Fred Warner

San Francisco 49ers #54 - Linebacker

  • Born: 11/19/96
  • Age: 24
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 230
  • Seasons: 2018

NFL power rankings roundup: Where do 49ers sit going into 2021 season?

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San Francisco is still getting some respect from NFL Insiders.

Three 49ers named to PFF’s top 101 players from the 2020 season

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Two of them are unrestricted free agents

PFF’s top 101 list: 2 Giants earn spots

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Which New York Giants cracked PFF’s top 101 players of 2020?

Schefter: NFL salary cap is expected to drop to $180-181 million

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The 49ers could create nearly $15 million by releasing Ford and Richburg with post-June-1 designations

Jason La Canfora says 49ers are among teams interested in Deshaun Watson

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The CBS Sports NFL Insider says Kyle Shanahan also likes Sam Darnold as an option.

The top 16 players in the NFC West who are 25 or younger next season

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With Rams running back Cam Akers as the youngest rising star in the division

Ahead of free agency, Keim knows he must go all-in

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The much maligned GM is entering a make or break year that needs to end with a post season berth.

Kittle on Stafford: I think it’s definitely going to help them, but I’m very confident in our defense

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On Tuesday morning, San Francisco 49ers' star tight end gave his thoughts to NFL Network’s Peter Schrager on Matthew Stafford, Jimmy Garoppolo for the umpteenth time, and how the 49ers stack up...

News and notes from the San Francisco 49ers

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Happy Saturday one and all. The Arizona Cardinals are getting ready for the 2021 offseason, but so is the rest of the NFC West. Lets finish our look around the NFC West with our friends over at...

Pro Bowl 2021: What to expect, how to watch Madden 21 contest, and rosters

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The 2021 Pro Bowl will be a game like no other in the history of the all-star event. Mostly because there will not be a 2021 Pro Bowl game. This year, with the coronavirus still a major concern,...

49ers are well-positioned with QB options for 2021 season

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San Francisco can make a move or stay put at the most important position in football.

Aaron Rodgers: How did three Hall of Fame QBs do after switching teams?

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If Aaron Rodgers does move on from the Packers, the chances are good that he will find some success with his new team.