry Sims 74 [Joe Staley] LG 64 David Baas 69 Tony Wragge C 66 Eric Heitmann 59 Cody Wallace RG 62 Chilo Rachal 69 Tony Wragge RT 68 Adam Snyder 61 Chris Patrick TE 85 Vernon Davis 46 Delanie WalkerWR 88 Isaac Bruce 81 Brandon Jones 89 Jason HillFB 44 Moran Norris RB 21 Frank Gore 29 Glen Coffee 24 Michael RobinsonQB 11 Alex Smith 13 Shaun Hill 7 Nate Davis

DEFENSELDE 90 Isaac Sopoaga 96 Kentwan Balmer 95 Ricky Jean Francois NT 92 Aubrayo Franklin RDE 94 Justin Smith 91 Ray McDonald 93 [Demetric Evans] SAM 99 Manny Lawson 50 Diyral Briggs TED 51 Takeo Spikes 56 Scott McKillop MIKE 52 Patrick Willis 50 Matt Wilhelm WILL 98 Parys Haralson 55 Ahmad Brooks LCB 25 Tarell Brown 22 [Nate Clements] 23 Marcus Hudson RCB 36 Shawntae Spencer 31 Dre’ Bly 20 Keith SmithSS 32 Michael Lewis 30 Reggie Smith FS 38 Dashon Goldson 26 Mark Roman 28 Curtis Taylor

SPECIAL TEAMSP 4 Andy Lee K 6 Joe Nedney H 4 Andy Lee PR 81 Brandon Jones 83 Arnaz Battle KOR 24 Michael Robinson 29 Glen Coffee LS 86 Brian Jennings

Underline - rookies [player] - injuredInjured Reserve List - CB Walt Harris (ACL); RB Thomas Clayton (ACL); LB Jeff Ulbrich (Concussion); T Tony Pashos (Shoulder)

2009 San Francisco 49ers UNOFFICIAL depth chart

David Baas ...................................BAH-sKentwan Balmer ................... KEN-twonnTarell Brown ..............................TUH-rellAhmad Brooks .........................ah-MAHDNate Clements ..................... KLEH-mintsAubrayo Franklin .................ah-BRAY-uhDashon Goldson ...................duh-SHAWNParys Haralson ................................PARISEric Heitmann ....................HEIGHT-minn

Ricky Jean Francois .... GENE FRAN-swahTony Pashos ............................PAH-shosChilo Rachal ...... ch-EYE-low, RAY-shellMark Roman ..........................ROW-minnIsaac Sopoaga .........SOAP-oh-AHH-gahTakeo Spikes ....................... tuh-KEE-ohJoe Staley .................................STAY-leeDelanie Walker ...................deh-LAY-neeTony Wragge .............................RAH-gee

Mike Singletary ............................................... Head CoachJimmy Raye ......................................Offensive CoordinatorGreg Manusky .................................Defensive CoordinatorAl Everest .................................Special Teams CoordinatorJerry Sullivan ......................... Wide Receivers/Sr. AssistantJohnnie Lynn .........Special Asst. to Head Coach/SecondaryDuane Carlisle .................. Head Strength and ConditioningShane Day .................................................. Quality ControlDave Fipp ........................................... Asst. Special TeamsChris Foerster .............................................. Offensive LineAl Harris............................................. Pass Rush SpecialistPete Hoener .......................................................Tight EndsMike Johnson ............................................... QuarterbacksVance Joseph ....................................................SecondaryJason Michael ............................................ Offensive Asst.Tom Rathman .............................................Running BacksVantz Singletary .................................... Inside LinebackersJason Tarver .......................................Outside LinebackersJim Tomsula ............................................... Defensive LineMark Uyeyama...................Asst. Strength and Conditioning

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

COACHING STAFF

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AS OF NOVEMBER 3, 2009NO PLAYER POS HT WT Birthdate EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN64 Baas, David G 6-4 330 9-28-81 5 Michigan Sarasota, FL96 Balmer, Kentwan DT 6-5 315 10-15-86 2 North Carolina Weldon, NC83 Battle, Arnaz WR 6-1 208 2-22-80 7 Notre Dame Shreveport, LA31 Bly, Dre’ CB 5-10 188 5-22-77 11 North Carolina Chesapeake, VA50 Briggs, Diyral LB 6-4 230 10-31-85 R Bowling Green Mt. Healthy, OH55 Brooks, Ahmad LB 6-3 259 3-14-84 4 Virginia Fairfax, VA25 Brown, Tarell CB 5-10 193 1-6-85 3 Texas Mesquite, TX88 Bruce, Isaac WR 6-0 188 11-10-72 16 Memphis Fort Lauderdale, FL22 Clements, Nate CB 6-0 205 12-12-79 9 Ohio State Shaker Heights, OH29 Coffee, Glen RB 6-0 209 5-1-87 R Alabama Fort Walton Beach, FL15 Crabtree, Michael WR 6-1 214 9-14-87 R Texas Tech Dallas, TX7 Davis, Nate QB 6-1 226 5-5-87 R Ball State Bellaire, OH85 Davis, Vernon TE 6-3 250 1-31-84 4 Maryland Washington, D.C.93 Evans, Demetric DT 6-4 275 9-3-79 8 Georgia Haynesville, LA92 Franklin, Aubrayo NT 6-1 317 8-27-80 7 Tennessee Johnson City, TN38 Goldson, Dashon S 6-2 200 9-18-84 3 Washington Carson, CA21 Gore, Frank RB 5-9 217 5-14-83 5 Miami Coral Gables, FL98 Haralson, Parys LB 6-0 255 1-24-84 4 Tennessee Flora, MS66 Heitmann, Eric C 6-3 312 2-24-80 8 Stanford Katy, TX89 Hill, Jason WR 6-0 202 2-20-85 3 Washington State San Francisco, CA13 Hill, Shaun QB 6-3 220 1-9-80 8 Maryland Parsons, KS23 Hudson, Marcus CB 6-2 200 11-15-82 4 North Carolina State Miami, FL95 Jean Francois, Ricky DT 6-3 295 11-23-86 R Louisiana State Miami, FL86 Jennings, Brian TE/LS 6-5 242 10-14-76 10 Arizona State Mesa, AZ81 Jones, Brandon WR 6-1 212 10-6-82 5 Oklahoma Texarkana, TX99 Lawson, Manny LB 6-5 240 7-3-84 4 North Carolina State Goldsboro, NC4 Lee, Andy P 6-2 180 8-11-82 6 Pittsburgh Westminster, SC32 Lewis, Michael S 6-1 222 4-29-80 8 Colorado Houston, TX91 McDonald, Ray DT 6-3 290 9-2-84 3 Florida Belle Glade, FL56 McKillop, Scott LB 6-1 244 3-4-86 R Pittsburgh Export, PA84 Morgan, Josh WR 6-0 219 6-20-85 2 Virginia Tech Washington, D.C.6 Nedney, Joe K 6-5 234 3-22-73 14 San Jose State San Jose, CA44 Norris, Moran FB 6-1 250 6-16-78 9 Kansas Houston, TX61 Patrick, Chris T 6-5 305 8-22-84 1 Nebraska Ithaca, MI62 Rachal, Chilo T/G 6-4 315 3-15-86 2 Southern California Compton, CA24 Robinson, Michael RB 6-1 223 2-6-83 4 Penn State Richmond, VA26 Roman, Mark S 5-11 205 3-26-77 10 Louisiana State Lafayette, LA65 Sims, Barry T 6-5 300 12-1-74 11 Utah Park City, UT11 Smith, Alex QB 6-4 217 5-7-84 5 Utah San Diego, CA94 Smith, Justin DT 6-4 285 9-30-79 9 Missouri Jefferson City, MO20 Smith, Keith CB 5-11 191 3-20-80 6 McNeese State Leesville, LA30 Smith, Reggie S 6-1 200 9-3-86 2 Oklahoma Edmond, OK68 Snyder, Adam T/G 6-6 325 1-30-82 5 Oregon Fullerton, CA90 Sopoaga, Isaac DT 6-2 330 9-4-81 6 Hawaii Pago Pago, American Samoa36 Spencer, Shawntae CB 6-1 190 2-22-82 6 Pittsburgh Rankin, PA51 Spikes, Takeo LB 6-2 242 12-17-76 12 Auburn Sandersville, GA74 Staley, Joe T 6-5 315 8-30-84 3 Central Michigan Rockford, MI28 Taylor, Curtis S 6-2 209 7-13-85 R Louisiana State Bogalusa, LA46 Walker, Delanie TE 6-0 242 8-12-84 4 Central Missouri Pomona, CA59 Wallace, Cody C 6-4 300 11-26-84 2 Texas A&M Cuero, TX57 Wilhelm, Matt LB 6-2 245 2-2-81 7 Ohio State Oberlin, OH52 Willis, Patrick LB 6-1 240 1-25-85 3 Mississippi Bruceton, TN69 Wragge, Tony G 6-4 310 8-14-79 5 New Mexico State Creighton, NE

INJURED RESERVE 33 Clayton, Thomas RB 5-11 222 4-26-84 1 Kansas State Alexandria, VA27 Harris, Walt CB 5-11 196 8-10-74 14 Mississippi State LaGrange, GA77 Pashos, Tony T 6-6 326 8-3-80 7 Illinois Lockport, IL53 Ulbrich, Jeff LB 6-0 240 2-17-77 10 Hawaii San Jose, CA

PRACTICE SQUAD 75 Boone, Alex T 6-7 328 5-4-87 R Ohio State Lakewood, OH58 Burnett, Martail LB 6-3 262 1-10-85 1 Utah Los Angeles, CA49 Finley, Joe Jon TE 6-6 251 1-30-85 1 Oklahoma Arlington, TX25 Lattimore, Keon RB 5-11 222 7-6-84 1 Maryland Lakeland, FL47 Miller, Brit FB 6-0 243 9-15-86 R Illinois Decatur, IL60 Mitchell, Khalif DT 6-5 318 4-7-85 R East Carolina Virginia Beach, VA17 Zeigler, Dominique WR 6-3 185 10-11-84 2 Baylor Kalamazoo, MI

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AS OF NOVEMBER 3, 2009NO PLAYER POS HT WT AGE EXP COLLEGE ACQUIRED4 Andy Lee P 6-2 180 27 6 Pittsburgh D-6A in ‘046 Joe Nedney K 6-5 234 36 14 San Jose State FA in’057 Nate Davis QB 6-1 226 22 R Ball State D-5B in ‘0911 Alex Smith QB 6-4 217 25 5 Utah D-1 in ‘0513 Shaun Hill QB 6-3 220 29 8 Maryland UFA in ‘0615 Michael Crabtree WR 6-1 214 22 R Texas Tech D-1 in ‘0920 Keith Smith CB 5-11 191 29 6 McNeese State FA in ‘0921 Frank Gore RB 5-9 217 26 5 Miami D-3A in ‘0522 Nate Clements CB 6-0 205 29 9 Ohio State UFA in ‘0723 Marcus Hudson CB 6-2 200 26 4 North Carolina State D-6B in ‘0624 Michael Robinson RB 6-1 223 26 4 Penn State D-4 in ‘0625 Tarell Brown CB 5-10 193 24 3 Texas D-5 in ‘0726 Mark Roman S 5-11 205 32 10 Louisiana State FA in ‘0628 Curtis Taylor S 6-2 209 24 R Louisiana State D-7A in ‘0929 Glen Coffee RB 6-0 209 22 R Alabama D-3 in ‘0930 Reggie Smith S 6-1 200 23 2 Oklahoma D-3 in ‘0831 Dre’ Bly CB 5-10 188 32 11 North Carolina FA in ‘0932 Michael Lewis S 6-1 222 29 8 Colorado UFA in ‘0736 Shawntae Spencer CB 6-1 190 27 6 Pittsburgh D-2B in ‘0438 Dashon Goldson S 6-2 200 25 3 Washington D-4B in ‘0744 Moran Norris FB 6-1 250 31 9 Kansas UFA in ‘0946 Delanie Walker TE 6-0 242 25 4 Central Missouri D-6A in ‘0650 Diyral Briggs LB 6-4 230 24 R Bowling Green FA in ‘0951 Takeo Spikes LB 6-2 242 32 12 Auburn FA in ‘0852 Patrick Willis LB 6-1 240 24 3 Mississippi D-1A in ‘0755 Ahmad Brooks LB 6-3 259 25 4 Virginia W in ‘08 (Cin.)56 Scott McKillop LB 6-1 244 23 R Pittsburgh D-5A in ‘0957 Matt Wilhelm LB 6-4 245 28 7 Ohio State FA in ‘0959 Cody Wallace C 6-4 300 24 2 Texas A&M D-4 in ‘0861 Chris Patrick T 6-5 305 25 1 Nebraska FA in ‘0962 Chilo Rachal T/G 6-4 315 23 2 Southern California D-2 in ‘0864 David Baas G 6-4 330 28 5 Michigan D-2 in ‘0565 Barry Sims T 6-5 300 34 11 Utah FA in ‘0866 Eric Heitmann C 6-3 312 29 8 Stanford D-7A in ‘0268 Adam Snyder T/G 6-6 325 27 5 Oregon D-3B in ‘0569 Tony Wragge G 6-4 310 30 5 New Mexico State FA in ‘0574 Joe Staley T 6-5 315 25 3 Central Michigan D-1B in ‘0781 Brandon Jones WR 6-1 212 27 5 Oklahoma UFA in ‘0983 Arnaz Battle WR 6-1 208 29 7 Notre Dame D-6 in ‘0384 Josh Morgan WR 6-0 219 24 2 Virginia Tech D-6 in ‘0885 Vernon Davis TE 6-3 250 25 4 Maryland D-1A in ‘0686 Brian Jennings TE/LS 6-5 242 33 10 Arizona State D-7B in ‘0088 Isaac Bruce WR 6-0 188 36 16 Memphis FA in ‘0889 Jason Hill WR 6-0 202 24 3 Washington State D-3A in ‘0790 Isaac Sopoaga DT 6-2 330 28 6 Hawaii D-4A in ‘0491 Ray McDonald DT 6-3 290 25 3 Florida D-3B in ‘0792 Aubrayo Franklin NT 6-1 317 29 7 Tennessee UFA in ‘0793 Demetric Evans DT 6-4 275 30 8 Georgia UFA in ‘0994 Justin Smith DT 6-4 285 30 9 Missouri UFA in ‘0895 Ricky Jean Francois DT 6-3 295 22 R Louisiana State D-7B in ‘0996 Kentwan Balmer DT 6-5 315 23 2 North Carolina D-1 in ‘0898 Parys Haralson LB 6-0 255 25 4 Tennessee D-5 in ‘0699 Manny Lawson LB 6-5 240 25 4 North Carolina State D-1B in ‘06 INJURED RESERVE 27 Walt Harris CB 5-11 196 35 14 Mississippi State UFA in ‘0633 Thomas Clayton RB 5-11 222 25 1 Kansas State D-6 in ‘0753 Jeff Ulbrich LB 6-0 240 32 10 Hawaii D-3B in ‘0077 Tony Pashos T 6-6 326 29 7 Illinois FA in ‘09 PRACTICE SQUAD 17 Dominique Zeigler WR 6-3 185 25 2 Baylor FA in ‘0725 Keon Lattimore RB 5-11 222 25 1 Maryland FA in ‘0947 Brit Miller FB 6-0 243 23 R Illinois W in ‘09 (Car.)49 Joe Jon Finley TE 6-6 251 24 1 Oklahoma FA in ‘0858 Martail Burnett LB 6-3 262 24 1 Utah FA in ‘0960 Khalif Mitchell DT 6-5 318 24 R East Carolina FA in ‘0975 Alex Boone T 6-7 328 22 R Ohio State FA in ‘09

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AS OF NOVEMBER 3, 2009NO PLAYER POS HT WT DOB EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN ACQUIREDQUARTERBACKS (3) 7 Davis, Nate QB 6-1 226 5-5-87 R Ball State Bellaire, OH D-5B in ‘0911 Smith, Alex QB 6-4 217 5-7-84 5 Utah San Diego, CA D-1 in ‘0513 Hill, Shaun QB 6-3 220 1-9-80 8 Maryland Parsons, KS UFA in ‘06 RUNNING BACKS (4) 21 Gore, Frank RB 5-9 217 5-14-83 5 Miami Coral Gables, FL D-3A in ‘0524 Robinson, Michael RB 6-1 223 2-6-83 4 Penn State Richmond, VA D-4 in ‘0629 Coffee, Glen RB 6-0 209 5-1-87 R Alabama Fort Walton Beach, FL D-3 in ‘0944 Norris, Moran FB 6-1 250 6-16-78 9 Kansas Houston, TX UFA in ‘09 WIDE RECEIVERS (6) 15 Crabtree, Michael WR 6-1 214 9-14-87 R Texas Tech Dallas, TX D-1 in ‘0981 Jones, Brandon WR 6-1 212 10-6-82 5 Oklahoma Texarkana, TX UFA in ‘0983 Battle, Arnaz WR 6-1 208 2-22-80 7 Notre Dame Shreveport, LA D-6 in ‘0384 Morgan, Josh WR 6-0 219 6-20-85 2 Virginia Tech Washington, D.C. D-6 in ‘0888 Bruce, Isaac WR 6-0 188 11-10-72 16 Memphis Fort Lauderdale, FL FA in ‘0889 Hill, Jason WR 6-0 202 2-20-85 3 Washington State San Francisco, CA D-3A in ‘07 TIGHT ENDS (2) 46 Walker, Delanie TE 6-0 242 8-12-84 4 Central Missouri Pomona, CA D-6A in ‘0685 Davis, Vernon TE 6-3 250 1-31-84 4 Maryland Washington, D.C. D-1A in ‘06 OFFENSIVE LINE (9) 59 Wallace, Cody C 6-4 300 11-26-84 2 Texas A&M Cuero, TX D-4 in ‘0861 Patrick, Chris T 6-5 305 8-22-84 1 Nebraska Ithaca, MI FA in ‘0962 Rachal, Chilo T/G 6-4 315 3-15-86 2 Southern California Compton, CA D-2 in ‘0864 Baas, David G 6-4 330 9-28-81 5 Michigan Sarasota, FL D-2 in ‘0565 Sims, Barry T 6-5 300 12-1-74 11 Utah Park City, UT FA in ‘0866 Heitmann, Eric C 6-3 312 2-24-80 8 Stanford Katy, TX D-7A in ‘0268 Snyder, Adam T/G 6-6 325 1-30-82 5 Oregon Fullerton, CA D-3B in ‘0569 Wragge, Tony G 6-4 310 8-14-79 5 New Mexico State Creighton, NE FA in ‘0574 Staley, Joe T 6-5 315 8-30-84 3 Central Michigan Rockford, MI D-1B in ‘07 DEFENSIVE LINE (7) 90 Sopoaga, Isaac DT 6-2 330 9-4-81 6 Hawaii Pago Pago, American Samoa D-4A in ‘0491 McDonald, Ray DT 6-3 290 9-2-84 3 Florida Belle Glade, FL D-3B in ‘0792 Franklin, Aubrayo NT 6-1 317 8-27-80 7 Tennessee Johnson City, TN UFA in ‘0793 Evans, Demetric DT 6-4 275 9-3-79 8 Georgia Haynesville, LA UFA in ‘0994 Smith, Justin DT 6-4 285 9-30-79 9 Missouri Jefferson City, MO UFA in ‘0895 Jean Francois, Ricky DT 6-3 295 11-23-86 R Louisiana State Miami, FL D-7B in ‘0996 Balmer, Kentwan DT 6-5 315 10-15-86 2 North Carolina Weldon, NC D-1 in ‘08 LINEBACKERS (8) 50 Briggs, Diyral LB 6-4 230 10-31-85 R Bowling Green Mt. Healthy, OH FA in ‘0951 Spikes, Takeo LB 6-2 242 12-17-76 12 Auburn Sandersville, GA FA in ‘0852 Willis, Patrick LB 6-1 240 1-25-85 3 Mississippi Bruceton, TN D-1A in ‘0755 Brooks, Ahmad LB 6-3 259 3-14-84 4 Virginia Fairfax, VA W in ‘08 (Cin.)56 McKillop, Scott LB 6-1 244 3-4-86 R Pittsburgh Export, PA D-5A in ‘0957 Wilhelm, Matt LB 6-4 245 2-2-81 7 Ohio State Oberlin, OH FA in ‘0998 Haralson, Parys LB 6-0 255 1-24-84 4 Tennessee Flora, MS D-5 in ‘0699 Lawson, Manny LB 6-5 240 7-3-84 4 North Carolina State Goldsboro, NC D-1B in ‘06 DEFENSIVE BACKS (11) 20 Smith, Keith CB 5-11 191 3-20-80 6 McNeese State Leesville, LA FA in ‘0922 Clements, Nate CB 6-0 205 12-12-79 9 Ohio State Shaker Heights, OH UFA in ‘0723 Hudson, Marcus CB 6-2 200 11-15-82 4 North Carolina State Miami, FL D-6B in ‘0625 Brown, Tarell CB 5-10 193 1-6-85 3 Texas Mesquite, TX D-5 in ‘0726 Roman, Mark S 5-11 205 3-26-77 10 Louisiana State Lafayette, LA FA in ‘0628 Taylor, Curtis S 6-2 209 7-13-85 R Louisiana State Bogalusa, LA D-7A in ‘0930 Smith, Reggie S 6-1 200 9-3-86 2 Oklahoma Edmond, OK D-3 in ‘0831 Bly, Dre’ CB 5-10 188 5-22-77 11 North Carolina Chesapeake, VA FA in ‘0932 Lewis, Michael S 6-1 222 4-29-80 8 Colorado Houston, TX UFA in ‘0736 Spencer, Shawntae CB 6-1 190 2-22-82 6 Pittsburgh Rankin, PA D-2B in ‘0438 Goldson, Dashon S 6-2 200 9-18-84 3 Washington Carson, CA D-4B in ‘07 SPECIAL TEAMS (3) 4 Lee, Andy P 6-2 180 8-11-82 6 Pittsburgh Westminster, SC D-6A in ‘046 Nedney, Joe K 6-5 234 3-22-73 14 San Jose State San Jose, CA FA in ‘0586 Jennings, Brian TE/LS 6-5 242 10-14-76 10 Arizona State Mesa, AZ D-7B in ‘00 INJURED RESERVE (4) 27 Harris, Walt CB 5-11 196 8-10-74 14 Mississippi State LaGrange, GA FA in ‘0633 Clayton, Thomas RB 5-11 222 4-26-84 1 Kansas State Alexandria, VA D-6 in ‘0753 Ulbrich, Jeff LB 6-0 240 2-17-77 10 Hawaii San Jose, CA D-3B in ‘0077 Pashos, Tony T 6-6 326 8-3-80 7 Illinois Lockport, IL FA in ‘09

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ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE HOW THEY WERE BUILT PLAYER EXP GP/GS W/ SF YEAR PLAYER ACQIsaac Bruce 16 220/200 23/21 2000 Jeff Ulbrich # D3bJoe Nedney 14 160/0 70/0 Brian Jennings D7bWalt Harris # 14 193/173 46/46 2002 Eric Heitmann D7aTakeo Spikes 12 163/159 23/20 2003 Arnaz Battle D6Barry Sims 11 157/127 21/8 2004 Shawntae Spencer D2bDre’ Bly 11 158/111 7/0 Isaac Sopoaga D4aBrian Jennings 10 151/0 151/0 Andy Lee D6aMark Roman 10 137/102 55/44 2005 Alex Smith D1Jeff Ulbrich # 10 120/75 120/75 David Baas D2bJustin Smith 9 134/130 23/23 Frank Gore D3aNate Clements 9 134/128 38/37 Joe Nedney FAMoran Norris 9 110/41 37/15 Adam Snyder D3bMichael Lewis 8 114/96 38/38 Tony Wragge FAEric Heitmann 8 110/105 110/105 2006 Vernon Davis D1aDemetric Evans 8 103/23 7/0 Manny Lawson D1bShaun Hill 8 19/16 18/16 Michael Robinson D4Arnaz Battle 7 80/39 80/39 Parys Haralson D5Tony Pashos # 7 74/55 5/1 Delanie Walker D6aAubrayo Franklin 7 73/35 37/34 Marcus Hudson D6bMatt Wilhelm 7 73/22 2/0 Shaun Hill FAAndy Lee 6 87/0 87/0 Mark Roman FAKeith Smith 6 71/5 0/0 Walt Harris # FAIsaac Sopoaga 6 70/30 70/30 2007 Patrick Willis D1aShawntae Spencer 6 64/47 64/47 Joe Staley D1bAdam Snyder 5 67/45 67/45 Jason Hill D3aDavid Baas 5 67/29 67/29 Ray McDonald D3bFrank Gore 5 64/51 64/51 Dashon Goldson D4bBrandon Jones 5 54/27 3/0 Tarell Brown D5Tony Wragge 5 45/16 43/15 Thomas Clayton # D6Alex Smith 5 34/31 34/31 Nate Clements FAMichael Robinson 4 54/2 54/2 Aubrayo Franklin FAVernon Davis 4 47/45 47/45 Michael Lewis FAParys Haralson 4 46/28 46/28 2008 Kentwan Balmer D1Delanie Walker 4 45/16 45/16 Chilo Rachal D2Marcus Hudson 4 41/0 41/0 Reggie Smith D3Manny Lawson 4 39/30 39/30 Cody Wallace D4Ahmad Brooks 4 18/7 5/0 Josh Morgan D6Patrick Willis 3 39/39 39/39 Isaac Bruce FAJoe Staley 3 39/39 39/39 Barry Sims FARay McDonald 3 31/9 31/9 Justin Smith FATarell Brown 3 31/2 31/2 Takeo Spikes FAJason Hill 3 23/2 23/2 Ahmad Brooks WDashon Goldson 3 26/7 26/7 2009 Michael Crabtree D1Kentwan Balmer 2 23/0 23/0 Glenn Coffee D3Josh Morgan 2 19/8 19/8 Scott McKillop D5aChilo Rachal 2 15/12 15/12 Nate Davis D5bReggie Smith 2 5/0 5/0 Curtis Taylor D7aCody Wallace 2 0/0 0/0 Ricky Jean Francois D7bThomas Clayton # 1 0/0 0/0 Dré Bly FAChris Patrick 1 0/0 0/0 Diyral Briggs FADiyral Briggs R 0/0 0/0 Demetric Evans Ufa*glen Coffee R 7/2 7/2 Brandon Jones UFAMichael Crabtree R 2/2 2/2 Moran Norris UFANate Davis R 0/0 0/0 Tony Pashos # FARicky Jean Francois R 0/0 0/0 Chris Patrick FAScott McKillop R 7/0 7/0 Keith Smith FACurtis Taylor R 2/0 2/0 Matt Wilhelm FA # - Denotes player on the Injured Reserve List

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2009 San Francisco 49ers participation chart ARI SEA MIN STL ATL HOU IND TEN CHI GB JAC SEA ARI PHI DET STL 9-13 9-20 9-27 10-4 10-11 10-25 11-1 11-8 11-12 11-22 11-29 12-6 12-14 12-20 12-27 1-3 GP/GS/DNP/IABaas, David LG LG LG LG LG LG LG 7/7/0/0Balmer, Kentwan P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Battle, Arnaz P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Bly, Dre’ P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Boone, Alex PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0/0/0Briggs, Diyral PS PS PS PS PS PS IA 0/0/0/1Brooks, Ahmad IA IA P P P P P 5/0/0/2Brown, Tarell P P P P P P CB 7/1/0/0Bruce, Isaac WR WR WR WR WR WR P 7/7/0/0Burnett, Martail NR NR NR NR PS PS PS 0/0/0/0Butler, Carson NR NR NR NR NR NR PS 0/0/0/0Clements, Nate CB CB CB CB CB CB P 7/6/0/0Coffee, Glen P P P RB RB P P 7/2/0/0Collins, Dobson PS PS PS PS NR NR NR 0/0/0/0Crabtree, Michael NR NR NR NR EXP WR WR 2/2/0/0Davis, Nate EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ IA EQ 0/0/0/7Davis, Vernon TE TE TE TE TE TE TE 7/7/0/0Evans, Demetric P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Finley, Joe Jon PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0/0/0Franklin, Aubrayo NT NT NT NT NT NT NT 7/7/0/0Goldson, Dashon FS FS FS FS FS FS FS 7/7/0/0Gore, Frank RB RB RB IA IA RB RB 5/5/0/2Haralson, Parys WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL WILL 7/7/0/0Harris, Marques P P IA P IA P NR 4/0/0/2Heitmann, Eric C C C C C C C 7/7/0/0Hill, Jason IA IA IA P P P IA 3/0/0/4Hill, Shaun QB QB QB QB QB QB DNP 7/6/0/0Hudson, Marcus P IA IA P P P P 5/0/0/2Jean Francois, Ricky IA IA IA IA IA IA IA 0/0/0/7Jennings, Brian P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Jones, Brandon IA IA IA P P IA P 3/0/0/4Lattimore, Keon NR NR NR NR NR PS PS 0/0/0/0Lawson, Manny SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM 7/7/0/0Lee, Andy P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Lewis, Michael SS SS SS SS SS IA SS 6/6/0/1McDonald, Ray P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0McKillop, Scott P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Miller, Brit PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0/0/0Mitchell, Khalif NR NR NR NR NR PS PS 0/0/0/0Morgan, Josh WR WR WR WR WR WR WR 7/7/0/0Nedney, Joe P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Norris, Moran FB FB FB P P P P 7/3/0/0Patrick, Chris NR NR NR NR NR NR IA 0/0/0/1Pashos, Tony DNP P P P P RT IR 5/1/1/0Rachal, Chilo RG RG RG RG RG P RG 7/6/0/0Radovich, Drew PS PS PS PS PS NR NR 0/0/0/0Robinson, Michael P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Roman, Mark P P P P P SS P 7/1/0/0Rossum, Allen P P P IA IA NR NR 3/0/0/2Sheets, Kory PS PS PS PS PS NR NR 0/0/0/0Sims, Barry P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Smith, Alex DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP P QB 2/1/5/0Smith, Justin DT DT DT DT DT DT DT 7/7/0/0Smith, Keith NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 0/0/0/0Smith, Reggie IA P P IA IA IA IA 2/0/0/5Snyder, Adam RT RT RT RT RT RG RT 7/7/0/0Sopoaga, Isaac DT DT DT DT DT DT DT 7/7/0/0Spencer, Shawntae CB CB CB CB CB CB CB 7/7/0/0Spikes, Takeo TED TED TED TED TED TED TED 7/7/0/0Spurlock, Micheal P P P IA P IA IA 4/0/0/3Staley, Joe LT LT LT LT LT LT LT 7/7/0/0Taylor, Curtis IA IA IA IA IA P P 2/0/0/5Ulbrich, Jeff P P P P P IR IR 5/0/0/0Walker, Delanie P P P TE TE P TE 7/3/0/0Wallace, Cody IA IA IA IA IA IA IA 0/0/0/7Wilhelm, Matt NR NR NR NR NR P P 2/0/0/0Willis, Patrick MIKE MIKE MIKE MIKE MIKE MIKE MIKE 7/7/0/0Wragge, Tony P P P P P P P 7/0/0/0Zeigler, Dominique PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0/0/0 Position = Starter, P = Played, DNP = Did Not Play, IA = Inactive, IR = Injured Reserve, EQ = Emergency Quarterback, PUP = Physically Unable to Perform, NR = Not on Roster, PS = Practice Squad, NFI = Non-Football Injury, SUS = Suspended, EXP = Roster Exemption, PSI = Practice Squad/Injured, BYE – Week 6

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2009 san francisco 49ers game-by-game startersOFFENSE

Opp WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR FB RB QB Otherat Arz Morgan Staley Baas Heitmann Rachal Snyder Davis Bruce Norris Gore Hill Sea Morgan Staley Baas Heitmann Rachal Snyder Davis Bruce Norris Gore Hill at Min Morgan Staley Baas Heitmann Rachal Snyder Davis Bruce Norris Gore Hill StL Morgan Staley Baas Heitmann Rachal Snyder Davis Bruce Coffee Hill Walker (TE)Atl Morgan Staley Baas Heitmann Rachal Snyder Davis Bruce Coffee Hill Walker (TE)at Hou Morgan Staley Baas Heitmann Snyder Pashos Davis Bruce Gore Hill Crabtree (WR)at Ind Morgan Staley Baas Heitmann Rachal Snyder Davis Crabtree Gore A. Smith Walker (TE)Ten Chi at GB Jax at Sea Arz at Phi Det at StL

DEFENSEOpp LDT NT RDT SAM TED MIKE WILL LCB RCB SS FS Otherat Arz Sopoaga Franklin J. Smith Lawson Spikes Willis Haralson Clements Spencer Lewis Goldson Sea Sopoaga Franklin J. Smith Lawson Spikes Willis Haralson Clements Spencer Lewis Goldson at Min Sopoaga Franklin J. Smith Lawson Spikes Willis Haralson Clements Spencer Lewis Goldson StL Sopoaga Franklin J. Smith Lawson Spikes Willis Haralson Clements Spencer Lewis Goldson Atl Sopoaga Franklin J. Smith Lawson Spikes Willis Haralson Clements Spencer Lewis Goldson at Hou Sopoaga Franklin J. Smith Lawson Spikes Willis Haralson Clements Spencer Roman Goldson at Ind Sopoaga Franklin J. Smith Lawson Spikes Willis Haralson Brown Spencer Lewis Goldson Ten Chi at GB Jax at Sea Arz at Phi Det at StL

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1-2 Signed WR Mark Bradford, TE Joe Jon Finley, T Joe Toledo, LB Justin Roland to future contracts

1-8 Named Tom Rathman running backs coach1-12 Named Al Harris pass rush specialist coach and Vantz

Singletary inside linebackers coach1-22 Signed DB Jimmy Williams1-23 Signed WR Micheal Spurlock1-29 Signed WR Maurice Price2-6 Named Jimmy Raye offensive coordinator and Mike Johnson

quarterbacks coach2-10 Waived LB Tully Banta-Cain and S Keith Lewis2-28 Signed WR Brandon Jones3-2 Signed FB Moran Norris3-4 Signed QB Damon Huard and LB Takeo Spikes3-6 Named Jason Michael offensive assistant3-10 Signed DE Demetric Evans; KR/PR Allen Rossum and LB Mark

Washington3-16 Signed S Lewis Baker and LB Mark Washington3-27 Released T Jonas Jennings3-30 Signed T Marvel Smith4-16 Signed LB Parys Haralson to a four-year contract extension.

Signed K Joe Nedney to a two-year contract extension.4-25 Selected WR Michael Crabtree in the first round (10th overall)

of the 2009 NFL draft. Traded second round (43rd overall) draft choice and fourth round (111th overall) draft choice to Carolina for the Panthers 2010 first round choice.

4-26 Selected Glen Coffee in the third round (74th overall). Selected LB Scott McKillop in the fifth round (146th overall). Selected QB Nate Davis in the fifth round (171st overall). Selected TE Bear Pascoe in the sixth round (184th overall). Selected S Curtis Taylor in the seventh round (219th overall). Selected DT Ricky Jean Francois in the seventh round (244th overall).

4-30 Signed LB Marques Harris to a one-year contract. Signed the following rookie free agents: OT Alex Boone, LB Diy-ral Briggs, WR Dobson Collins, DE Pannel Egboh, QB Kir-by Freeman, G Kyle Howard, G/C Matthew Huners, CB Terrail Lambert, DE Khalif Mitchell, RB Kory Sheets, CB Car-los Thomas, CB Jahi Word-Daniels

5-1 Signed K Alex Romero5-12 Released QB Kirby Freeman5-14 Signed draft picks LB Scott McKillop and Ricky Jean

Francois each to four-year contracts5-18 Signed draft pick S Curtis Taylor to a four-year contract and

released CB Jimmy Williams5-21 Signed CB DrE’ Bly5-27 Signed draft pick TE Bear Pascoe to a four-year contract6-4 Signed T Joe Staley to a six-year contract extension6-6 Signed LS Brian Jennings to a five-year contract extension7-7 Claimed FB Brit Miller off waivers (Carolina)7-24 Signed draft pick QB Nate Davis to a four-year contract and

waived S Lewis Baker7-27 Signed draft pick RB Glen Coffee to a four-year contract7-29 Placed CB Walt Harris (ACL) on the Injured Reserve List. Placed

DT Ricky Jean Francois on the Non-Football Illness List7-30 Signed DL Babatunde Oshinowo

7-31 Placed DE Ray McDonald on the Active Physically Unable to Perform List. Released G Matthew Huners. Signed G/C Matt Spanos

8-5 Activated DL Ricky Jean Francois from the Non-Football Ill-ness list

8-7 Signed WR Chris Francies and released DL Babatunde Oshinowo

8-16 RB Thomas Clayton was waived/injured. Signed FB Bill Rent-meester

8-20 FB Zak Keasey was waived/injured. Signed CB Eric Green to a one-year contract

8-24 DE Ray McDonald passed a physical and has been removed from the Active Physically Unable to Perform List.

8-29 T Marvel Smith announced his retirement8-30 Waived the following players: WR Mark Bradford, WR Chris

Francies, K Alex Romero, CB Carlos Thomas, CB Jahi Word-Daniels

9-1 Waived QB Damon Huard9-3 Waived the following players: T Jacob Bender, T Alex

Boone, WR Dobson Collins, DE Pannel Egboh, TE Joe Jon Finley, CB Eric Green, G Kyle Howard, CB Terrail Lam-bert, FB Brit Miller, DT Khalif Mitchell, LB Jay Moore, TE Bear Pascoe, WR Maurice Price, FB Bill Rentmeester, LB Justin Roland, RB Kory Sheets, G/C Matt Spanos, T Joe To-ledo, LB Mark Washington, WR Dominique Zeigler

9-6 Signed the following players to the practice squad: T Alex Boone, WR Dobson Collins, TE Joe Jon Finley, FB Brit Miller, DT Khalif Mitchell, RB Kory Sheets, WR Dominique Zeigler

9-7 Signed T Tony Pashos. Waived LB Diyral Briggs9-8 Signed LB Diyral Briggs to the practice squad; Terminated DT

Khalif Mitchell from the practice squad9-9 Signed G Drew Radovich to the practice squad10-5 Released WR Dobson Collins from the practice squad10-7 Signed draft pick WR Michael Crabtree to a six-year contract

… signed LB Martail Burnett to the practice squad10-12 Released CB/KR Allen Rossum … lifted roster exemption from

WR Michael Crabtree … released G Drew Radovich from the practice squad

10-13 Signed OL Khalif Mitchell to the practice squad10-19 LB Jeff Ulbrich was placed on Injured Reserve … Signed LB

Matt Wilhelm10-21 Signed RB Keon Lattimore to the practice squad (RB Kory

Sheets was signed by the Miami Dolphins from the 49ers prac-tice squad)

10-27 T Tony Pashos was placed on Injured Reserve ... Released LB Marques Harris … Signed LB Diyral Briggs to the active roster from the practice squad

10-28 Signed CB Tarell Brown to a three-year contract extension … Signed T Chris Patrick … Signed TE Carson Butler to the practice squad

11-3 Signed CB Keith Smith … Released WR Micheal Spurlock … Released TE Carson Butler from the practice squad

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2009 san francisco 49ers statistics9/13 W 20-16 at Arizona Cardinals 61,9819/20 W 23-10 Seattle Seahawks 69,7329/27 L 24-27 at Minnesota Vikings 63,39810/4 W 35-0 St. Louis Rams 69,73210/11 L 10-45 Atlanta Falcons 69,73210/25 L 21-24 at Houston Texans 70,82011/1 L 18-14 at Indianapolis Colts 66,22911/8 Tennessee Titans11/12 Chicago Bears11/22 at Green Bay Packers11/29 Jacksonville Jaguars12/6 at Seattle Seahawks12/14 Arizona Cardinals12/20 at Philadelphia Eagles12/27 Detroit Lions1/3 St. Louis RamsTeam Statistics 49ers OpponentsTotal First Downs 101 130 Rushing 29 30 Passing 61 87 Penalty 11 13 3rd Down: Made/Att 26/92 45/110 3rd Down Pct. 28.3% 40.9% 4th Down: Made/Att 2/5 2/6 4th Down Pct. 40.0% 33.3%Possession Avg. 29:06 30:54Total Net Yards 1927 2359 Avg. Per Game 275.3 337.0 Total Plays 395 465 Avg. Per Play 4.9 5.1Net Yards Rushing 703 594 Avg. Per Game 100.4 84.9 Total Rushes 163 183Net Yards Passing 1224 1765 Avg. Per Game 174.9 252.1 Sacked/Yards Lost 22/123 16/118 Gross Yards 1347 1883 Attempts/Completions 210/121 266/162 Completion Pct. 57.6% 60.9% Had Intercepted 4 6Punts/Average 48/48.0 43/46.3Net Punting Avg. 41.8 41.8Penalties/Yards 46/385 57/457Fumbles/Ball Lost 12/5 12/4Touchdowns 18 15 Rushing 5 5 Passing 9 9 Returns 4 1Score By Periods Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Pts49ers 30 41 31 45 0 147Opponents 31 63 20 26 0 140Scoring TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt PtsV. Davis 7 0 7 0 0/0 0/0 0 42J. Nedney 0 0 0 0 18/18 7/9 0 39F. Gore 5 4 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 30N. Clements 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6P. Willis 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6R. McDonald 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6J. Morgan 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6S. McKillop 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6G. Coffee 1 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 649ers 18 5 9 4 18/18 7/9 0 147Opponents 15 5 9 1 14/14 12/14 0 140Sacks: R. McDonald 3.0, P. Willis 2.5, A. Franklin 2.0, M. Lawson 1.5, A. Brooks 1.0, D. Goldson 1.0, P. Haralson 1.0, M. Roman 1.0, J. Smith 1.0, I. Sopoaga 1.0, T. Spikes 1.0 49ers: 16.0, Opponents: 22.0

Fumbles Lost: A. Battle 1, M. Crabtree 1, D. Bly 1, S. Hill 1, D. Walker 1 Total: 5Opponent Fumble Recoveries: D. Goldson 1, M. Lewis 1, R. McDonald 1, S. McKillop 1 Total: 4

Passing Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost RatingS. Hill 155 87 943 56.1% 6.1 5 3.2% 2 1.3% 61 18/107 79.6A. Smith 54 34 404 63.0% 7.5 4 7.4% 2 3.7% 29t 4/16 95.0M. Spurlock 1 0 0 0.0% 0.0 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0/0 39.649ers 210 121 1347 57.6% 6.4 9 4.3% 4 1.9% 61 22/123 83.2Opponents 266 162 1883 60.9% 7.1 9 3.4% 6 2.3% 90t 16/118 84.2

Rushing No Yds Avg Long TDF. Gore 65 364 5.6 80t 4G. Coffee 74 194 2.6 17 1S. Hill 8 70 8.8 22 0M. Norris 9 32 3.6 15 0A. Smith 3 26 8.7 11 0D. Walker 1 16 16.0 16 0J. Morgan 1 6 6.0 6 0M. Spurlock 1 3 3.0 3 0I. Bruce 1 -8 -8.0 -8 049ers 163 703 4.3 80t 5Opponents 183 594 3.2 35 5Receiving No Yds Avg Long TDV. Davis 32 375 11.7 31 7I. Bruce 19 241 12.7 50 0J. Morgan 18 267 14.8 61 1F. Gore 15 115 7.7 15 1M. Crabtree 11 137 12.5 27 0G. Coffee 10 69 6.9 12 0A. Battle 5 40 8.0 12 0D. Walker 4 68 17.0 39 0M. Norris 4 23 5.8 11 0M. Robinson 3 12 4.0 8 049ers 121 1347 11.1 61 9Opponents 162 1883 11.6 90t 9Interceptions No Yds Avg Long TDP. Willis 2 27 13.5 23t 1D. Bly 1 31 31.0 31 0N. Clements 1 8 8.0 8 0S. Spencer 1 2 2.0 2 0D. Goldson 1 0 0.0 0 049ers 6 68 11.3 31 1Opponents 4 43 10.8 29 0Punting No Yds Avg Net TB In Lg BA. Lee 48 2304 48.0 41.8 3 15 64 049ers 48 2304 48.0 41.8 3 15 64 0Opponents 43 1990 46.3 41.8 3 11 67 0Punt Returns Ret FC Yds Avg Long TDA. Rossum 12 1 84 7.0 14 0A. Battle 5 5 5 1.0 3 0N. Clements 4 1 38 9.5 12 0B.Jones 2 0 6 3.0 3 049ers 23 7 133 5.8 14 0Opponents 32 8 238 7.4 32 0Kickoff Returns No Yds Avg Long TDM. Robinson 10 231 23.1 40 0A. Rossum 7 152 21.7 40 0D. Walker 4 81 20.3 25 0K. Balmer 1 3 3.0 3 049ers 22 467 21.2 40 0Opponents 27 625 23.1 101t 1Field Goals 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+J. Nedney 0/ 0 0/ 0 5/ 5 1/ 3 1/ 149ers 0/ 0 0/ 0 5/ 5 1/ 3 1/ 1Opponents 0/ 0 1/ 1 4/ 4 5/ 6 2/ 3Nedney: (37G, 50G) (37G, 42G, 39G) (37G) (43N) (39G, 48N) () ()Opponents: (44G, 29G, 43G) (36G) (40G, 52G 44B) (51N) (40G) (50G) (38G, 33G, 31G, 40G)

2-Pt. Converstions: 49ers 0/0, Opponents 0/1

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2009 defensive & special teams statistics

DEFENSIVE STATS TACKLES For QuarterbackPLAYER Total Solo Asst Loss Sacks Hits Pres INT PD FF FR PTSWillis, LB 75 51 24 6 2.5 3 2 2 8 2 0 286.5Goldson, S 52 39 13 0 1.0 1 0 1 2 1 1 180.5Lewis, S 45 34 11 1 0 5 0 0 2 1 1 157.5Spikes, LB 45 23 22 2 1.0 0 1 0 1 0 0 115Lawson, LB 43 28 15 2 1.5 9 13 0 0 2 0 182.5Franklin, NT 43 21 22 4.5 2.0 4 8 0 0 0 0 134.5Smith, DT 39 21 18 4 1.0 27 38 0 1 1 0 237Clements, CB 37 31 6 2 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 152Sopoaga, DT 31 14 17 0.5 1.0 4 6 0 1 0 0 98Spencer, CB 26 22 4 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 113Haralson, LB 25 15 10 2 1.0 17 27 0 2 0 0 162Roman, S 24 20 4 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 74McDonald, DT 15 8 7 0 3.0 10 21 0 0 0 1 120.5Bly, CB 14 12 2 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 0 78Balmer, DT 14 5 9 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 40.5Brooks, LB 8 6 2 2 1.0 0 3 0 0 0 0 34Evans, DT 8 1 7 0.5 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 22Hudson, S 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.5Brown, CB 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 18Harris, LB 3 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 13.5McKillop, LB 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7.5TOTALS 558 362 196 27.5 16.0 84 128 6 45 8 3 2237

SPECIAL TEAMSPLAYER Tot Solo Asst Blks FF FR BP GB PTSA. Lee 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 277S. McKillop 19 11 8 33 0 1 0 1 268M. Robinson 15 12 3 22 0 0 3 0 256T. Brown 8 3 5 30 0 0 0 1 176D. Walker 13 11 2 10 0 0 1 0 170M. Hudson 11 10 1 23 0 0 1 0 163B. Jennings 7 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 156J. Ulbrich 4 2 2 23 0 0 0 0 141M. Roman 1 0 1 43 0 0 0 0 133J. Nedney 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 122K. Balmer 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 96M. Harris 6 5 1 12 0 0 0 0 90M. Norris 1 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 89P. Haralson 6 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 84A. Battle 6 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 79C. Taylor 6 1 5 15 0 0 0 0 79D. Goldson 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 71G. Coffee 5 1 4 12 0 0 0 0 71M. Spurlock 2 2 0 6 0 0 1 0 70N. Clements 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 58M. Lawson 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 57A. Brooks 3 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 55B. Sims 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54C. Rachal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54T. Wragge 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52D. Baas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50A. Rossum 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 47A. Snyder 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47M. Wilhelm 2 2 0 7 0 0 0 0 47S. Spencer 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 41J. Staley 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40J. Hill 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 34R. McDonald 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 34R. Smith 2 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 33D. Bly 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 28D. Evans 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 28J. Smith 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22T. Spikes 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 19J. Morgan 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 15T. Pashos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7E. Heitmann 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6M. Lewis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4B. Jones 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3Totals 121 81 40 330 1 1 26 4 3426

QUARTERBACK SACKS (16.0)McDonald (3.0) - 1.0 at Arz., 1.0 vs. Sea., 1.0 at Ind. Willis (2.5) - 2.5 vs. StLFranklin (2.0) - 1.0 at Min., 1.0 at Ind. M. Lawson (1.5) - 0.5 vs. StL, 1.0 at Hou.Brooks (1.0) - 1.0 at Hou.

Goldson (1.0) - 1.0 vs. StLHaralson (1.0) - 1.0 at Arz.Roman (1.0) - 1.0 at Min.J. Smith (1.0) - 1.0 at Arz.Sopoaga (1.0) - 1.0 at Ind.Spikes (1.0) - 1.0 vs. StL

Willis (2) - 1-4 at Arz., 1-23-1 TD vs. StL Bly (1) - 1-31 vs. Atl.Clements (1) - 1-8 at Arz.

Goldson (1) - 1-0 vs. Sea.Spencer (1) - 1-2 at Min.

BLOCKED FIELD GOALS (1)McDonald (1) - at Min

SINGLE-GAME BESTSTackles: 14 by Patrick Willis at Arz.Tackles for Loss: 3 by Patrick Willis vs. StLSacks: 2.5 by Patrick Willis vs. StLPasses Defensed: 5 by Nate Clements vs. Sea.Interceptions: 1 six times, most recently by Dre’ Bly vs. Atl.Forced Fumbles: 2 by Patrick Willis vs. Atl.Fumble Recoveries: 1 three times, most recently by D. Goldson at Hou.Special Teams Tackles: 5 by Scott McKillop vs. Sea.

