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2020 Schedule
1st in NFC West
Should Travis Kelce or George Kittle be the NFL's top TE? (1:17)
4h
'Oh please,' Stephen A. shrugs off Jimmy G. elite talk (1:50)
5d
Stephen A. is not having any disrespect for Rodgers (2:20)
8d

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers have signed both first-round picks — DT Javon Kinlaw and WR Brandon Aiyuk — to their four-year rookie contracts. The Niners now have four of five members of their draft class signed. Tight end Charlie Woerner is the only one unsigned.

Harry Edwards: Goodell should hire Kaepernick as an assistant (1:33)
10d
SC Featured: George Kittle and his father share a special bond through letters (4:22)
16d
Which teams would fit Colin Kaepernick best? (1:25)
13d
Eagles WR Marquise Goodwin opens up about his journey to fatherhood (3:58)
18d
6d

ESPN Daily: Marquise And Morgan Goodwin's Journey Through Loss, Hope, And Parenthood

On the field, NFL wide receiver Marquise Goodwin is known for his game-breaking speed. The new Philadelphia Eagle is not only one of the fastest players in the NFL, but also a former Olympian in the long jump. What's less known, is that Marquise and his wife Morgan work as advocates for parents who have suffered the loss of an infant. It's work that is rooted in the Goodwins' own personal journey, one which they've shared with rare openness. Dave Fleming joins the show to reflect on the Goodwins' story, which is also featured on this Sunday'e episode of E:60, and explains how it ultimately became a story of hope.

49ers' Deebo Samuel out with foot fracture (1:10)
18d
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19dNick Wagoner

49ers' Samuel undergoes surgery on broken foot

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel suffered a broken foot in a throwing session with teammates this week and underwent surgery on Thursday.

Should Garoppolo be worried 49ers showed interest in Brady? (1:26)
19d
Marquise Goodwin's journey to parenthood trailer (0:15)
21d
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22dAdam Schefter

Sources: 49ers give Shanahan new 6-year deal

The 49ers on Monday announced that they have signed Kyle Shanahan to a multiyear contract extension. A league source told ESPN that the new deal is for six years and makes Shanahan one of the NFL's five highest-paid head coaches.

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22d

Goodell: I 'encourage' a team to sign Kaepernick

In a conversation with Mike Greenberg for ESPN's The Return of Sports special, Goodell said it would be up to a team to sign Kaepernick and said he welcomes Kaepernick's voice in discussions of social issues.

49ers rewarding Kyle Shanahan with a new contract (1:19)
22d

Team Stats

Passing Yards237.013th
Rushing Yards144.12nd
Points For29.92nd
Points Against19.425th

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