LaMichael James A Niner! After drafting wide receiver A.J. Jenkins in the first round, the San Francisco 49ers added more speed with University of Oregon running back LaMichael James in the second round. With a stellar career at Oregon, that included a loss in the national title game to Auburn in 2011, James left as a junior with an 6.6 yards per carry average (topping out this past year with 7.3 yds/carry) and scoring 57 touchdowns as a Duck. James joins a crowded backfield that includes Frank Gore, Kendall Hunter and newly added Brandon Jacobs.
The top 32 prospects in the 2016 NFL DraftBusiness InsiderIt’s never too early to start thinking about the NFL draft, especially in a year of football that’s been filled with injury and parity. While it is still a little early for mock drafts, we came up with a consensus list of the 32 best players […]
NFL Schedule: Thanksgiving will be an NFC party, with a some great gamesYahoo Sports (blog)The day starts with Chicago at Detroit, followed by Philadelphia at Dallas and capped off by the big one, Seattle at San Francisco, a rematch of the NFC championship game and one of the top few games on the entire NFL […]
2016 NFL Draft: Can Josh Doctson replace Rueben Randle?Big Blue View2, or even second and third wide receivers. Flush with money, the Giants could sign a receiver in free agency, but it’s possible they could also draft one. Josh Doctson has been one of the most productive receivers in college football, so he could be […]