DEFENSIVE STATS

Special Teams Key: Tot (total tackles), Solo (solo tackle), Asst (assisted tackle), Blks (blocks), FF (forced fumble), FR (fumble recovery), BP (big play), GB (game breaker), PTS (production points as graded by coaching staff)

TOUCHDOWNS (2)Clements (1) - 59-yd. return off blocked field goal at Min.McKillop (1) - fumble recovery in end zone vs. StL

TOUCHDOWNS (2)McDonald (1) - 11-yd. fumble return vs. StL Willis (1) - 23-yd. interception return vs. StL

INTERCEPTIONS (6)

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2009 team highs and lows49ERS

Bests/High Opponent Worsts/Lows OpponentFirst Downs 17 at Houston 13 four times, last vs. AtlantaThird-Down % 39% at Arizona 0% at MinnesotaTotal Net Yards 379 vs. Seattle 203 at ArizonaOffensive Plays 60 twice, last vs. Seattle 52 at MinnesotaAvg. Per Play 6.3 vs. Seattle 3.4 at ArizonaRushing Yards 256 vs. Seattle 21 at ArizonaRushes 29 twice, last vs. St. Louis 17 vs. AtlantaRushing Avg. 8.8 vs. Seattle 0.8 at ArizonaNet Passing Yards 238 at Houston 123 vs. SeattleCompletions 21 at Houston 14 vs. St. LouisAttempts 38 vs. Atlanta 24 vs. St. LouisCompletions % 70.4% vs. Seattle 39.5% vs. AtlantaAvg. Gain Per Passing Play 7.2 at Minnesota 4.0 vs. SeattleInterceptions Thrown 0 three times, last vs. St. Louis 1 four times, last at IndianapolisFumbles Lost 0 three times, last vs. St. Louis 2 vs. AtlantaTurnovers 0 twice, last vs. St. Louis 3 vs. AtlantaPenalties 3 vs. St. Louis 11 at HoustonPenalty Yards 31 at Arizona 92 vs. AtlantaGross Punting Avg. 51.7 at Minnesota 43.6 vs. St. LouisNet Punting Avg. 46.0 at Indianapolis 39.4 vs. St. LouisTime of Poss. 34:31 vs. Seattle 23:31 vs. Atlanta

OPPONENTS Worsts/Lows Opponent Bests/Highs OpponentFirst Downs 9 vs. St. Louis 28 vs. AtlantaThird-Down % 29% twice, last vs. Seattle 57% vs. AtlantaTotal Net Yards 177 vs. St. Louis 477 vs. AtlantaOffensive Plays 57 vs. St. Louis 75 at MinnesotaAvg. Per Play 3.1 vs. St. Louis 6.6 vs. AtlantaRushing Yards 40 at Arizona 148 vs. AtlantaRushes 17 at Arizona 40 vs. AtlantaRushing Avg. 2.4 at Arizona 3.7 vs. AtlantaNet Passing Yards 82 vs. St. Louis 349 at IndianapolisCompletions 13 vs. St. Louis 32 at IndianapolisAttempts 24 vs. St. Louis 49 at IndianapolisCompletions % 52.2% at Minnesota 68.8% vs. AtlantaAvg. Gain Per Passing Play 2.8 vs. St. Louis 10.3 vs. AtlantaInterceptions Thrown 2 at Arizona 0 two times, last at IndianapolisFumbles Lost 2 vs. St. Louis 0 four times, last at IndianapolisTurnovers 3 vs. St. Louis 0 at IndianapolisPenalties 12 at Arizona 5 at IndianapolisPenalty Yards 90 vs. Atlanta 38 at IndianapolisGross Punting Avg. 37.2 at Houston 54.7 at ArizonaNet Punting Avg. 37.2 at Houston 47.1 vs. SeattleTime of Poss. 25:29 vs. Seattle 36:29 vs. Atlanta

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2009 49ers individual highsLong PlaysLongest Run (yards) 80t Frank Gore vs. Seattle 9/20/09Longest TD Run (yards) 80t Frank Gore vs. Seattle 9/20/09Longest Pass Completion (yards) 61 Shaun Hill - Josh Morgan vs. Atlanta 10/11/09Longest TD Completion (yards) 29t Alex Smith - Vernon Davis at Houston 10/25/09Longest Punt Return (yards) 14 Two times, most recently Allen Rossum vs. Seattle 9/20/09Longest Kickoff Return (yards) 40 Two times, most recently Michael Robinson at Houston 10/25/09Longest Interception Return (yards) 31 Dre’ Bly vs. Atlanta 10/11/09Longest Punt (yards) 64 Andy Lee at Arizona 9/13/09Longest Field Goal (yards) 50 Joe Nedney at Arizona 9/13/09

Single-Game HighsMost Points Scored 18 Vernon Davis at Houston 10/25/09Most Touchdowns 3 Vernon Davis at Houston 10/25/09Most Field Goals 3 Joe Nedney vs. Seattle 9/20/09Most Field Goal Attempts 3 Joe Nedney vs. Seattle 9/20/09Most Rushing Yards 207 Frank Gore vs. Seattle 9/20/09Most Rushing Attempts 25 Glen Coffee at Minnesota 9/27/09Highest Rushing Avg. (Min. 10 att.) 12.9 Frank Gore vs. Seattle 9/20/09Most Rushing Touchdowns 2 Frank Gore vs. Seattle 9/20/09Most Pass Completions 19 Two times, most recently Alex Smith at Indianapolis 11/1/09Most Pass Attempts 38 Shaun Hill vs. Atlanta 10/11/09Most Gross Passing Yards 209 Shaun Hill at Arizona 9/13/09Highest Avg. Yards/Per Att. (Min. 10 att.) 9.4 Alex Smith at Houston 10/25/09Most Passing Touchdowns 3 Alex Smith at Houston 10/25/09 Most Interceptions Thrown 1 Four times times, most recently Alex Smith at Indianapolis 11/1/09Most Times Sacked 4 Four times, most recently Alex Smith at Indianapolis 11/1/09Most Receptions 7 Two times, most recently Vernon Davis at Houston 10/25/09Most Receiving Yards 96 Vernon Davis at Minnesota 9/27/09Most Receiving Touchdowns 3 Vernon Davis at Houston 10/25/09Most Punt Returns 5 Allen Rossum vs. Seattle 9/20/09Most Punt Return Yardage 35 Allen Rossum vs. Seattle 9/20/09Most Kickoff Returns 5 Michael Robinson at Indianapolis 11/1/09Most Kickoff Return Yardage 99 Michael Robinson at Indianapolis 11/1/09Most Interceptions 1 Six times, most recently: Dre’ Bly vs. Atlanta 10/11/09Most Interception Return Yardage 31 Dre’ Bly vs. Atlanta 10/11/09Most Tackles 14 Patrick Willis at Arizona 9/13/09Most Sacks 2.5 Patrick Willis vs. St. Louis 10/4/09

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49ERS

2009 san francisco 49ers big playsRushes of 10-yards or more; Pass completions of 20-yards or more; Returns of 30-yards or more

9/13/09 AT ARIZONA

Run Pass Ret. Description 50 Shaun Hill to Isaac Bruce

CARDINALSRun Pass Ret. Description 40 Kurt Warner to Jerheme Urban15 Chris Wells run 23 Kurt Warner to Tim Hightower 25 Kurt Warner to Larry Fitzgerald

49ERS

9/20/09 VS. SEATTLE

Run Pass Ret. Description79t Frank Gore run13 Frank Gore run15 Moran Norris run80t Frank Gore run17 Shaun Hill run

SEAHAWKSRun Pass Ret. Description 21 Matt Hasselbeck to T.J. Houshmandzadeh14 Justin Forsett run 22 Seneca Wallace to T.J. Houshmandzadeh

49ERS

9/27/09 AT MINNESOTA

Run Pass Ret. Description 40 Allen Rossum kickoff return 25 Shaun Hill to Josh Morgan 30 Allen Rossum kickoff return 59t Nate Clements return off blocked field goal12 Glen Coffee run13 Glen Coffee run 31 Shaun Hill to Vernon Davis 28 Shaun Hill to Isaac Bruce 20t Shaun Hill to Vernon Davis

VIKINGSRun Pass Ret. Description35 Adrian Peterson run 30 Brett Favre to Sidney Rice 30 Brett Favre to Chester Taylor 101t Percy Harvin kickoff return 36 Brett Favre to Bernard Berrian11 Adrian Peterson run 32t Brett Favre to Greg Lewis

49ERS

10/4/09 VS. ST. LOUIS

Run Pass Ret. Description 21 Shaun Hill to Vernon Davis16 Delanie Walker run 24t Shaun Hill to Josh Morgan17 Glen Coffee run

RAMSRun Pass Ret. Description 22 Kyle Boller to Donnie Avery15 Steven Jackson run11 Steven Jackson run11 Kenneth Darby run

49ERS

10/4/09 VS. ATLANTA

Run Pass Ret. Description15 Shaun Hill run 61 Shaun Hill to Josh Morgan12 Glen Coffee run12 Shaun Hill run12 Glen Coffee run 39 Shaun Hill to Delanie Walker 31 Dre’ Bly interception return22 Shaun Hill run

FALCONSRun Pass Ret. Description 31t Matt Ryan to Roddy White 90t Matt Ryan to Roddy White33 Michael Turner run 24 Matt Ryan to Roddy White16 Michael Turner run 20 Matt Ryan to Michael Jenkins14 Jerious Norwood run

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2009 san francisco 49ers big playsRushes of 10-yards or more; Pass completions of 20-yards or more; Returns of 30-yards or more

10/25/09 AT HOUSTON

Run Pass Ret. Description 40 Michael Robinson kickoff return 29t Alex Smith to Vernon Davis11 Alex Smith run 23 Alex Smith to Josh Morgan 23t Alex Smith to Vernon Davis 22 Alex Smith to Isaac Bruce

TEXANSRun Pass Ret. Description 31 Matt Schaub to Owen Daniels13 Chris Brown run 42t Matt Schaub to Owen Daniels12 Steve Slaton run 44 Matt Schaub to Andre Johnson31 Steve Slaton run

49ERS

11/1/09 AT INDIANAPOLIS

Run Pass Ret. Description64t Frank Gore run10 Alex Smith run 27 Alex Smith to Michael Crabtree 20 Alex Smith to Isaac Bruce

COLTSRun Pass Ret. Description 32 Peyton Manning to Reggie Wayne 23 Peyton Manning to Austin Collie 32 Peyton Manning to Pierre Garcon 20 Peyton Manning to Reggie Wayne10 Joseph Addai run 22t Joseph Addai to Reggie Wayne 40 Peyton Manning to Dallas Clark13 Joseph Addai run

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L.O.S. - Line of scrimmage* - Red zone playST - Special teams play(TB) - Touchback

2009 san francisco 49ers turnover breakdown

Starting Point of ResultingDate Opponent Turnover L.O.S Turnover L.O.S. Qtr. Result (pts)9/13 at Arz P. Willis INT (K.Warner) Arz 21 Arz 40 Arz 36 1 Field Goal (3) N. Clements INT (K. Warner) Arz 20 Arz 42 Arz 34 2 Fumble (0)9/20 vs. Sea D. Goldson INT (S. Wallace) SF 45 SF 12 SF 12 3 Field Goal (3)9/27 at Min S. Spencer INT (B. Favre) Min 47 SF 37 SF 39 3 Field Goal (3)10/4 vs. StL S. McKillop FR (no FF, muffed punt) ST SF 43 End zone TD 2 Touchdown (7) P. Willis INT (K. Boller) StL 20 StL 23 TD 3 Touchdown (7) R. McDonald FR (M. Lawson FF) StL 20 StL 11 TD 4 Touchdown (7)10/11 vs. Atlanta M. Lewis FR (M. Lawson FF) Atl 39 Atl 33 Atl 33 2 Punt (0) D. Bly INT (M. Ryan) SF 13 SF 9 SF 40 3 Fumble (0)10/25 at Houston D. Goldson FR (D. Goldson FF) SF 36 SF 34 SF 34 3 Touchdown (7)11/1 at Indianapolis None

Regular Season Totals: 10 takeaways resulted in 37 points

TAKEAWAYS

Starting Point of ResultingDate Opponent Turnover L.O.S Turnover L.O.S. Qtr. Result (pts)9/13 at Arz S. Hill FUMBLE Arz 44 Arz 40 Arz 40 2 Field Goal (3)9/20 vs. Sea None 9/27 at Min S. Hill INT (C. Griffin) SF 36 Min 27 Min 27 2 Field Goal (3)10/4 vs. StL None 10/11 vs. Atlanta S. Hill INT (B. Williams) SF 19 SF 19 SF 21 1 Touchdown (7) D. Walker FUMBLE (ST) Atl 15 SF 38 SF 38 2 Touchdown (7) D. Bly FUMBLE on INT return SF 13 SF 40 SF 44 3 Field Goal (3)10/25 at Houston A. Battle FUMBLE (ST) Hou 46 SF 10 SF 10 2 Touchdown (7) A. Smith INT (E. Wilson) SF 38 Hou 38 SF 46 4 End of Game11/1 at Indianapolis A. Smith INT (B. Sanders) SF 40 Ind 37 SF 34 1 Field Goal (3) M. Crabtree FUMBLE SF 44 SF 46 SF 42 3 Punt (0)

Regular Season Totals: 9 giveaways resulted in 33 points

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2009 san francisco 49ers third down efficiency

Date Opp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10+ Totals9/13 at Arz 0/0 0/2 1/1 1/1 3/3 0/2 1/2 0/0 0/1 1/3 0/3 7/189/20 Sea 1/1 0/0 0/1 1/1 0/1 0/0 0/1 1/1 0/1 1/4 1/4 5/159/27 at Min 0/2 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/1 0/0 0/1 0/1 0/0 0/4 0/1110/4 StL 0/0 0/0 1/1 1/1 0/1 0/2 0/1 1/2 0/1 0/0 1/4 4/1310/11 Atl 1/1 1/1 0/0 0/1 1/2 0/0 0/1 0/3 0/1 1/4 0/0 4/1410/25 at Hou 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/1 0/0 2/2 1/1 0/0 0/0 0/1 1/4 4/1111/1 at Ind 2/2 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/4 2/1011/8 Ten11/12 Chi11/22 at GB11/29 Jax12/6 at Sea12/14 Arz12/20 at Phi12/27 Det1/3 at StLRegular Season Totals: 4/6 1/4 2/6 3/5 4/8 2/7 2/8 2/7 0/5 3/13 3/23 26/92 66.7 25.0 33.3 60.0 50.0 28.6 25.0 28.6 0.0 23.1 13.0 28.3

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Date Opp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10+ Totals9/13 at Arz 2/2 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/2 2/4 0/1 0/2 4/149/20 Sea 2/2 1/2 0/1 0/0 0/0 1/3 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/3 4/149/27 at Min 2/2 0/0 1/2 0/2 0/1 1/2 0/0 0/0 1/4 4/4 1/3 10/2010/4 StL 0/1 0/0 0/0 1/2 1/1 1/1 1/1 0/1 0/2 0/1 1/6 5/1610/11 Atl 3/3 0/0 1/1 1/3 0/0 1/1 0/0 1/2 1/1 0/1 0/2 8/1410/25 at Hou 2/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/2 1/1 0/0 0/0 1/2 0/1 1/5 6/1311/1 at Ind 0/1 0/4 1/1 1/4 1/1 0/1 0/0 2/2 2/2 0/2 1/1 8/1911/8 Ten11/12 Chi11/22 at GB11/29 Jax12/6 at Sea12/14 Arz12/20 at Phi12/27 Det1/3 at StLRegular Season Totals: 11/13 1/7 3/5 3/11 3/7 5/9 1/3 3/7 7/15 4/11 4/22 45/110 84.6 14.3 60.0 27.3 42.9 55.6 33.3 42.9 46.7 36.4 18.2 40.9

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Won in OvertimeBy 49ers: 9/14/08 49ers win at Seattle, 33-30By Opponent: 10/26/03 Cardinals win at Arizona, 16-13

Won by Scoring in the Last Two Minutes of RegulationBy 49ers: 12/28/08 49ers win vs. Washington, 27-24 (last score at 0:00)By Opponent: 9/27/09 Vikings win at Minnesota, 27-24 (last score at 0:02)

Tied Game by Scoring in the Last Two Minutes of RegulationBy 49ers: 10/10/04 49ers win at Arizona, 31-28 (tied game at 1:07)By Opponent: 12/28/08 Redskins loss at San Francisco, 27-24 (tied game at 1:09)

Won on National TelevisionBy 49ers: 12/13/07 49ers win vs. Cincinnati, 20-13 (NFL Network) 9/10/07 49ers win vs. Arizona, 20-17 (ESPN)By Opponent: 11/10/08 Cardinals win at Arzona, 29-24 (ESPN)

Won in Prime TimeBy 49ers: 12/13/07 49ers win vs. Cincinnati, 20-13 (NFL Network) 9/10/07 49ers win vs. Arizona, 20-17 (ESPN)By Opponent: 11/10/08 Cardinals win at Arizona, 29-24 (ESPN)

ShutoutBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0By Opponent: 11/12/07 Seahawks win at Seattle, 24-0

Won by 20-or-More PointsBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0By Opponent: 10/11/09 Falcons win vs. Atlanta, 45-10

Won After Trailing by 20-or-More PointsBy 49ers: 10/20/96 49ers win vs. Cincinnati, 28-21 (Bengals ahead 21-0 in 2nd quarter)By Opponent: 11/6/88 Cardinals win at Arizona, 24-23 (49ers ahead 23-0 in 3rd quarter)

Held a 28-or-More Point LeadBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0, (35)By Opponent: 10/11/09 Falcons win vs. Atlanta, 45-10 (35)

Held a 21-or-More Point LeadBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0, (35)By Opponent: 10/25/09 Texans win at Houston, 21-0, (21)

Held a 14-or-More Point LeadBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0, (35)By Opponent: 10/25/09 Texans win at Houston, 21-7, (14)

Scored 20-or-More Points in a QuarterBy 49ers: 11/16/08 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-16 (28 points, 2nd Q)By Opponent: 10/11/09 Falcons win vs. Atlanta, 45-10 (21 points, 2nd Q)

Scored 20-or-More Points in a HalfBy 49ers: 10/25/09 49ers loss at Houston, 21-24 (21 points, 2nd half)By Opponent: 10/25/09 Texans win at Houston, 24-21 (21 points, 1st half)

Held Opponent without a TouchdownBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0 (shut out)By Opponent: 12/14/08 Dolphins win at Miami, 14-9 (3 FGs)

Touchdowns Scored by Offense and DefenseBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0 (2 offense, 2 defense, 1 special teams)By Opponent: 10/26/08 Seahawks win at San Francisco, 34-13 (3 offense, 1 defense)

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the last time ...TEAM TOTALS

Touchdowns Scored by Offense, Defense and Special TeamsBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0 (2 offense, 2 defense, 1 special teams)By Opponent: 9/23/07 Steelers win at Pittsburgh, 37-16 (2 offense, 1 defense, 1 special teams)

Touchdown Scored on First DriveBy 49ers: 12/28/08 49ers win vs. Washington, 27-24By Opponent: 12/14/08 Dolphins win at Miami, 14-9

Safety ScoredBy 49ers: 12/7/03 Marcel Shipp recovered fumble in end zone and was tackled by LB Jeff Ulbrich vs. ArizonaBy Opponent: 11/23/08 Andy Lee punt blocked out of end zone by LB Carlos Polk at Dallas

Successful Two Point ConversionBy 49ers: 9/28/08 Frank Gore pass from J.T. O’Sullivan at New OrleansBy Opponent: 12/4/05 Obafemi Ayanbadejo run vs. Arizona

Failed Two Point Conversion AttemptBy 49ers: 11/23/08 Pass failed from Shaun Hill to Isaac Bruce at DallasBy Opponent: 11/1/09 Pass failed from Peyton Manning to Pierre Garcon at Indianapolis

Fumble Recovered for TouchdownBy 49ers: 10/4/09 Ray McDonald recovered a Kyle Boller fumble and returned it 11 yards vs. St. LouisBy Opponent: 9/14/08 Craig Terrill recovered a J.T. O’Sullivan fumble and returned it 10 yards at Seattle

No TurnoversBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0By Opponent: 11/1/09 Colts win at Indianapolis

Touchdown Drive of 10-or-More PlaysBy 49ers: 10/25/09 49ers loss at Houston, 21-24 (10 plays; Vernon Davis 14-yd. pass from Alex Smith)By Opponent: 10/11/09 Falcons win vs. Atlanta, 45-10 (13 plays; Matt Ryan 1-yd. run)

Touchdown Drive of 80-or-More YardsBy 49ers: 11/1/09 49ers loss at Indianapolis, 18-14 (89 yards; Vernon Davis 8-yd. pass from Alex Smith) By Opponent: 10/11/09 Falcons win vs. Atlanta, 45-10 (96 yards; Roddy White 90-yd. pass from Matt Ryan)

Touchdown Drive of Five-or-More MinutesBy 49ers: 10/25/09 49ers loss at Houston, 21-24 (5:41, Vernon Davis 14-yd. pass from Alex Smith)By Opponent: 10/11/09 Falcons win vs. Atlanta, 45-10 (8:34; Matt Ryan 1-yd. run)

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the last time ...OFFENSIVE TOTALS

500-or-More Total Net Yards of OffenseBy 49ers: 12/14/03 Bengals win at Cincinnati, 41-38 (502; 171 rushing, 331 passing)By Opponent: 11/25/07 49ers win at Arizona, 37-31 (552; 96 rushing, 456 passing)

400-or-More Total Net Yards of OffenseBy 49ers: 11/19/06 49ers win vs. Seattle, 20-14 (416; 262 rushing, 154 passing)By Opponent: 11/1/09 Colts win at Indianapolis, 18-14 (410; 61 rushing, 349 passing)

300-or-More Net Yards Rushing by TeamBy 49ers: 12/14/98 49ers win vs. Detroit, 35-13 (328)By Opponent: 10/8/72 Rams win at Los Angeles, 31-7 (302)

200-or-More Net Yards Rushing by TeamBy 49ers: 9/20/09 49ers win vs. Seattle, 23-10 (256)By Opponent: 9/23/07 Steelers win at Pittsburgh, 37-16 (205)

Individual 200-Yard Rushing GameBy 49ers: 9/20/09 Frank Gore (16-207-2 TDs) vs. SeattleBy Opponent: (could not find an instance when it occurred)

Individual 150-Yard Rushing GameBy 49ers: 9/20/09 Frank Gore (16-207-2 TDs) vs. SeattleBy Opponent: 11/7/04 Shaun Alexander (26-160-2 TDs) at Seattle

Individual 100-Yard Rushing GameBy 49ers: 9/20/09 Frank Gore (16-207-2 TDs) vs. SeattleBy Opponent: 12/21/08 Steven Jackson (32-108)

Two 100-Yard Rushers in the Same GameBy 49ers: 11/13/77 Wilbur Jackson (22-123) & Delvin Williams (25-110-1 TD) vs. New OrleansBy Opponent: (could not find an instance when it occurred)

Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing GamesBy 49ers: 12/10/06-12/14/06 Frank Gore (18-130-1 TD) vs. Green Bay; Frank Gore (29-144) at Seattle By Opponent: 9/7/08-9/14/08 Edgerrin James (26-100) at San Francisco; Julius Jones (26-127-1 TD) at Seattle

Combined 200-Yard Rushing by Two PlayersBy 49ers: 9/20/09 224 by Frank Gore (16-207-2 TDs) and Shaun Hill (1-17) vs. SeattleBy Opponent: 10/8/72 211 by Bob Thomas (19-142) and Larry Smith (2-69-1 TD) at Los Angeles

Individual with 30-or-More CarriesBy 49ers: 12/31/06 Frank Gore (31-153) at DenverBy Opponent: 12/21/08 Steven Jackson (32-108) at St. Louis

Individual with 25-or-More CarriesBy 49ers: 9/27/09 Glen Coffee (25-54) at MinnesotaBy Opponent: 12/21/08 Steven Jackson (29-80-1 TD) vs. St. Louis

Rushing Play of 80-or-More YardsBy 49ers: 9/20/09 80t by Frank Gore vs. SeattleBy Opponent: 12/9/07 84t by Chester Taylor vs. Minnesota

Rushing Play of 60-or-More YardsBy 49ers: 11/1/09 64t by Frank Gore at IndianapolisBy Opponent: 12/9/07 84t by Chester Taylor vs. Minnesota

Rushing Play of 40-or-More YardsBy 49ers: 11/1/09 64t by Frank Gore at IndianapolisBy Opponent: 11/30/08 50 by Marshawn Lynch at Buffalo

Individual with Two-or-More Rushing TouchdownsBy 49ers: 9/20/09 Frank Gore (16-207-2 TDs) vs. SeattleBy Opponent: 10/11/09 Michael Turner (22-97-3 TDs) vs. Falcons

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400 Net Yards Passing by TeamBy 49ers: 12/5/99 Bengals win vs. San Francisco, 44-30 (437)By Opponent: 11/25/07 49ers win at Arizona, 37-31 (456)

300 Net Yards Passing by TeamBy 49ers: 10/10/04 49ers win vs. Arizona, 31-28 (391)By Opponent: 11/1/09 Colts win at Indianapolis, 18-14 (349)

Individual with 50-or-More Pass AttemptsBy 49ers: 10/10/04 Tim Rattay (57-38-417-0 INTs-2 TDs) at ArizonaBy Opponent: 11/16/08 Marc Bulger (53-34-295-2 INTs-1 TD) vs. St. Louis

Individual with 40-or-More Pass AttemptsBy 49ers: 12/14/08 Shaun Hill (46-30-233-0 INTs-0 TDs) at MiamiBy Opponent: 11/1/09 Peyton Manning (48-31-347-0 INTs-0 TDs) at Indianapolis

Individual with 30-or-More Pass CompletionsBy 49ers: 12/14/08 Shaun Hill (46-30-233-0 INTs-0 TDs) at MiamiBy Opponent: 11/1/09 Peyton Manning (48-31-347-0 INTs-0 TDs) at Indianapolis

Individual with 25-or-More Pass CompletionsBy 49ers: 12/14/08 Shaun Hill (46-30-233-0 INTs-0 TD) at MiamiBy Opponent: 11/1/09 Peyton Manning (48-31-347-0 INTs-0 TDs) at Indianapolis

No Sacks AllowedBy 49ers: 11/10/08 Cardinals win at Arizona, 29-24 (40 attempts – Shaun Hill)By Opponent: 10/11/09 Falcons win vs. Atlanta, 45-10 (32 attempts – M. Ryan)

Individual 300-Yard Passing GameBy 49ers: 11/23/08 Shaun Hill (33-21-303-1 INT-2 TDs) at DallasBy Opponent: 11/1/09 Peyton Manning (48-31-347-0 INTs-0 TDs) at Indianapolis

Consecutive 300-Yard Passing GamesBy 49ers: 12/10/00-12/17/00 Jeff Garcia (38-25-305-2 INTs-2 TDs) vs. New Orleans; Garcia (44-36-402-0 INTs-2 TDs) vs. Chicago By Opponent: 11/27/05-12/4/05 Steve McNair (41-23-343-1 INT-3 TDs) at Tennessee; Kurt Warner (45-29-354-2 INTs-1 TD) vs. Arizona

Individual Four-or-More Touchdown PassesBy 49ers: 12/7/03 Jeff Garcia (28-19-252-0 INTs-4 TDs) vs. ArizonaBy Opponent: 10/28/07 Drew Brees (39-31-336-0 INTs-4 TDs) vs. New Orleans

Individual with Three-or-More Touchdown PassesBy 49ers: 10/25/09 Alex Smith (22-15-206-1 INT-3 TDs) at HoustonBy Opponent: 11/23/08 Tony Romo (39-23-341-0 INTs-3 TDs) at Dallas

Individual with 10-or-More ReceptionsBy 49ers: 11/25/07 Frank Gore (11-98) at ArizonaBy Opponent: 11/1/09 Reggie Wayne (12-147-1 TD) at Indianapolis

Individual with 150-Yard Receiving GameBy 49ers: 9/14/08 Isaac Bruce (4-153) at SeattleBy Opponent: 10/11/09 Roddy White (8-210-2 TDs) vs. Atlanta

Individual with 100-Yard Receiving GameBy 49ers: 11/23/08 Isaac Bruce (8-125-1 TD) at DallasBy Opponent: 11/1/09 Reggie Wayne (12-147-1 TD) at Indianapolis

Two 100-Yard Receivers in the Same GameBy 49ers: 12/5/99 Jerry Rice (9-157-2 TDs) & Terrell Owens (9-145) at CincinnatiBy Opponent: 12/4/05 Anquan Boldin (11-156-1 TD) & Larry Fitzgerald (8-129) vs. Arizona

Consecutive 100-Yard Receiving GamesBy 49ers: 9/10/06 & 9/17/06 Antonio Bryant (4-114) at Arizona and Bryant (4-131-1 TD) vs. St. LouisBy Opponent: 10/25/09 & 11/1/09 Owen Daniels (7-123-1 TD) at Houston and Reggie Wayne (12-147-1 TD) at Indianapolis

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the last time ...OFFENSIVE TOTALS

Pass Play of 80-or-More YardsBy 49ers: 9/25/05 89t, Tim Rattay to Brandon Lloyd vs. DallasBy Opponent: 10/11/09 90t, Matt Ryan to Roddy White vs. Atlanta

Pass Play of 60-or-More YardsBy 49ers: 10/11/09 61, Shaun Hill to Josh Morgan vs. AtlantaBy Opponent: 10/11/09 90t, Matt Ryan to Roddy White vs. Atlanta

Pass Play of 40-or-More YardsBy 49ers: 10/11/09 61, Shaun Hill to Josh Morgan vs. AtlantaBy Opponent: 11/1/09 40, Peyton Manning to Dallas Clark at Indianapolis

Individual with Three-or-More Touchdown ReceptionsBy 49ers: 10/25/09 Vernon Davis (7-93-3 TDs) at HoustonBy Opponent: 10/28/07 Marques Colston (8-85-3 TDs) vs. New Orleans

Individual with Two-or-More Touchdown ReceptionsBy 49ers: 10/25/09 Vernon Davis (7-93-3 TDs) at HoustonBy Opponent: 10/11/09 Roddy White (8-210-2 TDs) vs. Atlanta

Led Team in Both Rushing and Receiving Yards in the Same GameBy 49ers: 9/20/09 Frank Gore (16-207-2 TDs rushing, 5-39 receiving) vs. SeattleBy Opponent: 10/12/08 Correll Buckhalter (18-93-1 TD rushing, 7-85 receiving) vs. Philadelphia

100-Yard Rusher & Receiver in the Same GameBy 49ers: 9/17/06 Frank Gore (29-127-1 TD) & Antonio Bryant (4-131-1 TD) vs St. LouisBy Opponent: 12/3/06 Deuce McAllister (26-136) & Reggie Bush (9-131-1 TD) at New Orleans

100-Yard Rusher, 100-Yard Receiver & 300-Yard Passer in the Same GameBy 49ers: 10/8/00 Charlie Garner (24-109), Terrell Owens (12-176-2 TDs) & Jeff Garcia (41-28-336-0 INTs-4 TDs) vs. OaklandBy Opponent: 11/25/01 Dominic Rhodes (27-104-2 TDs), Marvin Harrison (8-128-1 TD) & Peyton Manning (51-31-370-4 INTs-1 TD) at Indianapolis

Individual with at Least One Rushing and One Receiving Touchdown in the Same GameBy 49ers: 9/13/09 Frank Gore (22-30-1 TD rushing, 3-18-1 TD receiving) at ArizonaBy Opponent: 10/25/09 Steve Slaton (18-67-1 TD rushing; 4-22-1 TD receiving) at Houston

Individual with at Least One Rushing Touchdown and One Touchdown Pass in the Same GameBy 49ers: 12/28/08 Shaun Hill (30-21-245-1 INT-1 TD passing, 4-8-1 TD rushing) vs. WashingtonBy Opponent: 12/28/08 Jason Campbell (30-18-0 INTs-1 TD passing, 4-39-1 TD rushing) vs. Washington

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the last time ...DEFENSIVE TOTALS

Held Opponent Under 200 Net Yards of Total OffenseBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0 (177; 95 rushing, 82 passing)By Opponent: 12/30/08 49ers win at Buffalo, 10-3 (195; 62 rushing, 133 passing)

Held Opponent Under 300 Net Yards of Total OffenseBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0 (177; 95 rushing, 82 passing)By Opponent: 11/1/09 Colts win at Indianapolis, 18-14 (295; 113 rushing, 182 passing)

Held Opponent Under 50 Yards RushingBy 49ers: 9/13/09 49ers win at Arizona, 20-16 (40)By Opponent: 9/13/09 49ers win at Arizona, 20-16 (21)

Held Opponent Under 75 Yards RushingBy 49ers: 11/1/09 49ers loss at Indianapolis, 18-14 (61)By Opponent: 10/25/09 Texans win at Houston, 24-21 (59)

Held Opponent Under 100 Yards RushingBy 49ers: 11/1/09 49ers loss at Indianapolis, 18-14 (61)By Opponent: 10/25/09 Texans win at Houston, 24-21 (59)

Held Opponent Under 100 Net Yards PassingBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0, (82) By Opponent: 12/30/07 Browns win at Cleveland, 20-7, (73)

Held Opponent Under 150 Net Yards PassingBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0, (82) By Opponent: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0, (132)

Interception Return for a TouchdownBy 49ers: 10/4/09 Patrick Willis, 23 (QB Kyle Boller) vs. St. LouisBy Opponent: 10/26/08 Josh Wilson, 75 (QB J.T. O’Sullivan) vs. Seattle

Individual with Three-or-More InterceptionsBy 49ers: 10/8/06 Walt Harris (1-Andrew Walter, 2-Marcus Tuiasosopo) vs. OaklandBy Opponent: 11/20/77 Bill Simpson (1-Scott Bull, 2-Jim Plunkett) vs. Los Angeles Rams

Individual with Two-or-More InterceptionsBy 49ers: 11/25/07 Walt Harris (2-Kurt Warner) at ArizonaBy Opponent: 12/21/08 Ron Bartell (2-Shaun Hill) at St. Louis

Seven-or-More Sacks by TeamBy 49ers: 9/11/05 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 28-25 (7)By Opponent: 9/14/08 49ers win at Seattle, 33-30 (8)

Six-or-More Sacks by TeamBy 49ers: 11/18/07 Rams win vs. St. Louis, 13-9 (6)By Opponent: 10/19/08 Giants win at New York, 29-17 (6)

Five-or-More Sacks by TeamBy 49ers: 10/4/09 49ers win vs. St. Louis, 35-0, (5)By Opponent: 12/14/08 Dolphins win at Miami, 14-9 (5)

Individual with Three-or-More SacksBy 49ers: 9/16/07 Bryant Young (3.0 of Marc Bulger) at St. LouisBy Opponent: 10/21/07 Julian Peterson (3.0 of Trent Dilfer) vs. Seattle

Individual with Two-or-More SacksBy 49ers: 10/4/09 Patrick Willis (2.5 of Kyle Boller) vs. St. LouisBy Opponent: 12/21/08 Pisa Tinoisamoa (2.0 of Shaun Hill) at St. Louis

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the last time ...SPECIAL TEAMS TOTALS

Kickoff Return for a TouchdownBy 49ers: 11/10/08 Allen Rossum, 104 yards at ArizonaBy Opponent: 9/27/09 Percy Harvin, 101 yards at Minnesota

Kickoff Return for a Touchdown on the Opening KickoffBy 49ers: 11/10/08 Allen Rossum, 104 yards at ArizonaBy Opponent: (could not find an instance when it occurred)

Punt Return for a TouchdownBy 49ers: 9/11/05 Otis Amey, 75 yards vs. St. LouisBy Opponent: 12/30/07 Joshua Cribbs, 76 yards at Cleveland

Blocked Punt Recovered for TouchdownBy 49ers: 10/5/87 Mike Wells returned Dana Moore’s punt (blocked by Courtney) returned 1 yard at NY Giants By Opponent: 10/14/90 Bobby Butler blocked Barry Helton’s punt (blocked by Thomas) returned 35 yards at Atlanta

Blocked PuntBy 49ers: 9/14/08 Manny Lawson blocked Jon Ryan’s punt at SeattleBy Opponent: 11/23/08 Carlos Polk blocked Andy Lee’s punt at Dallas

Blocked PATBy 49ers: 12/14/98 Junior Bryant blocked a PAT attempt by Jason Hanson vs. Detroit 1/13/02 Dana Stubblefield blocked a PAT attempt by Ryan Longwell at Green Bay (WC)By Opponent: 11/2/03 Tyoka Jackson blocked a PAT attempt by Todd Peterson vs. St. Louis

Missed (not blocked) PATBy 49ers: 10/12/03 Owen Pochman at SeattleBy Opponent: 10/21/07 Lawrence Tynes at NY Giants

Blocked Field GoalBy 49ers: 9/27/09 Ray McDonald blocked a 44-yard attempt by Ryan Longwell at MinnesotaBy Opponent: 11/19/06 Craig Terrill blocked a 30-yard attempt by Joe Nedney vs. Seattle

Blocked Field Goal returned for a TDBy 49ers: 9/27/08 Nate Clements, 59-yard return after Ray McDonald blocked a 44-yd. att. by Ryan Longwell at MinnesotaBy Opponent: 11/15/87 Johnnie Poe, 61-yard after Reggie Sutton blocked a 39-yd. att. by Ray Wersching vs. New Orleans Individual with Five-or-More Field GoalsBy 49ers: 10/30/05 Joe Nedney (5-6) vs. Tampa BayBy Opponent: 10/2/05 Neil Rackers (6-6) at Arizona

Individual with Four-or-More Field GoalsBy 49ers: 10/12/08 Joe Nedney (4-4) vs. PhiladelphiaBy Opponent: 11/1/09 Matt Stover (4-4) at Indianapolis

Individual with Three-or-More Field goalsBy 49ers: 9/20/09 Joe Nedney (3-3) vs. SeattleBy Opponent: 9/13/09 Neil Rackers (3-3) at Arizona

Successful Onsides KickBy 49ers: 12/23/07 Joe Nedney kick recovered by 49ers Delanie Walker (3rd Q)By Opponent: 12/30/02 Jeff Wilkins kick recovered by Rams O.J. Brigance (4th Q)

Failed Onsides Kick AttemptBy 49ers: 11/30/08 Joe Nedney kick recovered by Jon Corto at Buffalo (2nd Q)By Opponent: 9/21/08 Jason Hanson kick recovered by Arnaz Battle vs. Detroit (3rd Q)

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Sunday, September 13, 2009San francisco 20, Arizona 16

university of phOEnix stadium ~ 61,981 1st 2nd 3rd 4th PtsSan Francisco 6 7 0 7 20Arizona 0 6 7 3 16

SF - J. Nedney, 37 FG (5-17, 2:30)SF - J. Nedney, 50 FG (5-24, 2:22)Arz - N. Rackers, 44 FG (6-52, 2:19)SF - F. Gore, 6 run (J. Nedney) (7-68, 3:03)Arz - N. Rackers, 29 FG (8-49, 1:15)Arz - L. Fitzgerald, 5 pass from K. Warner (N. Rackers) (7-69, 4:10)Arz - N. Rackers, 43 FG (8-36, 3:20)SF - F. Gore, 3 pass from S. Hill (J. Nedney) (15-80, 7:26)

TEAM STATISTICS SF ARZFirst Downs 13 17 Net Yards Gained 203 299 Rushes/Yards 25/21 17/40 Net Yards Passing 182 259 Att/Comp/INT 31/18/0 44/26/2 Sacked/Yards Lost 4/27 3/29 Punts/Average 8/49.1 6/54.7 Fumbles/Lost 2/1 1/0 Penalties/Yards 4/31 12/82 Time of Possession 31:37 28:23 3rd Down Efficiency 7/18 (39%) 4/14 (29%)

RUSHING: 49ERS - F. Gore 22-30-1, M. Norris 1-2, G. Coffee 1-(-3), I. Bruce 1-(-8) ... CARDINALS - C. Wells 7-29, T. Hightower 8-15, K. Warner 2-(-4).

RECEIVING: 49ERS - V. Davis 5-40, I. Bruce 4-74, J. Morgan 3-38, F. Gore 3-18-1 TD, A. Battle 2-22, D. Walker 1-17 ... CARDINALS - T. Hightower 12-121, L. Fitzgerald 6-71-1 TD, J. Urban 5-74, A. Boldin 2-19, D. Kreider 1-3.

PASSING: 49ERS - S. Hill 31-18-209-0-1 TD ... CARDINALS - K. Warner 44-26-288-2-1 TD.

INTs: 49ERS - N. Clements 1-8, P. Willis 1-4 ... CARDINALS - None.

SACKS: 49ERS - P. Haralson - 1.0, R. McDonald - 1.0, J. Smith - 1.0 ... CARDINALS - B. Berry - 1.0, D. Dockett - 1.0, C. Okeafor - 1.0, Team - 1.0.

49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: +1 (1 fumble, 0 INTs/0 fumbles, 2 INTs).

Weather: IndoorsWind: NonePlaying Surface: GrassTime: 3:22

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1Head coach Mike Singletary delivered a very simple message to his team in advance of their season opening matchup against the defend-ing NFC Champion Arizona Cardinals … “Believe.” His players did just that as they battled through a tremendously physical game highlighted by impressive defensive efforts from both squads. After being stymied on offense for more than 3 quarters, the 49ers embarked on a 15-play, 80-yd. drive that consumed 7:26 of clock time en route to a 3-yd., go-ahead TD pass from QB Shaun Hill to RB Frank Gore. On the drive, offen-sive coordinator Jimmy Raye scrapped the run game that he had dialed up all afternoon and left the contest to Hill’s right arm. The QB responded going 9 of 13 for 72 yds. and the TD to Gore. On the series, Hill utilized his playmakers including TE Vernon Davis who hauled in 4 passes for 35 yds. The 49ers opened the scoring in the 1st quarter after All-Pro LB Patrick Willis launched himself high in the air to intercept a QB Kurt Warner pass to set his team up at the ARZ 36. Six plays later K Joe Nedney connected on a 37-yd. FG. Nedney later connected on a 50-yd. FG to give the Nin-ers a 6-0 lead entering the 2nd stanza. The Cardinals finally got some offense going in the 2nd quarter as K Neil Rackers drilled a 44-yd. FG on their first possession. As the 49ers run game continued to struggle, Hill aired the ball out to All-Pro WR Isaac Bruce on a 50-yd. bomb set-ting the offense up at the 6-yd. line. With a tired Arizona defense, the 49ers called on Gore the very next play. He hit pay dirt plunging through a massive hole into the endzone. With the momentum in their favor, CB Nate Clements capitalized on another Warner mistake, and intense pressure from his defensive front, as he hauled in his first interception of the year. Clements’ effort, and those of his defensive backfield mates, limited one of the game’s best WR tandems in Larry Fitzgerald and An-quan Boldin, to a combined 8 recepts. for 90 yds. and 1 TD. The men up front turned in an impressive performance as well, logging 3 sacks and 22 QB hits. The 49ers were unable to capitalize on Clements’ pick, as Hill was sacked and forced to fumble on the next series. The Cardinals jumped on the opportunity, posting another Rackers’ FG this time from 29 yds. San Francisco left the field at the half with a 13-6 lead. The Cardinals carried momentum into the 3rd quarter, and on their 2nd pos-session, Warner led his team on 69-yd. scoring drive that resulted in a 5-yd. TD pass to Fitzgerald, knotting the score at 13. After a 49ers 3-n-out, Arizona again moved the ball to post points, a 43-yd. FG by Rackers just seconds into the 4th quarter, for the Cardinals final points of the game. The Niners would then embark on their game-winning drive and back it up with a defensive performance that paralyzed the Cardinals.

Notes: Hill became the 2nd undrafted quarterback to start the regu-lar season opener in 49ers history, joining QB Jeff Garcia (2000-03). Hill also set a new career-long with his 50-yd. completion to Bruce … Willis recorded his 2nd-career INT, while Clements reg-istered his 30th … Nedney now has 7 career FGs of 50-or-more yds. to rank first in franchise history … Gore had a rushing and re-ceiving TD in the same game for the first time in his career.

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Sunday, September 20, 2009San francisco 23, Seattle 10candlestick park ~ 69,732

1st 2nd 3rd 4th PtsSeattle 0 10 0 0 10San Francisco 10 3 7 3 23

SF - J. Nedney, 37 FG (13-55, 8:07)SF - F. Gore, 79 run (J. Nedney) (1-79, 0:12)Sea - O. Mare, 36 FG (10-52, 4:45)SF - J. Nedney, 42 FG (5-18, 2:09)Sea - J. Jones, 1 pass from S. Wallace (O. Mare) (11-70, 2:35)SF - F. Gore, 80 run (J. Nedney) (1-80, 0:11)SF - J. Nedney, 39 FG (16-67, 9:27)

TEAM STATISTICS SEA SFFirst Downs 19 16 Net Yards Gained 283 379 Rushes/Yards 23/66 29/256 Net Yards Passing 217 123 Att/Comp/INT 41/25/1 27/19/0 Sacked/Yards Lost 1/7 4/21 Punts/Average 7/52.1 6/46.8 Fumbles/Lost 2/0 2/0 Penalties/Yards 6/45 6/54 Time of Possession 25:29 34:31 3rd Down Efficiency 4/14 (29%) 5/15 (33%)

RUSHING: 49ERS - F. Gore 16-207-2 TDs, S. Hill 1-17, M. Norris 2-16, G. Coffee 9-13, M. Spurlock 1-3 ... SEAHAWKS - J. Forsett 5-35, M. Hasselbeck 3-12, J. Jones 8-11, E. James 2-6, S. Wallace 4-1, J. Griffith 1-1.

RECEIVING: 49ERS - F. Gore 5-39, I. Bruce 4-35, M. Norris 3-17, V. Da-vis 2-32, G. Coffee 2-16, M. Robinson 2-4, A. Battle 1-1 ... SEAHAWKS - J. Forsett 6-57, J. Carlson 6-46, T. Houshmandzadeh 4-62, N. Burle-son 4-46, J. Jones 3-(-2), D. Butler 1-15, J. Griffith 1-0.

PASSING: 49ERS - S. Hill 26-19-144-0-0, M. Spurlock 1-0-0-0-0 ... SEAHAWKS - S. Wallace 23-25-127-1-1 TD, M. Hasselbeck 18-10-97-0-0.

INTs: 49ERS - D. Goldson 1-0 ... SEAHAWKS - None.

SACKS: 49ERS - R. McDonald - 1.0 ... SEAHAWKS - L. Jackson - 2.0, P. Kerney - 1.0, C. Terrill - 1.0.

49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: +1 (0 fumbles, 0 INTs/0 fumbles, 1 INT).

Weather: SunnyWind: 0 mphPlaying Surface: GrassTime: 2:58

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2The San Francisco 49ers took a step forward in the NFC West race as they defeated the Seattle Seahawks in their home opener, 23-10, be-coming the only team in the division to start 2009 with a 2-0 record. The 49ers ground attack exploded on the Seahawks defense, registering 256 yards rushing, of which 207 came on the back of RB Frank Gore as he posted the 2nd-highest outing of his career. For the 2nd-straight week the Niners defense shut down their opponent, limiting them to just 283 yards of total offense and a 29% conversion rate on 3rd downs. Following a 3-n-out start by the Seahawks, the 49ers embarked on a 55-yd. drive to start the game that culminated in a 37-yd. Joe Nedney FG, for the game’s first points. The 49ers defenders quickly retrieved the ball from Seattle, forcing a punt that set the Niners up at their own 21 yard line. The very next play Gore blasted through the offensive line and dashed 79 yds. for a score, extending the lead to 10-0. Seattle posted its first points of the game early in the 2nd qtr. as QB Matt Hasselbeck directed the team to the SF18, where K Olindo Mare booted a 36-yd. FG. After trading possessions, the 49ers were provided tremendous field position by a Seattle punt that was downed at the SEA43. San Francisco was unable to register a first down and settled for another Nedney FG, this time from 42 yds. With less than 3 minutes remaining, Hasselbeck impressively directed the Seahawks to the SF1, where he was knocked out of the game by a LB Patrick Willis tackle as he attempted to dive into the endzone for a score. On the next play, backup QB Seneca Wal-lace connected with RB Julius Jones for a 1-yd. TD pass, sending the game into the half with San Francisco leading 13-10. Although the Se-ahawks went into the locker room with the momentum, Gore quickly stole it back on the first play from scrimmage of the 2nd half. Unsatis-fied with a 79-yd. TD scamper in the first stanza, Gore galloped 80 yds. to paydirt through a massive hole created by his offensive line. The two teams went scoreless for the remainder of the 3rd, before Nedney connected from 39 yds. out on the 49ers first possession of the 4th quarter to cap a 16-play, 67-yd. drive for the final points of the day.

Notes: Gore (79, 80) became the only other player in NFL history other than Barry Sanders (80 & 82 at TB, 10/12/97) to register 2 TDs runs of 75-yds.-or-more in the same game. His 12.9 yds./carry avg. is 2nd in franchise history (min. 10 carries) and was the 3rd-highest single-game avg. (min. 15 carries) in the NFL, since 1970. His 80-yd. TD is the longest of his career while the 79 yarder is the 2nd-lon-gest. Set a career-high with 246 yds. from scrimmage … DT Justin Smith started his 125th consecutive game, the longest active streak for defensive linemen … C Eric Heitmann started his 100th career game. CB/KR/PR Allen Rossum became the 7th player in NFL histo-ry to amass 300 career punt returns. S Dashon Goldson recorded his first career interception in the third quarter off of QB Seneca Wallace.

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Sunday, September 27, 2009Minnesota 27, San Francisco 24

Metrodome ~ 63,398 1st 2nd 3rd 4th PtsSan Francisco 0 14 3 7 24Minnesota 7 6 7 7 27

Min - S. Rice, 30 pass from B. Favre (R. Longwell) (6-88, 2:36)Min - R. Longwell, 40 FG (7-12, 1:51)SF - V. Davis, 5 pass from S. Hill (J. Nedney) (7-57, 3:43)Min - R. Longwell, 52 FG (7-39, 2:53)SF - N. Clements, 59 return off blocked field goal (J. Nedney)SF - J. Nedney, 37 FG (8-42, 4:37)Min - P. Harvin, 101 kickoff return (R. Longwell) (0-0, 0:13)SF - V. Davis, 20 pass from S. Hill (J. Nedney) (6-80, 4:37)Min - G. Lewis, 32 pass from B. Favre (R. Longwell) (10-80, 1:27)

TEAM STATISTICS SF MINFirst Downs 13 19 Net Yards Gained 246 377 Rushes/Yards 26/58 27/94 Net Yards Passing 188 283 Att/Comp/INT 25/15/1 46/24/1 Sacked/Yards Lost 1/7 2/18 Punts/Average 9/51.7 6/46.0 Fumbles/Lost 1/0 0/0 Penalties/Yards 7/60 9/52 Time of Possession 27:51 32:09 3rd Down Efficiency 0/11 (0%) 10/20 (50%)

RUSHING: 49ERS - G. Coffee 25-54, F. Gore 1-4 ... VIKINGS - A. Peter-son 13-85, C. Taylor 6-16, B. Favre 1-1, P. Harvin 1-(-8).

RECEIVING: 49ERS - V. Davis 7-96-2 TDs, J. Morgan 4-47, I. Bruce 2-38, M. Robinson 1-8, M. Norris 1-6 ... VIKINGS - C. Taylor 7-70, B. Berrian 4-56, S. Rice 4-56-1 TD, P. Harvin 4-51, V. Shiancoe 2-22, A. Peterson 2-14, G. Lewis 1-32-1 TD.

PASSING: 49ERS - S. Hill 25-15-195-1-2 TDs ... VIKINGS -B. Favre 46-24-301-1-2 TDs.

INTs: 49ERS - S. Spencer 1-2 ... VIKINGS - C. Griffin 1-0.

SACKS: 49ERS - A. Franklin - 1.0, M. Roman - 1.0 ... VIKINGS - J. Allen - 1.0.

49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: Even (0 fumbles, 1 INT/0 fumbles, 1 INT).

Weather: IndoorsWind: NonePlaying Surface: Field TurfTime: 3:20

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3The 49ers competed like warriors as they traveled to Minnesota for a battle of undefeated NFC foes, only to fall to the Hall of Fame arm of Vikings QB Brett Favre in the waning seconds of the game. With a four-point lead, San Francisco punted into Minnesota’s endzone, setting up the Vikings at their own 20 yard-line with 1:29 left to play. Just 10 plays later, Favre would fire a 32-yd. TD strike to WR Greg Lewis, who was able to tap both feet in bounds as he fell out of the back of the end-zone. After the game began with the two teams combining for 3-straight 3-n-outs, the Vikings struck first as Favre connected with WR Sidney Rice from 30 yds. out. The 49ers continued to struggle in the 1st period, posting their 3rd and 4th 3-play drives. After Minnesota extended their early lead to 10 points on a 40-yd. Ryan Longwell FG, Niners QB Shaun Hill directed the team to its first score of the afternoon with a 7-play, 57-yd. drive that culminated in a 5-yd. TD pass to TE Vernon Davis in the back corner of the endzone. Despite forcing a Minnesota 3-n-out on the following possession, the 49ers gave the ball back, as Hill was inter-cepted by Cedric Griffin on a long pass intended for TE Delanie Walker. The Vikings capitalized on the mistake with another Longwell FG, this time from 52 yds. The Niners had no answer for the score on the ensu-ing series. With momentum in their favor, Minnesota drove to the SF26, where Longwell set up for a 44-yd. FG attempt. San Francisco settled down the home crowd with one tremendous play, as DT Ray McDonald busted through the left side of the Vikings line and blocked the attempt. A favorable bounce landed the ball in CB Nate Clements hands, who raced 59 yds. for a TD as time expired in the first half, to give the 49ers an improbable 14-13 lead. Just as the game began with the team’s trading 3-n-outs, so did the 2nd half. On the Vikings 2nd possession, the 49ers again stole the ball, as CB Shawntae Spencer hauled in a deflected Favre pass. Capitalizing on the theft, K Joe Nedney connect-ed from 30 yds. The 49ers elation was short-lived. For on the ensuing kickoff, rookie returner Percy Harvin exhibited his first round talent with 101-yd. scamper that gave the Vikings a 20-17 lead. Two possessions later, the Niners Hill led his offense on an 80-yd. scoring drive that re-sulted in a 20-yd. TD pass he threaded through multiple defenders into the hands of Davis for his 2nd score of the game. San Francisco’s lead appeared to be safe as the Vikings stalled on their next two possessions, but the Niners offense could not register a first down on their final pos-session and were forced to give the ball back to Favre one last time.

Note: The 49ers defense limited All-Pro RB Adrian Peterson to just 85 yds. (19 carries), his lowest total in 5 regular season games and the first game of the season he did not post a TD … McDonald’s blocked FG marked the 2nd of his career and the 2nd blocked field goal return for a touchdown for Clements … Davis’ 2-TD performance was the first multi-TD game of his career. He also set a career high with 96 receiving yds. and tied a career-high with 7 receptions … Nedney became the 42nd player in NFL history to reach the 1,000-point plateau, with 1,004 career points … CB Shawntae Spencer recorded his 7th career INT.

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Sunday, October 4, 2009San Francisco 35, St. Louis 0

candlestick park ~ 69,732 1st 2nd 3rd 4th PtsSt. Louis 0 0 0 0 0San Francisco 0 7 14 14 35

SF - S. McKillop fumble recovery in end zone (J. Nedney)SF - V. Davis, 13 pass from S. Hill (J. Nedney) (7-48, 3:13)SF - P. Willis, 23 interception return (J. Nedney) SF - J. Morgan, 24 pass from S. Hill (J. Nedney) (5-43, 2:05)SF - R. McDonald, 11 fumble return (J. Nedney)

TEAM STATISTICS STL SFFirst Downs 9 13 Net Yards Gained 177 228 Rushes/Yards 28/95 29/96 Net Yards Passing 82 132 Att/Comp/INT 24/13/1 24/14/0 Sacked/Yards Lost 5/26 4/20 Punts/Average 8/43.6 7/43.6 Fumbles/Lost 2/2 2/0 Penalties/Yards 10/73 3/33 Time of Possession 29:48 30:12 3rd Down Efficiency 5/16 (31%) 4/13 (31%)

RUSHING: 49ERS - G. Coffee 24-74, D. Walker 1-16, M. Norris 2-8, S. Hill 2-(-2) ... RAMS - S. Jackson 23-79, K. Darby 2-12, K. Boller 2-5, S. Gado 1-(-1).

RECEIVING: 49ERS - G. Coffee 4-32, V. Davis 3-43-1 TD, I. Bruce 3-20, J. Morgan 2-39-1 TD, D. Walker 1-10, A. Battle 1-8 ... RAMS - D. Av-ery 3-47, S. Jackson 3-6, R. McMichael 2-17, D. Fells 1-17, K. Burton 1-12, D. Amendola 1-8, K. Darby 1-2, M. Karney 1-(-1).

PASSING: 49ERS - S. Hill 24-14-152-0-2 TDs ... RAMS - K. Boller 24-13-108-1-0 TDs.

INTs: 49ERS - P. Willis 1-23-1 TD ... RAMS - None.

SACKS: 49ERS - P. Willis - 2.5, D. Goldson - 1.0, T. Spikes 1.0, M. Law-son - 0.5 ... RAMS - C. Ah You - 1.0, L. Grant - 1.0, J. Hall - 1.0, L. Little - 1.0.

49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: +3 (0 fumbles, 0 INTs/2 fumbles, 1 INT).

Weather: SunnyWind: West 17 mphPlaying Surface: GrassTime: 2:47

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4In a game best described as a tale of two halves, the San Francisco 49ers flipped the switch in the locker room at half time to shutout the visiting St. Louis Rams, 35-0, en route to a 3-0 start in the NFC West. As the offense struggled early, the special teams and defensive units lit up the scoreboard. Both defenses held strong for the first 25 min-utes of play, until an unlikely unit registered the first points of the day. With the Niners offense stalling at their own 43, their punt team took the field and P Andy Lee then kicked away to the Rams. But, as luck would have it, the ball ricocheted off the leg of Rams DB Quincy Butler and into the endzone, where 49ers LB Scott McKillop pounced for the first TD of his young career. As the offenses continued to struggle for the remainder of the half, San Francisco left the field with a 7-0 lead. After trading punts to start the 2nd half, the Niners took over with the ball on the SL 48. Seven plays later QB Shaun Hill connected from 13 yds. out with his new favorite target, TE Vernon Davis, for the first of-fensive points of the game. With two phases of the game having reg-istered scores, the 49ers defense desperately wanted to join the party. One minute and 28 seconds later, Pro Bowler Patrick Willis exhibited why many see him as the premier LB in the game today, as he baited Rams QB Kyle Boller into an INT which he then returned 23 yards for the 2nd TD of his career. Willis also added a career-high 2.5 sacks on the day. As the game progressed, the 49ers defense continued its stingy performance that held the Rams to just 177 yds. of offense and 9 first downs all day. The Niners began the final period with the ball on the SL 29. Shaun Hill followed up a 5-yd. run by RB Glen Coffee with a 24-yd. strike to Josh Morgan between two defenders, to up the lead to 28-0. San Francisco put the nail in the Rams coffin 14 seconds later, as DT Ray McDonald scooped up a Boller fumble on the Rams ensuing possession and trotted 11 yds. into the endzone for the defender’s first NFL points.

Note: The last time the team started 3-0 in the division was in 2002 … The shutout marked the 49ers first since 1/6/02 at NO, 38-0, and the first home shut out since 12/16/01 vs. Mia., 21-0 … It was the first time the 49ers scored 3 non-offensive TDs in a game since 12/11/66 vs. Chi. … The 35-point margin of victory was the 49ers largest since 12/7/03 vs. Arz. (50-14, a 36-point differential) … It was the first time the 49ers posted a TD on special teams, offense and defense in the same game since 11/10/97, a 24-12 win at Philadelphia … The last time the 49ers scored 2 defensive TDs in the same game was 10/2/05 vs. Arz. (at Mexico City) … Willis became the only 49er since the sack became an official statistic in 1982 to post 2.5-or-more sacks and an INT return for a TD in a single game, the 3rd player in the NFL to do so … QB Shaun Hill, WR Jason Hill and LB Takeo Spikes all donned pink cleats in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. Numerous players also sported pink gloves and wristbands.

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Sunday, October 11, 2009Atlanta 45, San francisco 10

candlestick park ~ 69,732 1st 2nd 3rd 4th PtsAtlanta 14 21 3 7 45San Francisco 7 3 0 0 10

ATL - M. Turner, 7 run (J. Elam) (4-21, 1:22)ATL - R. White, 31 pass from M. Ryan (J. Elam) (7-66, 3:05)SF - G. Coffee, 2 run (J. Nedney) (7-78, 2:23)SF - J. Nedney, 39 FG (9-41, 3:46)ATL - R. White, 90 pass from M. Ryan (J. Elam) (3-96, 1:23)ATL - M. Turner, 3 run (J. Elam) (3-38, 1:11)ATL - M. Turner, 1 run (J. Elam) (6-54, 3:32)ATL - J. Elam, 40 FG (7-22, 3:41)ATL - M. Ryan, 1 run (J. Elam) (13-76, 8:34)

TEAM STATISTICS ATL SFFirst Downs 28 13 Net Yards Gained 477 279 Rushes/Yards 40/148 17/100 Net Yards Passing 329 179 Att/Comp/INT 32/22/1 38/15/1 Sacked/Yards Lost 0/0 3/19 Punts/Average 4/40.5 5/43.8 Fumbles/Lost 3/1 2/2 Penalties/Yards 8/90 8/92 Time of Possession 36:29 23:21 3rd Down Efficiency 8/14 (57%) 4/14 (29%)

RUSHING: 49ERS - S. Hill 4-53, G. Coffee 12-45-1 TD, M. Norris 1-2 ... FALCONS - M. Turner 22-97-3 TDs, J. Norwood 12-44, J. Snelling 2-5, M. Ryan 2-3, C. Redman 2-(-1).

RECEIVING: 49ERS - V. Davis 5-51, J. Morgan 4-78, G. Coffee 4-21, D. Walker 1-39, A. Battle 1-9 ... FALCONS - R. White 8-210-2 TDs, T. Gonzalez 6-55, J. Snelling 3-15, M. Jenkins 2-35, J. Peelle 1-12, B. Finneran 1-8, J. Norwood 1-(-6).

