Glenn Dorsey

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 297
College: LSU
Birth Place: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Draft: 2008 1st round (5th pick) by the
  • Long supports Eagles teammate, wraps arm around him during anthem protest
    NBCS Bay Area

    Long supports Eagles teammate, wraps arm around him during anthem protest

    SANTA CLARA – The 49ers’ passing game has ranked 29th or lower in each of the past four seasons. If two practices against last year’s No. 1-ranked pass defense are any indication, the 49ers could be vastly improved under coach Kyle Shanahan and quarterback Brian Hoyer. “I think our guys were expecting to do good,” Shanahan said on Thursday after a second joint practice against the Denver Broncos in two days. “There’s a lot of stuff we can clean up. A lot of stuff we can do better. But I think our guys were happy with how they competed and, hopefully, that can continue to carry over.” Hoyer hit more higher-percentage passes on Thursday. He teamed up with rookie Victor Bolden on his deepest completion

  • The Red Sox make a stand and a Giant book club

    The Red Sox make a stand and a Giant book club

    Yaron Weitzman for REDEF sports + biz + culture + life Get REDEF delivered to your inbox rantnrave:// My goal for this morning was to lead with something fun. Maybe that camera guy who got drilled in the family jewels. But then Thursday happened. First, there were the quotes from new San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch describing national anthem protests as "divisive." Also in the morning papers: Memphis Grizzlies head coach David Fizdale saying all confederate statues should be taken down immediately (he also had some funny lines about Tiki torches). ESPN ran an interview with Kevin Durant, who said he'll skip out on the White House visit if the champion Golden State Warriors are

  • 49ers John Lynch clarifies anthem stance

    49ers John Lynch clarifies anthem stance

    John Lynch, troubled how his recent comments on national anthem protests came across, clarified his stance Friday. “Not only do I respect but I understand the motivations of these players that are trying to do something about it,” Lynch said on KNBR 680-AM. “I want to be very clear with that. That’s where my heart is.” Two days earlier, Lynch explained how he saw the anthem as a unifying symbol, but he also noted that player protests are “divisive,” a word he regrets using. “If I could take one thing back, I would have changed that word because of the negative connotation,”Lynch said. “I was trying to make a point that our game can be a beacon for what should be.” Count Lynch among those truly