mophie Releasing Limited Edition Powerstations To Niners Fans


Stevie Johnson, the newest wide receiver to join the San Francisco 49ers, has teamed up with mophie, the #1 selling mobile battery case company. Stevie is giving all of his fellow players a gift to ensure they stay charged during their time off the field this season.

Each of Stevie’s buddies league-wide will receive a mophie juice pack and powerstation to ensure their mobile devices stay charged so they can stay in touch, listen to music and interact with fans when they’re not at work on the Gridiron.

For his 49ers teammates, Stevie and mophie created custom San Francisco mophie powerstations. Individuals will be able to purchase one of two limited edition products from one of two posts on, starting today at 9:00am PST, and extending for 49 hours until 10:00am on the 18th. To purchase, you simply need to comment on the post with the product you’d like with “#49hours”. Afterward, you’ll receive a direct message with a link to the billing page on

Pretty sweet, right? In case you’re not familiar with mophie, here are some product details:

mophie powerstation

  • The mophie powerstation offers reliable power, capable of quickly charging virtually any USB device in the world. It is able to charge the typical smartphone up to two more times.

mophie juice pack

  • The mophie juice pack offers full case protection and up to 100% extra battery to keep your smartphone connected and equipped

So what are you waiting for? Head on over to Facebook and order one of these mophie’s now, before it’s too late!

49ers Open Levi’s Stadium Against Banged Up Bears

The San Francisco 49ers 2014 regular season began under a cloud of negativity.  Various off field problems weighed heavily on the organizations shoulders.  Injuries had claimed various key players. The new look offense had sputtered in the preseason and critics and fans seemed to worry about this as if exhibition games weren’t completely meaningless. Luckily for the 49ers, their initial contest happened to come against an old foe who was now a mere shell of its former self.  In Dallas, the 49ers would get an up close look at genuine dysfunction. About the time Tony Romo was completing another pass to a wide open San Francisco defender, the 49ers next opponent, the Chicago Bears, were 800 miles north dropping their season opener at home to a lightly regarded Buffalo Bills team. Suddenly, the 49ers situation didn’t seem so dire.
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Video: CBS Week One 49ers vs Cowboys Preview

Pete Prisco and Pat Kirwan preview the NFL Week 1 matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys.

San Francisco at Dallas NFL Week One Capsule



STREAKS   Past 3; 4 of past 5
COACHES VS. OPP. Harbaugh: 0-1 Garrett: 1-0
LAST GAME 9/18/11: Cowboys 27 at 49ers 24 (OT). Dallas WR Miles Austin has 9 catches for 143 yards & 3 TDs. Cowboys QB Tony Romo throws for 345 yards & 2 TDs.
LAST GAME AT SITE 11/23/08: Cowboys 35, 49ers 22. Romo completes 23 of 39 passes for 341 yards & 3 TDs. Cowboys WR Terrell Owens records 7 catches for 213 yards, including 75-yard TD.
BROADCAST FOX (3:25 PM CT): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 139 (SF), 85 (Dal.). XM: 85 (Dal.).

2013 STATS

PASSING Kaepernick: 243-416-3,197-21-8-91.6 Romo: 342-535-3,828-31 (2C)-10-96.7
RUSHING Gore: 276-1,128-4.1-9 Murray: 217-1,121-5.2-9
RECEIVING Boldin: 85-1,179-13.9-7 Bryant: 93 (3C)-1,233-13.3-13 (T3L)
OFFENSE 323.8 341.1
TAKE/GIVE +12 (T2C) +8
DEFENSE 316.9 415.3
SACKS Brooks: 8.5 Selvie: 7
INTs Brock: 5 Carr: 3
PUNTING Lee: 48.2 (1C) C. Jones: 45.0
KICKING Dawson: 140 (3C) (44/44 PAT; 32/36 FG) Bailey: 131 (47/47 PAT; 28/30 FG)