PASSING: 49ERS - S. Hill 38-15-298-1-0 TDs ... FALCONS - M. Ryan 32-22-329-1-2 TDs.

INTs: 49ERS - D. Bly 1-31 ... FALCONS - B. Williams 1-(-2).

SACKS: 49ERS -None ... FALCONS - J. Abraham - 1.0, K. Biermann - 1.0, T. Johnson - 1.0.

49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: -1 (2 fumbles, 1 INT/1 fumble, 1 INT).

Weather: OvercastWind: Southwest 9 mphPlaying Surface: GrassTime: 3:12

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5The San Francisco 49ers encountered their first big stumbling block of the season as they were handled by the visiting Atlanta Falcons, 45-10. While Atlanta produced 477 yds. of offense, the 49ers could muster just 279 yds. of their own and uncharacteristically lost the turnover battle 3-2. The visitors got on the board quickly with a 7-yd. TD run by RB Michael Turner, followed less than five minutes later by a 31-yd. TD strike from QB Matt Ryan to WR Roddy White. The 49ers battled back late in the 1st qtr. as QB Shaun Hill completed a 61-yd. pass to WR Josh Morgan, setting up a 2-yd. TD scamper by RB Glen Coffee. After stop-ping the Falcons on their next possession, the 49ers drove 41-yds. and K Joe Nedney drilled a 39-yd. FG. Sadly, those three points would be San Francisco’s last of the day. Atlanta rounded out the first half with a 90-yd. TD pass from Ryan to White and two Turner scoring dives, the 1st from 3 yds. out and the 2nd from 1. The Niners halftime deficit was 25, as the Falcons led, 35-10. Despite the improved play of their defense, San Francisco’s offense continued to struggle in the second half and fin-ished the day with seven 3-and-outs. The Falcons controlled the clock in the second half, holding the ball for more than 19 minutes, and posted another 10 points. In the 3rd qtr., the Niners saw a positive moment turn into a negative one as CB Dre’ Bly interecepted a Ryan pass, only to have it stripped away by the Falcons White. Seven plays later, Atlanta added 3 more points on a 40-yd. FG by K Jason Elam. The final points of the game came after Ryan directed the Falcons on a 13-play, 73-yd. drive, capping it himself by plunging into the endzone from the 1 yardline.

Notes: LB Patrick Willis registered 2 forced fumbles in the third quarter marking the first time that a 49ers player registered 2 forced fumbles in a single game since DE Chris Doleman recorded 3 forced fumbles vs. Carolina (11/8/98) … Coffee scored the first points of his career.

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Sunday, October 25, 2009Houston 24, San Francisco 21

Reliant Stadium ~ 70,820 1st 2nd 3rd 4th PtsSan Francisco 0 0 7 14 21Houston 7 14 0 3 24

HOU - S. Slaton, 1 run (K. Brown) (8-61, 4:11)HOU - S. Salton, 9 pass from M. Schaub (K. Brown) (2-10, 0:44)HOU - O. Daniels, 42 pass from M. Schaub (K. Brown) (4-78, 2:22)SF - V. Davis, 29 pass from A. Smith (J. Nedney) (5-63, 3:59)SF - V. Davis, 14 pass from A. Smith (J. Nedney) (10-66, 5:41)HOU - K. Brown, 50 FG (10-53, 5:27)SF - V. Davis, 23 pass from A. Smith (J. Nedney) (7-73, 3:33)

TEAM STATISTICS SF HOUFirst Downs 17 18 Net Yards Gained 297 336 Rushes/Yards 19/59 27/90 Net Yards Passing 238 246 Att/Comp/INT 33/21/1 30/20/0 Sacked/Yards Lost 2/13 2/18 Punts/Average 5/48.2 5/37.2 Fumbles/Lost 1/1 1/1 Penalties/Yards 11/65 7/77 Time of Possession 29:31 30:29 3rd Down Efficiency 4/11 (36%) 6/13 (46%)

RUSHING: 49ERS - F. Gore 13-32, A. Smith 2-16, J. Morgan 1-6, G. Coffee 2-3, S. Hill 1-2 ... TEXANS - S. Slaton 18-67-1 TD, C. Brown 4-14, M. Schaub 5-9.

RECEIVING: 49ERS - V. Davis 7-93-3 TDs, M. Crabtree 5-56, J. Morgan 4-62, I. Bruce 2-23, F. Gore 2-15, D. Walker 1-2 ... TEXANS - O. Daniels 7-123-1 TD, S. Slaton 4-22-1 TD, K. Walter 3-29, A. Johnson 2-62, D. Anderson 2-10, A. Davis 1-14, C. Brown 1-4.

PASSING: 49ERS - A. Smith 22-15-206-1-3 TDs, S. Hill 11-6-45-0-0 TDs ... TEXANS - M. Schaub 30-20-264-0-2 TDs.

INTs: 49ERS - None ... TEXANS - E. Wilson 1-16.

SACKS: 49ERS - A. Brooks - 1.0, M. Lawson - 1.0 ... TEXANS - M. Wil-liams - 1.0, J. Zgonina - 1.0.

49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: -1 (1 fumble, 1 INT/1 fumble, 0 INTs).

Weather: SunnyWind: Southeast 16 mphPlaying Surface: GrassTime: 3:04

game

6In a game of firsts, the San Francisco 49ers battled back from a 21-pt. first half deficit only to fall to the Houston Texans, 24-21, in the first meeting between the two teams in the state of Texas. The game opened with the first sighting of 49ers 2009 1st round draft pick WR Michael Crabtree, who started the game in a 3-receiver set. In his first appear-ance in 28 regular season games, Alex Smith replaced starter Shaun Hill at QB in the second half and directed the 49ers offense to 21 pts. in the final two qtrs. The spark provided by Smith’s presence also ignited the defense’s performance, which held the Texans offense to 3 pts. and just 151 yds. in the 2nd half. After trading two possessions apiece to start the game, Houston struck first with an 8-play, 61-yd. drive that was capped by a 1-yd. TD run by RB Steve Slaton. After a San Fran 3-n-out, Houston took over at their own 22 yard line. Ten plays later the home team was forced to punt to WR Arnaz Battle. After Battle muffed the catch, Texans WR Andre Davis alertly hopped on the ball at the SF 10. Slaton then posted his 2nd TD of the game with a 9-yd. TD recep-tion from QB Matt Schaub, putting the visitors down 14-0. With Hill still at the controls of the 49ers offense, the team sputtered and was forced to hand the ball back to the Texans, who quickly posted their 3rd TD of the game, this time a 42-yd. pass from QB Matt Schaub to TE Owen Daniels. The 49ers were unable to answer as the half came to a close with Houston ahead, 21-0. San Francisco’s offense was the first to take the field in the second half, and to the surprise of those watching, #11 stepped into the huddle at QB. Smith would go on to complete his first three passes, including the team’s first score of the day, a 29-yd. TD to TE Vernon Davis. Those points would prove to be the only of the 3rd qtr. for either team. The 49ers began the 4th in the midst of a drive that would result in another Smith-to-Davis TD pass, this time from 14 yds. out. Up by just 7 pts., Houston answered with a 10-play, 53-yd. drive that resulted in a 50-yd. Kris Brown FG. The Smith-led Niners were not out of the game just yet, and with 3:49 remaining Davis hauled in his 3rd TD reception of the game on a 23-yd. play. Down by three, the 49ers defense forced the Texans to punt on the ensuing possession, al-lowing their offense to take over at their own 6 yard line. On 4th-n-10 at the SF 38, Smith fired a desperation pass in the direction of WR Isaac Bruce that was intercepted by Texans S Eugene Wilson to end the game.

Note: Davis became the first 49er TE ever to record 3 TD recepts. in one game. His 7 recepts. also tied a career-high … Smith tied a career-high with 3 TD passes, throwing his first since 10/28/07 vs. NO. In his first action since 11/12/07, at Sea., Smith was 15-22-206-3TDs-1INT in just one half of play (118.6 QB rat-ing) … WR Isaac Bruce made his 200th career start … WR Crabtree started his first game as a 49er and registered 5 recepts. for 56 yds.

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Sunday, November 1, 2009Indianapolis 18, San Francisco 14

Lucas Oil stadium ~ 66,229 1st 2nd 3rd 4th PtsSan Francisco 7 7 0 0 14Indianapolis 3 6 3 6 18

SF -F. Gore, 64 run (J. Nedney) (2-70, 0:46)IND - M. Stover, 38 FG (10-57, 4:40)IND - M. Stover, 33 FG (5-19, 1:17)SF - V. Davis, 8 pass from A. Smith (J. Nedney) (7-89, 1:11)IND - M. Stover, 31 FG (4-48, 0:32)IND - M. Stover, 40 FG (11-52, 5:26)IND - R. Wayne, 22 pass from J. Addai (pass failed) (9-70, 3:10)

TEAM STATISTICS SF INDFirst Downs 16 20 Net Yards Gained 295 410 Rushes/Yards 18/113 21/61 Net Yards Passing 182 349 Att/Comp/INT 32/19/1 49/32/0 Sacked/Yards Lost 4/16 3/20 Punts/Average 8/50.0 7/46.3 Fumbles/Lost 2/1 2/0 Penalties/Yards 7/50 5/38 Time of Possession 26:26 33:34 3rd Down Efficiency 2/10 (20%) 8/19 (42%)

RUSHING: 49ERS - F. Gore 13-91-1 TD, A. Smith 1-10, G. Coffee 1-8, M. Norris 3-4 ... COLTS - J. Addai 20-62, C. Simpson 1-(-1).

RECEIVING: 49ERS - M. Crabtree 6-81, F. Gore 5-43, I. Bruce 4-51, V. Davis 3-20-1 TD, J. Morgan 1-3 ... COLTS - R. Wayne 12-147-1 TD, D. Clark 8-99, A. Collie 6-66, P. Garcon 4-53, J. Addai 2-4.

PASSING: 49ERS - A. Smith 32-19-198-1-1 TD ... COLTS - P. Manning 48-31-347-0-0 TDs, J. Addai 1-1-22-0-1 TD.

INTs: 49ERS - None ... COLTS - B. Sanders 1-29.

SACKS: 49ERS - A. Franklin - 1.0, R. McDonald - 1.0, I. Sopoaga - 1.0 ... COLTS - D. Freeney - 1.0, A. Johnson - 1.0, R. Mathis - 1.0, P. Wheeler - 1.0.

49ERS TURNOVER RATIO: -2 (1 fumble, 1 INT/0 fumbles, 0 INTs).

Weather: SunnyWind: East/Southeast 1 mphPlaying Surface: Field TurfTime: 3:09

game

7For the 3rd time in 2009, San Francisco lost a heartbreaker on the road following a valiant effort. This time the victory belonged to the Indianap-olis Colts who entered the game with a perfect 6-0 record, and led by an early-season MVP candidate at the helm, All-Pro QB Peyton Man-ning. Although Manning would throw for 347 yards on 49 attempts, the only passing TD the host team could muster came from the arm of an unlikely hurler. The 49ers defense gave fits to the Colts all day long as it deflected the advances of their offense on four red zone trips, dragged their seldom-sacked QB to the turf on three occasions and held their ground game to 62 yds. Even more encouraging than the play of the Niners defense was that of QB Alex Smith, who made his first start since 11/12/07 at Sea. He completed 11 of 19 passes for 121 yds. and a TD in the first half and led the team on two scoring drives. The first drive was extremely quick as RB Frank Gore squirted through the line on its second play and dashed 64 yds. for the score. The Colts had to wait until their 3rd possession before registering points, as Manning directed his team to the SF20, where they were forced to settle for a 38-yd. K Matt Stover FG. On the 49ers next possession, Smith fired a pass to rookie WR Michael Crabtree, who inadvertently tipped the ball into the hands of Colts S Bob Sanders. With the ball at the SF40, Indy could only ad-vance the ball 19 yds and again had to settle for a Stover FG, this time from 33-yds. out. The teams traded multiple possessions until the 49ers took over at their own 11 yd.-line with 1:44 left in the half. Smith was impressive as he completed 6 of 7 passes, including an 8-yd. TD to TE Vernon Davis. With :38 remaining in the first stanza, it appeared the 49ers would enter the locker room up 14-6,but an illegal celebration penalty after the Davis TD forced San Fran to kickoff from its own 15 yd.-line. The Colts began their drive from the IND39, and 4 plays later, Stover connected from 31 yds., setting the score at 14-9. Indianapolis started the 2nd half as they ended the first, with a 40-yd. Stover FG. The balance of the 3rd qtr. remained scoreless, but the Colts were driv-ing as the teams changed sides of the field. On the first play of the qtr., RB Joseph Addai took a Manning handoff to the left side, but pulled up and tossed a 22-yd. pass to WR Reggie Wayne in the back of the end-zone for the go-ahead score. Indianapolis led 18-14, following a failed two-point try. The 49ers offense could not find the magic they had in the first half and the home team chewed up the clock to seal the game.

Note: Gore became the first player to record 3 rushing TDs over 60 yds. in a season since 2003 (RB Ahman Green - 98t, 65t and 60t; RB Jamal Lewis – 82t, 72t and 63t). Gore is the first 49er to have three rushing touchdowns over 60 yards in a season since 1998 (RB Gar-rison Hearst – 96t, 71t, 70t) … NT Aubrayo Franklin sacked Manning in the second quarter, registering the first sack posted on the QB in 178 pass attempts. Along with DTs Isaac Sopoaga and Ray McDonald, the D-line posted 3 sacks, one more than had been registered on Man-ning in the Colts first 6 games … The 49ers defense also held Man-ning without a touchdown pass for the first time since 11/30/08 at Cle.

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QB 13 S.Hill QB 12 J.Sorgi

3QB 7 N.Davis, WR 18 M.Spurlock, S 30 R.Smith, LB 50 D.Briggs, C 59 C.Wallace, T 61 C.Patrick, WR 89 J.Hill, DT 95 R.Jean Francois

K 4 A.Vinatieri, 3QB 7 C.Painter, WR 11 A.Gonzalez, DB 20 T.Rushing, DB 28 M.Jackson, RB 31 D.Brown, OG 61 J.Richard, OT 67 T.Ugoh

San Francisco 49ers At Indianapolis Colts Start Time: 1:03 PM ESTat Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

Played Retr. Roof - Open on Turf: FieldTurfGame Weather: Sunny Temp: 49° F (9.4° C), Humidity: 49%, Wind: ESE 1 mph

Outdoor Weather: Sunny, 49 degrees, Wind ESE at 1 mph

Officials

Referee:Line Judge:

Head Linesman:Field Judge:

Umpire:Side Judge:

Back Judge:

Hochuli, Ed (85)Podraza, Tim (47)

Hittner, Mark (28)Wrolstad, Craig (4)

Brown, Chad (31)Anderson, Barry (20)

Dornan, Kirk (6)

Lineups

San Francisco 49ers Indianapolis Colts

P 4 A.Lee, K 6 J.Nedney, CB 22 N.Clements, CB 23 M.Hudson, RB 24 M.Robinson, S 26 M.Roman, S 28 C.Taylor, RB 29 G.Coffee, CB 31 D.Bly, FB 44 M.Norris, LB 55 A.Brooks, LB 56 S.McKillop, LB 57 M.Wilhelm, T 65 B.Sims, G 69 T.Wragge, WR 81 B.Jones, WR 83 A.Battle, TE/LS 86 B.Jennings, WR 88 I.Bruce, DT 91 R.McDonald, DT 93 D.Evans, DT 96 K.Balmer

P 1 P.McAfee, K 3 M.Stover, WR 17 A.Collie, DB 23 T.Jennings, DB 27 J.Lacey, RB 32 M.Hart, DB 33 M.Bullitt, RB 35 C.Simpson, DB 40 J.Silva, DB 43 A.Francisco, TE 48 J.Snow, LB 50 P.Wheeler, LB 54 F.Keiaho, LB 59 R.Humber, OG 66 K.DeVan, DT 68 E.Foster, OT 76 D.Federkeil, WR 81 H.Baskett, TE 84 J.Tamme, DT 95 F.Moala, DE 96 K.Dawson, DE 98 R.Mathis

VISITOR: San Francisco 49ers 7 7 0 0 0 14

HOME: Indianapolis Colts 3 6 3 6 0 18

1 2 3 4 OT Total

Offense DefenseOffense Defense

Team Qtr Time Play Description (Extra Point) (Drive Info) Visitor Home

Replay Official: Sifferman, Tom

Game Day Weather

Substitutions Substitutions

Did Not Play Did Not Play

Not Active Not Active

Field Goals (made ( ) & missed)

Scoring Plays

Paid Attendance: 66,229 Time: 3:09

Date: Sunday, 11/1/2009

WR 84 J.Morgan LDT 90 I.Sopoaga WR 87 R.Wayne LE 79 R.BrockLT 74 J.Staley NT 92 A.Franklin LT 74 Ch.Johnson LT 99 A.JohnsonLG 64 D.Baas RDT 94 J.Smith LG 65 R.Lilja RT 90 D.MuirC 66 E.Heitmann SAM 99 M.Lawson C 63 J.Saturday RE 93 D.Freeney

RG 62 C.Rachal TED 51 T.Spikes RG 78 M.Pollak SLB 56 T.HaglerRT 68 A.Snyder MIKE 52 P.Willis RT 71 R.Diem MLB 58 G.BrackettTE 85 V.Davis WILL 98 P.Haralson TE 44 D.Clark WLB 55 C.Session

WR 15 M.Crabtree LCB 25 T.Brown WR 85 P.Garcon LCB 26 K.HaydenFB 46 D.Walker RCB 36 S.Spencer QB 18 P.Manning RCB 25 J.PowersRB 21 F.Gore SS 32 M.Lewis RB 29 J.Addai SS 21 B.SandersQB 11 A.Smith FS 38 D.Goldson H-B 47 G.Robinson FS 41 A.Bethea

M.Stover (38) (33) (31) (40)

49ers F.Gore 64 yd. run (J.Nedney kick) (2-70, 0:46) 7 01 11:16Colts M.Stover 38 yd. Field Goal (10-57, 4:40) 7 31 3:16Colts M.Stover 33 yd. Field Goal (5-19, 1:17) 7 62 14:5049ers V.Davis 8 yd. pass from A.Smith (J.Nedney kick) (7-89, 1:11) 14 62 0:33Colts M.Stover 31 yd. Field Goal (4-48, 0:32) 14 92 0:01Colts M.Stover 40 yd. Field Goal (11-52, 5:26) 14 123 9:34Colts R.Wayne 22 yd. pass from J.Addai (pass failed) (9-70, 3:10) 14 184 14:53

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San Francisco 49ers vs Indianapolis Colts

11/1/2009 at Lucas Oil Stadium

Final Individual Statistics

18 21113 6.3 64 1 61 2.9 13 0Total Total

198 271 Total32 19 4/16 1 369 40149 32 3/20 0Total

19 32198 10.4 27 1 369 40 1Total Total

0 10 0 0 29 29 0Total

INTERCEPTIONS

PASS RECEIVING REC YDS LG TDAVG

PASSING

RUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG

Total

8 400 5950.0 Total

PUNTING NO YDS TB LG

Total 0 4 7 324 6046.3 0 2

AVG IN20

6 37 12 0

PUNT RETURNS NO YDS LG TD

Returns

FC

6 32 7 0Returns

6 102 26 0

KICKOFF RETURNS

Returns 3 64 26 0Returns

2 0 0 0 2Total 0 0 0 1

2 1 0 0 2Total 1 4 0 1

PUNTING NO YDS TB LGAVG IN20

PASS RECEIVING REC YDS LG TDAVG

INTERCEPTIONS

PASSING

RUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG

KICKOFF RETURNS

PUNT RETURNS LG TDFC

San Francisco 49ers Indianapolis Colts

11.5

1

1

ATT YDS LGTDSK/YDCMP IN RT ATT YDS LGTDSK/YDCMP IN RT

NO YDS AVG

5.3

AVG

6.2

NO YDS LG TDAVG NO YDS LG TDAVG

29.00.0

LG TDFCNO YDS AVGNO YDS LG TDFCAVG

21.317.0

94.774.7

1

NET

41.0

NET

46.0

TAR

32

TAR

49

F.Gore 91 7.0 64 113A.Smith 10 10.0 10 01G.Coffee 8 8.0 8 01M.Norris 4 1.3 3 03

J.Addai 62 3.1 13 020C.Simpson -1 -1.0 -1 01

A.Smith 198 27132 19 4/16 1 74.7 P.Manning 347 40048 31 3/20 0 86.0J.Addai 22 2211 1 0/0 0158.3

M.Crabtree 81 13.5 27 069F.Gore 43 8.6 15 056I.Bruce 51 12.8 20 048V.Davis 20 6.7 10 135J.Morgan 3 3.0 3 012M.Norris 0 0.0 0 001G.Coffee 0 0.0 0 001

R.Wayne 147 12.3 32 11220D.Clark 99 12.4 40 0810A.Collie 66 11.0 23 068P.Garcon 53 13.3 32 047J.Addai 4 2.0 2 022H.Baskett 0 0.0 0 002

B.Sanders 29 29.0 29 01

A.Lee 400 598 50.0 0 446.0 P.McAfee 324 607 46.3 0 241.0

N.Clements 31 12 04 17.8B.Jones 6 3 02 03.0

J.Silva 32 7 06 15.3[DOWNED] 0 0 01 00.0

M.Robinson 99 26 05 019.8K.Balmer 3 3 01 03.0

C.Simpson 64 26 03 021.3

FUMBLES FUM YDS FORCEDTDOWN-REC OPP-REC YDS TD OUT-BDS

San Francisco 49ers

LOST

N.Clements 0 101 0 00 0 00M.Crabtree 0 001 0 00 0 01A.Battle 0 000 0 00 1 00M.Lewis 0 000 0 00 1 00

FUMBLES FUM YDS FORCEDTDOWN-REC OPP-REC YDS TD OUT-BDS

Indianapolis Colts

LOSTJ.Silva 0 001 0 01 0 00D.Clark 0 101 0 00 0 00J.Powers 0 000 4 00 1 10R.Humber 0 000 0 00 1 00

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Final Team Statistics

San Francisco 49ers vs Indianapolis Colts

11/1/2009 at Lucas Oil Stadium

Visitor Home49ers Colts

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 16 20By Rushing 4 4By Passing 11 15By Penalty 1 1

THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 2-10-20% 8-19-42%

FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY 0-0-0% 1-1-100%

TOTAL NET YARDS 295 410Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) 54 73Average gain per offensive play 5.5 5.6

NET YARDS RUSHING 113 61Total Rushing Plays 18 21Average gain per rushing play 6.3 2.9Tackles for a loss-number and yards 2-2 1-1

NET YARDS PASSING 182 349Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass 4-16 3-20Gross yards passing 198 369

PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED 32-19-1 49-32-0Avg gain per pass play (inc.# thrown passing) 5.1 6.7

KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks 3-1-0 6-1-0

PUNTS Number and Average 8-50.0 7-46.3Had Blocked 0 0

FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 0-0Net Punting Average 46.0 41.0

TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including Kickoffs) 37 61No. and Yards Punt Returns 6-37 6-32No. and Yards Kickoff Returns 6-102 3-64No. and Yards Interception Returns 0-0 1-29

PENALTIES Number and Yards 7-50 5-38

FUMBLES Number and Lost 2-1 2-0

TOUCHDOWNS 2 1Rushing 1 0Passing 1 1

EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts 2-2 0-1Kicking Made-Attempts 2-2 0-0Passing Made-Attempts 0-0 0-1

FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts 0-0 4-4RED ZONE EFFICIENCY 1-1-100% 0-4-0%GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 0-0-0% 0-0-0%SAFETIES 0 0FINAL SCORE 14 18TIME OF POSSESSION 26:26 33:34

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Ball Possession And Drive Chart

San Francisco 49ers vs Indianapolis Colts

11/1/2009 at Lucas Oil Stadium

* inside opponent's 20

Time of Possession by Quarter

Home

Visitor

Kickoff Drive No.-Start Average

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total

6:08

8:52

7:45 6:06 6:27 26:26

7:15 8:54 8:33 33:34

49ers: 5 - SF 23 Colts: 3 - IND 29

(258) Average SF 22

(383) Average IND 29

How Ball Obtained

DriveBegan

#Play

Yds Pen

NetYds

Yds Gain

1st Down

Last Scrm

How Given Up

#

TimeRecd

TimeLost

Time Poss

How Ball Obtained

DriveBegan

#Play

Yds Pen

NetYds

Yds Gain

1st Down

Last Scrm

How Given Up

#

San Francisco 49ers

San Francisco 49ers

Indianapolis Colts

TimeRecd

Time Lost

TimePoss

Indianapolis Colts

1 15:00 1:3713:23 Kickoff SF 29 3 7 0 7 0 SF 36 Punt2 12:02 0:4611:16 Punt SF 30 2 70 0 70 1 SF 36 Touchdown3 9:32 1:367:56 Punt SF 27 3 -4 0 -4 0 SF 23 Punt4 3:16 2:091:07 Kickoff SF 12 5 28 0 28 2 SF 40 Interception

5 14:50 2:2112:29 Kickoff SF 30 3 5 0 5 0 SF 35 Punt6 10:30 2:118:19 Punt SF 28 3 12 -10 2 0 SF 30 Punt7 6:22 2:014:21 Punt SF 22 3 14 -5 9 0 SF 31 Punt8 1:44 1:110:33 Punt SF 11 7 76 13 89 6 IND 8* Touchdown9 0:01 0:010:00 Kickoff 0 0 0 0 0 End of Half

10 9:34 4:245:10 Kickoff SF 22 8 24 0 24 2 SF 44 Fumble11 4:45 1:423:03 Punt SF 20 3 3 0 3 0 SF 23 Punt

12 14:53 3:3611:17 Kickoff SF 21 8 41 -5 36 3 IND 43 Punt13 8:36 2:515:45 Punt SF 6 6 19 5 24 2 SF 30 Punt

1 13:23 1:2112:02 Punt IND 15 3 8 -5 3 0 IND 18 Punt2 11:16 1:449:32 Kickoff IND 22 3 8 0 8 0 IND 30 Punt3 7:56 4:403:16 Punt IND 23 10 67 -10 57 2 SF 20 Field Goal

4 1:07 1:1714:50 Interception SF 34 5 19 0 19 1 SF 15* Field Goal5 12:29 1:5910:30 Punt IND 25 3 8 0 8 0 IND 33 Punt6 8:19 1:576:22 Punt IND 18 4 15 0 15 1 IND 33 Punt7 4:21 2:371:44 Punt IND 18 6 18 0 18 1 IND 36 Punt8 0:33 0:320:01 Kickoff IND 39 4 48 0 48 2 SF 13* Field Goal

9 15:00 5:269:34 Kickoff IND 26 11 57 -5 52 3 SF 22* Field Goal10 5:10 0:254:45 Fumble SF 42 3 0 0 0 0 SF 42 Punt

11 3:03 3:1014:53 Punt IND 30 9 65 5 70 5 SF 22 Touchdown12 11:17 2:418:36 Punt IND 10 5 51 0 51 1 SF 39 Punt13 5:45 5:450:00 Punt IND 33 11 46 5 51 4 SF 18* End of Game

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Final Defensive Statistics

San Francisco 49ers vs Indianapolis Colts11/1/2009 at Lucas Oil Stadium

TKL /TK=Tackle AST /AS=Assist COMB=Combined TFL=Tackles for a Loss QH=Quarterback Hit

IN=Interception PD=Pass Defense FF =Forced Fumble FR=Fumble Recovery BL=Blocked

Regular Defensive Plays Special Teams MiscSan Francisco 49ers

Special Teams MiscIndianapolis Colts Regular Defensive Plays

55 12 67 3.0 20.0 0 5 1 0 10 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0Total 54

IN PD FF FR TKL AST FF FR BL TKL AST FF FRQHTKL AST COMB SK / YDS TFL

8 0 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0C.Session 20

5 2 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Bethea 00

4 1 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0G.Brackett 01

4 0 4 0.0 0.0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Powers 00

4 0 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0K.Hayden 00

0 4 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Hagler 00

2 1 3 1.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0P.Wheeler 10

2 1 3 1.0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Johnson 11

2 0 2 1.0 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Freeney 11

2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Lacey 00

2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Muir 01

2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Jennings 00

1 1 2 1.0 8.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Mathis 21

1 1 2 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0B.Sanders 00

0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Bullitt 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Foster 10

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0J.Silva 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0F.Keiaho 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Humber 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Francisco 00

TKL AST COMB SK / YDS IN PD FF FR TKL AST FF FR BL TKL AST FF FRQHTFL

9 1 10 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Goldson 00

8 0 8 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0S.Spencer 00

6 2 8 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0P.Willis 01

5 3 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Spikes 00

3 4 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Smith 00

5 0 5 0.0 0.0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Lewis 00

3 1 4 1.0 8.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0I.Sopoaga 11

3 1 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Lawson 10

3 0 3 1.0 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Franklin 11

2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Brown 10

2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0N.Clements 00

2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Roman 00

1 0 1 1.0 7.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.McDonald 11

1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Bly 00

1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0K.Balmer 00

1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0P.Haralson 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Hudson 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Battle 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0G.Coffee 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Robinson 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Morgan 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Wilhelm 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Lee 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0S.McKillop 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0C.Taylor 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0B.Jennings 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0C.Rachal 00

0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0I.Bruce 00

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Final Defensive Statistics

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2

39 12 51 4.0 8 1 2 1 1 12 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 0Total 16.0 5

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First Half Summary

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Scoring Plays

Regular Defensive Plays Special Teams MiscSan Francisco 49ers

Special Teams MiscIndianapolis Colts Regular Defensive Plays

Team Qtr Time Scoring Play ScoreVisitor Home

San Francisco 49ers Indianapolis Colts

10 1090 9.0 64 1 21 2.1 7 0Total Total

121 271 Total18 11 1/3 1 175 32024 15 1/5 0Total

11 15121 11.0 27 1 175 32 0Total Total

PASS RECEIVING REC YDS LG TDAVG

PASSING

RUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG

PASS RECEIVING REC YDS LG TDAVG

PASSING

RUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG

11.7

49ers Colts

ATT YDS LGTDSK/YDCMP IN RTATT YDS LGTDSK/YDCMP IN RT

TIME OF POSSESSIONPERIOD SCORES7 7 = 14

3 6 = 9

13:53

16:0749ers (Visitor)Colts (Home)

49ers

Colts

76.4 84.5

TAR TAR

18 24

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 9 7First Downs Rushing-Passing-by Penalty 1 - 7 - 1 0 - 7 - 0

THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 0-5-0% 3-10-30%

TOTAL NET YARDS 208 191Total Offensive Plays 29 35

NET YARDS RUSHING 90 21

NET YARDS PASSING 118 170Gross Yards Passing 121 175Times thrown-yards lost attempting to pass 1-3 1-5

Pass Attempts-Completions-Had Intercepted 18 - 11 - 1 24 - 15 - 0Punts-Number and Average 5 - 55.2 5 - 52.6Penalties-Number and Yards 4 - 35 3 - 28Fumbles-Number and Lost 1 - 0 2 - 0Red Zone Efficiency 1-1-100% 0-2-0%Average Drive Start SF 24 IND 28

49ers F.Gore 64 yd. run (J.Nedney kick) (2-70, 0:46) 7 01 11:16Colts M.Stover 38 yd. Field Goal (10-57, 4:40) 7 31 3:16Colts M.Stover 33 yd. Field Goal (5-19, 1:17) 7 62 14:5049ers V.Davis 8 yd. pass from A.Smith (J.Nedney kick) (7-89, 1:11) 14 62 0:33Colts M.Stover 31 yd. Field Goal (4-48, 0:32) 14 92 0:01

TKL AST COMB SK / YDS IN PD FF FR TKL AST FF FR BL TKL AST FF FRQHTFL

4 0 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Goldson 003 0 3 1.0 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Franklin 113 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0S.Spencer 002 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Lawson 00

IN PD FF FR TKL AST FF FR BL TKL AST FF FRQHTKL AST COMB SK / YDS TFL

5 0 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0C.Session 004 0 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0K.Hayden 003 1 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0G.Brackett 012 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Bethea 00

F.Gore 80 8.9 64 19A.Smith 10 10.0 10 01

J.Addai 22 2.4 7 09C.Simpson -1 -1.0 -1 01

A.Smith 121 27118 11 1/3 1 76.4 P.Manning 175 32024 15 1/5 0 84.5

M.Crabtree 51 17.0 27 035I.Bruce 31 10.3 13 034V.Davis 20 6.7 10 135F.Gore 19 9.5 15 023M.Norris 0 0.0 0 001

R.Wayne 78 11.1 32 0712A.Collie 53 17.7 23 033D.Clark 31 10.3 18 035P.Garcon 11 11.0 11 012J.Addai 2 2.0 2 011H.Baskett 0 0.0 0 001

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1st QuarterPlay By Play Page 111/1/2009SF wins toss, elects to Receive, and IND elects to defend the North goal.P.McAfee kicks 64 yards from IND 30 to SF 6. M.Robinson to SF 29 for 23 yards (F.Keiaho).San Francisco 49ers at 15:00, (1st play from scrimmage 14:55)

1-10-SF 29 (14:55) (Run formation) F.Gore up the middle to SF 35 for 6 yards (C.Session, B.Sanders). SF-J.Staley was injured during the play. 2-4-SF 35 (14:27) Direct snap to #21 F. Gore (Shotgun) F.Gore up the middle to SF 36 for 1 yard (A.Bethea).3-3-SF 36 (13:41) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass incomplete short left to V.Davis.4-3-SF 36 (13:36) A.Lee punts 51 yards to IND 13, Center-B.Jennings. J.Silva to IND 13 for no gain (A.Battle). FUMBLES (A.Battle), and

recovers at IND 13. J.Silva to IND 15 for 2 yards (G.Coffee).Indianapolis Colts at 13:23

1-10-IND 15 (13:23) (Run formation) P.Manning pass incomplete deep right to P.Garcon.2-10-IND 15 (13:17) J.Addai right end to IND 19 for 4 yards (M.Lawson, J.Smith).3-6-IND 19 (12:38) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to IND 24 for 5 yards (D.Goldson). FUMBLES (D.Goldson),

RECOVERED by SF-S.Spencer at IND 27. S.Spencer to IND 27 for no gain (Ch.Johnson).Indianapolis challenged the fumble ruling, and the play was REVERSED.(Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to IND 23 for 4 yards (D.Goldson).

4-2-IND 23 (12:25) P.McAfee punts 48 yards to SF 29, Center-J.Snow. N.Clements to SF 29 for no gain (P.Wheeler, A.Francisco).PENALTY on IND-P.Wheeler, Ineligible Downfield Kick, 5 yards, enforced at IND 23 - No Play.

4-7-IND 18 (12:15) P.McAfee punts 60 yards to SF 22, Center-J.Snow. N.Clements to SF 30 for 8 yards (J.Silva, F.Keiaho).San Francisco 49ers at 12:02

1-10-SF 30 (12:02) A.Smith pass short right to I.Bruce to SF 36 for 6 yards (K.Hayden, T.Hagler).R12-4-SF 36 (11:28) F.Gore up the middle for 64 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

J.Nedney extra point is GOOD, Center-B.Jennings, Holder-A.Lee. SF 7 IND 0, 2 plays, 70 yards, 0:46 drive, 3:44 elapsed

J.Nedney kicks 64 yards from SF 30 to IND 6. C.Simpson to IND 22 for 16 yards (M.Hudson).Indianapolis Colts at 11:16, (1st play from scrimmage 11:10)

1-10-IND 22 (11:10) P.Manning pass short right to J.Addai to IND 24 for 2 yards (A.Franklin, M.Lawson).2-8-IND 24 (10:30) J.Addai right end to IND 30 for 6 yards (M.Lewis).3-2-IND 30 (9:45) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete short left to R.Wayne (D.Bly).4-2-IND 30 (9:40) P.McAfee punts 43 yards to SF 27, Center-J.Snow, fair catch by N.Clements.

San Francisco 49ers at 9:321-10-SF 27 (9:32) (Pass formation) A.Smith sacked at SF 24 for -3 yards (A.Johnson).2-13-SF 24 (8:57) F.Gore up the middle to SF 23 for -1 yards (G.Brackett).3-14-SF 23 (8:13) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass incomplete short left to F.Gore [R.Mathis].4-14-SF 23 (8:02) A.Lee punts 59 yards to IND 18, Center-B.Jennings. J.Silva to IND 23 for 5 yards (A.Battle, A.Lee).

Indianapolis Colts at 7:561-10-IND 23 (7:56) P.Manning pass incomplete short left to R.Wayne. Play stopped for SF J. Powers (25); lost shoe.2-10-IND 23 (7:50) J.Addai left tackle to IND 25 for 2 yards (J.Smith, I.Sopoaga).

P13-8-IND 25 (7:12) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to R.Wayne pushed ob at SF 43 for 32 yards (S.Spencer).1-10-SF 43 (6:51) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete deep left to R.Wayne.2-10-SF 43 (6:45) J.Addai right end to SF 42 for 1 yard (T.Spikes).

P23-9-SF 42 (6:03) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to A.Collie to SF 28 for 14 yards (D.Bly) [T.Brown].1-10-SF 28 (5:21) J.Addai right end pushed ob at SF 25 for 3 yards (M.Lewis).

PENALTY on IND-P.Garcon, Offensive Holding, 10 yards, enforced at SF 28 - No Play.1-20-SF 38 (4:50) P.Manning pass incomplete deep left to R.Wayne (S.Spencer).2-20-SF 38 (4:43) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to SF 20 for 18 yards (D.Goldson).3-2-SF 20 (4:09) J.Addai right tackle to SF 20 for no gain (K.Balmer).4-2-SF 20 (3:21) M.Stover 38 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-J.Snow, Holder-P.McAfee.

SF 7 IND 3, 10 plays, 57 yards, 4:40 drive, 11:44 elapsed P.McAfee kicks 70 yards from IND 30 to SF 0. M.Robinson to SF 12 for 12 yards (J.Silva).San Francisco 49ers at 3:16, (1st play from scrimmage 3:11)

1-10-SF 12 (3:11) F.Gore up the middle to SF 15 for 3 yards (C.Session, G.Brackett).P22-7-SF 15 (2:30) A.Smith pass short right to I.Bruce to SF 28 for 13 yards (B.Sanders).

1-10-SF 28 (1:53) A.Smith pass incomplete short left to M.Crabtree.P32-10-SF 28 (1:49) A.Smith pass short right to M.Crabtree pushed ob at SF 40 for 12 yards (K.Hayden).

1-10-SF 40 (1:18) A.Smith pass deep right intended for M.Crabtree INTERCEPTED by B.Sanders at IND 37. B.Sanders to SF 34 for 29 yards (C.Rachal).

Indianapolis Colts at 1:07P31-10-SF 34 (1:07) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to R.Wayne to SF 21 for 13 yards (S.Spencer).

1-10-SF 21 (:42) J.Addai left tackle to SF 21 for no gain (A.Franklin).2-10-SF 21 (:12) P.Manning pass short left to R.Wayne pushed ob at SF 15 for 6 yards (S.Spencer).

END OF QUARTER Score Time

R P X T 3Down 4Down==== Quarter Summary ====

First Downs Efficiencies

PossSan Francisco 49ers 7 6:08 1 2 0 3 0/2 0/0Indianapolis Colts 3 8:52 0 3 0 3 2/5 0/0

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3-4-SF 15 (15:00) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete short right to D.Clark.4-4-SF 15 (14:55) M.Stover 33 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-J.Snow, Holder-P.McAfee.

SF 7 IND 6, 5 plays, 19 yards, 1:17 drive, 0:10 elapsed P.McAfee kicks 66 yards from IND 30 to SF 4. M.Robinson pushed ob at SF 30 for 26 yards (F.Keiaho).San Francisco 49ers at 14:50, (1st play from scrimmage 14:45)

1-10-SF 30 (14:45) (Run formation) F.Gore up the middle to SF 31 for 1 yard (D.Muir, T.Hagler).2-9-SF 31 (14:05) (Run formation) F.Gore right end to SF 33 for 2 yards (G.Brackett).3-7-SF 33 (13:20) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short right to V.Davis to SF 35 for 2 yards (K.Hayden).4-5-SF 35 (12:40) A.Lee punts 52 yards to IND 13, Center-B.Jennings. J.Silva to IND 20 for 7 yards (M.Hudson, S.McKillop).

PENALTY on SF-D.Walker, Ineligible Downfield Kick, 5 yards, enforced at IND 20.Indianapolis Colts at 12:29

1-10-IND 25 (12:29) J.Addai right end to IND 32 for 7 yards (N.Clements).2-3-IND 32 (11:54) J.Addai left end to IND 33 for 1 yard (N.Clements, T.Spikes).3-2-IND 33 (11:17) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to R.Wayne to IND 33 for no gain (T.Brown).4-2-IND 33 (10:44) P.McAfee punts 51 yards to SF 16, Center-J.Snow. N.Clements to SF 28 for 12 yards (R.Humber). FUMBLES

(R.Humber), ball out of bounds at SF 28.San Francisco 49ers at 10:30

1-10-SF 28 (10:30) (Run formation) A.Smith pass incomplete short left to M.Norris (J.Powers).2-10-SF 28 (10:25) (Run formation) A.Smith pass short right to V.Davis pushed ob at SF 41 for 13 yards (K.Hayden).

PENALTY on SF-D.Baas, Offensive Holding, 10 yards, enforced at SF 28 - No Play.2-20-SF 18 (9:55) F.Gore up the middle to SF 20 for 2 yards (D.Freeney, M.Bullitt).3-18-SF 20 (9:13) (Shotgun) A.Smith scrambles left tackle to SF 30 for 10 yards (J.Powers).4-8-SF 30 (8:32) A.Lee punts 59 yards to IND 11, Center-B.Jennings. J.Silva to IND 18 for 7 yards (M.Robinson).

Indianapolis Colts at 8:19P41-10-IND 18 (8:19) P.Manning pass deep middle to R.Wayne to IND 33 for 15 yards (D.Goldson).

1-10-IND 33 (7:42) P.Manning pass short left to R.Wayne to IND 38 for 5 yards (D.Goldson).2-5-IND 38 (7:07) (Shotgun) P.Manning sacked at IND 33 for -5 yards (A.Franklin).3-10-IND 33 (6:43) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete deep left to H.Baskett.4-10-IND 33 (6:37) P.McAfee punts 57 yards to SF 10, Center-J.Snow. N.Clements to SF 22 for 12 yards (M.Bullitt, R.Humber).

San Francisco 49ers at 6:221-10-SF 22 (6:22) (Run formation) F.Gore left end to SF 24 for 2 yards (C.Session, R.Mathis).2-8-SF 24 (5:41) (Run formation) PENALTY on SF-V.Davis, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at SF 24 - No Play.2-13-SF 19 (5:20) (Run formation) A.Smith pass incomplete deep right to I.Bruce.3-13-SF 19 (5:12) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short left to M.Crabtree pushed ob at SF 31 for 12 yards (J.Lacey).4-1-SF 31 (4:32) A.Lee punts 55 yards to IND 14, Center-B.Jennings. J.Silva to IND 18 for 4 yards (M.Hudson, G.Coffee).

Indianapolis Colts at 4:211-10-IND 18 (4:21) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete deep left to D.Clark (M.Lewis).2-10-IND 18 (4:15) J.Addai left end to IND 19 for 1 yard (M.Lawson, P.Willis).

P53-9-IND 19 (3:32) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to P.Garcon to IND 30 for 11 yards (T.Brown).1-10-IND 30 (2:53) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to R.Wayne to IND 37 for 7 yards (P.Haralson, P.Willis).2-3-IND 37 (2:13) C.Simpson right end to IND 36 for -1 yards (P.Willis).

Two-Minute Warning3-4-IND 36 (2:00) P.Manning pass incomplete short right to R.Wayne.4-4-IND 36 (1:57) P.McAfee punts 52 yards to SF 12, Center-J.Snow. N.Clements to SF 11 for -1 yards (J.Powers, P.Wheeler).

San Francisco 49ers at 1:44P41-10-SF 11 (1:44) A.Smith pass deep right to M.Crabtree to SF 38 for 27 yards (A.Bethea).P51-10-SF 38 (1:21) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short right to I.Bruce pushed ob at 50 for 12 yards (K.Hayden).P61-10-50 (1:16) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short right to V.Davis to IND 40 for 10 yards (C.Session).

1-10-IND 40 (:57) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass incomplete short left to V.Davis.P72-10-IND 40 (:51) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short right to F.Gore to IND 25 for 15 yards (G.Brackett, A.Bethea).X8PENALTY on IND-C.Session, Roughing the Passer, 13 yards, enforced at IND 25.

1-10-IND 12 (:43) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short right to F.Gore pushed ob at IND 8 for 4 yards (C.Session).P92-6-IND 8 (:38) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short left to V.Davis for 8 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

PENALTY on SF-J.Morgan, Unsportsmanlike Conduct, 15 yards, enforced between downs.J.Nedney extra point is GOOD, Center-B.Jennings, Holder-A.Lee.

SF 14 IND 6, 7 plays, 89 yards, 1 penalty, 1:11 drive, 14:27 elapsed J.Nedney kicks 68 yards from SF 15 to IND 17. C.Simpson to IND 39 for 22 yards (J.Morgan, C.Taylor).Indianapolis Colts at 0:33, (1st play from scrimmage 0:26)

P61-10-IND 39 (:26) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass deep left to A.Collie pushed ob at SF 38 for 23 yards (M.Roman).1-10-SF 38 (:20) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to SF 29 for 9 yards (M.Lewis). FUMBLES (M.Lewis), ball out of bounds at

SF 29.Timeout #1 by IND at 00:14.

P72-1-SF 29 (:14) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to A.Collie to SF 13 for 16 yards (M.Roman).Timeout #2 by IND at 00:06.

1-10-SF 13 (:06) M.Stover 31 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-J.Snow, Holder-P.McAfee. SF 14 IND 9, 4 plays, 48 yards, 0:32 drive, 14:59 elapsed

P.McAfee kicks 39 yards from IND 30 to SF 31. K.Balmer to SF 34 for 3 yards (J.Silva).END OF QUARTER Score Time

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First Downs Efficiencies

PossSan Francisco 49ers 14 7:45 0 5 1 6 0/3 0/0Indianapolis Colts 9 7:15 0 4 0 4 1/5 0/0

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3rd QuarterPlay By Play Page 111/1/2009IND elects to Receive, and SF elects to defend the North goal.J.Nedney kicks 70 yards from SF 30 to IND 0. C.Simpson to IND 26 for 26 yards (M.Wilhelm).Indianapolis Colts at 15:00, (1st play from scrimmage 14:56)

1-10-IND 26 (14:56) (Shotgun) J.Addai right end to IND 29 for 3 yards (I.Sopoaga).2-7-IND 29 (14:56) PENALTY on IND-R.Wayne, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at IND 29 - No Play.2-12-IND 24 (14:04) (Shotgun) P.Manning sacked at IND 16 for -8 yards (I.Sopoaga).

P83-20-IND 16 (13:31) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass deep right to P.Garcon to IND 48 for 32 yards (S.Spencer).1-10-IND 48 (12:44) P.Manning pass incomplete short left to R.Wayne.2-10-IND 48 (12:38) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to J.Addai to 50 for 2 yards (J.Smith).

P93-8-50 (11:56) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to R.Wayne to SF 41 for 9 yards (S.Spencer).P101-10-SF 41 (11:19) P.Manning pass deep left to R.Wayne to SF 21 for 20 yards (T.Spikes).

1-10-SF 21 (10:35) P.Manning pass incomplete deep left to R.Wayne [M.Lawson].2-10-SF 21 (10:29) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to A.Collie to SF 15 for 6 yards (M.Lewis).3-4-SF 15 (9:55) P.Manning sacked at SF 22 for -7 yards (R.McDonald).4-11-SF 22 (9:40) M.Stover 40 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-J.Snow, Holder-P.McAfee.

SF 14 IND 12, 11 plays, 52 yards, 5:26 drive, 5:26 elapsed P.McAfee kicks 68 yards from IND 30 to SF 2. M.Robinson to SF 22 for 20 yards (J.Silva, F.Keiaho).San Francisco 49ers at 9:34, (1st play from scrimmage 9:27)

1-10-SF 22 (9:27) (Run formation) F.Gore up the middle to SF 24 for 2 yards (A.Johnson, T.Hagler).2-8-SF 24 (8:50) (Run formation) A.Smith pass short right to F.Gore to SF 31 for 7 yards (A.Bethea, T.Hagler). IND-

K.Hayden was injured during the play. R103-1-SF 31 (8:13) (Run formation) M.Norris up the middle to SF 34 for 3 yards (C.Session).

1-10-SF 34 (7:32) (Run formation) F.Gore up the middle to SF 33 for -1 yards (D.Muir).2-11-SF 33 (6:56) (Run formation) A.Smith pass short right to F.Gore to SF 43 for 10 yards (A.Bethea, P.Wheeler).

R113-1-SF 43 (6:10) (Run formation) M.Norris up the middle to SF 44 for 1 yard (G.Brackett).1-10-SF 44 (5:28) (Run formation) A.Smith pass incomplete short left to I.Bruce [C.Session].2-10-SF 44 (5:20) (Run formation) A.Smith pass short left to M.Crabtree to SF 46 for 2 yards (J.Powers). FUMBLES

(J.Powers), RECOVERED by IND-J.Powers at SF 46. J.Powers to SF 42 for 4 yards (I.Bruce).San Francisco challenged the fumble ruling, and the play was Upheld. (Timeout #1 at 05:10.)

Indianapolis Colts at 5:101-10-SF 42 (5:10) P.Manning pass incomplete deep right to P.Garcon.2-10-SF 42 (5:04) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete short left to R.Wayne.3-10-SF 42 (5:00) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete deep right to P.Garcon (D.Goldson).4-10-SF 42 (4:55) P.McAfee punts 25 yards to SF 17, Center-J.Snow. B.Jones to SF 20 for 3 yards (A.Francisco, P.Wheeler).

San Francisco 49ers at 4:451-10-SF 20 (4:45) (Run formation) F.Gore left tackle to SF 23 for 3 yards (C.Session, A.Bethea).2-7-SF 23 (4:04) (Run formation) M.Norris left guard to SF 23 for no gain (A.Bethea, A.Johnson).3-7-SF 23 (3:21) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass incomplete short right to J.Morgan [E.Foster].4-7-SF 23 (3:14) A.Lee punts 54 yards to IND 23, Center-B.Jennings. J.Silva to IND 30 for 7 yards (M.Hudson, B.Jennings).

Indianapolis Colts at 3:031-10-IND 30 (3:03) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete short left to A.Collie (P.Willis).2-10-IND 30 (2:57) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to P.Garcon to IND 35 for 5 yards (P.Willis).

P113-5-IND 35 (2:39) P.Manning pass short left to R.Wayne to IND 46 for 11 yards (S.Spencer). SF-P.Haralson was injured during the play.

1-10-IND 46 (2:02) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to SF 45 for 9 yards (S.Spencer).R122-1-SF 45 (1:39) J.Addai left tackle to SF 42 for 3 yards (I.Sopoaga).

1-10-SF 42 (1:06) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass incomplete deep left to H.Baskett.2-10-SF 42 (:59) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short middle to A.Collie to SF 37 for 5 yards (P.Willis).

X133-5-SF 37 (:26) PENALTY on SF-I.Sopoaga, Neutral Zone Infraction, 5 yards, enforced at SF 37 - No Play.R141-10-SF 32 (:03) J.Addai right end to SF 22 for 10 yards (T.Spikes, D.Goldson).

END OF QUARTER Score TimeR P X T 3Down 4Down==== Quarter Summary ====

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P151-10-SF 22 (15:00) J.Addai pass deep left to R.Wayne for 22 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Handoff to J. Addai to the left side.TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. P.Manning pass to P.Garcon is incomplete. ATTEMPT FAILS.

SF 14 IND 18, 9 plays, 70 yards, 1 penalty, 3:10 drive, 0:07 elapsed P.McAfee kicks 67 yards from IND 30 to SF 3. M.Robinson to SF 21 for 18 yards (R.Humber).San Francisco 49ers at 14:53, (1st play from scrimmage 14:47)

1-10-SF 21 (14:47) A.Smith pass incomplete short left to I.Bruce.P122-10-SF 21 (14:43) A.Smith pass short right to M.Crabtree pushed ob at SF 32 for 11 yards (T.Jennings).P131-10-SF 32 (14:18) A.Smith pass deep right to I.Bruce pushed ob at IND 48 for 20 yards (T.Jennings).

1-10-IND 48 (13:54) F.Gore up the middle to IND 41 for 7 yards (J.Powers).R142-3-IND 41 (13:15) (Run formation) G.Coffee up the middle to IND 33 for 8 yards (C.Session).

1-10-IND 33 (12:37) A.Smith pass incomplete short left to G.Coffee.2-10-IND 33 (12:32) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short right to J.Morgan pushed ob at IND 30 for 3 yards (J.Lacey) [C.Session].3-7-IND 30 (12:06) (Shotgun) PENALTY on SF-A.Smith, Delay of Game, 5 yards, enforced at IND 30 - No Play.3-12-IND 35 (11:49) (Shotgun) A.Smith sacked at IND 43 for -8 yards (R.Mathis).4-20-IND 43 (11:23) A.Lee punts 33 yards to IND 10, Center-B.Jennings, fair catch by J.Silva.

Indianapolis Colts at 11:171-10-IND 10 (11:17) (Shotgun) J.Addai right tackle to IND 13 for 3 yards (J.Smith).

P162-7-IND 13 (10:48) P.Manning pass deep right to D.Clark to SF 47 for 40 yards (D.Goldson).1-10-SF 47 (10:04) (Shotgun) J.Addai left end to SF 46 for 1 yard (P.Willis, J.Smith).2-9-SF 46 (9:24) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to R.Wayne pushed ob at SF 39 for 7 yards (S.Spencer). SF-T.Spikes

was injured during the play. 3-2-SF 39 (8:52) P.Manning pass incomplete deep middle to A.Collie.4-2-SF 39 (8:47) P.McAfee punts 36 yards to SF 3, Center-J.Snow. B.Jones to SF 6 for 3 yards (P.Wheeler, J.Lacey).

San Francisco 49ers at 8:361-10-SF 6 (8:36) F.Gore up the middle to SF 6 for no gain (C.Session).

PENALTY on IND-D.Freeney, Defensive Offside, 5 yards, enforced at SF 6 - No Play.P151-5-SF 11 (8:17) A.Smith pass short right to F.Gore to SF 18 for 7 yards (P.Wheeler).

1-10-SF 18 (7:42) A.Smith sacked at SF 18 for 0 yards (P.Wheeler).P162-10-SF 18 (7:08) (Run formation) A.Smith pass short left to M.Crabtree to SF 35 for 17 yards (J.Powers).

1-10-SF 35 (6:24) (Run formation) A.Smith pass incomplete short right to M.Crabtree.2-10-SF 35 (6:19) (Run formation) A.Smith pass incomplete deep left to I.Bruce.3-10-SF 35 (6:14) (Shotgun) A.Smith sacked at SF 30 for -5 yards (D.Freeney).4-15-SF 30 (5:57) A.Lee punts 37 yards to IND 33, Center-B.Jennings, downed by SF-A.Battle.

Indianapolis Colts at 5:451-10-IND 33 (5:45) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to A.Collie to IND 35 for 2 yards (M.Lewis, T.Spikes).2-8-IND 35 (4:59) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to IND 40 for 5 yards (T.Spikes).

P173-3-IND 40 (4:18) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to IND 45 for 5 yards (M.Lewis).R181-10-IND 45 (3:33) J.Addai right tackle to SF 42 for 13 yards (D.Goldson).

1-10-SF 42 (2:47) J.Addai right tackle to SF 41 for 1 yard (T.Spikes).2-9-SF 41 (2:04) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to P.Garcon to SF 36 for 5 yards (P.Willis).

Two-Minute WarningP193-4-SF 36 (1:58) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to SF 27 for 9 yards (D.Goldson).

Timeout #2 by SF at 01:51.1-10-SF 27 (1:51) J.Addai up the middle to SF 24 for 3 yards (T.Spikes, M.Lewis).

