Kyle Nelson

#86TE,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 240
Born:
College: New Mexico State
Birth Place: Waco, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Veterans most vulnerable to losing roster spots with 49ers
    NBCS Bay Area

    Veterans most vulnerable to losing roster spots with 49ers

    Anquan Boldin’s retirement from the NFL puts him on the front line of a new wave, athletes dedicated to justice and equality, a group destined to grow from dozens to hundreds and maybe even thousands. Others are with him. Including a Cleveland Browns tight end named Seth DeValve. In the days before Boldin announced his retirement Sunday, two significant multiethnic demonstrations took place prior to NFL preseason games. A national anthem protest by Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett, a black man who remained seated, was visibly supported by center Justin Britt, a white man. The same with two Eagles, with defensive lineman Chris Long placing one hand on the back of teammate Malcolm Jenkins,

  • Trevor Siemian named Broncos starting quarterback
    ABC News

    Trevor Siemian named Broncos starting quarterback

    The Denver Broncos have named? Trevor Siemian as their starting quarterback Monday, with coach Vance Joseph revealing his decision during a Monday news conference. For the second summer in a row, Siemian has turned away challengers to be the Broncos' starting quarterback. Last year, it was Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch. This year, Siemian and Lynch were in what both Joseph and general manager John Elway repeatedly called an "open competition" almost from the time Joseph was hired in January. Joseph split work between the starters in the offseason program, organized team activities, minicamp and training camp. Siemian and Lynch have each started one preseason game. Siemian likely closed the deal

  • Levi’s Stadium final audit pares back costs owed by 49ers to Santa Clara
    MercuryNews.com

    Levi’s Stadium final audit pares back costs owed by 49ers to Santa Clara

    SANTA CLARA – The San Francisco 49ers’ management company owes Santa Clara about $310,000 less than originally estimated for city staff time spent on Levi’s Stadium events, a final audit released Monday shows. But Mayor Lisa Gillmor, who ordered the $200,000 audit of Levi’s Stadium finances, said the probe doesn’t paint a full picture of what the NFL team owes City Hall — and she plans to request another one soon. “This is only a portion of what has happened,” Gillmor said Monday. “We need to change the way we do business so this doesn’t happen again. This audit was the first step and we have more work to do — we need all the documents to fully know where we are.” A draft released in May found