49ERS: JIM HARBAUGH is 1st head coach since 1970 merger to lead team to Conference Championship Game in each of 1st 3 seasons…QB COLIN KAEPERNICK (3,197 pass, 524 rush) joined HOFer STEVE YOUNG (1992) as only 49ers QBs with 3,000+ pass & 500+ rush yards in season. Incl. playoffs, when Kaepernick starts & has 100+ rating, 49ers are 13-0…Pro Bowl RB FRANK GORE rushed for 1,128 yards last year, his franchise-record 7th 1,000-yard season…Pro Bowl TE VERNON DAVIS had 13 rec. TDs last season & added 2 in postseason. Since 2009 (incl. playoffs), leads NFL TEs with 51 TDs. Has 15 TDs in past 18 (incl. playoffs). WR ANQUAN BOLDIN had 1,179 yards in 2013, his 6th 1,000-yard season. Pro Bowl LB PATRICK WILLIS was 2nd on team last year with 104 tackles, his 6th season with 100+ tackles. Since entering NFL in 2007, is only player with 20+ sacks (20.5), 15+ FF (16) & 7+ INTs (7). Pro Bowl LB AHMAD BROOKS had career-best 8.5 sacks last year. Pro Bowl S ERIC REID was only NFC player in 2013 with 4 INTs & 2 FR. CB TRAMAINE BROCK led team with 5 INTs & 13 PD last season, both career highs…COWBOYS: QB TONY ROMO is 63-45 (.583) as starter. Has only 4 4,000-yard seasons in team history & only 3 30-TD seasons. Is 2-0 in career vs. SF, completing 43 of 72 (59.7 pct.) for 686 yards with 5 TDs vs. 0 INTs for 114.7 rating…Pro Bowl RB DE MARCO MURRAY had career-best 1,121 rush yards & 10 total TDs (9 rush, 1 rec.) last year…Pro Bowl WR DEZ BRYANT had 93 catches for 1,233 yards & 13 TDs in 2013. Only Cowboy with 90+ catches, 1,000+ yards & 10+ TDs in consecutive seasons. Has TD in 5 consecutive games. Has 23 rec. TDs in past 24. Since 2011, has 34 rec. TDs, most by NFL WR. Since 2007, Pro Bowl TE JASON WITTEN has 627 catches, most by TE. Is 2nd all-time in receptions (879) by NFL TE. Had 7 catches for 102 yards in last meeting. WR TERRANCE WILLIAMS had 44 catches for 736 yards & 5 TDs as rookie last year, incl. 4 games in row with TD…S BARRY CHURCH led club with 133 tackles last year. DE GEORGE SELVIE had career-best 7 sacks in 2013. CB BRANDON CARR has 10+ PD in each of past 5 seasons, incl. 12 PD last year.

Video: Niners Stop Any Talks Of A Deal With Harbaugh

Jim Harbaugh

The 49ers have decided to wait until next year to offer head coach Jim Harbaugh a new contract. Doug Gottlieb and Tony Luftman discuss what this may mean to Harbaugh and his future with the team.

49’ers To Hold an Open Practice With the Ravens in Baltimore

San Francisco 49ers Rookie Minicamp

The Ravens and 49ers will hold an open practice at M&T Bank Stadium on Friday, Aug. 8, the day after the two teams square off in a preseason game. The practice is free and begins at 1 p.m.

The 49ers are practicing with the Ravens for four days after the preseason contest, giving the two teams a chance to go up against competition other than their teammates during training camp. Friday’s open session will be the first practice of that four-day stretch, and the rest of the practices will be at the Under Armour Performance Center.

“I’m excited about the fact that we’ve never done it before,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said about practicing with his brother’s team.

“We are going against a program that we understand what they’re all about. So we’re not bringing some program in here that we don’t trust, that doesn’t believe in the things that we believe as far as hard work. It’s going to be a program that mirrors what we’re trying to do as far as working hard. To me, that’s really important and I think we’ll both get better as a result.”

Harbaugh Gives Niners Players a Warning Heading Into Summer

San Francisco 49ers Rookie Minicamp

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh sent his players off for summer vacation with one final piece of advice Thursday, Lindsay Jones of USA Today reports.

“Beware with whom you associate,” Harbaugh said.

“Very important to know your surroundings. Friend or foe? There always seems to be a foe present.”

Harbaugh didn’t specify an event that led to his remarks, but he could have been alluding to a number of events in recent months, from linebacker Aldon Smith’s multiple incidents to a sexual assault investigation involving quarterback Colin Kaepernick, from which he was ultimately cleared without any charges or an arrest.

Kaepernick agreed with Harbaugh’s message, and it reinforces what he said he’s learned since a woman accused him of assault this spring. Police in Miami found no evidence of any crime.

The incident made Kaepernick more guarded, and certainly more cautious, about whom he allows to get close to him.

“You want to keep good people around at all times, regardless of where you’re at,” Kaepernick said.

Smith didn’t take Harbaugh’s message personally.

“He was talking to everybody, because anybody can be in a situation,” Smith said.

Smith was among the most energetic and active players during the minicamp, but he faces an uncertain future. Smith will be sentenced July 25 after he pleaded no contest to DUI and felony weapons charges last month. He could receive as many as four years in jail, and he could receive additional punishment from the NFL.

Smith’s sentencing hearing comes two days after he’s set to report to training camp.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen. I’m going to enjoy my month,” Smith said.

Is Colin Kaepernick Worth His New Record Setting Deal?

NFC Championship - San Francisco 49ers v Seattle SeahawksColin Kapernick

He might have only started 29 games in his NFL career, but Colin Kaepernick cashed in recently, getting a record setting deal from the Niners.

The QB has led the team to two NFC Title games and a Super Bowl, and the team felt that it was good enough to give him a deal worth $126 million.

Kaepernick’s critics say that as a running QB, he’s always going to be prone to being hurt, but he’s already proven he can take a big hit and keep on going.

What do you think Niners fans? Is it a deal that the team will come to regret, or one that will pay off in the end for the new look Niners?

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