PENALTY on SF, Defensive 12 On-field, 5 yards, enforced at SF 27 - No Play.1-5-SF 22 (1:47) J.Addai up the middle to SF 19 for 3 yards (D.Goldson, T.Spikes).

Timeout #3 by SF at 01:37.2-2-SF 19 (1:37) J.Addai right tackle to SF 18 for 1 yard (M.Lawson, J.Smith).3-1-SF 18 (:54) J.Addai up the middle to SF 18 for no gain (D.Goldson).

The Replay Assistant challenged the first down ruling, and the play was Upheld.Timeout #1 by IND at 00:09.

R204-1-SF 18 (:09) J.Addai right tackle to SF 16 for 2 yards (P.Willis, J.Smith).END OF QUARTER Score Time

R P X T 3Down 4Down==== Quarter Summary ====First Downs Efficiencies

PossSan Francisco 49ers 14 6:27 1 4 0 5 0/2 0/0Indianapolis Colts 18 8:33 2 4 0 6 2/4 1/1

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Miscellaneous Statistics Report

Ten Longest Plays for San Francisco 49ers

Ten Longest Plays for Indianapolis Colts

VISITOR: San Francisco 49ers 2 0 0

HOME: Indianapolis Colts 1 0 0

Offense Defense Special TeamsTouchdown Scoring Information

Play Start Play DescriptionQtrYards2-4-SF 36 (11:28) F.Gore up the middle for 64 yards, TOUCHDOWN.1642-10-IND 40 (:51) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short right to F.Gore to IND 25 for 15 yards (G.Brackett, A.Bethea).

PENALTY on IND-C.Session, Roughing the Passer, 13 yards, enforced at IND 25.228

1-10-SF 11 (1:44) A.Smith pass deep right to M.Crabtree to SF 38 for 27 yards (A.Bethea).2271-10-SF 32 (14:18) A.Smith pass deep right to I.Bruce pushed ob at IND 48 for 20 yards (T.Jennings).4202-10-SF 18 (7:08) (Run formation) A.Smith pass short left to M.Crabtree to SF 35 for 17 yards (J.Powers).4172-7-SF 15 (2:30) A.Smith pass short right to I.Bruce to SF 28 for 13 yards (B.Sanders).1132-10-SF 28 (1:49) A.Smith pass short right to M.Crabtree pushed ob at SF 40 for 12 yards (K.Hayden).1121-10-SF 38 (1:21) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short right to I.Bruce pushed ob at 50 for 12 yards (K.Hayden).2123-13-SF 19 (5:12) (Shotgun) A.Smith pass short left to M.Crabtree pushed ob at SF 31 for 12 yards (J.Lacey).2122-10-SF 21 (14:43) A.Smith pass short right to M.Crabtree pushed ob at SF 32 for 11 yards (T.Jennings).411

Play Start Play DescriptionQtrYards2-7-IND 13 (10:48) P.Manning pass deep right to D.Clark to SF 47 for 40 yards (D.Goldson).4403-8-IND 25 (7:12) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to R.Wayne pushed ob at SF 43 for 32 yards

(S.Spencer).132

3-20-IND 16 (13:31) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass deep right to P.Garcon to IND 48 for 32 yards (S.Spencer).3321-10-IND 39 (:26) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass deep left to A.Collie pushed ob at SF 38 for 23 yards (M.Roman).2231-10-SF 22 (15:00) J.Addai pass deep left to R.Wayne for 22 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Handoff to J. Addai to the

left side.422

1-10-SF 41 (11:19) P.Manning pass deep left to R.Wayne to SF 21 for 20 yards (T.Spikes).3202-20-SF 38 (4:43) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to D.Clark to SF 20 for 18 yards (D.Goldson).1182-1-SF 29 (:14) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short right to A.Collie to SF 13 for 16 yards (M.Roman).2161-10-IND 18 (8:19) P.Manning pass deep middle to R.Wayne to IND 33 for 15 yards (D.Goldson).2153-9-SF 42 (6:03) (Shotgun) P.Manning pass short left to A.Collie to SF 28 for 14 yards (D.Bly) [T.Brown].114

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49ERS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (NFL 1950-09)COACHING

Games (Includes Postseason) 166 Bill Walsh (1979-88) 125 George Seifert (1989-96) 117 Dick Nolan (1968-75)Wins (Includes Postseason) 108 George Seifert (1989-96) 102 Bill Walsh (1979-88) 72 Lawrence “Buck” Shaw (1946-54)Consecutive Wins (Single Regular Season) 11 Steve Mariucci (1997) 10 George Seifert (1990, 1994) 9 Bill Walsh (1984)Consecutive Wins (Regular Season) 15 George Seifert (1989-90) 11 Steve Mariucci (1997) 10 George Seifert (1990, 1994)Losses (Includes Postseason) 63 Bill Walsh (1979-88) 56 Dick Nolan (1968-75) 43 Steve Mariucci (1997-02)Consecutive Losses 9 Pete McCulley/Fred O’Conner (1978) 8 Mike Nolan (2007) Steve Mariucci (1999) Bill Walsh (1980) 7 Dennis Erickson (2004) Bill Walsh (1979) Dick Nolan (1974)Winning Percentage (Includes Postseason) 75.5 George Seifert (1989-96) 63.8 Lawrence “Buck” Shaw (1946-54) 61.8 Bill Walsh (1979-88)Seasons 10 Bill Walsh (1979-88) 9 Lawrence “Buck” Shaw (1946-54) 8 George Seifert (1989-96) Dick Nolan (1968-75)Consecutive Winning Seasons 8 George Seifert (1989-96) 6 Bill Walsh (1983-88) 4 Lawrence “Buck” Shaw (1951-54)Division Titles 6 George Seifert (1989-90, 1992-95) Bill Walsh (1981, 1983-84, 1986-88) 3 Dick Nolan (1970-72)Consecutive Division Titles 4 George Seifert (1992-95) 3 Bill Walsh (1986-88) Dick Nolan (1970-72)

SERVICEGAMES PLAYED

Career 238 Jerry Rice, WR (1985-2000) 212 Jimmy Johnson, DB (1961-76) 208 Bryant Young (1994-2007) Len Rohde, T (1960-74)

Consecutive Games 208 Len Rohde, T (1960-74) 189 Jerry Rice, WR (1985-97) 174 Leo Nomellini, DT (1950-63)

SCORINGPOINTS

Career 1,130 Jerry Rice (1985-2000), 187 TD, 4 2-PT Conversion 979 Ray Wersching (1977-87), 409 PAT, 190 FG 738 Tommy Davis (1959-69), 348 PAT, 130 FGSeason 138 Jerry Rice (1987), 23 TD 136 Mike Cofer (1989), 49 PAT, 29 FG 131 Ray Wersching (1984), 56 PAT, 25 FGGame 30 Jerry Rice, at Atl. (10/14/90), 5 TD 26 Gordy Soltau, vs. LA Rams (10/28/51), 3 TD,

1 FG, 5 PAT 24 Jerry Rice, at TB (11/14/93), 4 TD Billy Kilmer, at Min. (10/15/61), 4 TD

TOUCHDOWNSCareer 187 Jerry Rice (1985-2000), 176 rec., 10 rush, 1 fum. rec. 83 Terrell Owens (1996-2003), 81 rec., 2 rush 66 Roger Craig (1983-90), 50 rush, 16 rec.Season 23 Jerry Rice (1987), 22 rec., 1 rush 17 Jerry Rice (1995), 15 rec., 1 rush, 1 fum. rec. Jerry Rice (1989), 17 rec. 16 Terrell Owens (2001), 16 rec. Jerry Rice (1993), 15 rec, 1 rush Jerry Rice (1986), 15 rec., 1 rush Game 5 Jerry Rice, at Atl. (10/14/90), 5 rec. 4 Jerry Rice, at TB (11/14/93), 4 rec. Billy Kilmer, at Min. (10/15/61), 4 rush

EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTEDCareer 425 Ray Wersching (1977-87) 350 Tommy Davis (1959-69) 302 Gordy Soltau (1950-58)Season 62 Doug Brien (1994) 61 Mike Cofer (1993) 56 Ray Wersching (1984)Game 8 Mike Cofer, vs. Atl. (10/18/92) Mike Cofer, at Det. (12/19/93) Mike Cofer, vs. Chi. (12/23/91) Bruce Gossett, at Atl. (10/29/72) Tommy Davis, at Det. (10/1/61)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDS

EXTRA POINTS MADECareer 409 Ray Wersching (1977-87) 348 Tommy Davis (1959-69) 289 Mike Cofer (1988-93)Season 60 Doug Brien (1994) 59 Mike Cofer (1993) 56 Ray Wersching (1984)Game 8 Mike Cofer, vs. Atl. (10/18/92) Mike Cofer, at Det. (12/19/93) Mike Cofer, vs. Chi. (10/23/91) Bruce Gossett, at Atl. (10/29/72) Tommy Davis, at Det. (10/1/61)

CONSECUTIVE EXTRA POINTS MADECareer 234 Tommy Davis (9/27-59 to 12/12/65)Season 56 Ray Wersching (1984) 51 Ray Wersching (1983) 40 Jeff Wilkins (1996)Game 8 Mike Cofer, vs. Atl. (10/18/92)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTEDCareer 276 Tommy Davis (1959-69) 261 Ray Wersching (1977-87) 194 Mike Cofer (1988-93)Season 38 Mike Cofer (1988) 36 Gary Anderson (1997) Mike Cofer (1990) Mike Cofer (1989) Bruce Gossett (1971) 35 Joe Nedney (2006) Ray Wersching (1986) Ray Wersching (1984)Game 6 Joe Nedney, vs. TB (10/30/05) Jeff Wilkins, vs. Atl. (9/29/96) Ray Wersching, at NO (10/16/83) Tommy Davis, at LA Rams (10/17/65) Tommy Davis, at Dal. (11/20/60) Gordy Soltau, at GB (11/23/58)

FIELD GOALS MADECareer 190 Ray Wersching (1977-87) 130 Tommy Davis (1959-69) 128 Mike Cofer (1988-93)Season 30 Jeff Wilkins (1996) 29 Joe Nedney (2006) Gary Anderson (1997) Mike Cofer (1989)

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Game 36 Charlie Garner, at Dal. (9/24/00) 34 Maurice Hicks, at Arz. (12/12/04) Delvin Williams, at StL (10/31/76) 31 Frank Gore, at Den. (12/31/06) Garrison Hearst, vs. Sea. (12/1/02) J.D. Smith, at Chi. (10/14/62) J.D. Smith, at Bal. (10/7/62)

YARDS GAINEDCareer 7,344 Joe Perry (1950-60, 1963) 7,064 Roger Craig (1983-90) 5,930 Ken Willard (1965-73)Season 1,695 Frank Gore (2006) 1,570 Garrison Hearst (1998) 1,502 Roger Craig (1988)Game 212 Frank Gore, vs. Sea. (11/19/06) 207 Frank Gore, vs. Sea. (9/20/09) 201 Charlie Garner, at Dal. (9/24/00) Long 96t Garrison Hearst, vs. NYJ (9/6/98) 89t Hugh McElhenny, at Dal. Texans (10/5/52) 86t Hugh McElhenny, at GB (11/18/56)

100-YARD GAMESCareer 20 Joe Perry (1948-60, 1963) 16 Frank Gore (2005-09) 16 Garrison Hearst (1997-98, 2001-03)Season 9 Frank Gore (2006) 6 Garrison Hearst (1998) Roger Craig (1988) 5 J.D. Smith (1959) Joe Perry (1953)Consecutive Games 4 Garrison Hearst (11/30/98 to 12/20/98) 3 Frank Gore (11/12/06 to 11/26/06) J.D. Smith (10/7/62 to 10/21/62) Billy Kilmer (10/1/61 to 10/15/61)

AVERAGE GAINCareer (250+ attempts) 5.9 Steve Young (1987-99) 5.0 Wendell Tyler (1983-86) Joe Perry (1950-60, 1963) 4.9 Jeff Garcia (1999-2003) Hugh McElhenny (1952-60)Season (100+ attempts) 6.1 Joe Perry (1958), 125-758 Joe Perry (1954), 173-1,049 5.4 Frank Gore (2006), 312-1,695 Delvin Williams (1975), 117-631 5.3 John Henry Johnson (1954), 129- 681 Joe Perry (1953), 192-1,018Game (10+ attempts) 13.4 Joe Perry, vs. Det. (11/2/58), 13-174 12.9 Frank Gore, vs. Sea. (9/20/09, 16-207 11.9 Wilbur Jackson, vs. NO (11/27/77), 16-190

1,000-YARD SEASONSSeasons 3 Frank Gore (2006-08) Garrison Hearst (1997-98, 2001) Roger Craig (1985, 1988-89) 2 Charlie Garner (1999-00) Joe Perry (1953-54)Consecutive Seasons 3 Frank Gore (2006-08) 2 Charlie Garner (1999-00) Garrison Hearst (1997-98) Roger Craig (1988-89) Joe Perry (1953-54)

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNSCareer 50 Roger Craig (1983-90) Joe Perry (1950-60, 1963) 45 Ken Willard (1965-73) 37 Steve Young (1987-99) J.D. Smith (1956-64)Season 10 Derek Loville (1995) Ricky Watters (1993) Billy Kilmer (1961) J.D. Smith (1959) Joe Perry (1953) 9 Ricky Watters (1992) Roger Craig (1988) Roger Craig (1985) John Henry Johnson (1954)Game 4 Billy Kilmer, at Min. (10-15-61)Consecutive Games 5 Joe Perry (12/6/53 to 10/10/61) Hugh McElhenny (9/26/54 to 10/24/54)

PASSING QB RATING

Career (1,000+ Attempts) 101.4 Steve Young (1987-99) 93.5 Joe Montana (1979-92) 88.3 Jeff Garcia (1999-03)Season (200+ Attempts) 112.8 Steve Young (1994) 112.4 Joe Montana (1989) 107.0 Steve Young (1992)

ATTEMPTSCareer 4,600 Joe Montana (1979-92) 4,491 John Brodie (1957-73) 3,648 Steve Young (1987-99)Season 578 Steve DeBerg (1979) 561 Jeff Garcia (2000) 528 Jeff Garcia (2002)Game 60 Joe Montana, at Was. (11/17/86) 57 Tim Rattay, vs. Arz. (10/10/04) Joe Montana, at Atl. (10/6/85) 55 Jeff Garcia, at Dal. (12/8/02)

Game 6 Jeff Wilkins, vs. Atl. (9/29/96) Ray Wersching, at NO (10/16/83) 5 Joe Nedney, vs. TB (10/30/05) Jeff Chandler, vs. Chi. (9/7/03) Bruce Gossett, vs. Den. (9/23/73)Long 56 Joe Nedney, at StL (12/24/05) Mike Cofer, at Atl. (10/14/90) 54 Steve Mike/Mayer, at LA Rams (11/9/75) Bruce Gossett, vs. NO (10/21/73) 53 Joe Nedney, vs. Phi. (10/12/08) Ray Wersching, at Det. (9/2/84) Tommy Davis, at LA Rams (10/17/65) Tommy Davis, vs. Chi. (10/4/64)50+ Yards Career 7 Joe Nedney (2005-09) 5 Mike Cofer (1988-93) 4 Ray Wersching (1977-87) Tommy Davis (1959-69)Consecutive Field Goals Made 18 Joe Nedney (11/26/06 to 9/30/07) 17 Mike Cofer (12/4/88 to 10/1/89) 16 Wade Richey (12/27/98 to 11/7/99) Gary Anderson (9/14/97 to 11/10/97) 13 Jose Cortez (9/5/02 to 11-3/02) Bruce Gossett (10/14/73 to 12/2/73)Consecutive Games Field Goal Made 25 Bruce Gossett (11/29/70 to 10/1/72)

FIELD GOAL PCT.Career (100+ attempts) 87.1 Joe Nedney (2005-09), 108-124 72.8 Ray Wersching (1977-87), 190-261 67.0 Mike Cofer (1988-93), 128-191Season (20+ attempts) 92.9 Joe Nedney (2005), 26-28 91.3 Wade Richey (1999), 21-23 88.2 Jeff Wilkins (1996), 30-34 83.3 Ray Wersching (1983), 25-30 Ray Wersching (1979), 20-24

SAFETIESCareer 3 Bryant Young (1994-2007) Charlie Krueger (1959-73) 2 Leo Nomellini (1950-1963) 1 (15 players) Last: J. Ulbrich, vs. Arz. (12/7/03)Season *2 Bryant Young (1996)

RUSHINGATTEMPTS

Career 1,686 Roger Craig (1983-90) 1,582 Ken Willard (1965-73) 1,475 Joe Perry (1950-60, 1963)Season 312 Frank Gore (2006) 310 Garrison Hearst (1998) Roger Craig (1988) 271 Roger Craig (1989)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDS

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San Francisco 49ers RECORDSGame 57 Tim Rattay, vs. Arz. (10/10/04) Joe Montana, at Atl. (10/6/85) 51 Steve Young, vs. Ind. (10/18/98) 46 Shaun Hill, at Mia. (12/14/08)

AVERAGE GAIN PER ATTEMPTCareer (1,000+ attempts) 8.2 Steve Young (1987-99) 7.6 Joe Montana (1979-92) 7.3 Y.A. Tittle (1951-60)Season (200+ attempts) 9.14 John Brodie (1961) 9.12 Joe Montana (1989) 9.02 Steve Young (1991)Game (20+ attempts) 15.39 Steve Young, vs. Det. (12/19/93) 14.44 Steve Young, vs. LA Rams (11/28/93) 14.25 Steve Young, vs. Atl. (10/16/92)

RECEIVINGRECEPTIONS

Career 1,281 Jerry Rice (1985-2000) 592 Terrell Owens (1996-03) 508 Roger Craig (1983-90)Season 122 Jerry Rice (1995) 112 Jerry Rice (1994) 108 Jerry Rice (1996)Game *20 Terrell Owens, vs. Chi. (12/17/00) 16 Jerry Rice, vs. LA Rams (11/20/94) 14 Jerry Rice, vs. Min. (12/18/95)Consecutive Games With A Reception 225 Jerry Rice (12/9/85 to 12/23/00) 115 Terrell Owens (10/20/96 to 12/21/03) 105 Dwight Clark (9/14/80 to 9/13/87)

YARDSCareer 19,247 Jerry Rice (1985-2000) 8,572 Terrell Owens (1996-2003) 6,750 Dwight Clark (1979-87)Season *1,848 Jerry Rice (1995) 1,570 Jerry Rice (1986) 1,503 Jerry Rice (1993)Game 289 Jerry Rice, vs. Min. (12/18/95) 286 John Taylor, at LA Rams (12/11/89) 283 Terrell Owens, vs. Chi. (12/17/00)Long 97t John Taylor, at Atl. (11/3/91) 96t Jerry Rice, at SD (11/27/88) 95t John Taylor, at LA Rams (12/11/89)

1,000-YARD SEASONSSeasons 12 Jerry Rice (1986-96, 1998) 5 Terrell Owens (1998, 2000-03) 2 John Taylor (1989, 1991)

COMPLETIONSCareer 2,929 Joe Montana (1979-92) 2,469 John Brodie (1957-73) 2,400 Steve Young (1987-99)Season 355 Jeff Garcia (2000) 347 Steve DeBerg (1979) 332 Joe Montana (1983)Game 38 Tim Rattay, vs. Arz. (10/10/04) 37 Joe Montana, at Atl. (11/6/85) 36 Jeff Garcia, at Dal. (12/8/02) Jeff Garcia, vs. Chi. (12/17/00) Consecutive Completions 22 Joe Montana, vs. Cle. (11/29/87) and at GB (12/6/87) 19 Steve Young, at Was. (11/24/96)Long 97t Steve Young to John Taylor, at Atl. (11/3/91) 96t Joe Montana to Jerry Rice, at SD (11/27/88) 95t J. Montana to J. Taylor, at LA Rams (12/11/89)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGECareer (1,000+ attempts) 65.8 Steve Young (1987-99), 2,400-3,648 63.7 Joe Montana (1979-92), 2,929-4,600 61.4 Jeff Garcia (1999-2003), 1,449-2,360Season (200+ attempts) 70.3 Steve Young (1994), 324-461 70.2 Joe Montana (1989), 271-386 68.0 Steve Young (1993), 314-462Game (20+ attempts) 90.0 Steve Young, vs. Det. (10/20/91), 18-20 85.7 Steve Young, vs. NO (9/14/97), 18-21 85.0 John Brodie, vs. Atl. (9/29/68), 17-20 84.4 Joe Montana, vs. Atl. (9/25/83), 27-32

YARDSCareer 35,124 Joe Montana (1979-92) 31,548 John Brodie (1957-73) 29,907 Steve Young (1987-99)Season 4,278 Jeff Garcia (2000) 4,170 Steve Young (1998) 4,023 Steve Young (1993)Game 476 Joe Montana, at Atl. (10/14/90) 462 Steve Young, at LA Rams (11/28/93) 458 Joe Montana, at LA Rams (12/11/89)

300-YARD GAMESCareer 35 Joe Montana (1979-92) 28 Steve Young (1987-99) 14 Jeff Garcia (1999-2003)Season 7 Steve Young (1998) 6 Jeff Garcia (2000) 5 Steve Young (1994) Joe Montana (1982, 1985, 1987, 1990)

Consecutive 300-Yard Games 6 Steve Young (1998) 5 Joe Montana (1982) 4 Joe Montana (1990)

TOUCHDOWN PASSESCareer 244 Joe Montana (1979-92) 221 Steve Young (1987-99) 214 John Brodie (1957-73)Season 36 Steve Young (1998) 35 Steve Young (1994) 32 Jeff Garcia (2001)Game 6 Joe Montana, at Atl. (10/14/90) 5 Joe Montana, at Phi. (9/24/89) Joe Montana, at Atl. (10/6/85) Steve Spurrier, at Chi. (11/19/72) John Brodie, vs. Min. (11/28/65)Consecutive Games 18 Steve Young (10/9/94 to 11/26/95) note-DNP in 5 games in 1995 15 Steve Young (9/6/98 to 12/27/98) note-EQ 11-8-98 14 Joe Montana (12/17/89 to 12/3/90)

PASSES INTERCEPTEDCareer 224 John Brodie (1957-73) 134 Y.A. Tittle (1951-60) 123 Joe Montana (1979-92)Season 28 Y.A. Tittle (1955) 24 John Brodie (1971) 23 Frank Albert (1950)Game 6 John Brodie, at Det. (11/4/73) 5 Steve DeBerg at Dal. (10/12/80) Scott Bull vs. Pit. (11/27/78) Tom Owen at Cle. (12/1/74) John Brodie, vs. Bal. (11/28/64) Y.A. Tittle, at Bal. (11/30/58) Y.A. Tittle, vs. Bal. (12/13/53) Frank Albert, vs. Pit. (12/7/52)Fewest, Season (200+ attempts) 4 Steve Bono (1991), 237 attempts 6 Steve Young (1997), 356 attempts Steve Young (1996), 316 attempts 7 Steve Young (1992), 402 attempts Steve Spurrier (1975), 207 attempts

PASSES WITHOUT INTERCEPTIONConsecutive 183 Steve Young (10/3/93)-22 passes to (11/28/93)-13 passes 154 Joe Montana (9/24/89)-12 passes to (11/19/89)-6 passes 150 Jeff Garcia (9/24/00)-26 passes to (10/22/00)-8 passes

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100-YARD GAMESCareer 66 Jerry Rice (1985-2000) 25 Terrell Owens (1996-2003) 17 Gene Washington (1969-77)Season 9 Jerry Rice (1995) 8 Jerry Rice (1989) 7 Jerry Rice (1990)Consecutive Games 4 Jerry Rice (10/29/95 to 11/20/95) 3 Jerry Rice (12/10/95 to 12/24/95) Jerry Rice (9/10/89 to 9/24/89) Jerry Rice (9/11/88 to 9/25/88) Jerry Rice (11/15/87 to 11/29/87) Dwight Clark (12/11/82 to 12/26/82) Dwight Clark (9/12/82 to 11/21/82)

AVERAGE GAINCareer (100+ receptions) 18.0 Gene Washington (1969-77), 371 rec. 16.6 R.C. Owens (1957-61), 176 rec. 16.3 John Taylor (1986-95), 347 rec.Season (25+ receptions) 21.4 Freddie Solomon (1983), 31 rec. 21.2 Gene Washington (1974), 29 rec. 20.8 Gene Washington (1970), 53 rec.Game (5+ receptions) 32.4 John Taylor, at Atl. (12/3/89), 5-162 32.2 Jerry Rice, at Dal. (11/20/95), 5-161 32.0 Gene Washington, vs. NE (10/31/71), 5-160

TOUCHDOWNSCareer 176 Jerry Rice (1985-2000) 81 Terrell Owens (1996-03) 59 Gene Washington (1969-77)Season *22 Jerry Rice (1987) 17 Jerry Rice (1989) 16 Terrell Owens (2001)Game 5 Jerry Rice, at Atl. (10/14/90) 4 Jerry Rice, at TB (11/14/93) 3 Vernon Davis, at Hou. (10/26/09) Terrell Owens, at Atl. (10/14/01) Jerry Rice, vs. Min. (12/18/95) Jerry Rice, vs. LA Rams (11/20/94) Tom Rathman at NYG (9/6/92) Jerry Rice, at Sea. (9/25/88) Jerry Rice, vs. Chi. (12/14/87) Jerry Rice, vs. Cle. (11/29/87) Jerry Rice, at TB (11/22/87) Jerry Rice, vs. StL (11/9/86) Jerry Rice, vs. Ind. (10/5/86) Gene Washington vs. SD (9/17/72) Gene Washington, at NO (12/13/70) Bernie Casey, vs. Min. (10/24/65) Dave Parks, at Bal. (10/3/65) Gordy Soltau, vs. LA Rams (10/28/51)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSConsecutive Games With A TD Reception 13 Jerry Rice (12/19/86 to 12/27/87) 8 Terrell Owens (11/8/98 to 12/27/98) Jerry Rice (12/8/89 to 11/27/89) Dave Parks (11/7/65 to 9/11/66)

INTERCEPTIONSINTERCEPTIONS

Career 51 Ronnie Lott (1981-90) 47 Jimmy Johnson (1961-76) 36 Kermit Alexander (1963-69)Season 10 Ronnie Lott (1986) Dave Baker (1960) 9 Tony Parrish (2003) Dwight Hicks (1981) Kermit Alexander (1968) Lowell Wagner (1951) 8 Walt Harris (2006) Dick Moegle (1957) Jim Cason (1951)Game 4 Dave Baker, at LA Rams (12/4/60) 3 Walt Harris, vs. Oak. (10/8/06) Ronnie Heard, vs. Arz. (10/27/02) Rod Woodson, vs. NO (9/14/97) Eric Wright, at Min. (9/8/83) Anthony Leonard, vs. Cin. (10/1/78)Consecutive Games 6 Kermit Alexander (11/17/68 to 9/21/69) 5 Tony Parrish (11/2/03 to 12/7/03) 4 Lance Schulters (10/10/99 to 11/21/99) Dick Moegle (11/4/56 to 11/25/56)

YARDS RETURNEDCareer 643 Ronnie Lott (1981-90) 615 Jimmy Johnson (1961-76) 586 Dwight Hicks (1979-85)Season 303 Deion Sanders (1994) 239 Dwight Hicks (1981)Game 104 Dwight Hicks, at Was. (10/4/81) 97 Zack Bronson, at Chi. (10/28/01) 94 Merton Hanks, vs. NO (11/22/93) Alvin Randolph, vs. Chi. (12/11/66)Long 97t Zack Bronson, at Chi. (10/28/01) 94t Alvin Randolph, vs. Chi. (12/11/66) 93t Deion Sanders, at Atl. (10/16/94)

TOUCHDOWNSCareer 5 Ronnie Lott (1981-90) 3 Tim McDonald (1993-99) Deion Sanders (1994) Dwight Hicks (1979-85) Rex Berry (1951-56) 2 Jason Webster (2000-03) Zack Bronson (1997-03) Merton Hanks (1991-98) Ken Norton Jr. (1994-00) Eric Davis (1990-95) Eric Wright (1981-90) Tom Holmoe (1983-89) Jimmy Johnson (1961-76) Skip Vanderbundt (1969-76)Season 3 Deion Sanders (1994) Ronnie Lott (1981) 2 Zack Bronson (2001) Tim McDonald (1995) Ken Norton Jr. (1995) Tom Holmoe (1986) Dwight Hicks (1983) Eric Wright (1983)Game 2 Ken Norton Jr., at StL (10/22/95)

PUNTING PUNTS

Career 511 Tommy Davis (1959-69) 503 Andy Lee (2004-09) 380 Tom Wittum (1973-77) 281 Max Runager (1984-88)Season 107 Andy Lee (2005) 105 Andy Lee (2007) 96 Andy Lee (2004) Mike Connell (1978)Game 11 Tom Wittum, vs. LA Rams (11/21/76) Pete Brown, at Chi. (10/17/54) 10 Andy Lee vs. Sea. (9/30/07) Jim Miller, vs. Atl. (11/8/81) Jim Miller, vs. LA Rams (10/25/81) Mike Connell, at Atl. (11/5/78) Tom Wittum, vs. Atl. (10/23/76)

YARDSCareer 22,833 Tommy Davis (1959-69)22,489 Andy Lee (2004-09) 15,494 Tom Wittum (1973-77)Season *4,968 Andy Lee (2007) 4,447 Andy Lee (2005) 3,990 Andy Lee (2004) 3,858 Jim Miller (1981)

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San Francisco 49ers RECORDSGame 550 Andy Lee, vs. Sea. (9/30/07) 517 Tom Wittum, vs. LA Rams (11/21/76) 475 Tommy Davis, at Det. (10/6/63) 433 Jim Miller, at LA Rams (10/25/81)Long 86 Larry Barnes, vs. Chi. Cardinals (9/29/57) 82 Andy Lee, vs. NE (10/5/08) Tommy Davis, vs. Min. (9/30/62) 81 Andy Lee, at TB (11/21/04) Tommy Davis, at StL (11/25/62)

AVERAGECareer (100+ attempts) 44.7 Tommy Davis (1959-69), 511 punts 44.7 Andy Lee (2004-09), 503 punts 41.9 Tommy Thompson (1995-97), 208 punts Frank Albert (1950-52), 139 puntsSeason (40+ attempts) 47.8 Andy Lee (2008), 66 punts 47.3 Andy Lee (2007), 105 punts 45.8 Tommy Davis (1965), 54 punts 45.7 Tommy Davis (1959), 59 punts 45.6 Tommy Davis (1964), 79 punts Tommy Davis (1962), 48 puntsGame (4+ attempts) 57.2 Andy Lee, at Pit. (9/23/07) 55.0 Klaus Wilmsmeyer, at Det. (10/9/94), 4 punts 54.8 Andy Lee, at StL (12/21/08), 5 punts 54.5 Tommy Davis, vs. Chi. (11/19/61), 4 punts 54.3 Andy Lee, vs. Sea. (9/30/07), 10 punts 54.2 Tommy Davis, at LA Rams (10/18/64), 5 punts

PUNT RETURNSPUNT RETURNS

Career 149 John Taylor (1986-95) 142 Dana McLemore (1982-87) Bruce Taylor (1970-77) 124 Joe Arenas (1951-57)Season 47 R.W. McQuarters (1998) 45 Dana McLemore (1984) 44 Michael Lewis (2007) John Taylor (1988)Game 9 Ralph McGill, at Atl. (10/29/72) Anthony Leonard, vs. NO (10/17/76) 8 Hugh McElhenny, vs. Det. (11/2/58) Joe Arenas, at Det. (10/16/55) 7 Michael Lewis, vs. StL (11/18/07) Dana McLemore, at NO (11/25/84)

PUNT RETURN YARDSCareer 1,531 Dana McLemore (1982-87) 1,517 John Taylor (1986-95) 1,323 Bruce Taylor (1970-77)Season 556 John Taylor (1988) 521 Dana McLemore (1984) 516 Bruce Taylor (1970)

Game 141 Anthony Leonard, vs. NO (10/17/76), 9 ret. 133 Bruce Taylor, at Hou. (11/15/70), 6 ret. 131 Dexter Carter, vs. Min. (10/3/93), 5 ret. 126 Dexter Carter, vs. Min. (12/18/95), 4 ret.Long 95t John Taylor, vs. Was. (11/21/88) 94t Hugh McElhenny, at Chi. (10/19/52) 93t Dana McLemore, vs. LA Rams (1/2/83)

AVERAGECareer (50+ returns) 10.8 Dana McLemore (1982-87), 142 ret. 10.5 Jimmy Williams (2002-04), 55 ret. 10.4 Dexter Carter (1990-94, 1995-96), 117 ret.Season (1+ per game) 16.8 Jimmy Williams (2002), 20 returns 14.2 Hugh McElhenny (1952), 20 returns 13.8 Bruce Taylor (1973), 15 returns (14 games)Game (3+ returns) 40.7 Hugh McElhenny, at Chi. (12/19/52), 3 ret. 31.5 Dexter Carter, vs. Min. (12/18/95), 4 ret. 31.3 Dana McLemore, vs. LA Rams (1/2/83), 4 ret. 29.8 Manfred Moore, vs. Atl. (11/24/74), 5 ret.

TOUCHDOWNSCareer 4 Dana McLemore (1982-87) 2 Dexter Carter (1990-94, 1995-96) John Taylor (1986-95) Freddie Solomon (1978-85) Kermit Alexander (1963-69) Abe Woodson (1958-64)Season 2 John Taylor (1988) Freddie Solomon (1980)

KICKOFF RETURNSKICKOFF RETURNS

Career 217 Dexter Carter (1990-94, 1995-96) 185 Maurice Hicks (2004-2007) 166 Abe Woodson (1958-64)Season 63 Maurice Hicks (2007) 57 Maurice Hicks (2006) 50 Vinny Sutherland (2001)Game 9 Allen Rossum, vs. Phi. (10/12/08) Maurice Hicks, vs. SD (10/15/06) 8 Maurice Hicks, at Was. (10/23/05)

KICKOFF RETURN YARDSCareer 4,873 Abe Woodson (1958-64) 4,707 Dexter Carter (1990-94, 1995-96) 4,242 Maurice Hicks (2004-2007)Season 1,502 Maurice Hicks (2007) 1,428 Maurice Hicks (2006) 1,259 Allen Rossum (2008)

Game 210 Abe Woodson, vs. Det.(11/11/62) 202 Lenny Lyles, vs. Bal. (12/18/60) 195 Maurice Hicks, vs. SD (10/15/06) 194 Allen Rossum, vs. Phi. (10/12/08)Long 105t Abe Woodson, at LA Rams (11/8/59) 104t Allen Rossum, at Arz. (11/10/08) 103t Abe Woodson, vs. Min. (9/15/63) 101t Terry Kirby, vs. Car. (11/16/97) James Owens, at Det. (11/2/80)

AVERAGECareer (50+ returns) 29.4 Abe Woodson (1958-64), 166 returns 27.3 Joe Arenas (1951-57), 139 returns 25.9 Vic Washington (1971-73), 84 returnsSeason (10+ returns) 34.4 Joe Arenas (1953), 16 returns (12 games) 32.2 Abe Woodson (1963), 29 returns (14 games) 31.3 Abe Woodson (1962), 37 returns (14 games)Game (3+ returns) 67.3 Lenny Lyles, vs. Bal. (12/18/60), 3 ret. 52.7 Abe Woodson, at LA Rams (11/8/59), 3 ret. 46.5 Allen Rossum, at Arz. (11/10/08), 4 ret.

TOUCHDOWNSCareer 5 Abe Woodson (1958-64) 2 Dexter Carter (1990-94, 1995-96) James Owens (1979-80) Dave Williams (1977-78)Season 3 Abe Woodson (1963)Game 1 (20 times) Last: Allen Rossum, at Arz.

(11/10/08)SACKS

(Since 1970)Career 112.5 Cedrick Hardman (1970-79) 106.0 Tommy Hart (1968-77) 89.5 Bryant Young (1994-2007)Season 18.0 Cedrick Hardman (1971) 17.5 Fred Dean (1983) Cleveland Elam (1977) 17.0 Tim Harris (1992) Tommy Hart (1972)Game 6.0 Fred Dean, vs. NO (11/13/83) Tommy Hart, at LA Rams (10/11/76) 4.0 Roy Barker, at StL (10/25/98) Chris Doleman, at NO (10/11/98) Dana Stubblefield, at Phi. (11/10/97) Dwaine Board, at LA Raiders (9/22/85) 3.5 Chris Doleman, vs. Car. (11/8/98)

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49ERS INDIVIDUAL CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS(NFL Totals Only, 1950-2009)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDS

SCORINGNO NAME TD R P RT 2-PT PAT FG TOT 1. Rice, Jerry (1985-2000) 187 10 176 1 4 - - 1,130 2. Wersching, Ray (1977-87) - - - - - 409/425 190/261 979 3. Davis, Tommy (1959-69) - - - - - 348/350 130/276 738 4. Cofer, Mike (1988-93) - - - - - 289/297 128/194 673 5. Soltau, Gordy (1950-58) 25 0 25 0 - 284/302 70/138 644 6. Owens, Terrell (1996-03) 83 2 81 0 2 - - 502 7. Gossett, Bruce (1970-74) - - - - - 163/168 99/153 460 8. Nedney, Joe (2005-09) - - - - - 122/122 108/124 446 9. Craig, Roger (1983-90) 66 50 16 0 - - - 396 10. Willard, Ken (1965-73) 61 45 16 0 - - - 366

PASSING YARDS NO NAME ATT COMP PCT YDS TD INT LG 1. Montana, Joe (1979-92) 4,600 2,929 63.7 35,124 244 123 96t 2. Brodie, John (1957-73) 4,491 2,469 55.0 31,548 214 224 83t 3. Young, Steve (1987-99) 3,648 2,400 65.8 29,906 221 86 97t 4. Garcia, Jeff (1999-03) 2,360 1,449 61.4 16,408 113 56 75t 5. Tittle, Y.A. (1951-60) 2,194 1,226 55.9 16,016 108 134 78t 6. DeBerg, Steve (1977-80) 1,201 670 55.8 7,220 37 60 93 7. Spurrier, Steve (1967-75) 840 441 52.5 5,250 33 48 81t 8. Smith, Alex (2005-08) 854 469 54.9 5,083 23 33 75 9. Rattay, Tim (2000-05) 586 356 60.8 3,941 24 18 89t 10. Albert, Frank (1950-52) 601 316 52.6 3,847 27 43 60

RUSHING YARDS NO NAME ATT YDS AVG TD LG 1. Perry, Joe (1950-60, 1963) 1,475 7,344 4.9 50 78t 2. Craig, Roger (1983-90) 1,686 7,064 4.2 50 71 3. Willard, Ken (1965-73) 1,582 5,930 3.7 45 69t 4. Hearst, Garrison (1997-2003) 1,189 5,535 4.7 26 96t 5. Gore, Frank (2005-09) 1,004 4,805 4.8 25 80t 6. Smith, J.D. (1956-64) 1,007 4,370 4.3 37 80t 7. McElhenny, Hugh (1952-60) 877 4,288 4.9 35 89t 8. Barlow, Kevan (2001-05) 891 3,614 4.1 24 78t 9. Young, Steve (1987-99) 608 3,581 5.9 37 49t 10. Tyler, Wendell (1983-86) 624 3,112 4.9 16 40

CAREER RECEPTIONS NO NAME REC YDS AVG TD LG 1. Rice, Jerry (1985-00) 1,281 19,247 15.0 187 96t 2. Owens, Terrell (1996-03) 592 8,572 14.5 81 79t 3. Craig, Roger (1983-90) 508 4,442 8.7 16 73 4. Clark, Dwight (1979-87) 506 6,750 13.3 48 80t 5. Jones, Brent (1987-97) 417 5,195 12.5 33 69t 6. Wilson, Billy (1951-60) 407 5,902 14.5 49 77t 7. Washington, Gene (1969-77) 371 6,664 17.9 59 79t 8. Taylor, John (1986-95) 347 5,598 16.3 43 97t 9. Stokes, J.J. (1995-02) 327 4,139 12.7 30 53 10. Solomon, Freddie (1978-85) 310 4,873 15.7 43 93t

INTERCEPTIONS NO NAME INT YDS AVG TD LG 1. Lott, Ronnie (1981-90) 51 643 12.6 5 83t 2. Johnson, Jimmy (1961-76) 47 615 13.1 2 63 3. Alexander, Kermit (1963-69) 36 499 13.9 1 66t 4. Hanks, Merton (1991-98) 31 380 12.3 2 67t 5. Hicks, Dwight (1979-85) 30 586 19.5 3 72 6. Wagner, Lowell (1950-53, 1955) 25 331 13.2 0 40 7t. Berry, Rex (1951-56) 22 404 18.4 3 44t Griffin, Don (1986-93) 22 49 2.2 0 23 Parrish, Tony (2002-06) 22 504 22.9 1 60 10. Baker, Dave (1959-61) 21 294 14.0 0 40

SACKSNO NAME SACKS 1. Hardman, Cedrick (1970-79) 112.5 2. Hart, Tommy (1968-77) 106.0 3. Young, Bryant (1994-2007) 89.5 4. Haley, Charles (1986-91, 1999) 66.5 5. Board, Dwaine (1979-88) 61.0 6. Stubblefield, Dana (1993-97, 2001-02) 46.5 7. Dean, Fred (1981-85) 40.0 8. Doleman, Chris (1996-98) 38.0 9. Elam, Cleveland (1976-78) 33.0 10. Carter, Andre (2001-05) 32.0

PUNT RETURN YARDAGE NO NAME RTN YDS AVG TD LG 1. McLemore, Dana (1982-87) 142 1,531 10.8 4 93t 2. Taylor, John (1986-95) 149 1,517 10.2 2 95t 3. Taylor, Bruce (1970-77) 142 1,323 9.3 0 76 4. Carter, Dexter (1990-96) 117 1,213 10.4 2 78t 5. McGill, Ralph (1972-76) 105 964 9.2 1 54 6. Woodson, Abe (1958-64) 105 949 9.0 2 85t 7. Solomon, Freddie (1978-85) 106 804 7.6 2 57t 8. Alexander, Kermit (1963-69) 120 782 6.5 2 70t 9. Arenas, Joe (1951-57) 124 774 6.2 1 67t 10. Griffin, Don (1986-93) 74 667 9.0 1 76t

YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE (RUSH/RECEIVING) NO NAME TOTAL YARDS RUSH RECEIVE 1. Rice, Jerry (1985-2000) 19,872 625 19,247 2. Craig, Roger (1983-90) 11,506 7,064 4,442 3. Owens, Terrell (1996-03) 8,734 162 8,572 4. Perry, Joe (1950-60, 1963) 8,624 7,344 1,280 5. Willard, Ken (1965-73) 8,086 5,930 2,156 6. Hearst, Garrison (1997-03) 7,139 5,535 1,604 7. McElhenny, Hugh (1952-60) 6,954 4,069 2,666 8. Clark, Dwight (1979-87) 6,800 50 6,750 9. Washington, Gene (1969-77) 6,663 -1 6,664 10. Gore, Frank (2005-09) 6,345 4,805 1,540

PUNTING YARDAGE NO NAME PUNTS YARDS AVG LG 1. Davis, Tommy (1959-69) 511 22,833 44.7 82 2. Lee, Andy (2004-09) 503 22,489 44.7 82 3. Wittum, Tom (1973-77) 380 15,494 40.8 68 4. Runager, Max (1984-88) 281 11,394 40.5 62 5. Spurrier, Steve (1967-75) 230 8,818 38.3 61 6. Thompson, Tommy (1995-98) 208 8,711 41.9 65 7. Miller, Jim (1980-82) 214 8,686 40.6 80 8. Helton, Barry (1988-90) 202 7,832 38.8 56 9. Wilmsmeyer, Klaus (1992-94) 145 5,871 40.5 61 10. Albert, Frank (1946-52) 139 5,830 41.9 70

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE NO NAME RET YARDS AVG TD LG 1. Woodson, Abe (1958-64) 166 4,873 29.4 5 105t 2. Carter, Dexter (1990-96) 217 4,707 21.7 2 98t 3. Hicks, Maurice (2004-07) 185 4,242 22.9 0 64 4. Arenas, Joe (1951-57) 139 3,798 27.3 1 96 5. Alexander, Kermit (1963-69) 137 3,271 23.9 0 56 6. Washington, Vic (1971-73) 84 2,178 25.9 1 98t 7. Owens, James (1979-80) 72 1,728 24.0 2 101t 8. Monroe, Carl (1983-87) 76 1,660 21.8 1 95t 9. Cunningham, Doug (1967-73) 68 1,613 23.7 0 94 10. McElhenny, Hugh (1952-60) 65 1,494 23.0 0 55

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San Francisco 49ers RECORDS

SCORING YEAR TD PAT FG PTS 1. Jerry Rice 1987 23 0 0 138 2. Mike Cofer 1989 0 40 27 136 3. Ray Wersching 1984 0 56 25 131 4. Jeff Wilkins 1986 0 40 30 130 5. Ray Wersching 1983 0 51 25 126 6. Gary Anderson 1997 0 38 29 125 7t. Mike Cofer 1988 0 40 27 121 Joe Nedney 2008 0 34 29 121 9t. Ray Wersching 1986 0 41 25 116 Joe Nedney 2006 0 29 29 116

SEASON RUSHING (BY YARDS) YEAR ATT YDS AVG LG TD 1. Frank Gore 2006 312 1,695 5.4 72 8 2. Garrison Hearst 1998 310 1,570 5.1 96t 7 3. Roger Craig 1988 310 1,502 4.8 46t 9 4. Wendell Tyler 1984 246 1,262 5.1 40 7 5. Charlie Garner 1999 241 1,229 5.1 53 4 6. Garrison Hearst 2001 252 1,206 4.8 43t 4 7. Delvin Williams 1976 248 1,203 4.9 80t 7 8. Charlie Garner 2000 258 1,142 4.4 42 7 9. Frank Gore 2007 260 1,102 4.2 43t 5 10. Roger Craig 1989 271 1,054 3.9 27 6

SEASON PASSING (BY YARDS) YEAR ATT COMP PCT YDS TD INT 1. Jeff Garcia 2000 561 355 63.3 4,278 31 10 2. Steve Young 1998 517 322 62.3 4,170 36 12 3. Steve Young 1993 462 314 68.0 4,023 29 16 4. Steve Young 1994 461 324 70.3 3,969 35 10 5. Joe Montana 1990 520 321 61.7 3,944 26 16 6. Joe Montana 1983 515 332 64.5 3,910 26 12 7. Joe Montana 1985 494 303 61.3 3,653 27 13 8. Steve DeBerg 1979 578 347 60.0 3,652 17 21 9. Joe Montana 1984 432 279 64.6 3,630 28 10 10. Joe Montana 1981 488 311 63.7 3,565 19 12

SACKS YEAR NO. YDS YEAR NO. YDS 1. Cedrick Hardman 1971 18.0 NA 6t. Tommy Hart 1976 16.0 NA 2t. Cleveland Elam 1977 17.5 NA Charles Haley 1990 16.0 107 Fred Dean 1983 17.5 151.5 8t. Cedrick Hardman 1975 15.0 NA 4t. Tommy Hart 1972 17.0 NA Dana Stubblefield 1997 15.0 99.0 Tim Harris 1992 17.0 116.0 Chris Doleman 1998 15.0 81.5

SAN FRANCISCO ALL-TIME TOP 10 SEASON LEADERSSEASON RECEIVING (BY YARDS)

YEAR NO YDS AVG LG TD 1. Jerry Rice 1995 +122 *1,848 15.1 81t 15 2. Jerry Rice 1986 86 1,570 18.3 66t 15 3. Jerry Rice 1993 98 1,503 15.3 80t 15 4. Jerry Rice 1990 100 1,502 15.0 64t 13 5. Jerry Rice 1994 112 1,499 13.4 69t 13 6. Jerry Rice 1989 82 1,483 18.1 68t 17 7. Terrell Owens 2000 97 1,451 15.0 69t 13 8. Terrell Owens 2001 93 1,412 15.2 60t 16 9. Dave Parks 1965 80 1,344 16.8 53t 12 10. Jerry Rice 1988 64 1,306 20.4 96t 9+ Team Record * NFL Record

SEASON INTERCEPTIONS (BY NUMBER) YEAR NO YDS AVG LG TD 1t. Dave Baker 1960 10 96 9.6 28 0 Ronnie Lott 1986 10 134 13.4 57t 1 3t. Jim Cason 1949 9 152 19.9 -- 0 Lowell Wagner 1951 9 115 12.8 40 0 Kermit Alexander 1968 9 155 17.2 66t 1 Dwight Hicks 1981 9 239 26.6 72 1 Tony Parrish 2003 9 202 22.4 49 0 8t. Walt Harris 2006 8 84 10.5 42 1 Ken Casanega 1946 8 146 18.3 68 0 Dick Moegle 1957 8 107 13.4 40 0

SACKS YEAR NO. YDS 1. Cedrick Hardman 1971 18.0 N/A 2t. Cleveland Elam 1977 17.5 N/A Fred Dean 1983 17.5 151.5 4t. Tommy Hart 1972 17.0 N/A Tim Harris 1992 17.0 116.0 6t. Tommy Hart 1976 16.0 N/A Charles Haley 1990 16.0 107 8t. Cedrick Hardman 1975 15.0 N/A Dana Stubblefield 1997 15.0 99 Chris Doleman 1998 15.0 81.5

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS RUSH REC OFF PUNT RT KICK RT RET DEF TOTYEAR PLAYER NO YDS NO YDS YDS NO YDS NO YDS YDS YDS YDS2006 Gore, Frank 312 1,695 61 485 2,180 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,1801998 Hearst, Garrison 310 1,570 39 535 2,105 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,1051985 Craig, Roger 214 1,050 92 1,016 2,066 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,0661988 Craig, Roger 310 1,502 76 534 2,036 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,0361971 Washington, Vic 191 811 36 317 1,128 0 0 33 858 858 0 1,9861995 Rice, Jerry 5 36 122 1,848 1,884 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,8842000 Garner, Charlie 258 1,142 68 647 1,789 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,7891999 Garner, Charlie 241 1,229 56 535 1,764 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,7641952 McElhenny, Hugh 98 684 26 367 1,051 20 284 20 284 680 0 1,7311986 Rice, Jerry 10 72 86 1,570 1,642 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,642

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49ERS LONGEST PLAYS

San Francisco 49ers RECORDS

LONG RUNS FROM SCRIMMAGE 96t Garrison Hearst vs. NYJ ......................................................... 9/6/98 89t Hugh McElhenny at Dal. Texans ........................................... 10/5/52 86t Hugh McElhenny at GB ...................................................... 11/18/56 82t Hugh McElhenny vs. Dal. Texans ........................................ 10/26/52 80 Wilbur Jackson vs. NO ....................................................... 11/27/77 80t Frank Gore vs. Sea. .............................................................. 9/20/09 80t Delvin Williams vs. Was. ....................................................... 11/7/76 80t J.D. Smith vs. GB ................................................................. 12/7/58 79t Frank Gore vs. Sea. .............................................................. 9/20/09 78t Kevan Barlow vs. Pit. ......................................................... 11/17/03 78t Joe Perry vs. Dal. Texans ................................................... 10/26/52 78t Joe Perry vs. GB ................................................................ 12/10/50

LONGEST PASSES 97t Steve Young to John Taylor at Atl. .......................................... 11/3/91 96t Joe Montana to Jerry Rice at SD ......................................... 11/27/88 95t Joe Montana to John Taylor at LA Rams ............................. 12/11/89 93t Steve DeBerg to Freddie Solomon vs. Atl. ............................. 9/28/80 89t Tim Rattay to Brandon Lloyd vs. Dal. ..................................... 9/25/05 92t Joe Montana to John Taylor at LA Rams ............................. 12/11/89 85t Jim Plunkett to Delvin Williams vs. Was. ................................ 11/7/76 83t John Brodie to Dave Parks at LA Rams ............................... 10/18/64 82 Steve Young to Terry Kirby at Atl. ......................................... 10/19/97 81t Steve Young to Garrison Hearst vs. NO ................................ 11/22/98 81t Elvis Grbac to Jerry Rice at Dal. .......................................... 11/12/95 81t Steve Spurrier to Ted Kwalick vs. NO................................... 10/22/72 80t Steve Young to Jerry Rice at Det. ........................................ 12/19/93 80t Steve Young to Jerry Rice vs. Atl. ........................................ 10/18/92 80t Joe Montana to Jerry Rice vs. Was. ..................................... 11/21/88 80t Joe Montana to Dwight Clark at Hou. .................................. 10/21/84 80t John Brodie to Clifton McNeil at GB ...................................... 9/28/69 80t John Brodie to Dave Parks vs. Min. ..................................... 10/25/64 80t John Brodie to Jimmy Johnson at Chi. ................................ 10/14/62

LONGEST PUNTS 82 Andy Lee vs. NE ....................................................................10/5/08 82 Tommy Davis vs. Min. ...........................................................9/30/62 81 Andy Lee at TB ...................................................................11/21/04 81 Tommy Davis at StL Cardinals ............................................11/25/62 80 Jim Miller at Den. .................................................................9/19/82 79 Tommy Davis at Chi. ...........................................................10/14/62 76 Larry Barnes vs. Bal. .............................................................12/8/57 75 Verl Lillywhite vs. Cle. ...........................................................9/30/57 74 Andy Lee at Bal.....................................................................10/7/07 74 Tommy Davis vs. Chi. ..........................................................10/30/51 72 Jon Kilgore vs. Chi. ...............................................................12/6/69 71 Andy Lee vs. Sea. .................................................................9/30/07 71 Andy Lee at StL ....................................................................9/16/07 71 Tommy Davis vs. Chi. ..........................................................10/25/59

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS 95t John Taylor vs. Was. ............................................................11/21/88 94t Hugh McElhenny at Chi. ......................................................10/19/52 93t Dana McLemore vs. LA Rams ..................................................1/2/83 89t Jimmy Williams vs. Sea. ........................................................12/1/02 88t Manfred Moore vs. Atl. ........................................................11/24/74 85t Abe Woodson at GB ............................................................10/21/62 83t Dana McLemore vs. Chi. ......................................................12/14/87 80t Abe Woodson vs. Det. ............................................................11/5/61 79t Dana McLemore at NYG ........................................................10/8/84 78t Dexter Carter vs. Min. ..........................................................12/18/95

LONG KICKOFF RETURNS 105t Abe Woodson at LA Rams .....................................................11/8/59 104t Allen Rossum at Arz. ...........................................................11/11/08 103t Abe Woodson vs. Min. ...........................................................9/15/63 101t Terry Kirby vs. Car. ..............................................................11/16/97 101t James Owens at Det. ............................................................11/2/80 99t Abe Woodson at NYG ..........................................................11/17/63 98t Dexter Carter vs. NO .............................................................12/1/91 98t Vic Washington at Atl. .........................................................10/29/72 98t Abe Woodson at Det. .............................................................10/1/61 97t Vic Washington vs. Dal. .......................................................12/23/72 97t Lenny Lyles vs. Bal. ............................................................12/18/60 96t Dexter Carter at Was. ............................................................11/6/94 96 Joe Arenas vs. Bal...............................................................12/16/56

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS 97t Zack Bronson at Chi. ........................................................... 10/28/01 94t Alvin Randolph vs. Chi. ........................................................ 12/11/66 93t Deion Sanders at Atl. .......................................................... 10/16/94 90t Deion Sanders at SD .......................................................... 12/11/94 88t Tory Nixon at GB ................................................................. 10/26/86 86t Eric Davis vs. StL ................................................................ 11/26/95 83t Ronnie Lott at KC ................................................................ 12/26/82 82 Carlton Williamson vs. Sea. ................................................. 11/25/85 77t Tom Holmoe vs. StL Cardinals ............................................... 11/9/86 74t Deion Sanders vs. NO ........................................................... 9/25/94 73t Tim McDonald at Was. .......................................................... 11/6/94

