Golden Nuggets: Holy links, Batman!

Looks like we've got ourselves a couple of links today. Some bits about Vernon Davis in London, something on the Santa Clara stadium situation - since your offeseason didn't have enough of that, and maybe even an inkling of hope that we can get some higher profile rookie signings done soon. Wouldn't that be lovely? I mean, I'm not expecting any issues getting them signed, but wouldn't it be great if the signings came just far enough apart from one another that each day we had links about speculation, then the signing, then the aftermath, then more speculation and so on and so forth? The Nuggets have been lacking lately, and I hate posting them when they don't have many links. I actually feel bad. It's weird. But today we should have at least a few so go ahead and read on. Enjoy the links and all that. I'm going to get back to my rap battle after this.

Some signs are pointing to a possible Anthony Davis deal getting done. That would be awesome. (ProFootballTalk.com)

The 49ers pass rush - just how good is it? Was it as bad as everyone says? I take a short look at it, check it out if you haven't already. (SB Nation Bay Area)

Vernon Davis is representing the 49ers in London. Funny, a year ago at this point I would have said that sucks, because Davis is a bust and has no future in the NFL, or at least on this team. But now, that's bangin'. (SacBee.com)

Santa Clara keeps moving forward on the stadium plan. This is good. (ProFootballTalk.com)

Davis is representing the 49ers in London because of his leadership role on the team. I completely agree, and still call into question Maiocco's comments from last month about how it would be a horrible thing for the team if Alex Smith wasn't a team captain in 2010. I'm perfectly OK with Davis being the captain on offense. (CSNBayArea.com)

Sam Lam takes a look at the Oakland Raiders, the team the 49ers will be playing dominating next season in week six. (Examiner.com)

Here's a post about the 49ers Youth Camp they've got going on. (49ers.com)

Heh, an article from a random blog about the best defensive ends in the NFC West. I personally think it's Justin Smith, I do love how they talk about Isaac Sopoaga's strength as if it has ever once transfered to on the field production. Protip: it hasn't. (12thManRising.com)

Rival Blog Buzz Revenge Of The Birds has a bit about training camp battles for the Cardinals. Field Gulls takes a look at the weaker caliber of quarterbacks the Seahawks will be facing this year and how it can be beneficial to their cornerbacks, and then a general post with random musics about the team. Turf Show Times takes a look at the Rams offense, and a post about the Rams front office.

Yesterday On Niners Nation We kicked off with the Golden Nuggets, Fooch had a post about the Nate Byham signing, he then moved a fanpost about sports bars to the front page and I posted a fanshot about an article of mine at the Bay Area site. 

Today On Niners Nation (All times pacific and subject to change)

7:00 AM - Fooch has a post at this point that has to do with football outsiders stats.

11:00 AM - I haven't heard from someone else about a post here, so it will be a confidence post from myself.

2:00 PM - I will also have something here.

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