The Philadelphia Eagles and New York Jets both have reached out to the San Francisco 49ers to interview assistant special teams coach Michael Clay for positions on their staffs, according to Matt Barrows of TheAthletic.com. The Eagles are looking to fill a vacancy created by Dave Fipp’s decision to leave for the special teams coordinator [more]
I thought it was something fans could get excited about, especially during the offseason, when people don’t have much football to be excited about and all you have to look forward to is next season. I think having an effect on the game is going to be huge for the fans. It will be huge for them to feel like they are affecting the game and to be able to invest in teams emotionally, financially, and actually being able to control aspects of the game.
It’s probably safe to say the 49ers won’t use any of their 10 scheduled draft picks on a running back. But why would they, even if they had less stability at the position? The 49ers have been led in rushing the past three seasons by undrafted running backs, with Wilson in 2020 following Mostert (2019) and Matt Breida (2018).