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURNS 99t Don Griffin vs. Chi. ..............................................................12/23/91 96t Lee Woodall vs. Buf. ..............................................................12/3/95 80t Dwaine Carpenter at Chi. ....................................................10/31/04 80t Dwight Hicks at Was. ............................................................10/4/81 78t Derrick Johnson at Arz. (Mexico City) ....................................10/2/05 75t Clark Miller at Det. ..............................................................11/14/65 73t Skip Vanderbundt at Dal. .....................................................11/23/72 71 Gerard Williams vs. NO .........................................................9/23/79 71t Darnell Walker at Min. .........................................................10/24/99 66t Windlan Hall vs. Phi. .............................................................12/2/73 65t Keena Turner at Was. ............................................................12/1/85 63t Tommy Hart at StL Cardinals...............................................10/24/71

LONGEST FIELD GOALS 56 Joe Nedney at StL ...............................................................12/24/05 56 Mike Cofer at Atl. .................................................................10/14/90 54 Steve Mike-Mayer at LA Rams .............................................11/9/75 54 Bruce Gossett vs. NO ...........................................................10/21/73 53 Joe Nedney vs. Phi. .............................................................10/12/08 53 Ray Wersching at Det. .............................................................9/2/84 53 Tommy Davis at LA Rams ....................................................10/18/64

LONGEST RETURNS OF FIELD GOAL ATTEMPT 92t Bruce Taylor at NO ..............................................................12/13/70 74t Nate Clements at NYG .........................................................10/19/08 62t Johnny Jackson at Dal. .......................................................10/15/89 58t Bruce Taylor at NO ................................................................9/26/71 41t Donald Strickland vs. Phi. ....................................................10/12/08 38 Kermit Alexander vs. Phi. .....................................................11/20/66 30 Kermit Alexander at Phi. ........................................................9/20/64

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49ERS QB WINS/LOSSES(1950-2009)

PLAYER WINS LOSSES TIES PCT.Montana, Joe 99 40 0.712Young, Steve 92 33 0.742Brodie, John 73 73 7 0.500Tittle, Y.A. 45 31 1 0.591Garcia, Jeff 36 35 0.507Spurrier, Steve 14 17 1 0.453Albert, Frankie 13 16 1 0.450Plunkett, Jim 11 15 0.423Smith, Alex 11 20 0.355Hill, Shaun 10 6 0.625Bono, Steve 5 1 0.833Grbac, Elvis 5 3 0.625DeBerg, Steve 5 15 0.250Bull, Scott 5 17 0.227Mira, George 4 2 0.667Owen, Tom 4 3 0.571Rattay, Tim 4 9 0.308Kemp, Jeff 3 2 1 0.583Reed, Joe 3 4 0.429Cavanaugh, Matt 2 0 1.000O’Sullivan, J.T. 2 6 0.250Snead, Norm 2 6 0.250McHan, Lamar 2 7 0.222Gagliano, Bob 1 0 1.000Cason, Jimmy 1 0 1.000Druckenmiller, Jim 1 0 1.000Detmer, Ty 1 0 1.000Moroski, Mike 1 1 0.500Powers, Jimmy 1 1 0.500Morrall, Earl 1 3 1 0.300Dilfer, Trent 1 5 0.167Weinke, Chris 0 1 0.000Waters, Bobby 0 2 0.000Morrison, Dennis 0 2 0.000Stenstrom, Steve 0 3 0.000Dorsey, Ken 0 6 0.000 458 385 12 0.543

San Francisco 49ers RECORDS

RUSHING CHAMPIONS 1953 Joe Perry ...............................................................................1,018 1954 Joe Perry ...............................................................................1,049

PASSING CHAMPIONS (Passer Rating) 1970 John Brodie .............................................................................93.9 1987 Joe Montana ..........................................................................102.1 1989 Joe Montana ..........................................................................112.4 1991 Steve Young ...........................................................................101.8 1992 Steve Young ...........................................................................107.0 1993 Steve Young ...........................................................................101.5 1994 Steve Young ......................................................................... *112.8 1996 Steve Young .............................................................................97.2 1997 Steve Young ...........................................................................104.7

RECEIVING CHAMPIONS 1954 Billy Wilson .................................................................................60 1956 Billy Wilson .................................................................................60 1957 Billy Wilson .................................................................................52 1965 Dave Parks .................................................................................80 1968 Clifton McNeil .............................................................................71 1982 Dwight Clark ...............................................................................60 1985 Roger Craig .................................................................................92 1990 Jerry Rice .................................................................................100 1996 Jerry Rice .................................................................................108

PUNTING CHAMPIONS (Based on Average) 1962 Tommy Davis ...........................................................................45.6

SCORING 1952 Gordy Soltau ...............................................................................94 1953 Gordy Soltau .............................................................................114 1984 Ray Wersching ..........................................................................131 1987 Jerry Rice .................................................................................138 1989 Mike Cofer ................................................................................136

KICKOFF RETURNS (Based on Average) 1953 Joe Arenas ...............................................................................34.4 1959 Abe Woodson ...........................................................................29.4 1962 Abe Woodson ...........................................................................31.3 1963 Abe Woodson ...........................................................................32.2

FIELD GOALS 1960 Tommy Davis ..............................................................................19

PUNT RETURNS (Based on Yards) 1960 Abe Woodson ............................................................................174 1988 John Taylor ...............................................................................556

INTERCEPTIONS 1960 Dave Baker .................................................................................10 1986 Ronnie Lott .................................................................................10 2003 Tony Parrish ................................................................................9#*NFL Record #Shared NFL Lead

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RUSHING ATTEMPTS NO ATT PLAYER YEAR 1. 191 Washington, Vic 1971 2. 189 Willard, Ken 1965 3. 174 Jackson, Wilbur 1974 4. 171 Cooper, Earl 1980 5. 129 Johnson, John H. 1954 6. 127 Gore, Frank 2005 7. 125 Barlow, Kevan 2001 8. 109 Lisbon, Don 1963 9. 98 McElhenny, Hugh 1952 10. 96 Kilmer, Billy 1961

RUSHING YARDS NO YDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 811 Washington, Vic 1971 2. 778 Willard, Ken 1965 3. 725 Craig, Roger 1983 4. 720 Cooper, Earl 1980 5. 705 Jackson, Wilbur 1974 6. 684 McElhenny, Hugh 1952 7. 681 Johnson, John H. 1954 8. 608 Gore, Frank 2005 9. 512 Barlow, Kevan 2001 10. 509 Kilmer, Billy 1961

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS NO TDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 10 Kilmer, Billy 1961 2. 9 Johnson, John H. 1954 3. 8 Craig, Roger 1983 4. 6 McElhenny, Hugh 1952 6 Floyd, William 1994 6. 5 Willard, Ken 1965 5 Moegle, Dicky 1955 8. 4 Barlow, Kevan 2001 9. 3 Gore, Frank 2005 3 Cooper, Earl 1980 3 Williams, Delvin 1974 3 Washington, Vic 1971 3 Smith, J.D. 1958

RECEPTIONS NO REC PLAYER YEAR 1. 83 Cooper, Earl 1980 2. 51 Washington, Gene 1969 3. 49 Rice, Jerry 1985 4. 48 Craig, Roger 1983 5. 40 Johnson, Eric 2001 6. 38 Stokes, J.J. 1995 7. 36 Parks, Dave 1964 36 Washington, Vic 1971 9. 35 Owens, Terrell 1996 10. 34 Johnson, Jimmy 1962

RECEIVING YARDS NO YDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 927 Rice, Jerry 1985 2. 711 Washington, Gene 1969 3. 703 Parks, Dave 1964 4. 567 Cooper, Earl 1980 5. 520 Owens, Terrell 1996 6. 517 Stokes, J.J. 1995 7. 402 Loyd, Alex 1950 8. 395 Owens, R.C. 1957 9. 367 McElhenny, Hugh 1952 10. 364 Thomas, Jimmy 1969

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS NO TDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 8 Parks, Dave 1964 2. 5 Thomas, Jimmy 1969 5 Owens, R.C. 1957 4. 4 Owens, Terrell 1996 4 Stokes, J.J. 1995 4 Craig, Roger 1983 4 Cooper, Earl 1980 4 Washington, Vic 1971 4 Willard, Ken 1965 4 Hardy, Carroll 1955

PASSES COMPLETED NO COMP PLAYER YEAR 1. 88 Owen, Tom 1974 2. 84 Smith, Alex 2005 3. 38 Morrall, Earl 1956 4. 23 Spurrier, Steve 1967 23 Mira, George 1964 6. 21 Druckenmiller, Jim 1997 21 Bull, Scott 1976 21 Morrison, Dennis 1975 9. 19 Kilmer, Billy 1961 10. 13 Montana, Joe 1979

PASSING YARDS NO YDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 1,327 Owen, Tom 1974 2. 875 Smith, Alex 2005 3. 621 Morrall, Earl 1956 4. 331 Mira, George 1964 5. 286 Kilmer, Billy 1961 6. 252 Bull, Scott 1976 7. 239 Druckenmiller, Jim 1997 8. 227 Morrison, Dennis 1974 9. 211 Spurrier, Steve 1967 10. 160 Brodie, John 1957

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS NO TDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 10 Owen, Tom 1974 2. 2 Bull, Scott 1976 2 Mira, George 1964 2 Brodie, John 1957 5. 1 Smith, Alex 2005 1 Druckenmiller, Jim 1997 1 Musgrave, Bill 1991 1 Montana, Joe 1979 1 Morrison, Dennis 1974 1 Waters, Bob 1960 1 Morrall, Earl 1956

PASSES ATTEMPTED No ATT Player YEAR 1. 184 Owen, Tom 1974 2. 165 Smith, Alex 2005 3. 78 Morrall, Earl 1956 4. 53 Mira, George 1964 5. 52 Druckenmiller, Jim 1997 6. 51 Morrison, Dennis 1974 7. 50 Spurrier, Steve 1967 8. 48 Bull, Scott 1976 9. 34 Kilmer, Billy 1961 10. 23 Montana, Joe 1979

PASSES INTERCEPTED NO INT PLAYER YEAR 1. 15 Owen, Tom 1974 2. 11 Smith, Alex 2005 3. 7 Spurrier, Steve 1967 4. 6 Morrall, Earl 1956 5. 5 Morrison, Dennis 1974 5 Mira, George 1964 7. 4 Druckenmiller, Jim 1997 4 Bull, Scott 1976 4 Kilmer, Billy 1961 10. 3 Brodie, John 1957

PUNT RETURNS NO RET PLAYER YEAR 1. 47 McQuarters, R.W. 1998 2. 38 Griffin, Don 1986 3. 35 Leonard, Anthony 1976 4. 22 Williams, Brandon 2006 22 McGill, Ralph 1972 6. 21 Sutherland Vinny 2001 21 Arenas, Joe 1951 8. 20 McElhenny, Hugh 1952

PUNT RETURN YARDS NO YDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 406 McQuarters, R.W. 1998 2. 377 Griffin, Don 1986 3. 293 Leonard, Anthony 1976 4. 284 McElhenny, Hugh 1952 5. 272 Arenas, Joe 1951 6. 219 McGill, Ralph 1972

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS NO TDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 1 Amey, Otis 2005 1 McQuarters, R.W. 1998 1 Griffin, Don 1986 1 McLemore, Dana 1982 1 Leonard, Anthony 1976 1 Moore, Manfred 1974 1 McElhenny, Hugh 1952

PUNTING ATTEMPTS NO ATT PLAYER YEAR 1. 96 Lee, Andy 2004 2. 79 Wittum, Tom 1973 3. 78 Helton, Barry 1988 4. 77 Miller, Jim 1980 5. 73 Spurrier, Steve 1967

PUNTING YARDS NO YDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 3,990 Lee, Andy 2004 2. 3,455 Wittum, Tom 1973 3. 3,152 Miller, Jim 1980 4. 3,069 Helton, Barry 1988 5. 2,813 Baker, Jason 2001

PUNTING AVERAGE* NO AVG PLAYER YEAR 1. 45.7 Davis, Tommy 1959 2. 43.7 Wittum, Tom 1973 3. 41.6 Lee, Andy 2004 4. 40.9 Miller, Jim 1980 5. 40.7 Baker, Jason 2001 *minimum of 20 punts

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KICKOFF RETURNS NO RET PLAYER YEAR 1. 50 Sutherland, Vinny 2001 2. 41 Owens, James 1979 3. 41 Carter, Dexter 1971 4. 33 Washington, Vic 1990 5. 26 Marshall, Rasheed 2005 26 Leonard, Anthony 1976 7. 21 Arenas, Joe 1951

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS NO YDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 1,140 Sutherland, Vinny 2001 2. 1,002 Owens, James 1979 3. 858 Washington, Vic 1971 4. 783 Carter, Dexter 1990 5. 553 Leonard, Anthony 1976 6. 542 Arenas, Joe 1951

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS NO TDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 1 Lawrence, Amos 1981 1 Owens, James 1979 1 Williams, Dave 1977

INTERCEPTIONS NO INT PLAYER YEAR 1. 7 Lott, Ronnie 1981 2. 6 McKyer, Tim 1986 6 Moegle, Dicky 1955 4. 5 Alexander, Kermit 1963 5 Johnson, Jimmy 1961 5 Baker, Dave 1959 5 Bruney, Fred 1953 5 Powers, Jim 1950 9. 4 Williamson, Carlton 1981 4 Churchman, Ricky 1980 4 Berry, Rex 1951

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS NO YDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 138 Randolph, Alvin 1967 2. 117 Lott, Ronnie 1981 3. 116 Johnson, Jimmy 1961 4. 81 Shell, Todd 1984 5. 77 Berry, Rex 1951 6. 75 Baker, Dave 1959 7. 72 Alexander, Kermit 1963 8. 70 Taylor, Bruce 1970 9. 59 Bruney, Fred 1953

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS NO TDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 3 Lott, Ronnie 1981 2. 1 McKyer, Tim 1986 1 Belk, Bill 1968 1 Randolph, Alvin 1966

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS NO TDS PLAYER YEAR 1. 12 Craig, Roger 1983 2. 10 Kilmer, Billy 1961 10 McElhenny, Hugh 1952 4. 9 Cooper, Earl 1980 9 Willard, Ken 1965 9 Johnson, John H. 1954

TOTAL POINTS NO PTS PLAYER YEAR 1. 105 Brien, Doug 1994 2. 103 Richey, Wade 1997 3. 72 Craig, Roger 1983

RUSHING YARDS YDS PLAYER YEAR OPPONENT 170 McElhenny, Hugh 1952 Dal. 134 Lee, Amp 1992 Min. 131 Kilmer, Billy 1961 LA Rams 125 Washington, Vic 1971 NYJ 124 Carter, Dexter 1990 LA Rams 124 Johnson, John H. 1954 Pittsburgh 118 Thomas, Jimmy 1969 Chi. 108 Gore, Frank 2006 Houston 100 Watters, Ricky 1992 NYG

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS TD PLAYER YEAR OPPONENT 4 Kilmer, Billy 1961 Min. 3 Watters, Ricky 1992 Atl. 3 Craig, Roger 1983 TB

RECEPTIONS REC PLAYER YEAR OPPONENT 10 Rice, Jerry 1985 LA Rams 10 Cooper, Earl 1980 NO 10 Cooper, Earl 1980 StL 8 Cooper, Earl 1980 LA Rams 8 Cooper, Earl 1980 TB 8 Stickles, Monty 1960 NYG

RECEIVING YARDS YDS PLAYER YEAR OPPONENT 241 Rice, Jerry 1985 LA Rams 146 Park, Dave 1964 Min. 131 Thomas, Aaron 1961 Chi. 125 Conner, Clyde 1956 GB 123 Stickles, Monty 1960 NYG

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS TD PLAYER YEAR OPPONENT 4 Kilmer, Billy 1961 Min. 3 Craig, Roger 1983 TB

PUNT RETURN YARDS YDS PLAYER YEAR OPPONENT 141 Leonard, Anthony 1976 NO 133 Taylor, Bruce 1970 Houston 125 McLemore, Dana 1982 LA Rams 122 McElhenny, Hugh 1952 Chi. 109 McGill, Ralph 1972 Atl.

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS YDS PLAYER YEAR OPPONENT 179 Washington, Vic 1971 NO 163 Willis, Jamal 1995 Ind. 159 Cunningham, Doug 1967 NO 147 McLemore, Dana 1982 LA Rams 147 Sutherland, Vinny 2001 Car.

INTERCEPTIONS NO PLAYER YEAR OPPONENT 2 McKyer, Tim 1986 LA Rams 2 Lott, Ronnie 1981 Det. 2 Williamson, Carlton 1981 NYG 2 Churchman, Ricky 1980 NE 2 Johnson, Jimmy 1961 Det. 2 Moegle, Dicky 1955 Chi. 2 Berry, Rex 1951 Chi. 2 Powers, Jimmy 1950 Det.

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LONG RUNS FROM SCRIMMAGE NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 89t McElhenny, Hugh at Dal. 10/5/52 2. 82t McElhenny, Hugh Dal. 10/2652 3. 75t Thomas, Jimmy Chi. 12/669 4. 74t Carter, Dexter at Atl. 10/14/90 5. 72t Gore, Frank at Was. 10/23/05

LONG RECEPTIONS NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 83t Parks, Dave at LA Rams 10/18/64 2. 80t Parks, Dave Min. 10/25/64 3. 79t Parks, Dave at Min. 11/8/64 4. 78 Henderson, Keith Atl. 11/12/89 78t Hardy, Carroll Det. 10/30/55

LONG PUNTS NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 86 Barnes, Larry Chi. 9/29/57 2. 81 Lee, Andy TB 11/21/04 3. 71 Davis, Tommy Chi. 10/25/59 4. 70 Stanley, Chad at Jac. 9/12/99 5. 65 Miller, Jim at NYJ 9/21/80

LONG PUNT RETURNS NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 94t McElhenny, Hugh Chi. 10/16/52 2. 93t McLemore, Dana LA Rams 1/2/83 3. 88t Moore, Manfred Atl. 11/2474 4. 76t Griffin, Don Atl. 11/23/86 76 Taylor, Bruce at Chi. 11/8/70

LONG KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 94 Cunningham, Doug NO 11/22/67 2. 92t Lawrence, Amos LA Rams 11/22/81 3. 85t Owens, James Den. 11/18/79 4. 80t Williams, Dave at Min. 12/4/77 5. 74 Washington, Vic NE 10/31/71

LONG RETURNS OF FIELD GOAL ATTEMPT NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 92t Taylor, Bruce at NO 12/13/70 2. 62t Jackson, Johnny at Dal. 10/15/89

LONG COMPLETIONS NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 79t Mira, George at Min. 11/8/64 2. 68t Owen, Tom at Chi. 11/17/74 3. 53t Owen, Tom Atl. 11/24/74 4. 50t Sydney, Harry NO 11/15/87 50 Powers, Jim at Det. 10/8/50

LONG INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 94t Randolph, Alvin Chi. 12/11/66 2. 70t Webster, Jason Atl. 11/19/00 70 Taylor, Bruce GB 11/1/70 4. 63 Johnson, Jimmy GB 12/10/61 5. 53t Shell, Todd at NO 11/25/84

LONG FIELD GOALS NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 54 Mike-Mayer, Steve at LA Rams 11/9/75 2. 52 Cortez, Jose StL 9/23/01 3. 49 Cortez, Jose at NYJ 10/1/01 4. 48 Brien, Doug at NO 11/28/94 5. 47 Brien, Doug at LA Rams 9/18/94

LONG FUMBLE RETURNS NO YDS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. 75t Johnson, Derrick at Arz. 10/2/05 2. 34 Davis, Eric at LA Rams 12/17/90 3. 18 Pine, Ed at Min. 12/2/62 4. 17 Winborn, Jamie at NO 1/6/02 5. 16 Capple, Jack Min. 10/24/65

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ALL-TIME INTERCEPTION RETURNS FOR TDSDATE PLAYER YARDS OPPONENT10/4/09 Willis, Patrick 23 vs. StL9/14/08 Willis, Patrick 86 at Sea.12/31/06 Harris, Walt 28 at Den.1/1/06 Adams, Mike 40 vs. Hou.11/27/05 Spencer, Shawntae 61 at Ten.9/25/05 Parrish, Tony 34 vs. Dal.9/7/03 Plummer, Ahmed 68 vs. Chi.10/6/02 Webster, Jason 37 vs. StL11/25/01 Bronson, Zack 48 at Ind.10/28/01 Bronson, Zack 97 at Chi.12/3/00 Montgomery, Monty 46 at SD11/19/00 Webster, Jason 70 vs. Atl.10/17/99 Walker, Darnell 27 vs. Car. 9/19/99 Shulters, Lance 64 at NO1/3/98 Norton, Ken Jr. 23 vs. Min.12/15/97 Hanks, Merton 55 vs. Den.9/29/96 Pope, Marques 55 vs. Atl.11/26/95 Davis, Eric 86 vs. StL10/22/95 Norton, Ken Jr. 35 at StL10/22/95 Norton, Ken Jr. 21 at StL9/10/95 McDonald, Tim 13 vs. Atl.9/3/95 McDonald, Tim 52 at NO1/15/95 Davis, Eric 44 vs. Dal.12/11/94 Sanders, Deion 90 at SD11/6/94 McDonald, Tim 73 at Was.10/16/94 Sanders, Deion 93 at Atl.9/25/94 Sanders, Deion 74 vs. NO11/22/93 Hanks, Merton 67 vs. NO10/31/93 McGruder, Michael 31 vs. LA Rams10/3/93 Davis, Eric 41 vs. Min.9/6/92 Johnson, John 56 at NYG1/12/91 Carter, Michael 61 vs. Was.*1/6/90 Lott, Ronnie 58 vs. Min.*1/9/88 Fuller, Jeff 48 vs. Min.*11/9/86 Holmoe, Tom 78 vs. StL Cardinals10/26/86 Nixon, Tory 88 at GB 10/26/86 Lott, Ronnie 55 at GB10/5/86 McKyer, Tim 21 vs. Ind.9/28/86 Holmoe, Tom 66* at Mia.10/13/85 Williamson, Carlton 43 vs. Chi.12/2/84 McLemore, Dana 54 at Atl.11/25/84 Shell, Todd 53 at NO12/19/83 Wright, Eric 48 vs. Dal.10/16/83 Hicks, Dwight 62 at NO9/18/83 Collier, Tim 32 at StL Cardinals9/18/83 Hicks, Dwight 40 at StL Cardinals9/8/83 Wright, Eric 60 at Min.12/26/82 Lott, Ronnie 83 at KC1/3/82 Lott, Ronnie 20 vs. NYG11/22/81 Lott, Ronnie 25 at LA Rams10/11/81 Lott, Ronnie 41 vs. Dal.10/4/81 Hicks, Dwight 32 at Was.9/27/81 Lott, Ronnie 26 vs. NO10/1/78 Leonard, Anthony 30 vs. Cin.10/19/75 Allen, Nate 37 vs. NO12/15/74 Wilcox, Dave 21 vs. NO11/23/72 Vanderbundt, Skip 21 at Dal.10/29/72 Vanderbundt, Skip 37 at Atl.10/1/72 Simpson, Mike 32 at NO12/20/70 Johnson, Jimmy 36 at Oak 9/27/70 Phillips, Mel 35 vs. Cle.10/26/69 Woitt, Johnny 57 at Bal.11/24/68 Belk, Bill 6 at Pit.11/24/68 Alexander, Kermit 66 at Pit.9/15/68 Hindman, Stan 25 at Bal. Colts12/11/66 Randolph, Alvin 94 vs. Chi.11/24/66 Dowdle, Mike 27 at Det.10/16/66 Johnson, Jimmy 35 at Atl.

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DATE PLAYER YARDS OPPONENT11/22/59 Mertens, Jerry 30 at Bal. Colts11/30/58 Hazeltine, Matt 13 at Bal. Colts10/27/57 Herchman, Bill 54 vs. Chi.12/8/56 Moegle, Dick 32 vs. GB10/16/55 Berry, Rex 44 at Det.10/17/54 Brown, Hardy 41 at Chi.9/26/54 Berry, Rex 34 vs. Was.12/6/53 Berry, Rex 29 vs. GB10/12/52 Burke, Don 35 at Det.10/14/51 Cason, Jim 65 at Pit.11/5/50 Livingston, Howie 35 at LA Rams

ALL-TIME FUMBLE RETURNS FOR TDSDATE PLAYER YARDS OPPONENT10/4/09 McDonald, Ray 11 vs. StL10/4/09 McKillop, Scott end zone vs. StL11/25/07 Banta-Cain, Tully end zone at Arz.10/8/06 Oliver, Melvin 12 vs. Oak.10/2/05 Johnson, Derrick 78 at Arz. (Mex. City)10/2/05 Smith, Derek end zone at Arz. (Mex. City)11/28/04 Smith, Derek 46 vs. Mia.10/31/04 Carpenter, Dwaine 80 at Chi.10/26/03 Harris, Kwame 1 at Arz.10/28/01 Peterson, Julian 26 at Chi.10/24/99 Walker, Darnell 71 at Min.10/17/99 McMillan, Mark 41 vs. Car.10/10/99 Young, Bryant end zone at StL12/15/97 Greene, Kevin 40 vs. Den.11/10/97 Hanks, Merton 38 at Phi.11/17/96 Doleman, Chris end zone vs. Bal.12/24/95 Rice, Jerry end zone at Atl.12/3/95 Woodall, Lee 96 vs. Buffalo11/12/95 Hanks, Merton 38 at Dal.10/16/94 McDonald, Tim 49 at Atl.11/14/93 Tamm, Ralph 1 at TB10/17/93 Davis, Eric 47 at Dal.11/1/92 Sherrard, Mike 38 at Phx. Cardinals12/22/91 Griffin, Don 99 vs. Chi.11/12/89 Haley, Charles 3 vs. Atl.12/27/87 Taylor, John 26 vs. LA Rams12/1/85 Turner, Keena 65 at Was.10/20/85 McIntyre, Guy end zone at Det.9/22/85 McColl, Milt 28 at LA Raiders12/2/84 Johnson, Gary 33 at Atl.10/23/83 Board, Dwaine end zone at LA Rams10/4/81 Hicks, Dwight 80 at Was.10/3/76 Elam, Cleveland 31 vs. NYJ11/16/75 Hart, Tommy 10 vs. Chi.10/26/75 McGill, Ralph 14 at NE12/15/74 Belk, Bill 19 vs. NO12/2/73 Hall, Windlan 66 vs. Phi.11/23/72 Vanderbundt, Skip 73 at Dal.12/26/71 Hoskins, Bob end zone vs. Was.*10/31/71 Blue, Forrest 25 vs. NE10/24/71 Hart, Tommy 63 at StL Cardinals10/19/69 Lakes, Roland 2 vs. Atl.10/27/68 Witcher, Dick 12 at Det.10/15/67 Windsor, Bob 2 at Phi.12/11/66 Alexander, Kermit 14 vs. Chi.10/9/66 Hazeltine, Matt 22 vs. GB11/28/65 Kopay, Dave end zone at Min.11/14/65 Miller, Clark 75 at Det.11/14/65 Wilcox, Dave 8 at Det.10/24/65 Chapple, Jack 8 vs. Min.9/19/65 Krueger, Charlie 6 vs. Chi.10/14/62 Woodson, Abe 37 at Chi.10/18/59 Hazeltine, Matt 40 at Det.

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ALL-TIME BLOCKED FIELD GOALS RETURNED FOR TDS(1970-Present)

DATE PLAYER YARDS OPPONENT9/27/09 Clements, Nate 59 at Min.10/19/08 Clements, Nate 74 at NYG10/12/08 Strickland, Donald 41 vs. Phi.10/15/89 Jackson, Johnnie 62 at Dal.9/26/71 Taylor, Bruce 58 at NO12/13/70 Taylor, Bruce 92 at NO

ALL-TIME PUNT RETURNS FOR TDSDATE PLAYER YARDS OPPONENT9/11/05 Amey, Otis 75 vs. StL10/10/04 Battle, Arnaz 71 vs. Arz.12/1/02 Williams, Jimmy 89 vs. Sea.12/27/98 McQuarters, R.W. 72 vs. StL11/11/97 Levy, Chuck 73 at Phi.12/19/95 Carter, Dexter 78 vs. Min.10/3/93 Carter, Dexter 72 vs. Min.11/9/92 Hanks, Merton 48 at Atl.11/21/88 Taylor, John 95 vs. Was.10/2/88 Taylor, John 77 vs. Det.12/14/87 McLemore, Dana 83 vs. Chi.11/23/86 Griffin, Don 76 vs. Atl.10/8/84 McLemore, Dana 79 at NYG12/19/83 McLemore, Dana 56 vs. Dal.1/2/83 McLemore, Dana 93 vs. LA Rams12/7/80 Solomon, Freddie 57 vs. NO10/26/80 Solomon, Freddie 53 vs. TB10/17/76 Leonard, Anthony 60 vs. NO9/26/76 McGill, Ralph 50 at Sea.11/24/74 Moore, Manfred 88 vs. Atl.12/11/66 Alexander, Kermit 44 vs. Chi.11/15/64 Alexander, Kermit 70 vs. GB10/21/62 Woodson, Abe 85 at GB11/5/61 Woodson, Abe 80 vs. Det.12/16/56 Arenas, Joe 67 at Bal. Colts10/19/52 McElhenny, Hugh 94 at Chi.

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSALL-TIME KICKOFF RETURNS FOR TDS

DATE PLAYER YARDS OPPONENT11/10/08 Rossum, Allen 104 at Arz.11/2/03 Wilson, Cedrick 95 vs. StL1/11/98 Levy, Chuck 95 vs. GB*11/16/97 Kirby, Terry 101 vs. Car.11/6/94 Carter, Dexter 96 at Was.12/1/91 Carter, Dexter 98 vs. NO12/20/87 Cribbs, Joe 92 vs. Atl.12/1/85 Monroe, Carl 95 at Was.11/22/81 Lawrence, Amos 92 at LA Rams11/2/80 Owens, James 101 at Det.11/18/79 Owens, James 85 vs. Den.11/19/78 Williams, Dave 89 vs. LA Rams12/4/77 Williams, Dave 80 at Min.12/23/72 Washington, Vic 97 vs. Dal.*10/29/72 Washington, Vic 98 at Atl.11/17/63 Woodson, Abe 99 at NYG9/29/63 Woodson, Abe 95 at Min.9/15/63 Woodson, Abe 103 vs. Min.10/1/61 Woodson, Abe 98 at Det.12/18/60 Lyles, Lenny 97 vs. Bal. Colts11/22/59 Woodson, Abe 105 at LA Rams11/4/56 Arenas, Joe 90 vs. Det.

RUSHING YARDS PLAYER YEAR 1,695 Frank Gore 2006 1,570 Garrison Hearst 1998 1,502 Roger Craig 1988 1,262 Wendell Tyler 1984 1,229 Charlie Garner 1999 1,206 Garrison Hearst 2001 1,203 Delvin Williams 1976 1,142 Charlie Garner 2000 1,102 Frank Gore 2007 1,054 Roger Craig 1989 1,050 Roger Craig 1985 1,049 Joe Perry 1954 1,036 Frank Gore 2008 1,036 J.D. Smith 1959 1,024 Kevan Barlow 2003 1,019 Garrison Hearst 1997 1,018 Joe Perry 1953 1,013 Ricky Watters 1992

RECEIVING YARDS PLAYER YEAR *1,848 Jerry Rice 1995 1,570 Jerry Rice 1986 1,503 Jerry Rice 1993 1,502 Jerry Rice 1990 1,499 Jerry Rice 1994 1,483 Jerry Rice 1989 1,451 Terrell Owens 2000 1,412 Terrell Owens 2001 1,344 Dave Parks 1965 1,306 Jerry Rice 1988 1,300 Terrell Owens 2002 1,254 Jerry Rice 1996 1,206 Jerry Rice 1991 1,201 Jerry Rice 1992 1,157 Jerry Rice 1998 1,105 Dwight Clark 1981 1,102 Terrell Owens 2003 1,100 Gene Washington 1970 1,097 Terrell Owens 1998 1,078 Jerry Rice 1987 1,077 John Taylor 1989 1,032 R.C. Owens 1961 1,016 Roger Craig 1985 1,011 John Taylor 1991

PASSING YARDS PLAYER YEAR 4,278 Jeff Garcia 2000 4,170 Steve Young 1998 4,023 Steve Young 1993 3,969 Steve Young 1994 3,944 Joe Montana 1990 3,910 Joe Montana 1983 3,653 Joe Montana 1985 3,652 Steve DeBerg 1979 3,630 Joe Montana 1984 3,565 Joe Montana 1981 3,538 Jeff Garcia 2001 3,521 Joe Montana 1989 3,465 Steve Young 1992 3,344 Jeff Garcia 2002 3,200 Steve Young 1995 3,112 John Brodie 1965 3,054 Joe Montana 1987 3,029 Steve Young 1997 3,020 John Brodie 1968

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CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES NO PLAYER W-L-T 20 Joe Perry 16-4-0 16 Garrison Hearst 15-1-0 16 Frank Gore 12-4-0 14 Roger Craig 11-3-0 12 Hugh McElhenny 8-4-0 12 J.D. Smith 7-5-0 10 Wendell Tyler 8-2-0 10 Delvin Williams 5-5-0 9 Ricky Watters 8-1-0 9 Ken Willard 5-3-1 6 Charlie Garner 3-3-0 5 Kevan Barlow 2-3-0 4 Billy Kilmer 4-0-0 3 Wilbur Jackson 2-1-0 3 Paul Hofer 0-3-0 2 Joe Cribbs 2-0-0 2 Larry Schreiber 2-0-0 2 Maurice Hicks 2-0-0 1 Joe Arenas 1-0-0 1 Dexter Carter 1-0-0 1 Lenvil Elliott 1-0-0 1 Keith Henderson 1-0-0 1 John Henry Johnson 1-0-0 1 Terry Kirby 1-0-0 1 Amp Lee 1-0-0 1 Gary Lewis 1-0-0 1 Verl Lillywhite 1-0-0 1 C.R. Roberts 1-0-0 1 Jimmy Thomas 1-0-0 1 Vic Washington 1-0-0 1 O.J. Simpson 0-1-0 1 Steve Young 0-1-0 1 Lawrence Phillips 1-0-0 170 125-44-1

CAREER 300-YARD PASSING GAMES NO PLAYER W-L-T 35 Joe Montana 26-9-0 28 Steve Young 21-7-0 14 Jeff Garcia 5-9-0 6 John Brodie 4-1-1 5 Y.A. Tittle 4-1-0 5 Steve DeBerg 0-5-0 3 Elvis Grbac 2-1-0 2 Steve Bono 2-0-0 2 Jeff Kemp 1-1-0 2 Steve Spurrier 0-2-0 1 Tim Rattay 1-0-0 1 George Mira 1-0-0 1 Tom Owen 1-0-0 1 J.T. O’Sullivan 1-0-0 1 Shaun Hill 0-1-0 1 Mike Moroski 0-1-0 108 69-38-1

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CAREER 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES NO PLAYER W-L-T 66 Jerry Rice 46-20-0 25 Terrell Owens 15-10-0 17 Gene Washington 11-5-1 16 Dwight Clark 11-5-0 12 John Taylor 10-2-0 11 Freddie Solomon 5-6-0 11 Dave Parks 2-8-1 10 Gordy Soltau 5-5-0 9 Bernie Casey 3-4-2 9 Billy Wilson 3-4-2 8 R.C. Owens 5-2-1 5 Monty Stickles 3-2-0 4 Paul Hofer 2-2-0 4 J.J. Stokes 2-2-0 3 J.R. Boone 2-1-0 3 Dick Witcher 2-1-0 3 Clinton McNeil 1-2-0 3 Ted Kwalick 0-2-1 3 Garrison Hearst 2-1-0 3 Brandon Lloyd 0-3-0 2 Isaac Bruce 1-1-0 2 Antonio Bryant 1-1-0 2 Clyde Conner 2-0-0 2 Roger Craig 2-0-0 2 John David Crow 1-1-0 2 Eric Johnson 1-1-0 2 Hugh McElhenny 1-1-0 1 Danny Abramowicz 1-0-0 1 Arnaz Battle 0-1-0 1 Alyn Beals 0-1-0 1 Jimmy Cason 0-1-0 1 Curtis Conway 0-1-0 1 Charlie Garner 0-1-0 1 Carroll Hardy 0-1-0 1 Jimmy Johnson 1-0-0 1 Brent Jones 1-0-0 1 Don Lisbon 1-0-0 1 Alex Loyd 0-1-0 1 Willie McGee 1-0-0 1 Jeff Moore 1-0-0 1 Renaldo Nehemiah 1-0-0 1 Joe Perry 0-1-0 1 Ted Popson 1-0-0 1 Tom Rathman 1-0-0 1 Mike Sherrard 0-1-0 1 J.D. Smith 1-0-0 1 Aaron Thomas 1-0-0 1 Ricky Watters 1-0-0 1 Cedrick Wilson 0-1-0 1 Mike Wilson 1-0-0 262 152-102-8

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207 - Frank Groe vs. Sea. 9/20/09 (16 carries)106 - Frank Gore vs. StL 11/16/08 (18 carries)101 - Frank Gore vs. Phi. 10/12/08 (19 carries)130 - Frank Gore vs. Det. 9/21/08 (27 carries)138 - Frank Gore vs. Cin. 12/15/07 (29 carries)116 - Frank Gore at Arz. 11/25/07 (21 carries)153 - Frank Gore at Den. 12/31/06 (31 carries)130 - Frank Gore vs. GB 12/10/06 (18 carries)144 - Frank Gore at Sea. 12/14/06 (29 carries)134 - Frank Gore at StL 11/26/06 (21 carries)212 - Frank Gore vs. Sea. 11/19/06 (24 carries)159 - Frank Gore at Det. 11/12/06 (22 carries)111 - Frank Gore at Chi. 10/29/06 (12 carries)134 - Frank Gore vs. Oak. 10/8/06 (27 carries)127 - Frank Gore vs. StL 9/17/06 (29 carries)108 - Frank Gore vs. Hou 1/1/06 (25 carries)109 - Maurice Hicks at StL 12/24/05 (10 carries)101 - Kevan Barlow vs. TB 10/30/05 (26 carries)103 - Kevan Barlow at NE 1/2/05 (25 carries)139 - Maurice Hicks at Arz. 12/12/04 (34 carries)114 - Kevan Barlow at NO 9/19/04 (20 carries)154 - Kevan Barlow at Phi. 12/21/03 (30 carries)154 - Kevan Barlow vs. Arz. 12/7/03 (18 carries)117 - Garrison Hearst vs. TB 10/19/03 (20 carries) 124 - Garrison Hearst vs. Sea. 12/1/02 (31 carries)116 - Garrison Hearst vs. StL 10/6/02 (13 carries)103 - Garrison Hearst vs. Mia. 12/16/01 (26 carries)124 - Garrison Hearst vs. Buf 12/2/01 (25 carries)106 - Garrison Hearst at Ind. 11/25/01 (12 carries)145 - Garrison Hearst vs. NO 11/11/01 (17 carries)102 - Charlie Garner vs. KC 11/12/00 (25 carries)109 - Charlie Garner vs. Oak. 10/8/00 (24 carries)201 - Charlie Garner at Dal. 9/24/00 (36 carries)129 - Charlie Garner vs. Was 12/26/99 (16 carries)107 - Charlie Garner vs. Atl. 12/12/99 (26 carries)166 - Charlie Garner vs. Pit 11/7/99 (20 carries)102 - Lawrence Phillips at Arz. 9/27/99 (9 carries)107 - Garrison Hearst at NE 12/20/98 (27 carries)198 - Garrison Hearst vs. Det. 12/14/98 (24 carries)139 - Garrison Hearst at Car. 12/6/98 (20 carries)166 - Garrison Hearst vs. NYG 11/30/98 (20 carries)138 - Garrison Hearst at Was 9/14/98 (22 carries)187 - Garrison Hearst vs. NYJ 9/6/98 (20 carries)104 - Garrison Hearst vs. Dal. 11/2/97 (22 carries)105 - Garrison Hearst at Atl. 10/19/97 (18 carries)141 - Garrison Hearst at Car. 9/29/97 (28 carries)105 - Terry Kirby at Atl. 12/2/96 (12 carries)105 - Ricky Watters at NO 11/28/94 (26 carries)103 - Ricky Watters vs. TB 10/23/94 (14 carries)116 - Ricky Watters vs. NO 11/22/93 (16 carries)135 - Ricky Watters at NO 9/26/93 (25 carries)112 - Ricky Watters vs. Atl. 9/19/93 (19 carries)134 - Amp Lee at Min. 12/13/92 (23 carries)163 - Ricky Watters at LA Rams 11/22/92 (26 carries)115 - Ricky Watters vs. NO 11/15/92 (21 carries)

104 - Ricky Watters at NE 10/11/92 (19 carries)100 - Ricky Watters at NYG 9/6/92 (13 carries)104 - Keith Henderson vs. Det. 10/20/91 (20 carries)102 - Steve Young vs. NO 12/23/90 (8 carries)124 - Dexter Carter at LA Rams 12/17/90 (13 carries)105 - Roger Craig vs. Buf. 12/17/89 (25 carries)109 - Roger Craig vs. Atl. 11/12/89 (17 carries)131 - Roger Craig at Ind. 9/10/89 (24 carries)115 - Roger Craig vs. NO 12/11/88 (22 carries)103 - Roger Craig at Atl. 12/4/88 (23 carries)162 - Roger Craig at Phx. 11/6/88 (22 carries)190 - Roger Craig at LA Rams 10/16/88 (22 carries)143 - Roger Craig vs. Den. 10/9/88 (26 carries)107 - Roger Craig at Sea. 9/25/88 (21 carries)110 - Roger Craig at NYG 9/11/88 (18 carries)104 - Roger Craig at LA Rams 11/1/87 (23 carries)107 - Joe Cribbs at NE 12/14/86 (23 carries)101 - Roger Craig vs. Atl. 11/23/86 (17 carries)105 - Joe Cribbs vs. StL 11/9/86 (21 carries)111 - Wendell Tyler vs. KC 11/17/85 (16 carries)117 - Roger Craig at Den. 11/11/85 (22 carries)107 - Wendell Tyler at Det. 10/20/85 (16 carries)107 - Roger Craig vs. Atl. 9/15/85 (11 carries)125 - Wendell Tyler at Min. 9/8/85 (21 carries)117 - Wendell Tyler at NO 11/25/84 (15 carries)108 - Wendell Tyler at Hou. 10/21/84 (23 carries)101 - Wendell Tyler at NYG 10/8/84 (14 carries)113 - Wendell Tyler at Phi. 9/23/84 (21 carries)102 - Wendell Tyler vs. TB 12/4/83 (16 carries)108 - Wendell Tyler at StL 9/18/83 (18 carries)107 - Wendell Tyler at Min. 9/8/83 (19 carries)125 - Lenvil Elliot vs. NO 12/7/80 (20 carries)147 - Paul Hofer at NO 11/11/79 (17 carries)102 - Paul Hofer at Oak. 11/4/79 (12 carries)104 - Paul Hofer vs. LA Rams 11/19/78 (20 carries)108 - O.J. Simpson vs. Chi. 9/10/78 (27 carries)107 - Delvin Williams at Min. 12/4/77 (27 carries)190 - Wilbur Jackson vs. NO 11/27/77 (16 carries)123 - Wilbur Jackson at NO 11/13/77 (22 carries)110 - Delvin Williams at NO 11/13/77 (25 carries)106 - Delvin Williams vs. Det. 10/23/77 (27 carries)104 - Delvin Williams at SD 12/5/76 (26 carries)156 - Wilbur Jackson vs. Min. 11/29/76 (30 carries)153 - Delvin Williams vs. Min. 11/29/76 (20 carries)180 - Delvin Williams vs. Was. 11/7/76 (23 carries)194 - Delvin Williams at StL Cardinals 10/31/76 (34 carries)121 - Delvin Williams at GB 9/12/76 (25 carries)104 - Delvin Williams at Atl. 12/14/75 (10 carries)106 - Delvin Williams vs. Chi. 11/16/75 (12 carries)129 - Ken Willard at NYJ 11/28/71 (15 carries)125 - Vic Washington at NYJ 11/2871 (27 carries)106 - Larry Schreiber vs. Atl. 11/24/74 (20 carries)117 - Ken Willard vs. Phi. 12/2/73 (15 carries)104 - Larry Schreiber vs. Bal. 11/12/72 (17 carries)105 - Ken Willard vs. Cle. 9/27/70 (22 carries)

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106 - Frank Gore vs. StL 11/16/08 (18 carries)125 - Isaac Bruce at Dal. 11/23/08 (8 catches)120 - Arnaz Battle at NO 9/28/08 (7 catches)153 - Isaac Bruce at Sea. 9/14/08 (4 catches)131 - Antonio Bryant vs. StL 9/17/06 (4 catches)114 - Antonio Bryant at Arz. 9/10/06 (4 catches)119 - Brandon Lloyd vs. Sea. 11/20//05 (7 catches) 102 - Brandon Lloyd at Arz. 10/2/05 (7 catches)142 - Brandon Lloyd vs. Dal. 9/25/05 (4 catches)101 - Cedrick Wilson vs. Car. 11/14/04 (5 catches)162 - Eric Johnson vs. Arz. 10/10/04 (13 catches)113 - Eric Johnson vs. StL 10/3/04 (10 catches)112 - Curtis Conway at NO 9/19/04 (8 catches)127 - Terrell Owens at Cin. 12/14/03 (8 catches)155 - Terrell Owens vs. Pit. 11/17/03 (8 catches)152 - Terrell Owens vs. TB 10/19/03 (6 catches)112 - Terrell Owens vs. Chi. 9/7/03 (7 catches)123 - Terrell Owens at Dal. 12/8/02 (12 catches)166 - Terrell Owens vs. Phi. 11/25/02 (13 catches)171 - Terrell Owens at SD 11/17/02 (7 catches)191 - Terrell Owens at Oak. 11/3/02 (12 catches)132 - Terrell Owens vs. Arz. 10/27/02 (8 catches)116 - Terrell Owens at NO 1/6/02 (2 catches)103 - Terrell Owens at Ind. 11/25/01 (6 catches)100 - Terrell Owens vs. NO 11/11/01 (8 catches)125 - Terrell Owens vs. Det. 11/4/01 (9 catches)105 - Garrison Hearst at Chi. 10/28/01 (4 catches)183 - Terrell Owens at Atl. 10/14/01 (9 catches)118 - Terrell Owens vs. Car. 10/7/01 (8 catches)283 - Terrell Owens vs. Chi. 12/17/00 (20 catches)129 - Terrell Owens vs. NO 12/10/00 (6 catches)115 - Terrell Owens vs. StL 10/29/00 (8 catches)112 - Charlie Garner at Car. 10/22/00 (7 catches)176 - Terrell Owens vs. Oak. 10/8/00 (12 catches)108 - Terrell Owens at StL 9/17/00 (6 catches)143 - Jerry Rice at Atl. 1/3/00 (6 catches)130 - J.J. Stokes at Atl. 1/3/00 (5 catches)157 - Jerry Rice at Cin. 12/5/99 (9 catches)145 - Terrell Owens at Cin. 12/5/99 (9 catches)120 - Terrell Owens vs. StL 11/21/99 (6 catches)115 - Jerry Rice at NE 12/20/98 (5 catches)140 - Terrell Owens vs. NYG 11/30/98 (5 catches)103 - Garrison Hearst vs. NO 11/22/98 (4 catches)169 - Jerry Rice at Atl. 11/15/98 (10 catches)120 - Terrell Owens at StL. 10/25/098 (5 catches)110 - J.J. Stokes vs. Ind. 10/18/98 (9 catches)162 - Jerry Rice vs. Atl. 9/27/98 (8 catches)105 - Garrison Hearst vs. Atl. 9/27/98 (4 catches)111 - J.J. Stokes vs. NYJ 9/6/98 (7 catches)129 - Jerry Rice vs. Car. 12/8/96 (10 catches)110 - Terrell Owens vs. Car. 12/8/96 (5 catches)116 - Ted Popson vs. Cin. 10/20/96 (8 catches)108 - Jerry Rice at StL 10/6/96 (7 catches)127 - Jerry Rice at Car. 9/22/96 (10 catches)153 - Jerry Rice at Atl. 12/24/95 (12 catches)106 - J.J. Stokes at Atl. 12/24/95 (5 catches)289 - Jerry Rice vs. Min. 12/18/95 (14 catches)121 - Jerry Rice at Car. 12/10/95 (6 catches)

149 - Jerry Rice at Mia. 11/20/95 (8 catches)161 - Jerry Rice at Dal. 11/12/95 (5 catches)111 - Jerry Rice vs. Car. 11/5/95 (8 catches)108 - Jerry Rice vs. NO 10/29/95 (8 catches)181 - Jerry Rice at Det. 9/25/95 (11 catches)167 - Jerry Rice vs. Atl. 9/10/95 (11 catches)121 - Jerry Rice vs. Den. 12/17/94 (9 catches)106 - Rickey Watters vs. Den. 12/17/94 (4 catches)144 - Jerry Rice at SD 12/11/94 (12 catches)165 - Jerry Rice vs. LA Rams 11/20/94 (16 catches)147 - Jerry Rice at LA Rams 9/18/94 (11 catches)103 - John Taylor at LA Rams 9/18/94 (7 catches)169 - Jerry Rice vs. LA Raiders 9/5/94 (7 catches)132 - Jerry Rice at Det. 12/19/93 (4 catches)115 - John Taylor at Det. 12/19/93 (4 catches)105 - Jerry Rice at Atl. 12/11/93 (6 catches)150 - John Taylor at LA Rams 11/28/93 (6 catches)166 - Jerry Rice at LA Rams 11/28/93 (8 catches)172 - Jerry Rice at TB 11/14/93 (8 catches)155 - Jerry Rice vs. Phx. 10/24/93 (9 catches)118 - Jerry Rice vs. TB 12/19/92 (7 catches)133 - Jerry Rice vs. Phi. 11/29/92 (8 catches)183 - Jerry Rice vs. Atl. 10/18/92 (7 catches)159 - Mike Sherrard vs. Buf. 9/13/92 (6 catches)112 - John Taylor vs. Buf. 9/13/92 (5 catches)125 - Jerry Rice vs. Chi. 12/23/91 (5 catches)113 - John Taylor at Sea. 12/8/91 (7 catches)154 - Jerry Rice vs. NO 12/1/91 (9 catches)121 - John Taylor at LA Rams 11/25/91 (6 catches)127 - John Taylor at Atl. 11/3/91 (2 catches)120 - Terrell Owens at StL 10/25/91 (5 catches)138 - Jerry Rice vs. Atl. 10/13/91 (7 catches)150 - Jerry Rice vs. SD 9/8/91 (9 catches)118 - Jerry Rice at Min. 12/30/90 (9 catches)104 - Jerry Rice at LA Rams 12/17/90 (5 catches)101 - Jerry Rice at Cin. 12/9/90 (8 catches)147 - Jerry Rice at Dal. 11/11/90 (12 catches)187 - Jerry Rice at GB 11/4/90 (6 catches)132 - John Taylor at Hou. 10/7/90 (4 catches)225 - Jerry Rice at Atl. 10/24/90 (13 catches)171 - Jerry Rice vs. Atl. 9/23/90 (8 catches)125 - Brent Jones vs. Atl. 9/23/90 (5 catches)160 - John Taylor vs. Was. 9/16/90 (8 catches)101 - Jerry Rice vs. Chi. 12/24/89 (4 catches)286 - John Taylor at LA Rams 12/11/89 (11 catches)162 - John Taylor at Atl. 12/3/89 (5 catches)117 - Jerry Rice vs. NYG 11/27/89 (7 catches)106 - Jerry Rice vs. GB 11/19/89 (9 catches)112 - Jerry Rice vs. NE 10/22/89 (6 catches)103 - Tom Rathman vs. NE 10/22/89 (11 catches)149 - Jerry Rice at NO 10/8/89 (7 catches)136 - John Taylor at Phi. 9/24/89 (6 catches)164 - Jerry Rice at Phi. 9/24/89 (6 catches)122 - Jerry Rice at TB 9/17/89 (8 catches)163 - Jerry Rice at Ind. 9/10/89 (6 catches)171 - Jerry Rice at SD 11/27/88 (6 catches)105 - Jerry Rice vs. Was. 11/21/88 (3 catches)163 - Jerry Rice at Sea. 9/25/88 (6 catches)

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163 - Jerry Rice vs. Atl. 9/18/88 (8 catches)109 - Jerry Rice at NYG 9/11/88 (4 catches)126 - Jerry Rice vs. Cle. 11/29/87 (7 catches)103 - Jerry Rice at TB 11/22/87 7 catches)108 - Jerry Rice vs. NO 11/15/87 (4 catches)104 - Mike Wilson at Cin. 9/20/87 (7 catches)106 - Jerry Rice at Pit. 9/13/87 (8 catches)204 - Jerry Rice at Was. 11/17/86 (12 catches)156 - Jerry Rice vs. StL 11/9/86 (4 catches)144 - Jerry Rice vs. Min. 10/12/86 (7 catches)172 - Jerry Rice vs. Ind. 10/5/86 (6 catches)120 - Jerry Rice vs. NO 9/21/86 (7 catches)100 - Dwight Clark vs. NO 9/21/86 (7 catches)157 - Jerry Rice at LA Rams 9/14/86 (6 catches)100 - Dwight Clark at TB 9/7/86 (7 catches)111 - Jerry Rice vs. Dal. 12/22/85 (7 catches)241 - Jerry Rice vs. LA Rams 12/9/85 (10 catches)132 - Roger Craig at LA Rams 10/27/85 (6 catches)167 - Roger Craig at Atl. 10/6/85 (12 catches)125 - Renaldo Nehemiah vs. Min. 12/8/84 (6 catches)105 - Freddie Solomon at Cle. 11/11/84 (5 catches)124 - Dwight Clark vs. Cin. 11/4/84 (7 catches)127 - Dwight Clark at Hou. 10/21/84 (5 catches)105 - Dwight Clark vs. Was. 9/10/84 (5 catches)103 - Freddie Solomon vs. Atl. 9/25/83 (6 catches)121 - Freddie Solomon at StL 9/18/83 (3 catches)104 - Dwight Clark at KC 12/26/82 (4 catches)101 - Dwight Clark vs. Atl. 12/19/82 (8 catches)135 - Dwight Clark vs. SD 12/11/82 (12 catches)102 - Jeff Moore at LA Rams 12/2/82 (8 catches)103 - Dwight Clark at StL 11/21/82 (6 catches)127 - Dwight Clark at Den. 9/19/82 (9 catches)109 - Freddie Solomon at Den. 9/19/82 (4 catches)106 - Dwight Clark vs. LA Raiders 9/12/82 (6 catches)124 - Freddie Solomon at LA Rams 11/22/81 (5 catches)128 - Dwight Clark vs. Atl. 11/8/81 (7 catches)

109 - Dwight Clark vs. LA Rams 10/25/81 (8 catches)135 - Dwight Clark vs. Dal. 10/11/81 (4 catches)113 - Freddie Solomon vs. Chi. 9/13/81 (5 catches)155 - Dwight Clark vs. NO 12/7/80 (6 catches)104 - Freddie Solomon at GB 11/9/80 (5 catches)148 - Dwight Clark at Dal. 10/12/80 (8 catches)132 - Freddie Solomon vs. Atl. 9/28/80 (5 catches)135 - Paul Hofer vs. StL 9/14/80 (9 catches)114 - Paul Hofer at NO 9/7/80 (7 catches)130 - Paul Hofer at Atl. 12/16/79 (9 catches)104 - Paul Hofer at NYG 10/14/79 (9 catches)144 - Freddie Solomon vs. NO 9/23/79 (8 catches)107 - Freddie Solomon at Min. 9/2/79 (4 catches)110 - Freddie Solomon at Hou. 9/17/78 (3 catches)130 - Gene Washington vs. Dal. 12/12/77 (5 catches)112 - Gene Washington vs. Det. 10/23/77 (4 catches)104 - Willie McGee at Sea. 9/26/76 (5 catches)101 - Gene Washington at Phi. 11/30/75 (6 catches)144 - Gene Washington at LA Rams 11/9/75 (5 catches)121 - Gene Washington at Dal. 11/10/74 (7 catches)133 - Ted Kwalick at Det. 11/4/73 (8 catches)101 - Dan Abramowicz vs. NO 10/21/73 (4 catches)118 - Gene Washington vs. Min. 10/14/73 (8 catches)119 - Gene Washington vs. Min. 12/16/72 (4 catches)114 - Gene Washington at Chi. 11/18/72 (4 catches)164 - Gene Washington at GB 11/5/72 (6 catches)102 - Ted Kwalick vs. NO 10/22/72 (2 catches)126 - Ted Kwalick vs. NYG 10/15/72 (6 catches)140 - Gene Washington vs. SD 9/17/72 (8 catches)160 - Gene Washington vs. NE 10/31/71 (5 catches)112 - Gene Washington at Phi. 10/3/71 (3 catches)131 - Gene Washington at NO 12/13/70 (5 catches)115 - Gene Washington vs. Atl. 12/6/70 (3 catches)119 - Gene Washington at Chi. 11/8/70 (5 catches)126 - Gene Washington vs. NO 10/18/70 (4 catches)145 - Gene Washington at LA Rams 10/11/70 (7 catches)

