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Jewel Hampton not only tore his right ACL in college, the 49ers running back also tore his left one. The injuries came in 2009 and 2010 when Hampton was at Iowa, which makes him unusual among NFL tailbacks but not on San Francisco's roster.
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SC's Lattimore, add to loaded backfield Marcus Lattimore (with ball) will add to the already impressive collection of San Francisco running backs. (John Sommers II/Getty Images) Of all the places that South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore could have
Kyle Williams and Kendall Hunter experienced very eerie returns Tuesday to the Superdome, where their season ended two months. Williams and Hunter both recalled how their cleats stuck in the artificial turf when they got injured during the 49ers' Nov.
It's not a common occurrence that I defend Jim Harbaugh who is the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. It's quite the opposite. I've been giving the guy a tough time for benching Alex Smith in favor of starting
RB James could debut today against Rams Published: Sunday, Dec...Always mum on strategy and roster maneuvers, coach Jim Harbaugh refused to say how the 49ers will compensate for the absence of Kendall Hunter, their second-leading rusher who was lost
Like the rest of the 49ers linebackers, NaVorro Bowman will be sticking around for a while. Bowman agreed to a five-year extension Tuesday in a deal that will keep him under contract through 2018. Financial terms were not disclosed. "NaVorro
Font Resize Bay Area News Group 49ers running back Kendall Hunter apparently has been lost for the remainder of the season after suffering an ankle injury against the New Orleans Saints, according to Comcast Sports Net Bay Area...The 49ers have yet
Frank Gore is ailing, two other running backs are idling, and the 49ers are about to hit the backstretch of the season. But coach Jim Harbaugh signaled there will be no change in San Francisco's running back status quo in the near future. Asked this
No, John Madden isn't planning a comeback tour -- or even a cameo -- on NBC's "Sunday Night Football." But Madden is delighted to see how the 49ers, even with a restocked arsenal of receivers, thrive on running the ball. "Not a lot teams can run the