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303 - Shaun Hill at Dal. 11/23/08 (21 of 33)321 - J.T. O’Sullivan at Sea. 9/14/08 (20 of 32)417 - Tim Rattay vs. Arz. 10/10/04 (38 of 57)344 - Jeff Garcia at Cin. 12/14/03 (26 of 33)337 - Jeff Garcia at SD 11/17/02 (25 of 43)305 - Jeff Garcia at Car. 11/18/01 (34 of 54)332 - Jeff Garcia at Atl. 10/14/01 (27 of 41)335 - Jeff Garcia vs. Atl. 9/9/01 (26 of 40)402 - Jeff Garcia vs. Chi. 12/17/00 (36 of 44) 305 - Jeff Garcia vs. NO 12/10/00 (25 of 38)323 - Jeff Garcia at SD 12/3/00 (18 of 32)307 - Jeff Garcia at Car. 10/22/00 (25 of 39)336 - Jeff Garcia at GB 10/15/00 (27 of 42)336 - Jeff Garcia vs. Oak. 10/8/00 (28 of 41)373 - Jeff Garcia at Atl. 1/3/00 (26 of 34)303 - Jeff Garcia at Car. 12/18/99 (29 of 46)437 - Jeff Garcia at Cin. 12/5/99 (33 of 49)309 - Steve Young at NO 10/11/98 (21 of 40)342 - Steve Young at Atl. 11/15/98 (21 of 40)331 - Steve Young vs. Ind. 10/18/98 (33 of 51)387 - Steve Young vs. Atl. 9/27/98 (28 of 39)303 - Steve Young at Was, 9/14/98 (21 of 32)363 - Steve Young vs. NYJ 9/6/98 (26 of 46)336 - Steve Young vs. Atl. 9/21/97 (17 of 24)393 - Steve Young vs. Car. 12/8/96 (27 of 41)316 - Steve Young at Atl. 12/24/95 (31 of 44)425 - Steve Young vs. Min. 12/18/95 (30 of 49)336 - Steve Young at Car. 12/10/95 (31 of 45)382 - Elvis Grbac at Mia. 11/20/95 (31 of 41)327 - Elvis Grbac at Car. 11/5/95 (26 of 37)305 - Elvis Grbac at Dal. 11/12/95 (20 of 30)348 - Steve Young at Det. 9/25/95 (27 of 44)331 - Steve Young vs. Atl. 9/10/95 (27 of 40)350 - Steve Young vs. Den. 12/17/94 (20 of 29)304 - Steve Young at SD 12/11/94 (25 of 32)325 - Steve Young vs. LA Rams 11/20/94 (30 of 44)355 - Steve Young at LA Rams 9/18/94 (31 of 39)308 - Steve Young vs. LA Raiders 9/5/94 (19 of 32)354 - Steve Young at Det. 12/19/93 (17 of 23)462 - Steve Young at LA Rams 11/28/93 (26 of 32)311 - Steve Young at TB 11/14/93 (23 of 29)342 - Steve Young vs. Phi. 11/29/92 (24 of 35)399 - Steve Young vs. Atl. 10/18/92 (18 of 28)449 - Steve Young vs. Buf, 9/13/92 (26 of 37)338 - Steve Young vs. Chi. 12/23/91 (21 of 32)347 - Steve Bono vs. NO 12/1/91 (27 of 41)306 - Steve Bono at LA Rams 11/25/91 (18 of 33)348 - Steve Young vs. Atl. 10/13/91 (22 of 38)

348 - Steve Young vs. SD 9/8/91 (26 of 36)411 - Joe Montana at GB 11/4/90 (25 of 40)476 - Joe Montana at Atl. 10/14/90 (32 of 49)318 - Joe Montana at Hou, 10/7/90 (20 of 28)398 - Joe Montana vs. Atl. 9/23/90 (24 of 36)390 - Joe Montana vs. Was, 9/16/90 (29 of 44)458 - Joe Montana at LA Rams 12/11/89 (30 of 42)325 - Joe Montana vs. GB 11/19/89 (30 of 42)302 - Joe Montana vs. NO 11/6/89 (22 of 31)428 - Joe Montana at Phi. 9/24/89 (25 of 34)302 - Joe Montana at Sea. 9/25/88 (20 of 29)343 - Joe Montana vs. Atl. 9/18/88 (32 of 48)308 - Joe Montana at GB 12/6/87 (26 of 35)342 - Joe Montana vs. Cle, 11/29/87 (23 of 31)304 - Joe Montana at TB 11/22/87 (29 of 45)334 - Joe Montana vs. StL Cardinals 10/18/87 (31 of 39)316 - Joe Montana at Pit, 9/13/87 (34 of 49)441 - Joe Montana at Was, 11/17/86 (33 of 60)332 - Mike Moroski at NO 11/2/86 (23 of 40)359 - Jeff Kemp vs. Min. 10/12/86 (23 of 42)332 - Jeff Kemp vs NO 9/21/86 (29 of 44)356 - Joe Montana at TB 9/7/86 (32 of 46)322 - Joe Montana vs. Dal. 12/22/85 (24 of 34)354 - Joe Montana at NO 12/15/85 (25 of 38)328 - Joe Montana vs. LA Rams 12/9/85 (26 of 36)306 - Joe Montana at LA Rams 10/27/85 (22 of 30)429 - Joe Montana at Atl. 10/6/85 (37 of 57)301 - Joe Montana vs. Cin. 11/4/84 (27 of 42)365 - Joe Montana at LA Rams 10/28/84 (21 of 31)353 - Joe Montana at Hou, 10/21/84 (25 of 35)381 - Joe Montana vs. Was, 9/10/84 (24 of 40)358 - Joe Montana at LA Rams 10/23/83 (25 of 39)316 - Joe Montana vs. LA Rams 10/9/83 (28 of 42)341 - Joe Montana at StL Cardinals 9/18/83 (20 of 32)356 - Joe Montana vs. SD 12/11/82 (31 of 46)305 - Joe Montana vs. LA Rams 12/2/82 (26 of 37)334 - Joe Montana vs. NO 11/28/82 (27 of 42)408 - Joe Montana at StL Cardinals 11/21/82 (26 of 39)336 - Joe Montana at Den. 9/19/82 (26 of 37)345 - Steve DeBerg at Atl. 9/28/80 (32 of 51)345 - Steve DeBerg vs. Atl. 12/16/79 (29 of 54)348 - Steve DeBerg vs. Chi. Bears 10/28/79 (26 of 41)306 - Steve DeBerg vs. Sea. 10/7/79 (31 of 40)321 - Steve DeBerg at Hou, 9/17/78 (20 to 32) 316 - Tom Owen at Chi. 11/17/74 (15 of 26)320 - Steve Spurrier vs. Min. 10/14/73 (31 of 48)315 - Steve Spurrier at GB 11/5/72 (19 of 37)317 - John Brodie at Chi. 11/8/70 (21 of 28)

49ERS 300-YARD PASSERS SINCE 1970

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OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDSSCORING

Points 36 Gale Sayers, at Chi. (12/12/65)Touchdowns 6 Gale Sayers, at Chi. (12/12/65)PATs 8 Rafael Septien, at Dal. (10/12/80) 8 Paige Cothren, vs. LA Rams (10/5/58)PAT Attempts 8 Rafael Septien, at Dal. (10/12/80) 8 Paige Cothren, vs. LA Rams (10/5/58)Field Goals 6 Neil Rackers, at Arz. in Mexico City (10/2/05) 5 Morten Andersen, at Atl. (9/3/00) Chris Jacke, at GB (10/14/96) Morten Andersen, at NO (10/25/87) Lou Michaels, at Bal. (9/25/66)Field Goal Attempts 7 Morten Andersen, at NO (10/25/87)Long Field Goal 59 Morten Andersen, at Atl. (12/24/95) 56 Al Del Greco, at Houston (10/27/96) 54 Jan Stenerud, vs. KC (12/6/71)

RUSHING Attempts 35 Clinton Portis, vs. Washington (12/18/04) Marcel Shipp, at Arz. (10/26/03) 32 Calvin Hill, at Dal. (11/10/74) Steven Jackson, at StL Rams (12/21/08)Yards 192 Eric Pegram, vs. Atl. (9/19/93)Touchdowns 4 LaDainian Tomlinson Gale Sayers, at Chi. (12/12/65)Long 84t Chester Taylor, vs. Min. (12/9/07)

PASSINGAttempts 61 Brett Favre, at GB (10/14/96) 60 Richard Todd, at NYJ (9/21/80) 58 Glenn Foley, vs. NYJ (9/6/98) Jay Schroeder at Washington (12/1/85)Completions 42 Richard Todd, at NYJ (9/21/80)Yards 484 Kurt Warner, at Arz. (11/25/07)Touchdowns 5 Donovan McNabb, at Phi. (9/18/05) Kurt Warner, at StL (10/10/99) Vince Ferragamo, at LA Rams (10/23/83) Dan Fouts, vs. SD (12/11/82)Interceptions 7 Steve DeBerg, at TB (9/7/86)Long 96t Tobin Rote to Billy Grimes, vs. Green Bay (12/10/50)Times sacked 10 Phil Simms, vs. NYG (11/23/80) James Harris, at LA Rams (10/11/76) Bill Munson, vs. LA Rams (12/6/64)

RECEIVINGReceptions 17 Clark Gaines, at NYJ (9/21/80)Yards 220 Don Beebe, at GB (10/14/96)Touchdowns 4 Isaac Bruce, at StL (10/10/99) Ahmad Rashad at Min. (9/2/79) Harlon Hill, vs. Chi. (10/31/54)Long 96t Billy Grimes, vs. GB (12/10/50)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDS

INTERCEPTIONSInterceptions 3 Bill Simpson, vs. LA Rams (11/20/77) Gene Howard, at LA Rams (11/21/71) Roy Winston, vs. Min. (10/25/64) Donald Doll, at Det. (10/8/50)Yards 107 Aaron Martin, at LA Rams (10/18/64)Long 101t Tom Pridemore, at Atl. (9/20/81)

PUNTINGPunts 12 Wilbur Summers, vs. Det. (10/23/77) Rusty Jackson, vs. LA Rams (11/21/76)Average 58.5 Reggie Roby, at Mia. (9/28/86)Long 90 Don Chandler, at GB (10/10/65)

PUNT RETURNSRETURNS

Returns 7 Alvin Pearman, at Jac. (12/18/05) J.T. Smith, at Phoenix (11/6/88) Robbie Martin, vs. Ind. (10/5/86) LeRoy Irvin, vs. LA Rams (10/25/81) Roland Lawrence, vs. Atl. (10/23/76)Yards 184 Larry Watkins, at Det. (10/6/63)Long 90t Larry Watkins, at Det. (10/6/63)

KICKOFF RETURNSReturns 9 Ahmad Merritt, vs. Chi. (9/7/03) Eric Metcalf, vs. Atl. (9/29/96)Yards 208 Ron Smith, at Chi. (11/19/72)Long 109 Mel Gray, vs. NO (9/21/86)

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49ERS REGULAR SEASON TEAM RECORDSNote: Entries marked by an asterisk in the “fewest, season” category denote the 1982 strike season. These years are listed for reference, but are not considered full season records.

WON-LOSTWins, Season 15 1984 14 1989, 1990, 1992 13 1981, 1987, 1994, 1997

CONSECUTIVE GAMESWon 15 11/27/89 to 11/18/90 11 9/7/97 to 11/23/97 10 10/9/94 to 12/17/94Wins at home 19 12/23/96 to 10/3/99 13 10/4/92 to 12/5/93 8 10/23/94 to 10/1/95 8 11/27/89 to 11/18/90 7 11/26/95 to 10/20/96 11/2/58 to 11/1/59Wins on road 18 11/27/88 to 12/30/90 11 9/20/87 to 10/16/88 9 12/11/83 to 12/2/84Lost 9 10/8/78 to 12/3/78 8 9/23/07 to 11/18/07 10/10/99 to 12/5/99 9/28/80 to 11/16/80 12/17/78 to 10/14/79 7 11/6/05 to12/18/05 10/17/04 to 12/5/04 12/4/77 to 9/24/78 9/29/74 to 11/10/74 12/9/62 to 10/13/63Losses at home 7 10/28/62 to 9/22/63 6 9/12/82 to 9/3/83 5 9/30/07 to 12/9/07 11/7/04 to 12/26/04 10/15/78 to 11/27/78 12/15/73 to 11/4/74Losses on road 18 12/4/77 to 12/16/79 8 1/2/05 to 12/18/05 10/10/99 to 9/17/00 10/5/80 to 9/20/81 10/11/64 to 10/10/65 7 10/8/50 to 10/6/51

SCORING POINTS

Most, season 505 1994 479 1998 475 1984

Highest average, season 31.6 1994 (16 games) 31.0 1953 (12 games) 30.6 1987 (15 games)Fewest, season 198 1963 208 1960 213 1950 *209 1982 (9 games)Lowest average, season 13.7 2007 13.7 1978 14.1 1963Most, game 56 vs. Atl. (10/18/92) 55 at Det. (12/19/93) 52 vs. Chi. (12/23/91) vs. Chi. (12/19/65)Most, � rst half 42 vs. Atl. (10/18/92) 41 at Min. (10/18/92) 38 vs. LA Rams (10/28/51)Most, second half 35 vs. Atl. (9/15/85) 31 at LA Rams (10/23/83) 30 vs. NO (OT) (12/7/80) vs. NO (10/21/73)Most, � rst quarter 27 vs. GB (12/7/58) 21 (Several times) Last: vs. Min. (12/18/95)Most, second quarter 28 at Min. (9/8/83) vs. LA Rams (10/28/51) 24 (Several times) Last: vs. Atl. (12/4/94)Most, third quarter 21 at NO (9/4/88) at StL (9/18/83) vs. Hou. (12/13/81) vs. NO (10/21/73) 20 at StL (10/22/95)Most, fourth quarter 28 vs. Chi. (12/22/91) at Phi. (9/24/89) at LA Rams (10/23/83)

TOUCHDOWNSMost, season 66 1994 61 1998 1993 59 1987

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Fewest, season 21 1960 23 2005 24 2007 1963Most, game 8 vs. Atl. (10/18/92) 7 vs. Arz. (12/7/03) at Det. (12/19/93) vs. Chi. (12/23/91) vs. LA Rams (12/27/87) at Atl. (10/29/72) at Det. (10/1/61) vs. Dal. Texans (10/26/52)

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN MADE (KICKING)Most, season 60 1994 59 1993 56 1984Fewest, season 21 2005 1960 22 2007 23 2004 1982Most, game 8 vs. Atl. (10/18/92) 7 at Det. (12/19/93) vs. Chi. (10/23/91) vs. LA Rams (12/27/87) at Atl. (10/29/72) at Det. (10/1/61)

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTS. (KICKING)Most, season 62 1994 61 1993 59 1987 57 1984Most, game 8 vs. Atl. (10/18/92) 7 at Det. (12/19/93) vs. Chi. (10/23/91) at Atl. (10/29/72) at Det. (10/1/61)

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN MADE (2-POINT)Most, season 5 1998 3 2004 2000 2 2002 1997 1995 1994

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POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPTS (2-POINT)

Most, season 9 1998 6 2004 4 2000 1994 3 2003 1997 1995

FIELD GOALS MADEMost, season 30 1996 29 2008 2006 1997 1989Fewest, season 3 1955 4 1950 6 1969 1952 1951Game 6 vs. Atl. (9/29/96) at NO (10/16/83) 5 vs. TB (10/30/05) vs. Chi. (9/7/03) vs. Den. (9/23/73) 4 (21 times) Last: at Den. (12/31/06) and at Det. (11/12/06)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTEDMost, season 38 1988 37 2003 36 2002 1997 1990 1989 1971 35 2006 1986 1984 1960 34 1996Fewest, season 8 1950 12 1955 1952 15 1957Most, game 8 vs. Atl. (10/18/92) 7 at Det. (12/19/93) vs. Chi. (12/23/91) vs. LA Rams (12/27/87) at Atl. (10/29/72) at Det. (10/1/61)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSFIRST DOWNS

TOTAL FIRST DOWNSMost, season 381 1998 372 1993 362 1994Fewest, season 182 1959 183 1963 191 2005Most, game 36 vs. Ind. (10/18/98) 33 vs. Hou. (11/8/87) 32 vs. LA Rams (11/20/94)Fewest, game 3 vs. Bal. (11/22/59) 5 at Bal. (10/13/63) 6 vs. Bal. (10/21/07) at Sea. (11/18/07) vs. GB (12/10/60)

RUSHINGMost, season 141 2002 1988 138 1984 137 1985 135 1992Fewest, season 65 2007 70 2005 76 1959 83 2004 84 1969 *49 1982 (9 games)Most, game 21 vs. Det. (12/14/98) 20 at Min. (10/15/61) 19 vs. GB (12/9/51)Fewest, game 0 at Min. (12/14/69) at Bal. (10/13/63) 1 at Arz. (9/13/09) vs. Bal. (10/21/07) vs. StL (11/25/07) at Arz. (10/2/05) at Phi. (9/18/05) vs. StL (9/11/05) at Sea. (9/26/04) at Bal. (11/22/59) at NYG (11/9/52)

PASSINGMost, season 231 1995 223 1998 213 1986 Fewest, season 76 1959 81 1977 83 1951 87 1963

Most, game 24 at Cin. (12/5/99) at Atl. (10/14/90) 23 vs. Chi. (12/17/00) at Atl. (10/6/85) 22 vs. Arz. (10/10/04) vs. Ind. (10/18/98) vs. NO (11/13/83) vs. SD (12/11/82)Fewest, game 1 vs. TB (10/30/05) at Chi. (11/13/05) vs. Min. (11/29/76) at GB (Milw.) (11/24/63) at Det. (10/6/63) vs. LA Rams (10/7/56) 2 vs. NYG (11/6/05) at StL (12/5/04) vs. GB (12/10/60)

BY PENALTYMost, season 34 1978 30 1994 29 1998Fewest, season 9 1963 10 1961 11 1951 1950Most, game 8 at NO (10/11/98) 6 at NO (10/25/87) vs. Atl. (10/22/78) vs. Atl. (12/6/70)

NET YARDS(Rushing and Passing)

YARDSMost, season 6,800 1998 6,435 1993 6,366 1984Fewest, season 3,260 1960 3,281 1963 3,388 1959 3,587 2005 3,594 1977 3,651 1955 3,658 1957 3,797 2007 *3,242 1982 (9 games)Most, game 598 vs. Buf. (9/13/92) 597 vs. Bal. (12/13/53) 590 vs. Atl. (10/18/92)Fewest, game 61 at Det. (10/6/63) 81 vs. GB (12/10/60) 88 vs. LA Rams (11/21/76)

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San Francisco 49ers RECORDSRUSHINGATTEMPTS

Most, season 585 1978 576 1976 564 1977Fewest, season 357 2007 359 1958 377 1957 383 1964 391 1969 397 2008 406 1963 407 1959 *219 1982 (9 games)Most, game 59 at Min. (12/4/77) 56 vs. Det. (10/25/63) at GB (Milw.) (10/10/54) vs. Bal. (10/29/50) 54 vs. Det. (10/20/91) vs. Min. (11/29/76) at StL (10/31/76)Fewest, game 12 vs. Arz. (12/24/06) vs. Chi. (10/13/85) 13 at Car. (9/22/96) vs. Car. (12/8/96) at Dal. (10/12/80) 14 vs. SD (10/15/06) at Arz. MC (10/2/05) at Phx. (11/1/92) at Min. (12/14/69)

YARDSMost, season 2,544 1998 2,523 1988 2,498 1954Fewest, season 1,268 2007 1,332 1964 1,449 2004 1,454 1963 1,477 2007 1,479 1995 *740 1982 (9 games)Most, game 328 vs. Det. (12/14/98) 324 at Min. (10/15/61) 317 vs. Min. (11/29/76)Fewest, game 5 vs. Houston (12/7/75) 12 at Min. (12/14/69) 22 at GB (11/5/72) 26 at Dal. (11/18/08) 29 at Mia. (11/16/80) 31 at NE (10/20/75) 32 vs. StL (11/18/07)

AVERAGEHighest, season 5.7 1954 (442 attempts) 5.2 1998 (491 attempts) 5.0 2006 (438 attempts) 1999 (419 attempts)Lowest, season 3.4 1982 (219 attempts) 1970 (468 attempts) 3.5 2004 (413 attempts) 1981 (560 attempts) 1964 (383 attempts) 3.6 1995 (415 attempts) 1978 (585 attempts) 1972 (445 attempts) 1963 (406 attempts)Highest, game 10.9 vs. Dal. Texans (10/26/52), 24-263 8.8 vs. Sea. (9/20/09), 29-256 8.6 vs. NYJ (9/6/98), 24-207Lowest, game 0.2 vs. Hou. (12/7/75), 25-5 0.9 at Min. (12/14/69), 14-12 1.2 at GB (11/5/72), 18-22

TOUCHDOWNSMost, season 28 1954 27 1961 26 1993 1953Fewest, season 8 2007 1963 9 2005 1960 10 2008 2004 1980 1974 *6 1982 (9 games)Most, game 5 vs. Atl. (10/18/92) vs. TB (12/4/83) at Min. (10/15/61) 4 (9 times) Last: vs. Det. (12/14/98)

PASSINGATTEMPTS

Most, season 644 1995 602 1979 597 1980 Fewest, season 264 1959 277 1977 281 1951Most, game 63 vs. Phi. (11/25/02) 60 at Was. (12/17/86) 57 vs. Arz. (10/10/04) at Atl. (10/6/85)

Fewest, game 8 vs. NO (11/27/77) vs. Min. (11/29/76) 12 at Atl. (11/6/77) at GB (9/12/76) 13 at Chi. (11/13/05) at Min. (12/4/77) at NYJ (11/28/71)

COMPLETIONSMost, season 432 1995 366 2000 363 1980Fewest, season 132 1959 136 1977 151 1955Most, game 38 vs. Arz. (10/10/04) 37 at Atl. (10/6/85) 36 at Dal. (12/8/02) vs. Phi. (11/25/02) vs. Chi. (12/17/00) 34 at Car. (11/18/01) at Pit. (9/13/87)Fewest, game 1 at Chi. (11/13/05) 3 vs. Min. (11/29/76) 4 vs. Pit. (9/19/77)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGEHighest, season 70.3 1994 (359-511) 70.2 1989 (339-483) 67.6 1993 (354-524)Lowest, season 43.7 1978 (190-435) 44.7 1963 (156-349) 47.1 1974 (170-361)Highest, game (15+ attempts) 91.3 vs. Det. (10/20/91), 21-23 85.0 at Atl. (11/12/89), 17-20 vs. Was. (9/20/70), 17-20 vs. Atl. (9/29/68), 17-20 84.4 vs. Atl. (9/25/83), 27-32 84.2 at Atl. (10/16/94), 16-19 83.9 vs. Bal. (11/17/96), 26-31Lowest, game (15+ attempts) 22.2 at Pit. (9/19/77), 4-18 26.1 at Cle.(12/1/74), 6-23 26.9 at LA Rams (10/8/78), 7-26

NET YARDSMost, season 4,608 1995 4,302 1993 1989 4,256 1998Fewest, season 1,508 1977 1,549 1959 1,550 1950

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Most, game 475 at LA Rams (11/29/93) 442 at Atl. (10/14/90) 439 vs. Buf. (9/13/92) at LA Rams (12/11/89)Fewest, game 10 at Det. (10/6/63) 11 vs. LA Rams (10/7/56) 14 vs. Min. (11/29/76) 18 vs. LA Rams (11/21/76) 19 at Pit. (9/19/77)

AVERAGE GAIN PER ATTEMPTHighest, season 9.49 1989 8.84 1961 8.55 1993Lowest, season 5.23 2007 5.30 1978 5.55 1960

TIMES SACKEDMost, season 55 2008 (-345) 2007 (-365) 53 1998 (-254 yards) 52 2004 (-319 yards) 48 2005 (-292 yards)Fewest, season 8 1970 (-67 yards) 11 1971 (-111 yards) 17 1979 (-119 yards)Most, game 10 vs. NYG (11/23/80) at LA Rams (10/11/76) vs. LA Rams (12/6/64)

SACK YARDS LOSTMost, season 423 1963 396 1952 371 1957Fewest, season 67 1970 111 1971 114 2001Most, game 95 vs. Dal. Texans (10/26/52) 73 at Det. (10/6/63)

TOUCHDOWN PASSESMost, season 44 1987 41 1998 37 1994Fewest, season 8 2005 1956 9 1978 1977 1973

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSINTERCEPTIONS

Most, season 36 1978 29 1958 28 1974 1955Fewest, season 9 1992 10 2002 2000 1984 1970 1969 11 1997 1994 1989 * 1982 (9 games)Most, game 7 at LA Rams (10/18/64) 6 at Det. (11/4/73) vs. Bal. (12/5/59) 5 at Dal. (10/12/80) vs. Pit. (11/27/78) at Cle. (12/1/74) vs. Pit. (12/15/73) vs. Min. (12/16/72) vs. Det. (10/29/67) at Bal. (11/30/58) vs. LA Rams (9/25/55)

PUNTINGPUNTS

Most, season 107 2005 105 2007 97 1978Fewest, season 42 1993 1953 48 1962 1958 *45 1982 (9 games)Most, game 11 vs. LA Rams (11/21/76) at Chi. (10/17/54) 10 vs. Sea. (9/30/07) vs. Hou. (1/1/06) vs. Atl. (11/8/81) vs. LA Rams (10/25/81) at Atl. (11/5/78) at Atl. (11/6/77) vs. Atl. (10/23/76)Fewest, game 0 at Det. (12/19/93) vs. Atl. (9/20/93) vs. Buf. (9/13/92) vs. Det. (10/20/91) vs. NYG (10/15/72) vs. NO (11/14/71) vs. Det. (11/6/60) vs. Bal. (12/13/53)

AVERAGEHighest, season (40+ attempts) 47.8 2008, 66 punts 47.3 2007, 105 punts 45.8 1965, 54 punts 45.7 1959, 59 punts 45.6 1964, 79 punts 1962, 48 puntsLowest, season (40+ attempts) 35.0 1977, 80 punts 36.2 1990, 70 punts 36.4 1954, 61 punts 36.5 1979, 72 punts 36.9 1978, 97 puntsHighest, game (4+ attempts) 57.2 at Pit. (9/23/07), 5 punts 55.0 at Det. (10/9/94), 4 punts 54.8 at StL (12/21/08), 5 punts 54.5 vs. Chi. (11/19/61), 4 punts 54.3 vs. Sea. (9/30/07), 10 punts

PUNT RETURNSRETURNS

Most, season 65 1976 63 1975 56 2007Fewest, season 18 1963 22 1969 23 2001 24 1961 1960Most, game 9 vs. NO (10/17/76) at Atl. (10/29/72) 8 vs. Det. (11/2/58) at Det. (10/16/55) 7 vs. StL (11/18/07) at NO (10/8/89) at NO (11/25/84)

YARDSMost, season 616 1975 612 1988 557 1976Fewest, season 63 1969 99 1963 104 1999Most, game 144 vs. Phi. (9/27/59) 141 vs. NO (10/17/76) 133 at Hou. (11/15/70)Fewest, game -7 at StL (10/25/98) -3 at Atl. (11/15/98) -2 at Jac. (9/12/99)

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AVERAGEHighest, season 14.1 2002 12.3 1950 11.8 1997Lowest, season 2.9 1969 3.0 1955 3.3 1968 1957

TOUCHDOWNSMost, season 2 1988 1980 1976 1952

KICKOFF RETURNSRETURNS

Most, season 84 2004 81 2005 79 2006

Fewest, season 36 1952 * 1982 (9 games) 38 1976 1951 39 1958 1954Most, game 10 vs. SD (10/15/06) 9 vs. Phi. (10/12/08) at Was. (10/23/05) at LA Rams (10/5/80) vs. LA Rams (9/30/73) at Det. (11/14/54) 8 at NYG (10/21/07) vs. Buf. (12/20/04) vs. Was. (12/18/04) vs. Car. (11/14/04) at Cin. (12/14/03) at NO (10/20/02) at Dal. (10/12/80) at Chi. (12/12/65) at NYG (11/17/63) at Det. (9/23/62) at GB (Milw.) (10/23/60)Fewest, game 0 (Several times) Last: at NO (10/26/97)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSYARDS

Most, season 1,907 2006 1,767 2008 1,739 1962 1,716 2004 1,702 2007 1,659 1963Fewest, season 715 1993 742 1987 757 1986Most, game 256 at Det. (11/14/54) 248 at Det. (9/23/62) 243 at NYG (11/17/63)Fewest, game 0 (Several times) Last: at NO (10/26/97)

AVERAGEHighest, season 28.0 1962 (62 returns) 27.1 1960 (43 returns) 26.8 1963 (62 returns) 26.6 1961 (49 returns)Lowest, season 17.7 1968 (60 returns) 17.8 1988 (55 returns) 1950 (45 returns) 17.9 1993 (40 returns)

TOUCHDOWNSMost, season 3 1963 1 (Several times) Last: 2008Most, game 2 vs. Min. (9/15/63) 1 (Several times) Last: at Arz. (11/10/08)

PENALTIESMost, season 134 2000 133 1998 120 1999Fewest, season 51 1963 57 1959 1958 1957 *44 1982 (9 games)Most, game 22 at Buf. (10/4/98) 16 at Atl. (1/3/00) 15 vs. Car. (12/8/96) 15 at Was. (11/17/86)

Fewest, game 0 at NO (1/6/02) vs. Phi. (11/29/92) vs. NO (11/11/88) 1 vs. Buf. (12/2/01) vs. Was. (12/26/99) vs. Hou. (12/25/93) vs. NO (11/15/92) at Atl. (11/9/92) vs. LA Rams (12/27/87) vs. Pit. (11/27/78) at Atl. (9/22/74) at LA Rams (11/18/73) vs. Atl. (10/19/69) vs. GB (12/14/63) at GB (9/24/61)

YARDS PENALIZEDMost, season 1,156 1998 1,135 2000 1,045 1999Fewest, season 439 1963 489 1959 541 1955 *451 1982 (9 games)Most, game 178 at Buf. (10/4/98) 177 at LA Rams (9/18/94) 168 at StL (10/24/71)Fewest, game 0 at NO (1/6/02) vs. Phi. (11/29/92) vs. NO (12/11/88)

TURNOVERS Most, season 63 1978 (27 fumbles, 36 INTs) 46 1964 (24 fumbles, 22 INTs) 1955 (18 fumbles, 28 INTs) 1950 (21 fumbles, 25 INTs)Fewest, season 16 1960 (4 fumbles, 12 INTs) 17 2002 (7 fumbles, 10 INTs) 19 2001 (7 fumbles, 12 INTs) 2000 (9 fumbles, 10 INTs)Most, game 10 at Dal. (10/12/80) (5 fumbles, 5 INTs) 9 at Cle. (11/12/50) (6 fumbles, 3 INTs)

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SCORING

POINTS ALLOWEDMost, season 453 1999 452 2004 428 2005Fewest, season 190 1976 205 1960 1951 216 1971 *206 1982 (9 games)Most, game 61 at Chi. (12/12/65) 59 at Dal. (10/12/80) 56 at LA Rams (11/9/58)Fewest, game 0 (Several times) Last: vs. StL (10/4/09) 2 at NO (10/1/72) 3 (Several times) Last: vs. Min. (11/5/06)Most, � rst half 41 at Chi. (10/29/06) 38 at Dal. (10/12/80) 35 vs. Atl (10/11/09) vs. SD (10/15/06) at Was. (10/23/05) at LA Rams (11/9/58) 34 at LA Rams (10/5/80)Most, second half 36 at NO (11/23/69) 35 at Jac. (9/12/99) vs. Det. (11/3/63) 34 vs. Car. (11/14/04) at Chi. (12/12/65)Most, � rst quarter 24 at Chi. (10/29/06) 21 at Arz. (9/10/06) at StL (10/10/99) at LA Rams (11/9/58) at Chi. (10/18/53) 20 at Det. (11/14/54)Most, second quarter 28 at Min. (9/29/63) 27 at NYG (10/14/79) 24 vs. Car. (10/10/99) at Dal. (10/12/88)Most, third quarter 24 vs. StL (10/6/74) 21 (Several times) Last: at Ten. (11/27/05)Most, fourth quarter 28 at StL (12/30/02) 23 vs. Phi. (10/12/08) 22 at NO (10/20/02) 21 (Several times) Last: at Atl. (11/15/98)

TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWEDMost, season 54 2004 1979 53 1999 52 1980 1965Fewest, season 23 1971 24 1984 1951 * 1982 (9 games) 25 1996 1991 1976 1960Most, game 9 at Chi. (12/12/65) 8 at Dal. (10/12/80) at LA Rams (11/9/58)Fewest, game 0 (Several times) Last: at Buf. (10/4/09)

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN ALLOWED (KICKING)Most, season 51 2004 50 1999 1980 1963 48 1965Fewest, season 17 1995 20 1976 21 1996 1971Most, game 8 at Dal. (10/12/80) at LA Rams (11/9/58) 7 at Was. (10/23/05) at Chi. (12/12/65)Fewest, game 0 (Several times) Last: vs. Bal. (10/7/07)

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN ALLOWED (2-POINTS)

Most, season 7 1994 4 2001 1996 2 2005 2000 1995

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPTED (2-POINTS)

12 1994 8 1995 6 2001

San Francisco 49ers RECORDS

FIELD GOALS ALLOWEDMost, season 35 2008 31 2007 31 1973 30 2006 29 2005 27 1999 1995 1993 1985Fewest, season 5 1959 6 1976 7 1950 9 1954 1953Most, game 6 at Arz. MC (10/2/05) 5 at Atl. (9/3/00) at GB (10/14/96) at NO (10/25/87) at Bal. (9/25/66)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTSMost, season 45 1973 38 1978 36 2005 1969Fewest, season 11 1954 12 1959 16 1953Most, game 7 vs. NO (10/25/87) 6 at Arz. (Mex. City) (10/2/05) at Arz. (10/26/03) vs. Car. (11/8/98) vs. Atl. (10/7/73) vs. KC (12/6/71)

FIRST DOWNSTOTAL ALLOWED

Most, season 347 2000 341 1980 335 2005Fewest, season 167 1952 188 1951 198 1960 *170 1982 (9 games)

DEFENSE

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Most, game 32 at StL (9/17/00) 31 at Sea. (12/11/05) vs. Oak. (10/8/00) vs. Dal. (11/10/63) at Min. (10/15/61) vs. Bal. (12/13/53) 30 vs. SD (10/15/06) at Phi. (9/18/05) at Ind. (11/25/01) at NYJ (9/21/80) at Was. (11/12/67)Fewest, game 2 vs. NO (10/21/73) 4 at Det. (10/12/52) 5 at Bal. (10/13/63)

RUSHING ALLOWEDMost, season 137 1980 136 1979 132 1955Fewest, season 57 1995 67 1997 74 1954Most, game 19 at GB (10/11/59) 18 at Bal. (11/22/59) at Chi. (10/14/56) 17 vs. GB (12/13/59)Fewest, game 0 vs. StL (11/2/03) vs. Atl. (9/10/95) at NO (9/3/95) vs. Atl. (12/4/94) vs. LA Rams (12/6/64) at Bal. (10/13/63) 1 (Several times) Last: vs. StL (10/4/09)

PASSING ALLOWEDMost, season 205 2005 194 2000 192 1999 1995Fewest, season 76 1952 81 1950 84 1951Most, game 25 at NYJ (9/21/80) 23 vs. Dal. (11/10/63)Fewest, game 0 vs. NO (10/21/73) vs. LA Rams (10/10/71) 1 at GB (Milw.) (11/24/63) at Det. (10/6/63) vs. LA Rams (10/7/56)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSBY PENALTY

Most, season 43 2000 37 1978 32 1999Fewest, season 9 1960 1956 10 1952 11 1954 * 1982 (9 games)Most, game 8 vs. Oak. (10/8/00) 7 at Buf. (10/4/98) 6 at Den. (12/23/00) at Atl. (1/3/00) at Min. (10/24/99) vs. Det. (10/23/77) at Was. (11/12/67)

NET YARDSYARDS ALLOWED

Most, season 6,259 2005 (1,823 rush, 4,427 pass) 5,969 1980 (2,218 rush, 3,751 pass) 5,709 2000 (1,794 rush, 3,915 pass)Fewest, season 3,204 1952 (1,566 rush, 1,638 pass) 3,405 1960 (1,587 rush, 1,818 pass) 3,425 1953 (1,548 rush, 1,877 pass) *3,035 1982 (1,199 rush, 1,836 pass) (9 games)Most, game 584 at Chi. (12/12/65) (183 rush, 401 pass) 583 at Phi. (9/18/05) (140 rush, 443 pass) 577 vs. LA Rams (11/9/58) (324 rush, 253 pass)Fewest, game 44 vs. Atl. (10/23/76) (83 rush, -39 pass) 61 at Det. (10/6/63) (71 rush, -10 pass) 65 at Det. (10/12/52) (40 rush, 25 pass)

RUSHINGATTEMPTS ALLOWED

Most, season 649 1978 556 1980 551 1977Fewest, season 348 1995 1954 350 1959 351 1992 *303 1982 (9 games)Most, game 62 vs. Chi. (9/24/50) 60 at Bal. (11/22/59) 59 at Dal. (10/12/80)Fewest, game 8 vs. StL (11/2/03) vs. Det. (10/20/91) 11 vs. Buffalo (12/2/01) vs. Atl. (9/10/95) at NYJ (9/21/80)

YARDS ALLOWEDMost, season 2,365 1978 2,241 1962 2,218 1980Fewest, season 1,061 1995 1,258 1990 1,338 1994 *1,199 1982Most, game 324 at LA Rams (11/9/58)Fewest, game 7 at NO (10/1/72) 9 vs. StL (11/2/03) 13 vs. NYG (12/1/86)

AVERAGE ALLOWEDHighest, season 5.4 1958 (380-2,038) 4.8 1962 (464-2,241) 4.6 1956 (481-2,192)Lowest, season 3.0 1995 (348-1,061) 3.4 1977 (551-1,869) 1970 (525-1,799) 3.5 1997 (386-1,366) 1975 (519-1,814) 1964 (442-1,560)Highest, game 8.5 at Den. (10/25/70), 33-280 8.4 vs. Phi. (9/24/06), 18-150 8.3 vs. Phi. (9/24/06) at LA Rams (11/9/58), 39-324Fewest, game 0.4 at NO (10/1/72), 16-7 0.7 vs. NYG (12/1/86), 13-19 0.9 at Min. (12/14/69), 14-12 1.1 vs. StL (11/2/03), 8-9

TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWEDMost, season 27 1955 26 1965 25 1956Fewest, season 4 1996 1971 5 1997 1995 1992 6 1993Most, game 6 at Chi. (12/12/65) 5 vs. Det. (10/29/67) 4 (Several times) Last: vs. SD (10/15/06)

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PASSINGATTEMPTS ALLOWED

Most, season 621 1985 611 1995 604 1986Fewest, season 270 1977 279 1956 280 1959Most, game 61 at GB (10/14/96) 60 at NYJ (9/21/80) 58 vs. NYJ (9/6/98) at Mia. (9/28/86) at Was. (12/1/85)Fewest, game 4 vs. NO (10/15/78) 6 at NYG (10/16/77) 7 at NO (11/13/77) 8 vs. NO (11/27/77) vs. LA Rams (11/21/76)

COMPLETIONS ALLOWEDMost, season 374 2005 346 1985 345 2007Fewest, season 135 1959 139 1977 140 1960Most, game 42 at NYJ (11/21/80) 35 at Arz. (11/25/07) at LA Rams (10/27/85) at Mia. (9/28/86)Fewest, game 2 vs. NO (10/15/78), 4 attempts at NYG (10/16/77), 6 attempts vs. LA Rams (10/10/71), 12 attempts 3 vs. NO (11/13/77), 7 attempts vs. LA Rams (11/21/76), 8 attempts vs. Det. (11/2/69), 14 attempts

OPPONENTS’ COMPLETION PCT.Highest, season 66.1 1980 64.9 2005 63.9 2006Lowest, season 44.2 1952 44.6 1971 44.7 1951Highest, game (15+ attempts) 88.9 vs. LA Rams (11/7/54), 16-18 87.0 at StL (10/10/99), 20-23 84.6 at Phi. (9/18/05), 33-39Lowest, game (10+ attempts) 16.7 vs. LA Rams (10/20/71), 2-12 19.0 at Chi. (11/19/50), 4-21 21.4 vs. Det. (11/2/69), 3-14

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSNET YARDS ALLOWED

Most, season 4,427 2005 4,068 1999 3,915 2000Fewest, season 1,588 1977 1,638 1952 1,776 1976Most, game 456 at Arz. (11/25/07) 454 vs. Was. (12/26/99) 444 vs. SD (12/11/82) 443 at Phi. (9/18/05)Fewest, game -39 vs. Atl. (10/23/76) -18 vs. LA Rams (10/10/71) -15 vs. NO (10/21/73) 0 vs. NO (10/17/76) 1 vs. Det. (11/2/69)

AVERAGE GAIN PER ATTEMPTHighest, season 8.43 1962 8.24 1999 8.06 1954 8.02 2005 Lowest, season 5.27 1953 5.64 1952 5.85 1995Highest, game 18.2 at Atl. (10/28/73) 17.3 at LA Rams (10/20/74) 16.7 vs. Chi. (11/19/61)

TD PASSES ALLOWEDMost, season 36 1999 29 1980 28 2005Fewest, season 10 1955 11 1985 1960 13 1987 1976 1957 1956Most, game 5 at Phi. (9/18/05) at StL (10/10/99) vs. LA Rams (10/23/83) vs. SD (12/11/82) at NYG (11/17/63) at LA Rams (11/9/58) 4 (Several times) Last: vs. NO (10/28/07)

INTERCEPTIONSINTERCEPTIONS

Most, season 39 1986 33 1951 27 1981Fewest, season 8 1977 9 2004 1976 11 1975 *9 1982 (9 games)

Most, game 7 at TB (9/7/86) 6 vs. NO (9/14/97) vs. NE (11/30/80) at Chi. (10/17/54) vs. LA Rams (10/28/51) 5 (Several times) Last: vs. NO (9/16/84)

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDSMost, season 578 1986 508 1994 498 1951 448 1981Fewest, season 57 2007 88 1988 93 1976 97 1965Most, game 171 vs. StL (11/26/95) 163 at GB 10/26/86) 137 vs. LA Rams (10/28/51) 115 at SD (12/3/00) at Atl. (10/16/94)

TOUCHDOWNSMost, season 5 1995, 1986, 1983 4 1994, 1981 3 2005, 1993, 1972, 1968, 1966

SACKSSACKS

Most, season 61 1976 60 1985 57 1983Most, game 10 vs. NYG (11/23/80) at LA Rams (10/11/76) vs. LA Rams (12/6/64) 9 at NYJ (10/29/89) at LA Raiders (9/22/85) at NO (11/13/83) 8 (Several times) Last: at StL (10/25/98)

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SACK YARDAGEMost, season 573 1976 457 1985 448 1986 1983Most, game 97 at LA Rams (10/11/71)

PUNTING PUNTS ALLOWED

Most, season 108 1976 92 1985 91 1986Fewest, season 42 1956 47 1957 49 1958Most, game 12 vs. Det. (10/23/77) vs. LA Rams (11/21/76) 11 vs. KC (11/17/85) vs. Atl. (10/23/76) vs. NO (10/21/73) 10 vs. Cin. (10/20/96) at Was. (11/17/86) vs. NO (10/17/76) at Atl. (10/29/72)Fewest, game 0 at NO (10/20/02) vs. Buffalo (9/13/92)

YARDS ALLOWEDMost, season 4,327 1976 3,765 1986 3,695 1996Fewest, season 1,709 1956 1,895 1957 1,995 1958Most, game 461 at Atl. (10/29/72) 456 vs. NO (10/21/73) 441 vs. Atl. (10/23/76) 435 vs. Det. (10/23/77)Fewest, game 0 at NO (10/20/02) vs. Buffalo (9/13/92) 23 at Bal. (10/1/67) 35 vs. NE (10/22/89)

AVERAGE ALLOWEDHighest, season 45.7 1964 44.6 1962 43.9 1993 1961Lowest, season 37.5 1977 38.1 1979 38.2 1980

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSHighest, game (4+ attempts) 66.6 at Atl. (10/14/90), 5-333 58.5 at Mia. (9/28/86), 4-234 53.4 at Chi. (10/30/60), 5-267 vs. Sea. (10/26/08), 5-267Lowest, game (4+ attempts) 23.6 at NYG (10/5/87), 5-118 24.9 at NO (9/15/74), 4-99 25.5 at Dal. (12/30/01), 4-102

PUNT RETURNSRETURNS ALLOWED

Most, season 62 2005 57 1981 53 2007Fewest, season 15 1993 19 1971 1951 20 1972 * 1982 (9 games)Most, game 9 at Det. (10/6/63) vs. Atl. (10/9/77) 8 vs. LA Rams (10/25/81) vs. Atl. (10/23/76)Fewest, game 0 (Several times) Last: at Arz. (9/10/06)

YARDS ALLOWEDMost, season 664 1981 587 1963 540 1964Fewest, season 44 1971 70 1972 109 1953Most, game 231 at Det. (10/6/63) 166 vs. LA Rams (10/25/81) 135 at Cle. (12/30/07)

AVERAGE RETURN ALLOWEDHighest, season 13.2 2006 13.0 1952 12.4 1965Lowest, season 2.3 1971 3.5 1972 1956 3.7 1958

TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWEDMost, season 2 2002 1999 1964 1963 1961Most, game 1 (Several times) Last: at Cle. (12/30/07)

KICKOFF RETURNSRETURNS ALLOWED

Most, season 89 1994 82 1997 1995 78 1984 1983Fewest, season 37 1964 1963 1955 38 1960 40 1959 1982Most, game 10 vs. Atl. (9/29/96) 9 vs. Chi. (9/7/03) at SD (12/3/00) vs. Atl. (12/4/94) vs. Chi. (12/23/91) at NO (10/16/83) at NO (10/1/72) 8 (Several times) Last: vs. Arz. (12/7/03)Fewest, game 0 (Several times) Last: vs. Ind. (10/9/05)

YARDS ALLOWEDMost, season 1,912 1994 1,857 1995 1,746 1997Fewest, season 739 1958 769 1960 816 1963Most, game 260 at Dal. (11/11/65) 233 vs. NO (9/21/86) 208 at Chi. (11/14/72)Fewest, game 0 (Several times) Last: vs. Ind. (10/9/95)

AVERAGE ALLOWEDHighest, season 27.6 1969 26.5 1965 24.7 1950Lowest, season 17.6 1958 18.4 1996 18.7 1988

TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWEDMost, season/game 1 (Several times) Last: at Pit. (9/23/07)

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TAKEAWAYSMost, season 49 1986 (10 FRs, 39 INTs) 48 1981 (21 FRs, 27 INTs) 45 1978 (27 FRs, 18 INTs) 43 1950 (21 FRs, 22 INTs) 42 1970 (20 FRs, 22 INTs) 1983 (18 FRs, 24 INTs) 1951 (9 FRs, 33 INTs)Fewest, season 18 2008 (6 FRs, 12 INTs) 1977 (10 FRs, 8 INTs) 19 1982 (10 FRs, 9 INTs) 20 1999 (7 FRs, 13 INTs) Most, game 9 at Oak. (12-20-70) (4 FRs, 5 INTs) 8 NO (9-14-97) (2 FRs, 6 INTs) Cin. (10-1-78) (3 FRs, 5 INTs) 7 at NO (10-1-72) (3 FRs, 4 INTs) at TB (9-7-86) (0 FRs, 7 INTs)

PENALTIESOPPONENTS PENALTIES

Most, season 154 1978 120 2005 119 1979Fewest, season 43 1956 44 1959 51 1958 1954Most, game 17 at Atl. (11/5/78) 15 at Cle. (11/15/53) at LA Rams (10/8/78)Fewest, game 0 at Bal. (10/26/69) at Det. (12/13/64) at GB (12/14/63) at Det. (10/6/63) at Cle. (11/29/59)

San Francisco 49ers RECORDSOPPONENTS YARDS PENALIZED

Most, season 1,300 1978 965 1970 961 2005Fewest, season 321 1956 412 1959 426 1954Most, game 165 at Min. (10/13/66) 136 at LA Rams (10/8/78) 133 vs. Cin. (10/1/78) 132 vs. Was. (11/7/76)Fewest, game 0 at Bal. (10/26/69) at Det. (12/13/64) at GB (12/14/63) at Det. (10/6/63) at Cle. (11/29/59)

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Front Office Feature StoriesJed York – “Purdy: 49ers' Jed York tops list of Bay Area sports power players,” – San Jose Mercury News – 8/9/09

Coach Feature StoriesMike Singletary – “Singletary's squad is making believers,” – Contra Costa Times – 10/4/09 Mike Singletary – “Be Like Mike,” – SI.com – 9/28/09 Mike Singletary – “Singletary stresses the evil of overconfidence,” – Yahoo! Sports – 9/25/09 Mike Singletary – “This nutcracker isn't a ballet,” – ESPN The Magazine – 9/24/09 Mike Singletary – “Singletary set the tone, which was tough and disciplined,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 9/14/09 Mike Singletary – “Singletary hopes to be author of 49ers success,” – San Jose Mercury News – 9/7/09 Mike Singletary – “Mike Singletary: 49ers' leading figure commands with his own brand of ferocity,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 9/6/09 Tom Rathman – “49ERS PROFILE: Tom Rathman,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 8/21/09

Player Feature StoriesArnaz Battle – “49ers' Battle healthy and ready,” – San Francisco Examiner – 8/20/09 Isaac Bruce – “Bruce watches his mouth – carefully,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 10/2/09 Glen Coffee – “Coffee adopts familiar no-nonsense approach,” – Santa Rosa Press Democrat – 8/20/09 Vernon Davis – “49ers' Singletary taps Davis' potential,” – 10/1/09 Vernon Davis – “49ers notes: Davis has gone from doghouse to captaincy,” – Santa Rosa Press Democrat – 9/16/09Vernon Davis – “Vernon Davis emerges as leader in 49ers locker room,” – San Jose Mercury News – 9/11/09 Defense Feature – “Teamwork boosts 49ers' defense,” – Sacramento Bee – 10/11/09 Defense Feature – “49ers' stout defense a team effort,” – San Jose Mercury News – 10/11/09 Defense Feature – “Simple defense brings some smashing results,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 10/6/09 Aubrayo Franklin - Nose tackle is one of the NFL's best,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 10/11/09 Frank Gore – “Matthew Barrows: It's shades of 2006 for Gore,” – Sacramento Bee – 9/22/09 Frank Gore – “Gore loves the grunt work,” – Santa Rosa Press Democrat – 8/18/09 Frank Gore & Moran Norris – “Inman: Reunited and it feels so good for 49ers' Gore and Norris,” – San Jose Mercury News – 6/6/09 Parys Haralson – “49ers' Haralson deserved his bonus,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 9/17/09 Shaun Hill – “Hill returns to where he began,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 9/27/09 Shaun Hill – “'Hank' Hill? Vikings recall him for his brain,” – Sacramento Bee – 9/27/09 Shaun Hill – “This Hill stands tall,” – Santa Rosa Press Democrat – 9/26/09 Shaun Hill – “Knapp: Hill a game manager - he manages to win,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 9/21/09 Shaun Hill – “Same old story for 49ers QB Hill: He isn't much to look at,” – Sacramento Bee – 7/25/09 Ray McDonald – “McDonald has knack for blocking kicks,” – San Francisco Chronicle – 9/30/09 Josh Morgan – “49ers' Morgan cueing up breakout season,” – ESPN.com – 8/25/09 Josh Morgan – “49ers receiver eager to begin second season,” – San Jose Mercury News – 6/10/09 Allen Rossum – “While not flashy, veteran gives team great returns,” – Sacramento Bee – 9/7/09 Alex Smith – “Friend's suicide tempers Smith's drive,” – ESPN.com – 6/29/09 Justin Smith – “Motor never stalls for 49ers' Justin Smith,” – Santa Rosa Press Democrat – 9/17/09Takeo Spikes – “Spikes brings lessons he's lived and learned,” – Sacramento Bee – 10/19/08 Patrick Willis – “Willis the next Ray Lewis?” – San Francisco Chronicle – 10/5/09 Patrick Willis – “49ers' Willis brings down the hammer,” ESPN.com – 9/8/09 Patrick Willis – “P. Willis Smiling His Way Through Success in NFL,” – NFLPLAYERS.com – 7/14/09

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Purdy: 49ers' Jed York tops list of Bay Area sports power players By Mark Purdy, San Jose Mercury News

Jed York is the honcho of all honchos in Northern California sports. Says who? Says us. He is rated No. 1 in our annual ranking of the Bay Area's 25 most powerful sports people. Yet on many days, as York will tell you, he does not feel powerful at all.

"It's funny," he said the other day. "Especially with family and friends, I feel less important than I did before."

The 49ers' president and owner has presided over several stunning moves for the franchise over the past 12 months. But York says he is fortunate to have a dedicated and relentless ego-suppressing posse.

This posse definitely includes his father and mother, who check in with him a few times per week by phone from their Ohio home. But principally it consists of several former college buddies from Notre Dame.

At age 28, York is not that far removed from those post-midnight bull sessions in South Bend where wicked insults flew in tight,accurate spirals.

Today, those same guys tease York mercilessly when he announces a decision — say, the one to exclusively pursue a new stadium inSanta Clara — and it provokes a reaction from a national figure such as Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who opposes the move.

"My friends will say, 'Are you kidding me?'" York said. "They'll say, 'We know who you really are. You're not the owner of a NFLteam, you're the guy who was in the dorm late at night talking about whatever.' They keep you honest. You can't have an inflatedopinion of yourself with them around."

That could also explain York's reaction when informed that he was the No. 1 name on this year's list.

"This isn't going to get my dad and mom mad at me, is it?" he asked in half-jest.

York's father and mother, John York and Denise DeBartolo York, are still listed as "co-chairman" in the 49ers' directory. Jed, however, is in control of the team joystick on a day-to-day basis. And over the past 12 months, he has used the joystick to makedramatic moves that will shape the franchise's future — and could literally alter the Bay Area's sports landscape.

So, yeah, that makes Jed York a pretty influential guy. Just ask Sen. Feinstein.

Each summer, we rank the Bay Area's power 25 in sports, not so much to create a strict pecking order but as a vehicle to explain how Northern California's sports machinery works. The list also shines a light on the people who grease the gears, some of whom areunfamiliar names to the general public.

As always, the rankings are totally subjective and arbitrary. They are done by a panel of Mercury News editors; any ties are broken by yours truly. There is only one exclusionary rule: No newspaper people can be included on the list, for conflict-of-interest reasons.

This year, Jed York is atop the list not just because he is in charge of the most popular Bay Area team in America's most popularsports league. York is there because of what he has accomplished since he was named team president in December — after unofficially performing those executive duties for at least a year.

York leans on General Manager Scot McCloughan in football decisions and relies on chief operating officer Andy Dolich in off-fieldmatters. But over the past 12 months, York supervised and signed off on the firing of former head coach Mike Nolan and the hiring of his replacement, Mike Singletary. York also steered the organization's negotiations with Santa Clara that resulted in the team signing a term sheet with the city regarding a new stadium.

Voters will give a thumbs-up or thumbs-down on the deal sometime in 2010. But to understand how difficult it is simply to reach this point, please consult the A's and Raiders, two local teams seeking new stadium deals and finding only frustration.

Of course, there are far more immediate football matters on York's plate. The 49ers' last winning season was in 2002. That is unacceptable to York, whose competitive zeal has been compared to that of his uncle, former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr.

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�Last week, after York watched a morning practice, he sat down for half an hour to talk about his management philosophy. The discussion occurred during a media mini-firestorm over Michael Crabtree, the team's No. 1 draft selection, who is holding out for a lucrative contract.

"I think it's real important to always see the big picture," York said, "rather than worry about every single detail of every single element. For example, right now, we've got a first-round pick who hasn't signed. Some guys would freak out about that. My feeling is, we have people who are in charge of that and they know what's going on, what they want to get accomplished. I trust them. And wecan't control what the player's people do. Instead of focusing on what you can't control, I try to focus on what you can control."

The answer was a typically diplomatic one for York. Because of his youth — although sooner or later, people need to stop obsessing about his age — there has been a tendency among 49ers fans to wait for "Kid York" to screw up and say something really, really,really stupid. It hasn't happened. Over the years, those same fans have hurled numerous invectives at John and Denise York. But give them credit for raising a son who handles himself coolly when the heat is turned up.

And the son is very clear about this: Seeing his team win five of its last seven games a year ago was nice, but not remotely worth a parade or major applause.

"The thing you have to do," York said, "is focus on always moving ahead, moving forward. My uncle was always very successful atthat. After the 49ers won their first Super Bowl (after the 1981 season), he could have been happy with that and not gone to the max to win more. But he was determined to keep the franchise up there, keep it moving forward. And that's why we are not just talking about 1981 today, but about all of the team's Super Bowls."

Still, on a certain level, York must be surprised at how much the 49ers' needle of progress has moved on his watch, on all fronts.Right?

"If I went out and beat our tight end, Vernon Davis, in the 40-yard dash, that would surprise me," York said. "But I have a lot of respect for the people in our building and all the work they do to get things accomplished. So I'm not surprised with what we've been able to do as a group."

OK, not surprised. Is he impressed?

"I think I'll be impressed when the stadium starts construction across the street," York said. "We've come far. But still not far enough."

His posse can make fun of him all they want. But after so many languid years of 49ers torpidity, he is at least moving the chains. That's how you use power.

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Singletary's squad is making believers By Monte Poole, Contra Costa Times

Even now, as his team sits comfortably atop the NFC West, coach Mike Singletary and his 49ers would like you to believe they have won nothing.

It's the right approach even if, upon closer inspection, it's not entirely true.

They have achieved the first victory that must be obtained by any team with worthwhile aspirations. They have won a detectable measure of credibility.

Finishing the first quarter of the 2009 season with a 35-0 demolition of the young and tender St. Louis Rams on Sunday at Candlestick Park, the 49ers (3-1) already have done enough to start sharing their considerable self-belief with the faithful.

Gone is the artificial swagger of the Mike Nolan era, wherein the new coach inherited a team that went 2-14 in 2004 and immediately barked about winning the NFC West in 2005. He dared to put this palaver into print on a banner at team headquarters.

Depending on your perspective, you either laughed out loud or rolled your eyes or felt a flash of shame. The 49ers had just hired a coach who dreamed big, baseless dreams perfectly suited for ridicule.

The Niners finished 4-12 in '05 and they have been digging out of that silly hole ever since.

Well, they're out. They're 3-0 in the division, with a virtual two-game lead over second-place Arizona. Singletary is 8-5 as a head coach. Quarterback Shaun Hill is 10-4 as a starter, 7-0 at Candlestick.

In short, it's once again OK for the 49ers and their fans to dream big. Not Super Bowl big, but a 10-win season and an NFC West title are entirely conceivable.

"I think it's realistic," said tight end Vernon Davis, who in the second quarter caught his third touchdown pass in two weeks, a 13-yard strike from Hill. "It's very realistic."

If the 49ers go .500 the rest of the season, they finish 9-7, and that might be good enough to win the division. Glancing at theirschedule, only the Nov. 1 game at Indianapolis and the Dec. 20 trip to Philadelphia have the look of probable defeat.

Which means the other 10 games are in play, including home games against the reeling Titans (Nov. 8) and the woeful Lions (Dec.27).

How did the 49ers wander into this position? Mostly by promoting Singletary to head coach.

"Coach Sing has changed the culture," linebacker Takeo Spikes said. "And it's a daily thing, ongoing. It's constant.

"Winning the division has been realistic to us ever since Coach Sing stood up last year and said we're going to be a different football team."

Singletary explained at the time he was hired that he was going to do some unconventional things that would pay off in victories.From his well-publicized banishment of Davis during a game last season to his demanding training camp to his sermons about teamwork and family, Singletary's messages are resonating.

Never more than in Sunday's win, which was artistically negligent but a powerful testimony to the powers of the collective.

The defense, noticeably improved, generating pass-rush heat and containing runners, scored two touchdowns. The special teams, which have been mostly solid, scored a touchdown. The offense, which scored the other two touchdowns, continues to be hardly special but generally effective, which pretty much describes Hill.

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�"It's a good sign that we can generate points somewhere else," Singletary said of the deficient (228 total yards) offense. "But at the same time it's just one of those things where you look at it and you say, 'OK, once our offense gets set, we're really going to make some strides.' We just have to keep working at that."

The 49ers won Sunday with their best player, running back Frank Gore, out of the lineup. They have won three of four with their first-round draft choice, wide receiver Michael Crabtree, out of his mind.

And, still, their self-belief seems stronger than it has been at any time since winning the NFC West in 2002 under Steve Mariucci.

"With wins comes confidence," Hill said. "We've put in more work than any team I've ever been a part of, so we knew coming into the season that we had that to fall back on, that we had paid the price."

There is plenty of paying to be done for this imperfect team, two rungs below elite. The thing the 49ers might have to fear most as they enter the second quarter of the season is getting too high on their own scent.

Then again, Singletary always will be there to remind them they stink.

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Be Like Mike By Jim Trotter, SI.com

Practice was over, and now the 49ers gathered in a tight circle on the far field of their facility in Santa Clara, Calif., last Thursday, each raising one arm to form a human umbrella. After a brief silence, a voice rose from within the group and asked, "Am I my brother's keeper?"

In unison the players answered, Yes ... I ... am!

That the team-binding phrase has its roots in the Bible is appropriate. Some would consider the task facing Mike Singletary, in his first full season as coach, tantamount to turning water into wine. The Niners, one of the league's showcase franchises in the 1980s and '90s, haven't had a winning season since 2002. In three of the past six seasons they lost 11 or more games. Coaches have come and gone,draft picks have been squandered, and through it all the legacy of Walsh and Montana, of Rice and Young and Lott, of five SuperBowl championships in 14 seasons, has been tarnished.

By opening 2009 with consecutive defeats of NFC West favorites Arizona and Seattle, however, the 49ers are leading the division and walking with their heads high again.

"Are we a championship team right now? No, we're not," says middle linebacker Patrick Willis. "But can we be a championship team? I think so. I know so."

The man leading the charge is Singletary—or, as his players respectfully call him, Joe Clark, after the no-nonsense, baseball-bat-wielding inner-city high school principal on whom the 1989 movie Lean on Me was based. Just as Clark sought to change the culture of failure at Eastside High in Paterson, N.J., by getting rid of troublemakers and students who didn't want to learn, Singletary, after being named interim coach midway through the 2008 season, set out to change the tone of the 49ers.

His methods are often unconventional and always attention-grabbing. In his first game after replacing Mike Nolan, a 34--13 home loss to the Seahawks last Oct. 26, Singletary benched starting quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan, dropped his pants at halftime as a motivational ploy, sent starting tight end Vernon Davis to the showers in the fourth quarter after he was flagged for unnecessary roughness, and launched a legendary postgame rant about not tolerating selfish players. "I want winners!" Singletary bellowed, planting the seeds for a marketing campaign that bears his likeness on Bay Area billboards.

Whatever his style, Singletary has gotten results. The 49ers won five of their final seven games last season to finish 7--9, and this season they've exhibited discipline and toughness in their 20--16 defeat of the defending NFC champion Cardinals in Arizona andtheir 23--10 win over the Seahawks on Sunday at Candlestick Park. "This can be a special team, and I want them to realize how good they can be," Singletary says. "The most important thing was for us to come together and believe in one another and have that as our foundation going forward."

The former Bears middle linebacker known as Samurai Mike has the Hall of Fame credentials and the Super Bowl ring; what's more,he doesn't care at all about big names or individual accolades. His constant message is team and togetherness, and his strategy is about as nuanced as Clark's baseball bat: run the ball on offense, attack on defense and remain alert, disciplined and aggressive until the final whistle.

In his first practice as interim coach, Singletary didn't just tell defenders to sprint to the football—he demanded that they do it. The pace was so fast and furious that some players vomited. But even the sick ones got up and moved on to the next play.

"Greatness is not about someone who has the ability to be great," the 50-year-old Singletary says, fixing the listener with the same piercing stare that once made quarterbacks weak in the knees and now makes the 49ers stiff in the spine. "Greatness shows up whensomeone might not have that ability but finds a way to succeed. They outwork their opponents, they outhit their opponents, theyoutfight their opponents. They want it more. Don't give me the guy who's supposed to be all-world and you've got to try to talk him into something. Give me the guy who has maybe just enough talent to be on the field but thinks he's great, and who's willing to do whatever he can do to contribute, to make his team better. That's what I want. Give me all the misfits, the guys no one else wants. Now trust me, I want some talent too. But give me the right type of talent."

Some of it is in place already. Willis, a 2007 first-round pick out of Mississippi, was named All-Pro in each of his first two seasons and looks set to spearhead the defense for years to come. Fifth-year back Frank Gore has rushed for 1,000 yards in each of the last

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�three seasons, and against Seattle on Sunday he had 207 yards and two touchdowns on just 16 carries, his best rushing day since his Pro Bowl season of 2006. Third-year left tackle Joe Staley is one of the game's promising young linemen. And cornerback Nate Clements is a skilled and savvy veteran. But the pool quickly gets shallower. One preseason fantasy football ranking, for instance, did not even have quarterback Shaun Hill among the top 32 in the league, despite the fact that he's 9--3 as a starter in San Francisco.

The Niners' 2--0 record won't convince everyone that the team has turned around. Skeptics will point out that the Cardinals, who had three receivers surpass 1,000 yards last season, were down to only one healthy wideout (Larry Fitzgerald) when the teams met in the opener. And Seattle, which kicked off on Sunday without six projected starters, lost four more to injury during the game: quarterback Matt Hasselbeck (ribs), linebacker Lofa Tatupu (hamstring), cornerback Josh Wilson (ankle) and right tackle Sean Locklear (ankle).

San Francisco also began the 2007 season 2--0 before losing eight straight games. While the Niners' upcoming schedule is not a murderers' row, it does begin with a trip to Minnesota this weekend to play the undefeated Vikings, who have led the league in run defense in each of the past three seasons and are certain to target Gore.

None of this matters to Singletary. When he put his team through a strenuous minicamp in March, his objective was to persuade theplayers that even when they feel they have nothing left to give, there's more in reserve. And that as they push themselves, they should bring along a teammate, because on Sundays the only support they have on the field is one another.

"If they're not taking us seriously, that's O.K.," Singletary says of other NFL teams. "They can keep doing that. We're going tocontinue to take ourselves seriously. We're going to continue to make steps each day. The most important thing for us is to go out each day and get better. If we can get a little bit better each day, we're going to get done what we need to."

Singletary's mission undoubtedly would be aided by the presence of Michael Crabtree, the record-setting Texas Tech wide receiverwhom the Niners selected 10th in the draft last April. But the two sides have been unable to come to terms on a contract, and Crabtree is said to be prepared to sit out the season and reenter the draft next year.

"I think this young man is really misconstrued," Singletary says of Crabtree, who is seeking a contract comparable to the five-year,$23.5 million deal Oakland gave to the seventh pick, wideout Darrius Heyward-Bey from Maryland. "I had a chance to see his heartwhen we met before the draft and in the first minicamp, when he was trying to run routes and he shouldn't have been because of his [surgically repaired left] foot. He was standing over there about to cry because I wouldn't let him run routes. The guy is a competitor. I would love to have Michael Crabtree, but I want him the right way. If he's meant to be here, he'll be here."

People within the 49ers' organization say that one of Singletary's strengths is his commitment to helping his players succeed beyond the football field. He preaches the importance of character and judges people based on what he sees, not what he has heard.

Davis is a case in point. The No. 6 pick, out of Maryland, in 2006, he quickly developed a reputation as a hothead and me-first player whose performance didn't match his self-image. But Davis has matured so much in the 11 months since Singletary sent him to the showers—no more fights in practice, no more look-at-me first-down signals, no more costly penalties—that earlier this month Singletary named him a team captain.

"Mike Singletary is a very emotional guy," says Davis. "He cares. I had to learn about him, and he had to learn about me. We had to get on the same page. I wanted to win and I wanted to be good, and he wanted to win and he wanted us to be a team. He didn't wantany individuals. He made me realize and accept the simple fact that there are no individuals on a team."

Says Singletary, "In my life, I've always wanted to get a group of men together who have a common thought, common goal. I don'tcare who they are. But if those men can come together, check their egos at the door and honestly care about each other for more than what they do on the field, I think something very special can be created."

Is he his brother's keeper? Yes, he is.

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Singletary stresses the evil of overconfidence By Michael Silver, Yahoo! Sports

Each morning, Mike Singletary sits alone in his office at the San Francisco 49ers’ training facility and prays to start the day.

“I’m excited about the time that I have to meditate on that day,” the first-year coach explains. “These guys are special to me, and I want to make sure the things I say to them are important, that I’m not just talking to them. I pray for direction every day.”

On Thursday, with the Niners preparing for a road game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday that will feature the NFL’s onlyclash of 2-0 teams, Singletary prayed for focus and perspective. Specifically, he wants his players to avoid getting caught up in their early success – victories over a pair of NFC West foes, including the defending conference champion Arizona Cardinals – and to understand how much harder they’ll have to work to earn the franchise’s first playoff trip since 2002.

“Absolutely, we have to stay focused on the goal and continue to work to get better,” Singletary says. “I think about this every minute of the day.”

Now here’s the interesting thing: More than many of his peers, Singletary has a chance to lead by example, because he’s the guygenerating much of the hype. On a team short on big names – stud halfback Frank Gore(notes) is decidedly low-key; Pro Bowl middlelinebacker Patrick Willis(notes) is still young and overshadowed by Ray Lewis(notes) and Brian Urlacher(notes); top draft pick Michael Crabtree(notes) is … well, never mind – it’s the head coach who’s attracting much of the national attention.

This is for three reasons: First, Singletary was a Hall of Fame middle linebacker for one of the greatest defenses of all time. Secondly, he’s one of the hottest coaches in the NFL, having won six of his last seven games, often with his team as the underdog. Lastly, in his first game as the 49ers’ interim coach last October, he dropped trou at halftime, and gave a memorable postgame news conference,making him an instant Internet sensation.

Naturally, there’s a perception that Singletary’s a little crazy, one that gibes with his signature wild-eyed pre-snap pose from his playing days. Yet Singletary is grounded by faith and conviction, and is well aware of the warning signs that can erode team chemistry, focus and unquestioned commitment.

Singletary, who starred for the Chicago Bears from 1981-92, was part of the 1985 team that went 18-1 and held the New England Patriots to negative yardage throughout the first half of an emphatic Super Bowl XX blowout. Yet for all the great players who suited up for coach Mike Ditka during that era, the Bears couldn’t even manage another conference title.

Looking back, Singletary believes his teams underachieved – and that they did so because they fell prey to the same forces he’sguarding against in his current role.

“There were a lot of missed opportunities,” he says. “When I talk to [former Bears defensive coordinator] Buddy Ryan and Coach Ditka, I’ve told them the same thing. There were so many things that were handled the wrong way.

“We were a young football team – very vulnerable, very naïve. The coaches did what they could, but I’m just talking about playersunderstanding that if we stay together, things are going to work out. People aren’t going to forget that you’re a great football player. Maybe this week somebody else gets the credit, and that next week another guys does. But none of that matters – as long as the team succeeds, we all win.

“When you get guys fighting, backbiting, envious of each other and worrying about who gets what accolade, once that happens, as a team, you’re in trouble. That is a cancer to the team, and I realize now that somebody has to step in and stop it.”

Two things: 1) Uh, whoa – I think Singletary just called out some of the greatest players of their era. And 2) Any guesses as to who in the Niners’ universe is likely to be that person who’ll step in and regulate if necessary?

Let’s ask Niners tight end Vernon Davis(notes), who notoriously was sent off the field by Singletary during the coach’s volatile debut game last Oct. 26. Singletary had just been named interim coach to replace the fired Mike Nolan, a week before the Niners’ bye, and Davis did not handle the team’s 34-13 home defeat to the Seattle Seahawks well.

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�At one point in the third quarter Davis incurred a personal foul penalty, then talked back as the new coach tried to admonish him. Singletary ordered Davis, the sixth overall pick of the ’06 draft, to the locker room for the rest of the game.

The perception since then has been that Davis represents everything that is wrong with the modern athlete, and that his old-school coach is suitably appalled. But either the two men are very good liars – in this case, given Singletary’s integrity and penchant for blunt honesty, not a good bet – or they’re the NFL’s most surprising set of BFFs in some time.

“Singletary’s like my best buddy,” Davis said when I interviewed him during the preseason. “He’s on my side, man. He’s really raising my game to the next level. He’s just being a coach, man … just talking to us like men. Sometimes it’s hard to hear, but he can’t help it if this is how he feels.”

As Davis spoke on a bench outside the locker room, Singletary walked by, put his hand on the player’s shoulder and looked me in the eye. “One day soon,” he said emphatically. “The best.”

The coach walked away, and Davis smiled. “I told you – I like him,” he continued. “He’ll critique you on every play; he watcheseverything. He’ll definitely call you out, no matter who you are, and that’s what you need in order for your team to be great. Because of him, I’m catching passes I was never able to catch.”

On Thursday, Singletary said of Davis: “I enjoy his heart. He is a tremendous individual with a great work ethic. He’s willing to do anything you ask him to do. When you see a guy with the heart that he has, and you think about his reputation, it’s one of the most unbelievable things in the NFL.”

In fairness, Singletary’s public tirade is one of the main reasons Davis has that reputation. Then again, the man was just a wee bit amped up for his first game as a head coach. Remember, in an effort to underscore his belief that his players were getting their butts kicked, he pulled down his pants at halftime. “I learned a lot after the first game – a lot,” Singletary says. “Looking back now, it’s kind of like a player’s first game. When he first goes in, it’s really fast, man. For me, that day, it was on. After that, it slowed down quite a bit for me, and it slowed down quite quickly. And I just sit back and take it all in stride.”

As for the unconventional visual aid, Singletary laughs and says, “I didn’t think anything of it. I’m sure a lot of people said, ‘He took his pants down? He’s losing his mind.’ I’m sure people had different visuals in their mind about what that really meant.

“My wife knew I had long underwear on. So, it’s like, what is everybody making a big deal for? She said, ‘You didn’t take thosedown, did you, Mike? I know this – I wouldn’t do it again.”

In his second game, Singletary’s team went on the road to face the Cardinals in a Monday night clash and was in position to pull off the upset until a case of time-mismanagement derailed a potential game-winning drive. That was San Francisco’s sixth consecutivedefeat, but the Niners settled down and won five of their last seven, and San Francisco’s owners removed Singletary’s interim tag.

This year, with a pair of coordinators (Jimmy Raye on offense and Greg Manusky on defense) in place who share his emphasis on simplicity and mental toughness and a holdover quarterback, Shaun Hill(notes), who sacrifices flash for a sound, low-risk approach, Singletary is far more comfortable, and closer to fulfilling his vision.

Not surprisingly, most of his players – and especially the veteran leaders – are down with the program.

“Coach Sing has done a tremendous job of getting this team rallied behind him,” eighth-year center Eric Heitmann(notes) says. “Ithink he understands what we go through as players. He’s by far one of the most inspirational coaches I’ve ever heard speak. When you get to the NFL, you feel like you’ve heard it all. But when Coach Sing speaks, it’s almost like you can hear a pin drop. It’s always very meaningful and very applicable.”

Right now, Singletary’s message is an obvious one: Block out the noise, concentrate only on the Vikings and don’t get full of yourselves.

“Some of the guys have been asking me when I’m going to lose my voice,” the coach said Thursday. “It hasn’t happened – yet.”

Somehow, as Singletary flashes back to his missed opportunities from the ’80s, I get the feeling it’s only a matter of time.

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This nutcracker isn't a ballet By Chris Jones, ESPN The Magazine

Mike Singletary stands alone in the middle of two fields of action, a still life amid the chaos. A wooden cross rests on his chest, sunglasses hide his eyes and he holds his notebook in his hands, always. These are his tools, the instruments of his new profession.

The notebook is a Moleskine, with a black leather cover and rounded corners and a collection of crisp, white, acid-free pages inside. It has the same texture as a football, which gives him something to do with his hands. Vincent van Gogh used a similar notebook; so did Hemingway and Picasso. It's an artist's notebook, not for someone who scribbles. A man who uses a Moleskine tucks in his shirts.

Nearly every day of training camp, held under a blue California sky, Singletary has worn the same outfit: white cap, white windbreaker, red shorts, white socks, black shoes -- all of it looking fresh out of the box. The wooden cross, hanging from a simple black cord, is put on last, so it's the first thing you see when you look at him. He wears his clothes like a uniform, his cross like a medal. He looks precise. Knife-sharp. Ready to work.

There's something disarmingly serene about him, this 50-year-old man with the notebook. Here's a football coach who has commanded his San Francisco 49ers to throw their shoulders as hard as they ever have -- and yet he stands among them nearly still. Watching him now, with his arms folded, his pen in his mouth, he looks like an architect or poet, a man dreaming in the sun.

"I love this notebook," Singletary says later. "I keep a library of them. I write down things that strike me. I'll see a player do something I want him to do, I might write down, Today, he got it. It's like raising kids: You never know when you're going to get a specialmoment. It's easy to forget them. I want to keep track of the moments that make us who we are."

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This is the same man who shattered 16 of his own helmets at Baylor, who went on to become a legend as a Hall of Fame middle linebacker for the Chicago Bears from 1981 to 1992: a brutal player who ranked first or second on his team in tackles for 11 seasons, a player famed for his wild-eyed glare, twitching fingers and preternatural ability to know where the ball was going and how to get there in the half-second before it did. Singletary was a fear-seeking missile, able to talk the opposition onto their heels, shouting threats across the line, then finishing the job with his arms and shoulders. There's terrific film of No. 50, mud-caked, his breath visible in the cold, berating the Green Bay Packers: "Hey, baby, we gonna be here all day. We gonna be here all day, baby! I like this kind of party. I like this kind of party, baby. All right. Bring it, baby!" He follows this chant by wrapping himself around player after player,dragging them down to the ground with a ferocity that makes him seem possessed.

Back then, Singletary wanted to follow his father behind the pulpit after he finished dishing out postconcussion syndrome. Whilemastering Buddy Ryan's complex 46 defense in Chicago, he even found time to become an ordained minister. Then Mike Ditka chomped in his ear: "Michael, why don't you think about becoming a coach?" Singletary said, "Oh, no, I'm not going to do that." But the idea stuck. That's when the transition began, his pilgrim's progress: That was the moment Mike Singletary began to reconcile his faith with his calling.

He believes in his heart, has always believed, that every one of us has a gift given to us by God. His happened to be the ability to smoke men in the jaw, and his discovery of it reads like a superhero's creation myth. He was a sickly child wracked with chronicbronchitis and pneumonia, the "youngest and smallest" of 10 children raised in a tough part of Houston. His father didn't allow him to wear shorts in gym or play football until junior high. But Singletary's bedridden childhood, combined with the loss of two of his brothers -- one killed by a drunken driver, the other by carbon monoxide poisoning -- gave him a powerful combination of motivation and gratitude that made him want to be perfect: No matter the nature of our gift, he decided, our sole purpose is to nurture it. "If you're blessed, and you fail to achieve what you could have achieved, that's not okay," Singletary says. "That doesn't work for me."

In Chicago, his full-time job was to live up to his potential as a deliverer of hurt. Today, his job is to help his players remain accountable for their own blessings. He frequently calls himself a "steward" and a "keeper." But it takes a long time for men built like Singletary to forget how it felt to play. When he began his coaching career six years ago, in charge of linebackers for the Ravens, he showed up for his first day of work carrying his old pads and helmet. Football, for him, was still about hitting and being hit.

With time, though, he found new tools to make an impression. He became a teacher, first as a mentor to future Hall of Famer RayLewis, then in San Francisco as the right hand to former head coach Mike Nolan. Despite the reputation he built as a player, his 49ers

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�now know him as an honest man, a humble man, a disciplined man. "He's not the screamer everyone expects," says left tackle Joe Staley. "He's intense. There's a difference."

There are still flashes of Samurai Mike. Nearly every one of his players has been on the ass end of his tirades. "It's not comfortable, for sure," says quarterback Alex Smith. "He won't tell you what you like to hear, but I respect him for it. We all do." Placekicker Joe Nedney is more succinct: "You don't want to fail in front of Coach Singletary."

Losing still brings out the devil in him. In his first game as a head coach last season, in Week 8, Singletary expressed his displeasure with his team's performance against the Seahawks by famously dropping his pants in the locker room at halftime. In the third quarter he lit into Vernon Davis after the tight end incurred a 15-yard penalty for slapping Seattle's Brian Russell. (Singletary was expecting penance when Davis returned to the bench. Instead, Davis acted as though he had just taken the dog for a walk.) After Seattle finally won the lopsided game, 34-13, Samurai Mike held a press conference, apologizing on behalf of his team and erupting into an oft-replayed rant: "Cannot play with them. Cannot win with them. Cannot coach with them. Can't do it!" Here was the Mike Singletaryeverybody remembered. This is what happened when you took the pads off a crazy-eyed linebacker and called him a coach.

Crazy worked last season, at least in San Francisco: right man, right place, right time. Nolan let the players wear shorts in practice.Singletary did not, and the 49ers won five of their last seven games. For a city that had endured six seasons without making theplayoffs, for a once-great franchise that had become a laughingstock, the arrival of Samurai Mike felt so necessary that everything he said was gospel. Suddenly, the man who believed in being saved was the savior.

"You can write up all the X's and O's you want. That doesn't matter. What makes a good coach is -- whatever you put on the board, guys do it."

"That first game set the tone," says Staley. "He wasn't going to put up with any bulls---. We were all so sick of losing, everybody bought in. It felt like the start of something good."

But his introduction, in some ways, cornered him -- made Mike Singletary seem like someone he's not, or someone he's not always.Most fans remember the Davis incident, but they aren't so quick to recall the warm embrace Singletary gave his tight end the nextgame, against the Cardinals, after Davis caught his season's first touchdown. ("I'm all about Coach Singletary," Davis says now.) And unlike Nolan, who liked to see his players fight, Singletary imposes strict limits on tempers, theirs and his, punishing anything that resembles a scuffle by making the team run gassers.

Still, his fiery reputation persists. The coach's locker room sermons are plastered across the city in giant block letters, printed on T-shirts, played on radio and TV ads. Just down the road from camp, he stares down from a billboard that rises beside the freeway: "I'm Not a Moral Victory Type of Guy," it reads. Planes land at the airport next to another that reads, "I Want Winners." Even when he says something that doesn't make sense -- "Physical With an F" -- it's celebrated as a new kind of genius, a smashmouth wisdom.Cynicism has died in San Francisco. "You've got no choice but to believe," says linebacker Patrick Willis.

The only skeptic left is Mike Singletary. He knows that this year can't be like his first. He knows that he can't remain at the center of things. "I don't really know how that got going," he says of the billboards, "but it can't be about me anymore. The spotlight has to shine on our players. The longer it's on me, the worse we're doing."

And so he's tried to dismantle his stage presence, piece by piece, starting with all signs of Samurai Mike. He has stopped giving extended interviews and refuses photo shoots. Since his motivational mooning made the rounds, he has told players that what goes on in the locker room, however colorful, is not for the press. Even his assistant coaches seem afraid to talk about him, although defensive coordinator Greg Manusky does reveal that his boss's physical practices are similar to the famously brutal sessions of Marty Schottenheimer, the ex-linebacker Manusky coached under with the Chargers.

Samurai Mike's disappearance left a void, though. Into it Singletary inserted the Nutcracker, a daily drill that represents his philosophy about life and football boiled down to its essence. He likes the drill because, after watching it, everybody talks about it rather than about him. At his command, pairs of long red pads are laid out on the grass, parallel to one another; beyond those pads lies damnation. Players line up inside the pads, a hand on the ground, one man pointed north, one south, face masks nearly touching, eyes black. A whistle is blown, and they collide, attempting to break each other off at the waist or push the other into damnation, whichever comes first.

The billboard reads, "This Nutcracker Isn't a Ballet." But that makes light of the most important 15 minutes of the day. The Nutcrackeris Singletary's way of learning the truth about the men in front of him, whether they have any chance of becoming what he was. Lately, when he's questioned about his abilities -- not as a leader or a motivator, but as a strategist, as a coach -- he points to the Nutcracker and the discipline it breeds. "I've coached six years and played 20," he says. "To me, you can write up all the X's and O's you want. You could have a million plays. That doesn't matter. What makes a good coach is -- whatever you put on the board, guys do it. If that's what you're asking me" -- and it is, because nobody gets paid enough to correct Mike Singletary -- "I'm decent." Later,

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�when a reporter at a press conference asks whether the drill might be too hard on his players, Singletary looks over his sunglasses and says, "All I know is, football is a contact sport."

As the words leave his mouth, you can see he regrets them. With every catchphrase, the spotlight swings back on him. Which explains why he's spending more time being still these days, why he delegates the shouting to assistants. He's wearing his sunglasses more,because he knows when people can't see his eyes he's nearly invisible. And on rare occasions when he feels the spirit of Samurai Mike rising in him, he knows he must rein it in, lest he lead the news. He's so torn in two sometimes, you can see him fight to steadyhimself. When a question provokes, Singletary will clench his hands and lower his head, blink a dozen times and let out a long, low breath. That's how he exorcises his demons now that he's without his old outlets, now that, for the first time, he knows how it feels to be the man who gets caught.

There's one more way Singletary is trying to be the shepherd. By force of will, he has trained his mind to range only so far. If he ever did confront life's big questions, lying sick in his boyhood bed, he refuses to any longer. For answers, he turns to the cross around his neck. It's wooden like a box, into which he can put all his doubts and fears. Ask him how he'll react if his team endures another losing season, ask him whether he'll be able to stand it, and he says, "I don't ever think about, What happens if we don't make it? My mind doesn't go that way." Instead, he homes in on atoms, worries about only the smallest details.

"He's very, very particular," says O.J. Atogwe, a safety for the division-rival St. Louis Rams who happens to be dating Jill Singletary, one of Mike's seven kids with his wife, Kim. "He's a big family man. He loves his children, and they have a joyous home. But he runs a tight ship. Beds have to be made. Teeth have to be brushed -- before you eat. His house has a lot of love, but it has a lot of order, too. The little things become everything."

His household philosophy extends to football. (Or maybe his football philosophy extends to his household.) On the field, he was so physical he might have seemed out of control, unthinking, but there was always a calculation behind the frenzy. As a player, Singletary negotiated his contracts without an agent. "Everybody knew about his intensity, his eyes, but he was well-schooled," says Ditka. "He knew what everybody needed to do and where they needed to be."

In that game against the Packers, Singletary interrupted his taunts to warn teammates to watch for the quick pass to the right side.Today, at Niners practice, he breaks his silence for the first time in what seems like hours, putting his notebook in his Windbreaker and crossing the sidelines onto the field. Team drills are unfolding, defense vs. offense, red shirts vs. white. Two huddles form, but the defense is tired, these giant men with their taped ankles, and their huddle is ragged. There's too much space between their shoulders, and they break with a half-hearted clap. "Whoa, whoa, whoa," Singletary says. "Go back and do that again."

He doesn't shout it. He says it. Words, not shoulders. ("He doesn't want his message to get lost in the tone," Atogwe says.) The giant men return obediently to their huddle. They form a more perfect circle, and when they break, it sounds like thunder clapping, bones snapping. They stand a half-inch taller, dig their cleats into the turf a little deeper. Singletary nods. Horns sound. Helmets crack.

"It's simple math," Singletary says. "I don't want to be a nag. Even in my parenting, I wish I could learn to let things go. But if I say this is the way we're going to do it, then we need to make sure we're doing it every day. If we do this and this, then we'll get that. That's how I see life, the game, everything else. Do these few things the right way each day, and the rest becomes inevitable."

So Singletary fixes the huddle and walks off the field and stands alone. He pulls out his notebook -- his Moleskine notebook, the one with a black leather cover and rounded corners and a collection of crisp, white, acid-free pages inside -- and takes his pen out of his mouth. Today they got it. Ten or 20 years from now, when he's someone else again, he'll read that line and remember that today was a beautiful day in San Francisco, and that he spent it watching the men he used to be.

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Singletary set the tone, which was tough and disciplined By Gwen Knapp, San Francisco Chronicle

(09-14) 04:00 PDT Glendale, Ariz. -- Mike Singletary heeded his instincts, not the coaching textbook, late in the third quarter Sunday. He called a timeout, potentially wasting a precious resource that the 49ers would desperately need in the final minutes of the game.

He saw a tired, frustrated defense on the field. He saw the Cardinals gaining first downs that would have eluded them earlier in the day. So in his first game as a full-time head coach, Singletary violated a major rule.

"Sometimes if you save your timeouts until the end of the game, you don't need them," he said. "... I felt like this was the time: Give them a break and let them clear their heads. I told them: Just hold (the Cardinals) to three and keep us in this football game."

Other coaches will do the same thing, typically in a panic. When Singletary gathered the defense around him, TV cameras showed acalm, determined face, without a hint of anxiety. At one point, he pointed backward toward the sideline with his thumb, like a hitchhiker in reverse.

"I really don't remember what I was saying," he said later. "Maybe: 'Let's get out of here.' "

The 49ers' defense, as recommended, held Arizona to a field goal, and the moribund offense suddenly revived itself and scored what would turn out to be the winning touchdown in a 2o-16 season opener.

That timeout wasn't wasted. The 49ers finished the game with one remaining.

"That was great coaching, right there," linebacker Manny Lawson said. "Several guys on defense play special teams, and they weregetting winded from being out there so much. That timeout was exactly what we needed."

Singletary has adamantly stated that he doesn't want to be the most famous person wearing 49ers colors. He would rather have thedistinction go to a player, or several of them, dropping him deep into the fame depth chart.

Sunday's game in the desert became a DNA test, with every fiber linking it directly to Singletary. The 49ers won on defense, effort, discipline and calm stubbornness. They committed only one turnover and four penalties, compared with two and 12 for the Cardinals.

"Our formula is going to have to be work ethic and character," Singletary said. "... We're a team that has to emphasize the little things until we get the confidence to do the big things. Right now, that's where we are."

A cult of personality has enveloped Singletary's coaching tenure since his first passionate news conference as the 49ers' interim leader last fall. But the doubt always remained: Could his intensity really transform the team over time, especially because the roster didn't change all that dramatically from the one that went 7-9 last year?

The opener provided at least one strong hint. The defense hit hard the entire game, mercilessly body-slamming receivers and dashing hopes of extra yardage after a catch. There were very few missed tackles or moments of confusion. The same players, at this time last year, did not reveal such poise, or intent to punish anyone who invaded their space.

To reward and reboot the defense, Singletary came up with the timeout, revealing a soft side, an intuitive connection with his playersthat often escapes notice.

In the end, great coaching is about judgment, about knowing what notes to hit and when. Singletary showed a lot of range Sunday. He turned heated at the end of the first half, pointing repeatedly at officials as he walked toward the locker room, still frustrated over an unexplained penalty for disrupting the Cardinals' signals on a field-goal attempt.

"I was really frustrated in the first half because we just couldn't get some answers," he said. "I don't need them at halftime. I don't need them at halftime. I need them when it happens. That's something we talked about before the game. When something happens, someonewas going to explain it, and it didn't happen that way."

But as a winning coach, he could work only so much frustration after the fact. "It got better in the second half," he said, drawing laughter as he explained: "They sent someone else over on our sideline, and I liked him better."

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In the locker room, Singletary said, he also tried to lower the emotional temperature. "I told them, 'Guys, this is one game,' " he said. "We've been 1-0 before. ... I told them: Enjoy it. They deserved it and earned it. But keep it in proper perspective."

He's right. They have been 1-0. In fact, two years ago, they were 1-0 after a win over Arizona, through which the offense lumbered until the final minutes. But that game didn't have the Singletary DNA attached, the stubborn toughness mixed with just enough empathy to call the right timeout, even at the wrong time.

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Singletary hopes to be author of 49ers success By Dan Brown, San Jose Mercury News

It's easy to trace the origin of the fiery speeches. Mike Singletary's father was a preacher — an imposing 6-foot-2, 260-pound reverend known for his fire-and-brimstone delivery.

The 49ers' brutal training-camp sessions have obvious roots, too. The coach learned those under Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan, who introduced himself to Singletary by making him run sideline to sideline and calling him "a fat little rascal."

Choosing Shaun Hill as his starting quarterback? You could see that coming as early as 2005, when Singletary wrote about the teamhe would someday have: "Next, I will find a quarterback. He won't have to have a great arm "... I want a quarterback who will look me in the eyes when we're losing — whose expression will tell me that he still believes he can win."

Singletary wrote that line years before Hill looked him in the eyes at halftime, refused to be benched and led a comeback victory over St. Louis last December.

Singletary might be a neophyte coach, but he's no mystery.

His life is an open book — three of them, in fact.

Singletary is the co-author of "Calling the Shots" (a 1986 autobiography), "Daddy's Home at Last" (1998 advice for balancing family and career) and "One-on-One" (lessons in Christianity published in 2005).

For his next project, Singletary is making revisions on a 49ers franchise in need of total rewrite. The 49ers open the season Sunday in Arizona in search of their first playoff trip since 2002.

Because Singletary has such a short coaching résumé — 5-4 as an interim last season, no coordinator experience — the best place for a background check is his literary work. All told, it's a 640-page paper trail of his experiences, values and aspirations.

Indeed, many of his actions as a 49ers coach have already been foreshadowed on the page. (Vernon Davis might want to check out the chapter on tough discipline in "Daddy's Home.")

As Singletary embarks on his first full season, here is a look at the hurdles ahead, with help from the coach's own words.

Challenge: The 49ers are coming off six consecutive losing seasons.

By the book: Singletary has been dealing with long odds since the womb. "When my mother was pregnant with me, her doctors recommended aborting me. She already had given birth nine times and had had several miscarriages. "... I was a regular at the hospital. In fact, I clearly remember the time when I had to sleep in an oxygen tent. The doctors told my mom, 'This kid will not have a normal childhood. He will have a difficult time keeping up with others.' "

Challenge: The 49ers have yet to sign first-round pick Michael Crabtree, and the impasse shows no sign of a breakthrough.

By the book: If Singletary has sounded diplomatic about the situation, it's because he was the Crabtree of 1981, albeit with less money involved. Like the Texas Tech receiver, the young linebacker thought he should have gone higher on draft day. "I wanted first-round money, whether I had been drafted in the second or sixth round. To me, that meant three years, $120,000. Well, during summer of1981, I got the Bears' offer: $22,000 for one year. 'It's just a ploy,' a friend told me. But tactic or not, I wouldn't sign."

Challenge: Troubled by the 49ers' work ethic, Singletary ordered a hill built alongside the practice field for conditioning drills.

By the book: Singletary discovered the glory of hill training in his Bears days. He described a boat ramp near Lake Forest, Ill., as "worthy of a World Cup slalom competition. We'd run 20, 30, 40, sometimes 50 of those hills. Always the same routine: sprint up,walk down. Sometimes we'd sprint up backward, working on our pass drops "... Other players would visit, but they'd run 10 or so and leave."

Challenge: Singletary came across as a little unhinged during his famous "I want winners!" rant that became a YouTube sensation.

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By the book: Singletary has been ranting for decades. "I generally don't like nicknames, but in 1983, my third year with the Bears,strong safety Doug Plank hung Samurai on me. He likes Samurai because when I get excited I scream and throw my arms around the way the late John Belushi did on 'Saturday Night Live' a few years ago. And I do scream when I hit someone — loud, karate-like yells."

Challenge: The 49ers' offense lacks explosiveness.

By the book: Singletary envisioned a conservative offense long before getting the 49ers job. "When I'm head coach, I'm going to run it, run it and run it some more — and toss an occasional deep pass for balance. The question will be, can the other team stop our run? "... I want my quarterback to be a disciplined leader. I don't need him to win the game. We'll have 11 people and together we will win the game. The quarterback has to be the kind of guy who won't hurt us."

Challenge: Singletary had a dust-up with Davis last season after the tight end committed a personal-foul penalty and failed to stopwhen Singletary tried to pull him aside as Davis came off the field.

By the book: No wonder Davis' lack of accountability set Singletary off. "Once I accidentally hit an opponent the wrong way and hurt him, but the referee didn't make the call. I knew I had broken a rule, so I told the ref, 'I did it. I didn't do it on purpose but I did it. It was my fault. You should penalize me.' I wanted both the referee and the other player to know that I was honest and I would takeresponsibility for my mistakes. The ref thought I was nuts."

Challenge: The previous two 49ers coaches, Dennis Erickson and Mike Nolan, went a combined 27-60.

By the book: Shortly after meeting his future wife, Kim, at Baylor, Singletary told her, "One day I'm going to be one of the greatest linebackers that ever played this game." Her response? Yeah, right. Now, after a Hall of Fame playing career, Singletary is back at it. "Deep in my being, with everything that's in me, I believe I can be one of the best coaches in the history of the NFL. That's what I want to be. "... I believe it is my destiny."

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Mike Singletary: 49ers' leading figure commands with his own brand of ferocity By John Crumpacker, San Francisco Chronicle

(09-05) 15:54 PDT -- With his dominant presence and his pedigree as a Hall of Fame linebacker for the Chicago Bears, a cult of personality has bloomed around Mike Singletary in his rookie season as an NFL head coach.

So completely has the Singletary persona permeated the 49ers' facility that players and staffers alike refer to him with by the childlike handle "Coach Sing," as if he were a jolly camp counselor at a summer retreat.

The man doesn't sing - he barks and bellows and berates, not to yell for yelling's sake but to coax the best out of each man, each unit and the entire team.

Singletary doesn't necessarily like the attention but he understands that at least for now, he is the face and voice of the 49ers franchise.

The face is seen on billboards accompanied by some pithy aphorism like "I'm not a moral victory kind of guy." The voice is heard in sound bytes and by those who watch practice on a regular basis.

Like Wednesday, for example.

If the devil's in the details, Singletary gave his team a little hell for the lax practice session he saw unfolding around him. He called a halt to the proceedings and laced into his players while urging them to approach their work with the alacrity of those trying toaccomplish something great.

You're not good enough to go through the motions in practice, was Singletary's message.

From the notes he takes religiously in his small black notebook to his work with individual players after practice, Singletary is devoted to the little things that power the big thing.

In Singletary's world, show is much more important than tell. He has his vision for how the 49ers should look and how they should play, and he's unwavering in his approach.

Given his stated goal of having a team tough enough to impose its will on opponents, Singletary opened training camp Aug. 1 with a "nutcracker" drill that pitted similarly-sized players in brief but intense one-on-one battles that had pads a-popping.

He ran the nutcracker two more times in the first week of camp. The price to be paid was injuries that kept linebacker Patrick Willis and guard David Baas out for most of August, as well as lesser dings to linebacker Parys Haralson and running back Michael Robinson.

No tyrant he, Singletary backed off and did not call for another "nutcracker" the remainder of camp.

"If HBO would have come here this year, the ratings would have been off the charts from the first day," said linebacker Takeo Spikes, referring to the cable network's NFL show "Hard Knocks."

"Usually, in the ninth or 10th day of camp, the coach says 'Bring it up, let's go to the movies' and cancels practice," Spikes said. "He did it, he brought us up, but we didn't go to the movies."

On the day that Spikes hoped a movie was in the offing, the players got something else entirely from this demanding former motivational speaker.

"Just a humbling talk," he said. "Just when you think you're doing something right, he brings you back to the grind."

Make no mistake - Training Camp '09 was a grind under Singletary, who had the players practice in full pads twice a day for all but three occasions. That took some adjustment for veteran players used to practicing in shorts and helmets in the afternoon.

"By far this is the hardest camp I've been through," said cornerback Dre' Bly, an 11-year veteran of three other NFL teams. "It will pay off when we start playing (regular season) games. We're going to see rewards from the kind of camp we had."

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�Singletary is both hands-on and voice-over as a coach. He'll holler when the occasion demands and stand back and observe how thesausage is made at other times.

The other day, he pulled second-year defensive end Kentwan Balmer aside and showed him the correct way to move laterally along the line of scrimmage. The coach also demonstrated the way Balmer had been doing it, and it looked like a man hopping up and down on a bed of hot coals.

And always, there's the scribbling in his small Moleskine notebook ... Check that. Knowing Singletary and the rectitude with which he lives his life, the notebook is probably filled with neat block letters that address all those little things that go into making the great hulking beast that is a football team.

"I never knew if I'd have a chance to be in this situation," said Singletary, who is, still, a rookie head coach in the NFL despite his 5-4 interim record last year. "Now, being here, it feels like something I've been doing for a very long time.

"I'm ready to go."

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49ERS PROFILE: Tom Rathman By John Crumpacker, San Francisco Chronicle

(08-20) 20:59 PDT -- Looking like he could still strap 'em on and gain a few hard yards or pick up a blitz, Tom Rathman has made a seamless transition from NFL player to NFL assistant coach.

After two years with the Raiders and three grim years with the Lions, Rathman is back home as the 49ers' running backs coach. It's his second go-round in that role as he coached the running backs for Steve Mariucci from 1997-2002.

"Coach Rathman, he's a tough dude," Frank Gore said admiringly. "He knows what he's talking about. I think he'll make me into oneof the top all-around backs in the league. I like him. I like him a whole lot, even if he asks me to do things I haven't done before."

With the respect that comes from playing fullback in the NFL for nine years, eight of them with the 49ers, Rathman is a hands-oncoach. As the 49ers go through training camp, Rathman speaks in measured tones and demonstrates everything that he wants done, from the correct way to pick up the blitz to running through the hole.

It's no accident that rookie Glen Coffee is having a good camp. His running ability is natural, but his ability to block a blitzinglinebacker isn't. Still, Coffee performed the skill adroitly the other day, with Rathman watching closely.

"I love coach Rathman," Coffee said. "Not only was he a great player, he's a great coach. There's a respect level that makes it easier to go out and play for him. He not only did it (play in the NFL), he did it well. He's a good guy as well, so it helps."

At least one of Rathman's former teammates is not at all surprised he transitioned to coaching so naturally.

"You could see Tom always had the makings of a coach," former 49ers tackle Harris Barton said. "He was a natural, no question. You see a guy that understands the big picture. I'm really surprised Tom isn't a head coach in college."

At least at the moment, Rathman is not on a career path toward anything other than coaching running backs for the 49ers. He likes where he is and what he's doing. He and his family (wife Holly and daughters Nicole, 22, Alexandra, 20, and Samantha, 17) live in the same house in Redwood Shores that Rathman bought as a player in 1987.

He's not going anywhere, at least not by choice.

"I've got 15 years' experience in the organization" as player and coach, Rathman said. "It was great coming in that front door, looking at the Super Bowl trophies. It's like coming home. You put your heart and soul into it."

Even as a player, Rathman was a student of the game and a vital member of San Francisco's back-to-back Super Bowl championshipsin the 1988 and '89 seasons with teammates such as Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, John Taylor, Roger Craig and Ronnie Lott.

"Knowledge is power," he said. "If you're a good, solid football player, knowing what the adjustments are on the field, it allows you to execute. That was one of my strengths - I considered myself a coach on the field."

Rathman and the 49ers got the better of his future boss, Mike Singletary, and the Bears in the NFC Championship game Jan. 8, 1989, as San Francisco left bitterly cold Chicago with a 28-3 win. The paths of the fullback and the linebacker did meet in the game.

"I had opportunities to block him," Rathman said. "We met. I knew who he was. I don't know if he knew me."

Now Rathman is on Singletary's staff, working a gig he hopes will lead to another Vince Lombardi Trophy some day.

"I would love to have an opportunity to win another Super Bowl, to get back to that game and be successful," he said. "I try to coach with passion. It's important to me."

Coach Rathman puts in longer hours at his job than fullback Rathman ever did at his. Rathman's wife, Holly, said her husband used to come home between 6 and 7 p.m. as a player, compared with 10:30-11 p.m. as a coach.

"It's definitely more time-consuming, more time-demanding," she said. "It's completely different as a player. Those days were physically tough on him, but as a family, it was nice to get him home at 6 or 7."

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Although he loves his job, Rathman said he's no NFL lifer in the making. He said he'd like to put in 15 years as an assistant coach, get his pension, and retire to enjoy life sans air horns, blocking sleds and film study.

"I have high hopes that will be the case," Holly Rathman said. "I really want there to be a time in our lives when we get to enjoy being together. That's our plan."

That will have to wait a while. The rookie Coffee needs work on picking up the blitz.

Rathman's harmless little mistake

As astute a player as Tom Rathman was in his time with the 49ers, he was not infallible. One of the fullback's rare fallible moments came on Jan. 22, 1989, in Super Bowl XXIII.

On the play that would win the game for the 49ers 20-16 over the Cincinnati Bengals, Rathman and halfback Roger Craig lined up incorrectly in a split, two-back set behind Joe Montana.

From the Cincinnati 10-yard line with time running out, Montana called "20 halfback curl, X-post." Rathman was supposed to line up on the right, or strong side, where the tight end was. Craig was supposed to be on the left.

Craig was supposed to run a curl pattern while Rathman's assignment was to go out on a swing route to draw coverage away and openup a passing lane for Montana.

Instead, Rathman lined up on the left and Craig the right - not that it made any difference ultimately. Montana threw a 10-yard pass to John Taylor on a short post route for the winning touchdown with 34 seconds left.

"Things happen for a reason," Rathman said. "We lined up in the wrong formation. We ended up switching without even knowing. Roger should have been on the open side. I should have been on the strong side with the tight end. (Instead) I'm on the weak side. I ran my swing route. If you look at it (on film), it pulled that defender out and it opened up a window for Joe Montana to throw to John Taylor."

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49ers' Battle healthy and ready By Janie McCauley (AP), San Francisco Examiner

SANTA CLARA, CALIF. — Arnaz Battle survived when the San Francisco 49ers signed four-time Pro Bowl free agent Isaac Bruce before last season. Battle didn't budge when the team brought in Brandon Jones this offseason.

Battle has been a constant for San Francisco in an ever-changing receiving corps, a model of steadiness both in his play and his hard-nosed, do-anything attitude. Those are the kinds of players Mike Singletary likes to have, though there were questions whether Battle would stick around this time.

The 49ers have their most depth at wideout in the last decade, so Battle's status coming into his seventh training camp wasn't clear.

"Every year I feel like I'm fighting for a job," Battle said after a recent practice. "There's only so much I can control. I will continue to do what I do. I know my role on this team."

Now, things are a little different. He's worked his way up the depth chart. Jones is out until late September with a broken right shoulder and unsigned first-round pick Michael Crabtree is still a no-show, making Battle's veteran presence that much more important to an organization that's endured a franchise-worst six straight losing seasons.

Battle's been getting his share of work lately in camp, too.

He started the team's exhibition opener last week against Denver. The former college quarterback at Notre Dame took shotgun snapsWednesday morning in the Niners' version of the wildcat offense — or "Taser" as new offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye refers to itin his playbook.

"Steady, smart guy that can do a lot of things," Raye said. "He can handle the ball as a runner. He's a good intermediate-route,possession receiver and he's sneaky fast."

Battle is relieved to finally be healthy again. He finished last season on injured reserve with a fracture in his right foot that required surgery. He had two screws removed from the foot in the spring.

The seventh-year pro played just nine games in 2008, catching 24 passes for 318 yards while struggling with injuries. He re-aggravated his foot in a 34-13 home loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Oct. 26 in Week 8 and didn't play again.

In each of the previous two seasons, he started 15 of 16 games. He led the receivers in catches in 2006 and '07.

Battle had to play catch up this spring after the injury. He didn't take part in the team's offseason program or optional practices, so Raye is still learning about what Battle brings.

"We've been very pleased with what he's done," Raye said.

Battle knows his experience will help him get back in a hurry. He said he's smarter now, knows what to expect and how to react in a variety of situations.

"It's tough," he said. "I think it's even tougher when you take so much time off. Now being out on the field it's a lot of thinking. When you haven't played football in a while, it takes a while to get back into the groove. You're going to play a little slower. This training camp, each day I've gotten the feel of playing football and not really thinking as much and more reaction. That has helped me continue to play faster each day."

Battle was the 49ers' second-leading receiver when he got hurt and had played in 42 consecutive games. He also was occasionallyreturning kickoffs and punts while serving as San Francisco's No. 3 receiver in most offensive sets.

The 29-year-old Battle doesn't mind having to earn a spot this camp. He knows that's part of it in the NFL.

Aside from Bruce, Jason Hill, Josh Morgan, Dominique Zeigler and Micheal Spurlock have had their impressive moments in camp.

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�For Battle, a big step is no longer worrying that he'll re-injure his foot while running a route. It still hurts at times, then at other times he doesn't feel it at all.

"For me it's just going out and trying to continue staying healthy, play at a high level and make plays when given the opportunity,"Battle said. "It's not going out there thinking, 'I can re-aggravate this foot.' Everything is healed up, everything is mended together and I'm ready to go out there and play football."

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Bruce watches his mouth - carefully By John Crumpacker, San Francisco Chronicle

The sphinx speaks! Gather 'round.

Isaac Bruce, a man of few words who stands as a role model to men of few words everywhere, took a few minutes out of his Thursdayto talk about his 16th season in the NFL and his third game in two years against his former team, the St. Louis Rams, Sunday atCandlestick Park.

Bruce turns 37 next month but by all appearances has managed to stave off the ravages of time by simply taking care of his body. He's still a whippet-trim 188 pounds, and his average per catch of 14.7 yards this season is not far off his career figure of 14.9 per catch.

Isaac, what's your secret?

"I watch what I allow to come out of my mouth and what I allow to go into my mouth," Bruce said in what amounts to his dual philosophies of life and football. Pressed on the issue of diet, he said he avoids sugar.

In coordinator Jimmy Raye's run-first and pass-as-last-resort offense, Bruce has not had an abundance of chances through three games. However, he does lead all San Francisco wide receivers in catches with 10, although that is not saying much.

No 49ers wideout is among the top 58 receivers in the league. Tight end Vernon Davis is tied for 30th with 14 catches.

"I'm pleased with the progress," Bruce said. "I'm happy. I never was the type to be crying for the football. I'm happy."

Said receivers coach Jerry Sullivan, "Isaac is doing a good job. He really takes care of his body, and he's very professional. You can hardly get a word out of him, me included."

Raye said he has been "pleasantly surprised" at Bruce's ability to stretch the field on occasion. He had a 50-yard catch in the season opener at Arizona and a 28-yarder at Minnesota in which Bruce, after all these years, cut sharply to shake a defender to lengthen what had been a short route.

"I've been happy and pleased and pleasantly surprised, because I didn't really know what to expect, because I hadn't seen that much of him," Raye said. "He's a different player on game day."

"I don't believe I've slowed down to a point where I'm not productive," Bruce said. "I'd definitely retire before that happens. That comes from eating right and taking care of myself before games."

Bruce is working on the second year of a two-year contract with a base salary of $1.475 million. When former offensive coordinator Mike Martz was fired after the 2008 season, Bruce said he contemplated retiring. In the end, he decided to return to play in Raye's offense after looking into the coach's history in the league.

"I wanted to make sure I knew his philosophy, figuring out what (coaching) school he's from, (like) Ernie Zampese, Norv Turner. I found out. I was excited the number system of offense wouldn't change."

An understated aspect of Bruce's game is his ability to throw his 188 pounds at defenders when blocking. On Frank Gore's two longtouchdown runs against Seattle, Bruce was conspicuous in providing down-field blocks.

"I pride myself on that," Bruce said. "I've always considered myself a pretty good blocker. I always considered myself to be a team player. That's the way the wind is blowing with this offense."

Speaking to Rams beat writers Wednesday, Bruce acknowledged his role as a wide receiver in a running offense, even though the 49ers have 83 passing plays to 80 runs after three games.

"We are a team that likes to hand the ball off and get 10 guys involved in the running game," Bruce said. "If that opportunity comes up when we can push the ball down the field, we have players that can make plays."

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�Briefly: ProFootballTalk.com indicated the NFL will choose two heads of security from among the league's other 30 teams to investigate the tampering charge the 49ers filed against the New York Jets regarding Michael Crabtree, San Francisco's No. 1 draftpick. ... Nose tackle Aubrayo Franklin received a "veteran's courtesy" and did not practice Thursday.

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Coffee adopts familiar no-nonsense approach By Matt Maiocco, Santa Rosa Press Democrat

SANTA CLARA — When 49ers coach Mike Singletary went to the NFL scouting combine in February, he kept his eyes peeled for a running back to complement workhorse Frank Gore.

Although the 49ers might have been on the lookout for a player who could provide a contrasting style, they ended up with a Gore-like player. And that certainly is not a bad thing.

Third-round pick Glen Coffee has exhibited a no-nonsense approach since joining the 49ers. It's the same kind of mentality Goreexhibits toward his job.

“I take the game seriously,” Coffee said. “But I keep it in perspective. I know I'm blessed to play the game, and I definitely don't believe in taking things half-heartedly. I think Frank and I have similar approaches, and I try to learn from him. He knows what it takes.”

The 49ers might have added their change-of-pace back after the draft when they signed rookie speedster Kory Sheets of Purdue as a free agent. But Coffee is the player who has clearly asserted himself as Gore's top backup with his decidedly un-rookie-like mind-set.

“He has really been exceptional for a rookie running back,” 49ers offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye said.

“I think he's way ahead of the curve in terms of his pass protection. It's unusual for a college back because they are not asked to protect much from the I-back position. He's a rugged player, he is mentally tough, he plays physical and rugged, and I think he has a bright future.”

Gore is a compact 5-foot-9, 217 pounds, while Coffee is a more angular 6-foot, 209. Both are powerful runners who generally makeone cut and head up the field.

Coffee played the entire first half of the 49ers' exhibition opener last week against the Denver Broncos with Singletary's decision to rest Gore. Coffee responded with 67 yards on 14 rushing attempts. He should also get a lot of action Saturday when the 49ers face the Raiders.

“I think what he has is vision and he has the ability to get fast in the hole,” Raye said. “I don't know that in a footrace that he would run that fast, but he has instincts and (a) second-level spurt that is a little bit unusual, uncanny.”

The 49ers believed it was imperative to add a young running back this season because of a returned emphasis on a power-running attack.

In 2006, Gore rushed for 1,695 yards on 312 rushing attempts — both franchise records. His production fell off the past two seasons, but he still became the only player in franchise history to eclipse 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons.

Coffee was selected to replace veteran DeShaun Foster as the team's primary backup. The 49ers plan to use Coffee regularly to enable Gore to remain fresh. The 49ers had little confidence in Foster last season. He had just 21 rushing attempts over the first 12 games of the season before he was forced into action after an ankle injury limited Gore's play late in the season.

Coffee is expected to enter whenever Gore needs a breather.

Also, the 49ers are confident they will not have to alter their play-calling when Coffee is on the field.

“I'm very excited about what I saw from him,” Singletary said.

“He's really a tough runner. Glen is going to be a great addition to our football team. He really adds a lot to what we're trying to do.”

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49ers' Singletary taps Davis' potential By Dan Brown, San Jose Mercury News

After Vernon Davis set career highs with 96 receiving yards and two touchdowns Sunday, coach Mike Singletary pulled the tight endaside.

"You can do more than that," Singletary told him.

"I know, coach," Davis replied. "I believe you."

Such lofty expectations are hardly new. They greeted Davis on the day he was drafted sixth overall in 2006. But for the first time in his career, Davis' production is matching his hype.

Heading into Sunday's home game against the St. Louis Rams, Davis leads the 49ers in catches (14), receiving yards (168) and receiving touchdowns (two). The only other NFL tight end to top his team in all three categories is Kellen Winslow of Tampa Bay.

And, in one of the more astonishing upsets of the early season, Davis' ego has gone down as his totals have shot up. He barely celebrated his touchdown catches against the Minnesota Vikings, staring at the crowd for a few seconds before trotting back to thesideline.

This from guy who used to celebrate a 6-yard gain as if it were the winning grab in the Super Bowl.

"You don't have time for all that foolishness and all the craziness," Davis said this week. "You gotta go. You've got plays that are waiting for you. Your teammates are waiting for you."

Davis' yardage total through three weeks more than doubles his previous best start. He had 83 yards through Week 3 in 2007. Thisseason, he ranks seventh among NFL tight ends, 8 yards ahead of Atlanta's Tony Gonzalez.

Davis held court for a handful of reporters after practice Wednesday, but they had to wait. After the final horn, as other players slogged toward the locker room, the tight end remained on the field to catch footballs shot out of a Jugs gun. He stood a few feet away from the machine and snared balls, sometimes one-handed, on a mostly empty field.

Davis' post-practice ritual is an attempt to improve his hands. He dropped more than his fair share of passes over his first three seasons. On Sunday, however, both of his touchdown catches came in heavy traffic. For his second score, a 20-yarder in the fourth quarter, Davis jumped between linebacker E.J. Henderson and free safety Madieu Williams to wrest the ball away.

"Like I told Shaun (Hill), anything he throws, I'm going to go get it," Davis said.

About the only thing Davis isn't catching this year is flak. Opponents keep trying to provoke him, to no avail. The taunt he gets most often revolves around whether Singletary is going to send him to the showers (as the coach did in a highly publicized dust-up lastseason).

In response, Davis smiles. "The minute you let them get under your skin," he said, "is the minute you get weak."

Hill has heard the verbal sparring this year and marvels at the restraint. "They're trying to get under his skin. He's just not allowing it at all," he said. "He's walking away from stuff. He's come a long ways."

In the 49ers' conservative, run-oriented offense, Davis has been a top passing target. He has been thrown to on 23 of the 49ers' 83 pass plays, 27.7 percent. A year ago, with Mike Martz as the offensive coordinator, Davis was targeted 9.6 percent of the time.

Davis insisted there is even more to come, which is why he didn't argue Sunday when Singletary pulled him aside for a postgame pep talk.

"Coach Singletary is probably the best thing that ever happened for me," Davis said. "Because no matter what you do, or no matterhow good you do it, he set the bar. "... Especially for me, he set the bar higher for me."

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�Davis' touchdown catch gave the 49ers the lead with 8:12 left, a bit of history that was eclipsed when Brett Favre connected on the game-winner with two seconds left.

Still, it marked the second time this season that Davis perked up when it counted. In the 49ers' opening game against Arizona, Hillconnected with Davis four times on the game-winning, 15-play drive.

Even a year ago, the notion of Davis as a go-to guy would have seemed preposterous. But, after more than three years of flickering, the light bulb might finally be on.

"When you first come in here, you try to find yourself. Not just as a player, but as a person," Davis said. "And when you develop as a person, you fine-tune yourself, and you figure out that, hey, it's not just about you, it's about the team. And that's what I understand."

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49ers notes: Davis has gone from doghouse to captaincy By Matt Maiocco, Santa Rosa Press Democrat

SANTA CLARA — Responding to some taunts from Seattle safety Brian Russell during a midseason game last year, 49ers tight end Vernon Davis gave the veteran a shove to the facemask.

A penalty flag came out for unnecessary roughness, and nothing has ever been the same.

Mike Singletary, in his first game as 49ers coach after taking over for fired Mike Nolan, did not appreciate how Davis responded to the coach's sideline authority.

He banished Davis to the locker room for the remainder of the fourth quarter.

It could have been the end of Davis with the 49ers. But when the 49ers play the Seahawks again on Sunday at Candlestick Park, Davis will be wearing a “C” on his uniform as one of the team's six captains.

Although Russell is now with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Davis figures there will be plenty of Seahawks players ready to pick up the slack.

“I'm sure they're going to try to do something to get me fired up and get me go back to the locker room,” Davis said. “But it ain't happening. I plan on playing with discipline. They will not get to me. There's nothing they can do to get me fired up.”

The 49ers had eight more games last season after the incident in which Singletary sent Davis off the field. Davis said in each of those games he heard taunts from opposing players.

“They'd tell me, ‘Vernon, go to the locker room,'” Davis said. “It didn't get to me. People still say it. I just laugh. I go on about my business.”

Davis said it was implausible to think after that game against the Seahawks last season that he would transform himself into one of Singletary's favorites on the team. But Singletary put a lot of responsibility on Davis with his appointment as a team captain.

“It means I'm a leader and a lot of people are looking at me and seeing how I'm doing,” Davis said. “They expect me to step up, which I will every game.”

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Vernon Davis emerges as leader in 49ers locker room By Dan Brown, San Jose Mercury News

Visit with 49ers helped Warner see the lightIn identifying some of his locker room leaders on offense, Mike Singletary ran through a familiar list Wednesday.

Shaun Hill. Isaac Bruce. Eric Heitmann. Vernon Davis.

Wait a minute. Vernon Davis?

The same player who once inspired an "I want winners!" rant and was banished to the sideline is now in a player to emulate?

"I've noticed more confidence, more leadership, and I think better expectations in terms of who they are and what they can do,"Singletary said, in explaining his selections.

Davis, now in his fourth season, was happy to hear his name on the list. "That definitely means a lot, coming from a Hall of Fame player," he said. "He's always getting on me for everything, but I think Singletary is always right. That's why I trust him.

"I'm just grateful that I have somebody around to push me."

As if to demonstrate his newfound maturity, Davis refused to take the bait when a reporter goaded him with quotes from Arizona Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson.

Earlier in the day, Wilson had been asked about Davis and responded with, "Who?" It was Wilson's way of saying he didn't want totalk about individual matchups, but when the story was relayed to Davis, it was portrayed as a slight.

No matter. Davis took the high road.

"I'm sure Adrian Wilson knows who I am. We've met several times," he said. "I'm just going to go out there and compete. He's a good player."

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Teamwork boosts 49ers' defense By Matt Barrows, Sacramento Bee

SANTA CLARA -- To lunge or not to lunge? That is the question that runs through a defensive lineman's mind as he watches a running back move along the line of scrimmage searching for the right hole to attack.

The answer is not as simple as it seems. Sure, it's tempting a tackle for a loss would be cause for celebration. But in the 49ers' defense, the risk of getting out of position usually outweighs the reward of a big individual play.

"All running backs can make those jump cuts," right defensive end Justin Smith said. "You have your Adrian Petersons and StevenJacksons the list goes on and on. If you jump into the linebacker's gap to stop him and that running back shoots through your gap,that's a 70-yard play. That's huge."

Smith and his defensive mates have been more concerned about collective glory than individual triumphs this season. And they insist it's the reason they enter today's game against Atlanta with the NFL's No. 6-ranked defense.

"These guys don't care who gets the credit," coach Mike Singletary said. "You don't have guys arguing about, 'Now, wait a minute, I got that sack.' You don't hear that.

"These guys are excited, they play together, they get along together, they sit in a room together and talk about the game plan."

In the defensive meeting room, coaches tell their players that the opposition always will dictate who makes a tackle. The trick is remaining disciplined and trusting that your teammates will be where they are supposed to be.

Along the defensive line, the goal is to funnel a running back into a linebacker's waiting arms. That begins with the nose tackle, Aubrayo Franklin, who coaches and players alike say is having the best season of his career.

"He's played very well, and he's considered by me to be one of the better nose tackles in the league," said defensive coordinator Greg Manusky.

Added Smith: "There are few guys on the D-line that understand the D-line inside and out where your help is, where the other 10 guys are going. When you get a guy that not only understands his job but what his job is inside the framework of the defense, he can really exploit and make plays, and that's what Aubrayo is doing."

That the 49ers are in the third year of Manusky's defense also is a big advantage. All defensive players must know where their teammates are going to be. That's more difficult for defensive linemen because everyone else is behind them. Playing in the samesystem has established a familiarity that is beginning to pay off.

"Up front, you have to know what those other guys are doing," Smith said. "It's almost like a quarterback throwing an out route before a guy breaks."

In their last two games, the 49ers have faced two running backs the Vikings' Peterson and the Rams' Jackson who rank in the top five in rushing yards. But they weren't burned by either.

They are giving up 73.8 rushing yards a game, fourth in the league. The defense also has yet to give up a rushing touchdown. Only one other team, the Vikings, can say that this season.

The Falcons would like nothing better than to break that streak today.

They have a running back, Michael Turner, who finished second in the league in rushing yards last season but who has yet to get on track in 2009. Like Peterson and Jackson, Turner has an impressive combination of speed and size he's listed at 256 pounds and the 49ers know that stopping him will be a group effort.

"Our big thing in San Diego was one guy wasn't going to take Michael Turner down," said linebacker Marques Harris, a teammate ofTurner's with the Chargers. "Just like it's been in the past few weeks, it's going to be another test for our defense. We've been facing all these great backs three in a row now."

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49ers' stout defense a team effort By Dan Brown, San Jose Mercury News

This was Oct. 3, 1999, after yet another lopsided Cincinnati Bengals defeat. As the linebacker wept, defensive coordinator DickLeBeau put an arm around his shoulder.

"I want you to understand this," LeBeau told him. "I don't care how great you are as a player. You will never reach your potential until you get other great players around you."

Spikes recounted that scene last week, nearly 10 years to the day of the original speech. It's happening now, he said. The 49ers rank sixth in the NFL in defense thanks to a depth chart that is actually deep.

They're doing it with one full-fledged superstar — linebacker Patrick Willis — and a supporting cast that, as LeBeau might say, is letting him reach his potential.

"We have backup guys on this team that can be damn near Pro Bowlers somewhere else, guys that other teams would love to have," Spikes said.

Entering today's home game against Atlanta the 49ers are allowing only 13.3 points per game — second in the NFL. (Denver is first at 6.5.) A week ago, they registered their first shutout in 119 games.

The 49ers rank fourth against the rush, 10th against the pass and — surprise — are tied for sixth in sacks.

"The No. 1 thing that I see in this defense is unselfishness," coach Mike Singletary said. "These guys don't care who gets the credit. You don't have guys arguing about, 'Now, wait a minute, I got that sack.' You don't hear that.

"So that lets me know right now that we are going to have a great defense. How great? Some guys just have to continue to mature and get there. But it's coming."

By all accounts, the poster boy for players who never actually will appear on a poster is Aubrayo Franklin, the grunt-loving nose tackle. Franklin is listed at 6-foot-1, 317 pounds, which is slightly undersized for his position, but he finds a way to eat up blockers at the point of attack.

As Franklin devours the middle of the line, linebackers swoop in to do the glamour job.

"He keeps showing up," Spikes said. "He might not make the tackle, but he's going to make the play indirectly for somebody else to make the play."

Defensive coordinator Greg Manusky went a step further, saying: "The last four weeks, he has to be considered to be one of the better nose tackles in the league."

Franklin, in his seventh NFL season, said he models his game after former Ravens teammate Kelly Gregg, a 6-foot, 315-pound grinder who worked his way off the practice squad to become a longtime starter.

Doesn't Franklin want at least a little credit?

"I've got two great linebackers playing behind me," he said. "If those guys can run free to make tackles, we're going to win a lot of games."

A key against Atlanta will be stopping Michael Turner, who rushed for 1,699 yards and 17 touchdowns a year ago and whose legs will be fresh coming off a bye week.

But as Adrian Peterson and Steven Jackson would attest, the 49ers are tough to run against. The 49ers are allowing just 73.8 yards per game on the ground. Only Baltimore (59.5), Miami (61.0) and Pittsburgh (61.5) are better.

The 49ers have given up only seven runs of 10 yards or more this season, sixth best in the league. They have allowed only nine firstdowns on the ground all season, second to Miami's eight.

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"One of the reasons we're playing good ball is everybody gets it," Spikes said. "We're not having guys out there with a bunch ofmental errors. Once you have a group of guys who understand what's going on, it makes it easy as a team."

Perhaps most surprisingly, the 49ers are even pressuring quarterbacks. They rank second in the NFC with 11 sacks, and they're coming from everywhere: Willis (2.5), Ray McDonald (two), Franklin (one), Dashon Goldson (one), Parys Haralson (one), Mark Roman (one), Justin Smith (one), Spikes (one) and Manny Lawson (0.5).

After finally settling into their 3-4 defense, the 49ers are blitzing more often — and with more creativity.

"The idea is when you're playing this type of defense, they don't have an idea where you are coming from," Spikes said. "They don't know if it's the inside guys that are coming or the outside guys that are coming."

The 49ers are on pace for 44 sacks, which would be their highest total since registering 51 in 1998. All of it is helping to bail out an offense that has sputtered out of the gate.

"In the past we had a lot of individual guys that had talent to make plays," Goldson, the free safety, said. "But now it's like everybody knows where we have to be and we understand the defense a lot more. It's coming together because we believe."

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Simple defense brings some smashing results By John Crumpacker, San Francisco Chronicle

(10-05) 20:15 PDT -- It's amazing what a return to simplicity has done for the 49ers' defense.

When Mike Singletary became interim head coach midway through the 2008 season, he and defensive coordinator Greg Manusky ditched the alternating defensive fronts and various substitution packages and went with a straight 3-4 approach.

Players flourished under the Keep It Simple, Stupid (not to suggest the players were stupid, of course) dictum and ended the seasonranked 13th in the league in total defense.

After four games this season, the most recent a 35-0 blanking of the Rams, the 49ers are sixth in total defense, fourth against the run and 12th against the pass. San Francisco has allowed 53 points, second-fewest in the NFL after Denver's ridiculous 26. That's aDenver defense under coordinator Mike Nolan, former 49ers head coach.

"This is probably the most fun I've had since my Buffalo days," said linebacker Takeo Spikes, who was with the Bills from 2003 through '06. "There's so much love in this locker room. It's not an environment where you're walking on eggshells. When it's time to work, it's time to work. When it's time to play, go play. As long as you know where the line is between the two, there's no problem."

The only line this defense is crossing is the line of scrimmage to make sacks and tackles for losses. The 49ers have 11 sacks and 23 tackles for losses. Five of those sacks and seven of what are abbreviated TFL came Sunday against the Rams.

"They're working hard at it," Manusky said. "I think the guys are comfortable in the defense. They've been running it the last couple years, playing hard, playing fast, playing physical."

The result was the first shutout by a San Francisco defense since the last game of the 2001 season, a stretch of 115 games.

"There's a bunch of guys that don't want to let each other down," outside linebacker Parys Haralson said. "When you're out there, you play for each other, for your team. Everyone is trying to contribute to help the team win. You can split a tackle 11 ways - everyone wants to be in on it."

Manusky's defense is working at all levels, although a cynic might point to the Nov. 1 game against Peyton Manning and the Colts to get a truer read on the 49ers.

The front five, centered by nose tackle Aubrayo Franklin and including outside 'backers Haralson and Manny Lawson, is holding thepoint against the run. Spikes is having an excellent season at age 32. His running mate Patrick Willis is simply the best linebacker in the game, and getting better.

With the possible exception of Antoine Winfield of the Vikings, there isn't a better tackling cornerback in the NFL than Nate Clements. Strong safety Michael Lewis is coming off his best game of the season, described by Singletary as "great." Free safetyDashon Goldson is blossoming in his first year as a starter.

"Everyone trusts each other to do their job," Haralson said. "Anytime you're out there playing good football, it's always fun. You get that extra boost of energy."

Or, as defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga said, "It's awesome great."

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49ers' Franklin excelling, two plays at a time By Matt Maiocco, Santa Rosa Press Democrat

SAN FRANCISCO — When 49ers nose tackle Aubrayo Franklin is replaced on third downs, it's a sure sign the man is doing something right.

If Franklin succeeds, his reward is to hustle to the sideline after a job well done. Ray McDonald takes Franklin's place along the 49ers' defensive line in passing situations.

It's the anomaly of Franklin's position. If he falters, he remains on the field. If he's doing his job perfectly, he is often replaced after only two snaps.

“You can say that,” said Franklin, who has been doing his dirty-work job with aplomb and was perhaps the 49ers' most vital defensive performer through the first four games of the season.

Franklin will have to be at the top of his game again today when the 49ers face the Atlanta Falcons at Candlestick Park. He will line up across from Falcons center Todd McClure, who has gone more than seven full NFL seasons without missing a start.

After doing a good job controlling the line of scrimmage against two of the league's top running backs, Minnesota's Adrian Peterson and St. Louis' Steven Jackson, the 49ers' run defense faces another test.

Atlanta running back Michael Turner, who gained 1,699 rushing yards with 17 touchdowns a year ago, is today's target.

“The competition is always good,” Franklin said. “We take it as a challenge to try to hold guys under 100 yards. We try to get in those third-and-long situations.

“If we can hold them running and get in third-and-long situations, we have a pretty good chance to get off the field.”

Thanks, in part, to Franklin's play, the 49ers' defense has been successful. In fact, San Francisco ranks second in the league in first-down defense, surrendering just 4.07 yards on that down.

The New York Jets lead the league with a 3.92 average on first downs. It's probably no coincidence that the Jets have 350-pound nose tackle Kris Jenkins in the middle of their line.

Franklin ranks seventh on the 49ers with 19 tackles, including 3½ for loss, according to the coaches' review of game film. He also has one sack, matching a career high he attained two previous times in his seven-year career.

No, Franklin is not exactly a sack artist, and that helps explain why he exits the field on third down. His value to the 49ers is not measured in individual numbers — except for his importance in assisting inside linebackers Patrick Willis and Takeo Spikes as theystack up tackles.

Perhaps the biggest role Franklin has on offense is to hold his ground in the middle of the line and tie up the center, and even an occasional guard — to prevent them from making blocks on the 49ers' linebackers.

“He's playing very well,” 49ers defensive coordinator Greg Manusky said of Franklin. “The last four weeks he's played very well. He's considered, to me, to be one of the better nose tackles in the league.”

Franklin is listed at 317 pounds, which is not considered big for a person who lines up over the center in a 3-4 defense. Franklin's strengths are his use of technique and quickness.

It's no coincidence Franklin's play dramatically improved in the second half of last season after the 49ers focused on using a three-man defensive front on first and second downs.

“I don't think he was a weak link,” Manusky said. “There were certain situations where we were subbing and all that kind of stuff. Now, we're just playing our base stuff and rolling with it. And he's feeling comfortable with it and doing a great job.”

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Nose tackle is one of the NFL's best By John Crumpacker, San Francisco Chronicle

(10-09) 18:42 PDT -- Nose tackles tend to get lost in the chaos of the trenches but their jobs are vital to the success of their defenses. Aubrayo Franklin's job for the 49ers is to hold point and occupy the center, if not one of the guards as well, so inside linebackers Patrick Willis and Takeo Spikes can make the tackles and get all the credit.

But this season, Franklin's stats stand on their own heading into Sunday's game against Atlanta at Candlestick Park. He has ninetackles, 3 1/2 for losses, and one precious sack.

"He is having a great season. Best nose guard in the league," defensive end Justin Smith said.

Asked why Franklin is the best at his position, Smith said firmly, "Because he is. Tape don't lie. When I say he's the best nose guard in the league, he's the best nose guard in the league."

OK, then.

In his six previous years in the NFL, the squat (6-foot-1, 317 pounds) Franklin never had more than one sack for a full season. Having one this early has Franklin enthused.

"I try to get a push when I can to help the guys on the outside," he said. "Nose tackles don't get too many sacks. I count it as a blessing."

Franklin's 3 1/2 tackles for losses indicate he's not only getting a good push off the ball but he's shedding blockers and getting in the backfield to stop plays before they start.

"He's having a heck of a season," defensive coordinator Greg Manusky said. "He's been controlling the center. That's a position that's a focal point in any 3-4 defense. He takes the challenge - not only making tackles but keeping guys off Pat and Takeo."

Franklin, 29, came to the 49ers in 2007 from Baltimore, where he got his NFL start under then-Ravens defensive coordinator MikeNolan, who eventually became his head coach in San Francisco.

"The last couple years he's taken his play to a whole other level," coach Mike Singletary said. "He's asking coaches, 'How do I be great?' When you get a guy that's willing to take the time and sacrifice as much as he has in the off-season, you're going to have a good player. He's doing great."

Franklin had some calf and knee injuries his first two seasons with the 49ers and he was playing heavy at 330 pounds. An off-season working with a trainer in Atlanta trimmed his robust build to 315 pounds and, while he'll never wear a tutu, Franklin is lighter on his feet this season and making plays.

"It's always good when you're feeling healthy," he said. "You can play at a high level. I'm just having fun this year. I got two good linebackers playing behind me. If they can run and make tackles, we're going to win games."

In a 3-1 start to the season, the 49ers are ranked sixth in total defense, fourth against the run and 10th against the pass. Their 13.3 points allowed per game is second in the NFL after Denver's 6.5.

It's important to remember that while Singletary and Manusky are getting the most out of this defense, Nolan was responsible forbringing nine of the current starters and four top reserves to San Francisco.

And Franklin is one of those nine, right in the center of all that traffic. To survive, he said he studies film and tries to play technically sound.

"I'm pretty big on my technique," Franklin said. "I learned that at Baltimore (from 2003-06) when I watched Kelly Gregg. He isn't the biggest guy (either). There's competition every week in the NFL. We take it as a challenge on the defensive line to hold guys to under 100 yards (rushing).

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�"We're out there having fun. If you have one selfish person, the defense is not going to work. Sometimes I joke with Patrick that I'm going to beat him to the tackle."

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Matthew Barrows: It's shades of 2006 for Gore By Matt Barrows, Sacramento Bee

SAN FRANCISCO – Frank Gore dedicated his offseason to recapturing his 2006 form. So when his Week 1 statistics ended up resembling one of 2007's frustrating efforts, Gore became worried, picked up a phone and dialed his offensive coordinator.

It didn't matter that it was 2 a.m. and that Jimmy Raye, 63, was asleep.

"He was feeling bad," Raye said Sunday. "He wanted to know if he was missing some holes. Like most great runners do, he felt badthat he didn't have the kind of opening-day performance I think that he had anticipated, and so he just wanted someone to hug, rub and lie to him."

Raye gave his running back the nurturing he needed. But he didn't lie. In fact, you could argue that Raye actually may have undersold his assurances.

Because 2006 returned with a vengeance for Gore during Sunday's 23-10 win over the Seattle Seahawks, right down to the opponenthe left in his dust. Gore had some nice games early that season, but the biggest came Nov. 19 at home against the Seahawks, when he ran for a career-high 212 yards.

Gore came within five yards of that total Sunday. The biggest difference was that while Gore was caught from behind on his long runs in 2006, he found the end zone this time. Twice.

On the first touchdown, a 79-yard run in the first quarter, Gore used the video screen in the north end zone to make sure he stayed ahead of his pursuers. It was the longest of his career, but it didn't take long to top it. He ran 80 yards on the first play of the second half.

Gore wasn't the only one looking to make amends.

While the defense enjoyed a week's worth of accolades for its performance against Kurt Warner and the Arizona Cardinals' receivers,the offensive line was experiencing Mike Singletary's wrath on the other side of the locker room.

Publicly, Singletary said his linemen got their "tails kicked" in Arizona, and he was more direct behind closed doors. The message:You have one of the best running backs in the league behind you. Just give him an opening.

The two linemen who struggled the most in that game were left guard David Baas and right tackle Adam Snyder. In fact, Snyder platooned with newly signed Tony Pashos at right tackle throughout Sunday's game.

It was Snyder, however, who was on the field for Gore's long runs. On the first, he sealed off the edge while Baas pulled on the play and delivered the block that sprang Gore. That play was a favorite in 2006 when Norv Turner was the offensive coordinator.

"It was the same play in '06 – the counter," Gore said afterward.

That's no coincidence. When Singletary went looking for a new offensive play-caller during the offseason, he also wanted to step back into 2006. He couldn't get Turner, San Diego's head coach, so he found the next-best thing.

Raye hails from the same Don Coryell coaching tree, has coached on the same staffs as Turner and consulted Turner before acceptingthe 49ers' job offer.

The 49ers won five of their last nine in 2006. At the time, the thinking was that if they could just carry that momentum into the following season, they'd be a contender in the NFC West.

That dream has been deferred for two seasons. But after Sunday's victory, Gore and the 49ers finally seem to be back on track.

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Gore loves the grunt work By Matt Maiocco, Santa Rosa Press Democrat

NAPA — Over the past three seasons, 49ers running back Frank Gore has rushed for 3,833 yards and caught a team-high 157 passes.

That’s the easy part of his job, Gore said Tuesday.

“In this league, anybody can run the ball and catch the ball,” Gore said. “Coach (Tom Rathman) really coaches us up. He tells us, ‘I want tough guys.’”

Gore demonstrated his toughness within moments of the opening bell of the 49ers’ first of four practices with the Raiders. In a one-on-one blitz pickup drill, Gore locked up with Raiders fourth-year linebacker Ricky Brown and planted him on his back. Just a few moments later, Gore easily disposed of fifth-player player Kirk Morrison.

Uncharacteristically, Gore kept going at Morrison after the play’s conclusion. He had to be held back, and coach Mike Singletary had some words with his best offensive player.

“I told Frank I’ll put him on the bus if he does that again,” Singletary said. “But he did a nice job.”

Gore was in a feisty mood, all right. And Rathman liked what he saw.

“If you don’t have the willingness and the mean streak, it’s going to be tough to excel at that job as a pass blocker,” Rathman said. “And we’re trying to develop that here.”

Gore’s prowess as a playmaker is well-known, but he also takes a lot of pleasure in performing the duties that do not show up on his stat line.

“Frank is a guy who gets excited about what he’s doing,” Singletary said. “His heart, his emotion and his enthusiasm are what this game is all about.”

Gore’s enthusiasm and knowledge of the game leads 49ers general manager Scot McCloughan to believe Gore could easily become a scout once his playing career is over. McCloughan said he would not think twice about hiring Gore as a talent evaluator.

And Gore said he continues to learn the finer points of the game from Rathman, who played on two Super Bowl champions and sevendivision winners in eight seasons with the 49ers.

“I think I have been a good blocker,” Gore said. “But I didn’t know how easy it can be. It’s all about angles and small things. Coach Rathman has really helped us a lot.”

Gore said he was especially geared up for the beginning of practice Tuesday. He has not missed a day of practice this summer, but Singletary decided to hold him out of the 49ers’ first exhibition game Friday against the Denver Broncos. Gore said he was eager to get his first shot at playing against another team — even if it was just in practice.

“I love what I’m doing,” Gore said.

Gore said the blitz pickup drill is a one-on-one encounter that greatly favors the linebacker. After all, there are few blocking options available to the running backs during practice because of safety concerns.

“It’s tough,” he said. “It’s more of a linebacker drill. You can’t cut. In a game you can mess with their head.”

Still, Gore did plenty of messing with the heads of the Raiders linebackers. Gore checks in at 5-foot-9, 217 pounds, while Brownweighs 235 and Morrison is listed at 240. Yet, Gore had manhandled the larger men. As Gore next lined up to face Raiders rookielinebacker David Nixon, Rathman pulled Gore out of the drill. He had seen enough.

And so had Singletary, who said he was joking about sending Gore home after his enthusiastic blocking display.

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�“I just wanted him to know that I thought he did a great job,” Singletary said. “And I was like, ‘OK, now, I don’t want you out there getting hurt.’”

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Inman: Reunited and it feels so good for 49ers' Gore and Norris By Cam Inman, San Jose Mercury News

RUNNING BACK Frank Gore and fullback Moran Norris comprise the 49ers' most important tandem for this coming season.

Not quarterbacks Shaun Hill and Alex Smith.

Not new wide receiver Michael Crabtree and whoever starts at quarterback.

Not linebackers Patrick Willis and Manny Lawson.

Not coach Mike Singletary and the microphone.

Because Gore's hard-nosed running will embody the 49ers' tougher approach, he personally requested that Norris return from a one-year hiatus and serve as his lead blocker.

"I love it," Gore said of his reunion with Norris, a nine-year veteran who spent last year with the winless Detroit Lions. "We came up together (with the 49ers in 2006-07). We were both on the second team and we both worked our way up to be top dogs.

"I know what he'll do on the field with his blocking. I can just go."

Gore went upstairs to the 49ers brass this winter in hopes of reversing a trend that saw his production and carries drop for a secondstraight year. He went from 1,695 yards and 312 carries in 2006, to 1,102-260 in 2007, to 1,036-240 in 2008.

"I'm ready to get back to being one of the top in the league. I asked the coach and the organization if I could bring Moran back," Gore said. "We have a coordinator (Jimmy Raye) who wants to run the ball. We've got a head coach who talks about being physical and taking it to the other team. I'm with that."

"I'm glad to be back here with Frank and ready to get this rolling," said Norris, a Houston native, as is Singletary.

The Gore-Moran bond reminds running backs coach Tom Rathman of the stellar tandem he once coached here in Garrison Hearst and Fred Beasley, tight buddies who helped key the 49ers' last NFC West title run in 2002.

Gore-Norris showed its potential in 2006. That's when Gore, in his first season as the starter, rushed for a franchise-record 1,695 yards. He then headed for his first Pro Bowl, but not before rewarding Norris by paying his way to Hawaii, too.

Norris didn't fit Mike Martz's 2008 scheme with the 49ers — did anyone? — and was cut loose. He needs to seize this second chance with the 49ers, or Zak Keasey might be starting at fullback.

It wasn't by accident that, on the first play of Friday's 11-on-11 drills at minicamp, Gore and Norris sprung into action. Smith took that first snap — perhaps a good sign for him in the quarterback competition — and handed off to Gore, who followed Norris up the middle.

"I know I can rely on my running back, that he's going to follow me," Norris said. "If he doesn't follow me, he must have seen something different, and I don't question it. We have a trust in each other."

Their bond extends off the field as they train together in the offseason, rotating from Gore's home in Miami to Norris' in Houston. Gore, in what's become an annual ritual, will partake in Norris' youth football camp June 20-21 in Houston.

As Gore and Norris sat on a bench after practice, 49ers general manager Scot McCloughan sauntered by, smiled and said: "Hey, thetwo bangers. I like it."

That's right, the 49ers expect to bang their way back to contention. Gore envisions himself as a 1,400-yard-plus running back.

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�"I want to be the one everyone talks about," Gore said. "... This year, is more of power-ball football. Downhill. Downhill. We're just going at them."

Left tackle Joe Staley is all for that, describing how the 49ers' style will be "power running between the offensive tackles as opposed to outside running all the time."

Staley said Gore's power-running style is not just elite, that his patience and the way he hits holes is "not matched in the NFL." Gore, in a related note, respectfully talked Friday about how he looks up to and watches film of the San Diego Chargers' LaDainian Tomlinson.

Asked who is the lead blocker for Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson, Gore replied: "Those big boys up front."

Well, Gore has big boys of his own, and it will be up to them — and definitely Norris — to open running lanes for this season tosucceed.

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49ers' Haralson deserved his bonus By Gwen Knapp, San Francisco Chronicle

"I forget, think I just saw the check stub," he said. "It was exciting, though."

At that point, Haralson was only three weeks away from signing a four-year contract extension with the 49ers for much bigger money - reportedly $15 million with $6.5 million guaranteed. The team knew it had found something special, a dangerous pass rusher whodidn't enter the league on a red carpet, in a downpour of dollar bills.

Haralson arrived in the fifth round of the 2006 draft, the same one in which Houston passed on Reggie Bush, the Heisman Trophy winner and reputed Barry Sanders clone, to take defensive end Mario Williams with the No. 1 pick. Contract considerations mighthave dictated the Texans' decision, but it also adhered to an NFL commandment: When in doubt while selecting a top draft choice, go with a pass rusher. The most recent draft yielded 11 players who could be characterized as pass rushers among the 32 first-roundpicks.

By the time teams reach the fifth round, the most promising pass rushers should be gone. Haralson was still there, a Tennessee defensive end who would convert to outside linebacker in the pros.

"You could always tell he had a little chip on his shoulder because he went in the fifth round," inside linebacker Takeo Spikes said, half-approvingly.

"He was pretty intense, and he'd get into a lot of fights. But Singletary put a stop to that."

When he became head coach in October, Mike Singletary - with the cooperation of defensive coordinator Greg Manusky - also put astop to the hybrid defense, shifting between a 4-3 and 3-4, that prevailed under Mike Nolan. The defense would become a 3-4, andHaralson would be a full-time starter. He finished with eight sacks in 10 starts, ranking him in a tie for 17th in the NFL.

Among the 16 players ahead of him, there were three other fifth-round picks and the famously undrafted terror in Pittsburgh, JamesHarrison. Everyone else went higher in the draft, and nine were first- or second-round picks.

In Sunday's opener against Arizona, Haralson proved that 2008 hadn't been a fluke and that he hadn't settled into contentment becauseof his raise. He registered one sack and disrupted the Cardinals' offense as much as any 49er did. Justin Smith and Manny Lawson also applied a lot of pressure, but Haralson appeared to be the MVP of the day.

"He's always asking questions about how he can get better, what does he need to do?" Singletary said, explaining Haralson's development. "He's always trying to work his hands. He's always trying to work his eyes, all of the little things that make guys on the outside special."

Asked whether he had leaned on management to move forward on Haralson's contract extension, the coach said everyone already understood his value. "That's probably one of the last guys that I had to say, 'I want this guy,' " Singletary said. "Because everything that we talk about, that's what Parys Haralson is. That's quite conspicuous."

The 49ers wisely have established a pattern of offering contract extensions to young players who prove themselves, rather than allowing them to near the end of their rookie deals and start looking at other options. It's a smart business decision, and addresses the morale problem of underpaying a high performer simply because he was underestimated on draft day.

The NFL bonus pool, on a small scale, tries to achieve the same thing. If a lower-paid player takes more snaps than his salary properly rewards, a formula set by the collective-bargaining agreement adjusts the pay. Earning a relatively modest $445,000 in 2008, Haralson absolutely deserved the bump in pay.

As soon as he moved into another sphere financially, Haralson splurged on a long-held dream. He bought a house for his mother, Jennifer Rosell, in Madison, Miss., just 15 minutes from Flora, where he grew up.

"Coming from where I came, that's the first thing you do if you can," he said. "You take care of the person who took care of you."

The 49ers, when they handed over his contract papers, must have been thinking the same thing.

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Hill returns to where he began By John Crumpacker, San Francisco Chronicle

It's fair to say Shaun Hill does not have a scrapbook overflowing with clippings from his glory years with the Minnesota Vikings.

There weren't any - clippings, that is. There were years, though, four of them, spent as Minnesota's No. 3 quarterback behind startersDaunte Culpepper and Brad Johnson and occasionally Gus Frerotte.

"I learned a lot just sitting back watching," Hill said in confirming that he does, indeed, have memories of those Minnesota years. "I learned an awful lot my four years there. I learned something from all those guys. They were very gracious offering up their help to me."

The sum total of Hill's playing time as a Viking from 2002-2005 was two kneel-downs in a 2005 end-of-season victory over Chicagothat Johnson started.

"I got credit for two rushes for minus 2 yards," Hill recalled.

Then-coach Mike Tice wanted to get Johnson out of the game to applause from the home fans at the Metrodome, so he sent Hill in.

In his naivete, Hill thought the cheers were for him as he trotted onto the field. Silly boy.

"I came running in and the crowd cheered," he said. "I thought it was for me but it was for him."

Hill won't hear any cheers today as he returns to the Metrodome as the 49ers' quarterback with a 9-3 record in games he's started.What he will hear is the cacophony that greets opposing offenses, making it all but impossible for linemen to hear snap counts andsignals being called.

"This is a big game for us," Hill said. "They're expected to be one of the powerhouses of the NFC. We're excited for the opportunity and challenge. It is a challenge when you're on the road, especially at an indoor facility where the crowd gets rowdy."

After his four-year internship in Minnesota, Hill was signed by the 49ers in 2006, another no-play season for this most patient man. Hill played in three games in '07, started two and won two as a harbinger for his 2008 season, when he posted a 5-3 record in thesecond half of the year.

It was that half-season body of work that ultimately convinced coach Mike Singletary to name Hill his starter over Alex Smith. A 2-0 start to 2009 indicates Singletary's confidence in Hill was justified.

Although Hill's passing stats overall are modest, he's been spot-on when it counts - on third down and in the fourth quarter. Hill is third in the league in third-down passing efficiency with a rating of 123.4, behind Eli Manning and Drew Brees but ahead of everyone else, including Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Tom Brady, Philip Rivers and Kurt Warner. Hill is also 10th in fourth-quarter passing.

Hill even has a head-to-head victory over the man he will oppose Sunday, Favre. In a Dec. 7, 2008, game against the New York Jets,Hill hit on 28 of 39 passes for 285 yards and two touchdowns as the 49ers prevailed 24-14.

"It is amazing," Hill said of the soon-to-be 40-year-old Favre. "He is still playing, and at a high level. It's a total team sport. It's never me against Brett Favre, that's for sure."

It is one for the scrapbook, however. There is certainly room for it.

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'Hank' Hill? Vikings recall him for his brain By Matt Barrows, Sacramento Bee

SANTA CLARA Flying back to Minnesota after road games in 2005, Vikings quarterbacks Shaun Hill and Brad Johnson always found two seats together and talked X's and O's until the plane was parked at the gate.

What was telling was that Johnson, a 13-year veteran at the time, would listen closely to what Hill would have to say. And Hill had never even taken a regular-season snap.

"I just thought that he had a feel for the game," Johnson said. "He would tell me what was the best play for me - in the red zone, on third and long. He knew football, and he loved it. He could see the big picture of what was going on."

Indeed, Hill's brain is the first thing former teammates and coaches cite when asked how the lightly regarded quarterback from Maryland stuck around for four seasons with the Vikings.

In 2002, Hill was perceived to be one of those quarterbacks who excel at the college level by pluck and force of will but who don't have the arm or athleticism to make it in the NFL.

He did have one thing going for him, however a connection.

Minnesota's coach at the time, Mike Tice, was a Maryland alumnus who watched Hill lead a middling Terrapins team to the Orange Bowl the year before. Tice and the Vikings outbid the Giants and Dolphins their offensive coordinator at the time, Norv Turner, also was fond of Hill and Hill joined them as an undrafted free agent.

"I thought he had a chance to be a No. 2, and I knew he'd be an excellent No. 3," said Tice, who is now the tight ends coach with Jacksonville.

At the time, Hill actually was the No. 5 quarterback behind Daunte Culpepper, Todd Bouman, Spurgeon Wynn and Romaro Miller. But Hill clung to a roster spot by making the most of his opportunities, even if they did all come in the fourth quarter of exhibition games.

"The biggest thing that pops out about Shaun is that he's very bright," Tice said. "He understands football. He understands where to go with the football, and he makes quick decisions. The second thing is that he's a better athlete than people think he is."

Tice said he'd often have Hill line up at tight end in practice and quickly discovered no one could cover him.

Recalled Hill: "My rookie year, I could never get a repetition in practice. I had to get on the field any way I could as a tight end, receiver, whatever."

The Vikings' roster that year included Culpepper, Randy Moss and Michael Bennett. Hill was so anonymous no one knew his real name. Bennett called him "Hank" after he arrived, and it stuck so well that over the next four seasons, it ceased to become a nickname. People on the team thought his name was Hank.

Why Hank?

"You know what, I don't know," Johnson said. "I guess he just looks like a Hank."

Following the 2005 season, when Hill knew he would be moving on, he wondered if his teammates knew his given name was actually Shaun. So he approached receiver Travis Taylor one day and asked if he knew his name.

Taylor looked at him earnestly and said, "Hank, right?"

Now Hank, er, Hill returns to the spot where his NFL career began, this time as a No. 1 quarterback who has won nine of the 12 contests he's started. There are new faces in Minnesota now, but the old ones are watching him closely.

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�"I've always said it's harder to get a chance to start than it is to be successful when you are the starter," Johnson said. "He's a guy that's just never been given much credit. This guy, he just finds a way to win."

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This Hill stands tall By Matt Maiocco, Santa Rosa Press Democrat

MINNEAPOLIS — Shaun Hill does not mind blending into the background.

In fact, he is accustomed to it.

The first time he ran onto the field to participate in an NFL game, he was hardly noticed. Hill was in his fourth year with theMinnesota Vikings at the end of the 2005 season when he made his debut.

“It was the last game of the year. We played Chicago at home,” Hill recalls. “Brad Johnson finished out the year really strong for us. He went out of the huddle. I came running in so the crowd could give him a cheer, although I thought it was for me.

“I then took two knees.”

The Vikings showed no interest in re-signing Hill following the season. He was not exactly a hot commodity around the league, either.

But the 49ers called, and Hill eventually won a roster spot in 2006 as the No. 3 quarterback over Jesse Palmer.

Hill was in danger of becoming football’s version of Moonlight Graham until he was forced into the starting lineup at the end of the 2007 season. And he’s been winning games at a 75-percent clip ever since.

He takes his 9-3 record as a starter back to the Metrodome today in the only NFL game of the weekend featuring 2-0 teams. The 49ers face a stiff challenge in their bid to start a season with three consecutive victories for the first time since 1998.

And when asked what he believes he has to do to enable the 49ers to return with a victory, Hill answers, “Whatever it takes.”

He is considered the classic game manager. The 49ers want to run the football and play good defense. Therefore, Hill’s main responsibility is to avoid turnovers and other crippling mistakes.

Hill, who won the 49ers’ starting job in training camp over Alex Smith, has thrown for just 353 yards with one touchdown and nointerceptions in victories over the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks to open the season. He has mostly been a bit player in the 49ers’ success.

Coach Mike Singletary was asked if Hill is capable of putting a team on his back and carrying it to a victory. His answer did not sound overly enthusiastic.

“Hopefully, we never have to ask him to do that,” Singletary said. “Hopefully we don’t have to have a quarterback here in a position to just take us and put us on his back and take us down the field.”

But Hill has shown himself to be fully capable of doing what’s necessary to pull out victories, too.

Even his fourth-quarter comebacks are understated. Three of the 49ers’ past four victories have included late Hill-produced drives that provided the winning points.

Dec. 21, 2008: Down 13 points in the fourth quarter, Hill talks Singletary out of a benching and then delivers a 48-yard touchdown pass to Josh Morgan with 1:22 remaining for a 17-16 victory at St. Louis.

Dec. 28, 2008: He drives the 49ers 51 yards in the final minute of the game, allowing Joe Nedney to kick a field goal with no time remaining for a 27-24 victory over Washington in the season finale.

Sept. 13, 2009: Hill engineers a 15-play, 80-yard drive in the fourth quarter, culminated with his 1-yard scoring pass to Frank Gore, as the 49ers open the season with a 20-16 victory over the Cardinals.

“I believe that what he’s doing right now has been good enough the first two games,” Singletary said. “Going forward, to start with,we’re going to run the ball. We’re going to have to run the ball, and as we run the ball and Shaun Hill makes some plays here andthere, and as he gets more comfortable, he can open it up a bit.”

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Hill does not have a big ego. After all, he did not even attempt a pass in his teams’ first 92 NFL games, so he’s not complaining that the 49ers’ offense is focused on running back Frank Gore.

“We’ve been able to run the ball and that’s a good thing,” Hill said.

And he also does not have any concerns that the 49ers will be able to flip the switch and starting throwing the ball around the field if that’s what it takes to win a game.

“We practice all that stuff all the time,” he said.

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Knapp: Hill a game manager - he manages to win By Gwen Knapp, San Francisco Chronicle

(09-21) 20:36 PDT -- For Brett Favre, the term "game manager" means a rebirth. In Minnesota, the three- time NFL MVP has transformed himself into a handoff specialist and short-yardage passer. He currently sits at the bottom of the league's stats in the category for completions of 20 yards or more. He has thrown only one, and it traveled 21 yards.

One other quarterback, the man who will oppose Favre on Sunday, shares the last spot on that list. But for Shaun Hill, the designation "game manager" carries none of the respect that it confers on Favre. It makes the 49ers' quarterback sound like a drone, a guy who has to clip on a name tag when he comes to work.

"I think it's kind of insulting to him because it makes him sound like all he has to do is go out there and not lose the game for us," tackle Joe Staley said. "But Shaun's a playmaker. He wins games for us."

There's no denying that, and yet people deny it. Hill's 9-3 record as an NFL starter comes with an asterisk. Somehow, his record has been deemed illegitimate, because nobody will ever gasp in awe when Hill throws a ball. It doesn't matter that he takes the breath away from defensive coordinators, whose schemes can't prevent the guy with the name tag from racking up another NFL win.

Where's the love? How can 9-3 not buy Hill more respect? Drew Brees is currently the quarterback equivalent of Tiger Woods at the 2000 U.S. Open, so far ahead of the field that his competitors can only laugh. Yet he is 7-5 over his past 12 games. Donovan McNabb is 8-3-1 in his past 12 regular-season starts. Philip Rivers is 6-6.

They all had continuity at their positions and decent teams around them. Hill's record has been built from a pile of rubble, in sporadic appearances over three seasons, with three different offensive coordinators drawing up plays. Still, no one really sees him as an asset. He's simply considered, as Staley observed, not a liability.

"Hopefully, we don't have to have a quarterback here in position to just take us and put us on his back and take us down the field,"Mike Singletary said when asked if Hill could carry the 49ers on his own, without a spectacular running game. "I believe that what he's doing right now has been good enough the first two games. ... As we run the ball and Shaun Hill makes some plays here and there and as he gets more comfortable, he can open it up a bit. That's what's going to have to start happening. I believe he will do that."

Hill already has done that. The 49ers won in Arizona because of Hill's arm. He did take the team downfield and win without support from the running game. He completed a 50-yard pass, connecting with Isaac Bruce. Hill led a comeback against St. Louis last year.

Singletary knows that very well - and he benefits every time an opponent discounts Hill, assuming that he is Frank Gore's valet. The real question should not be whether Hill can carry a team on his own, but whether he can do it when everyone in the stadium expects greatness from him.

Opponents see limits That question probably won't be answered for a long, long time. On video, opponents will see his limitations and fear nothing. Even Staley, perhaps Hill's most vocal supporter on the team, can't break down what exactly makes the quarterback a winner.

"I don't know," he said, laughing. He can explain certain skills - like finding secondary receivers - but he can't account for that 9-3 record, for what makes Hill more than a game manager. But Staley isn't a personnel director. He's a football player, in the huddle every week with Hill. ("I talk the most; he's second," Staley said.) He simply believes in the quarterback.

It helps that Hill lacks vanity. He likes to tell the media when he took a sack because he held the ball too long, instead of letting the offensive line get the blame. He has been sacked eight times, ranking him third in the NFL behind Aaron Rodgers and Brady Quinn.Hill also hasn't thrown an interception in the first two games, a stat that reinforces the game-manager label.

"I don't really know what it means," Hill said, politely ducking the question of whether the description fit him.

Well, right now, it means he has a lot in common with a three-time MVP. But with a 9-3 record, Hill deserves to be known as morethan a game manager. At the very least, he's a game executive.

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Same old story for 49ers QB Hill: He isn't much to look at By Matt Barrows, Sacramento Bee

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – If Shaun Hill, the starting quarterback whom nobody seems to think is starting caliber, ever needs validation, he always can crack open the book given to him following his senior season at the University of Maryland.

The thick, leather-bound book contains all of his newspaper clippings from his time with the Terrapins. It's designed for nostalgia, a warm and fuzzy time capsule that takes former players back to when they were big men on campus.

For Hill, however, the book is instead a cold reminder that no one at Maryland, at least initially, thought much of him, either. He was brought in from tiny Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College because Maryland needed another passer for spring practices. His rightarm didn't impress anybody, and his physique – well, let's just say the Terps were eyeing other prospects who promised to be moreathletic.

The book also summons memories of the constant bashing Hill and his fellow seniors took from incoming coach Ralph Friedgen, whoarrived in 2001 to resurrect what had become a middling program.

"Every day, we were told we were nothing," said Guilian Gary, one of Hill's receivers at Maryland who now coaches receivers at Towson University outside of Baltimore. "Every day, we were told we were picked to finish seventh in the conference for a reason.

"Really, we don't have a lot of fond football memories. My book (of clippings) has a thick coat of dust on it."

That spring, Hill easily held off the younger quarterback contenders who had trouble figuring out Friedgen's pro-style offense. And the Terrapins didn't finish seventh in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Hill led them to a 10-2 record, an ACC title and a trip to the Orange Bowl.

That's where the validation comes in.

"It's kind of funny that the things that weren't going to allow me to be a good college quarterback are the same things that aresupposed to keep me from being a good NFL quarterback," Hill said.

With that in mind, he enters training camp this week again trying to convince doubters he belongs.

Many observers predict Hill, who more than any 49er was responsible for last season's late surge, will lose the starting job to Alex Smith. The former No. 1 draft pick has battled back from two shoulder surgeries and, like Hill's past competitors, is the more physically gifted candidate.

Others don't see either as the answer. Since the season ended, several big-name quarterbacks – from Jay Cutler to Brady Quinn toMichael Vick – have been linked to the 49ers because of the perception that they don't have a true starter.

Hill is 7-3 over two seasons and has yet to lose a game at Candlestick Park. Why the Rodney Dangerfield treatment? One obstacle,beginning with the time he stepped onto the Maryland campus, is that Hill fails the eyeball test. He was a track star at Parsons High School in Kansas, once running the 100-meter dash in 10.88 seconds and qualifying for the state meet. But he certainly lacks a sprinter's build.

In fact, when Hill first came to Maryland, the players didn't know what to make of him.

"We came out for practice one day, and it was like, 'Oh, we've got a new tight end,' " Gary recalled. "Then he started throwing and it was, 'Wow, for a tight end, you sure can throw.' " Said the self-effacing Hill, "What tends to happen is that people who see me say: 'Look at this guy. He doesn't look like he can run.' I guess I don't look that athletic."

There's also the matter of his right arm. Anyone who has attended a 49ers practice in recent years can attest that Hill's passes aren't always pretty, and long attempts in particular sometimes look as if they've been clipped by a shotgun blast. Hill's lack of zip is what most troubles the 49ers' decision makers, worrying them that their offensive possibilities are curtailed with Hill under center.

James Franklin, the Terrapins' offensive coordinator, admits that also was a concern when Hill came to Maryland.

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�"Every year, you want to go out and recruit the sexiest guy, and we get consumed by how tall he is or how strong his arm is. It'sintoxicating," Franklin said.

But Franklin said the Maryland coaches realized Hill had other attributes – anticipation, accuracy and a quick release – that ensured his passes arrived at their destination as quickly as those from the strongest-armed quarterbacks.

Still, it took a while for Friedgen to be convinced. In the spring of 2001, Hill battled three quarterbacks: Calvin McCall and two hot-shot underclassmen who promised to be the future of the program.

"I remember he called me into his office in the middle of the spring and said, 'Look, we're not going to be very good.' " Hill said. " 'If you're not head and shoulders above everyone else, I'm going to play one of the younger guys.' "

Hill was more than head and shoulders above the rest, and the lack of respect from the head coach probably fueled him.

Indeed, Hill has an odd relationship with the slights he suffered then and continues to battle today. While he bristles at the notion he's not good enough, he benefits from it as well.

After all, if a defensive back looks at him and thinks there's no way this sluggish-looking 220-pounder can get around the outside on a quarterback keeper, it makes it all the easier to pick up a first down.

"That definitely works to my advantage," Hill said. "I like being underestimated."

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McDonald has knack for blocking kicks By Tom FitzGerald, San Francisco Chronicle

(09-29) 17:36 PDT -- His father and grandfather used to get the ball in their college days, but defensive end Ray McDonald's moments of glory involve sacks and the occasional blocked field goal. The block, especially, is his equivalent of scoring a touchdown.

."It feels great, and it helps the morale of the team," McDonald said. When the 49ers return it for a touchdown, "it's a 10-point swing, and that's the best part about it."

It happened last year when McDonald blocked a 54-yard field-goal try by the Eagles' David Akers, and Donald Strickland returned it 41 yards for a touchdown on the last play of the first half.

It happened again Sunday when McD