Golden Nuggets: Can't wait

Good morning, folks. We had a pretty slow day yesterday as far as news is concerned. This is probably a good thing considering all that has happened with this team (and division) this offseason. I think we can all finally look forward to the game on Sunday. The Seahawks. I'm seriously getting goosebumps for this regular season to begin. I'm ignoring friends who want to hang out on Sunday, I'm shutting out the entirety of the world outside of the 49ers. It will be a great game. Beyond that, Nate Davis' future will become clear around 1 p.m. pacific time today, so I imagine we'll have plenty on that here on Niners Nation throughout the day. And yeah, that about covers it. Enjoy your links. Also, check out this fanpost over at Field Gulls, and be sure to participate. Even if they say anything that may offend you, which they shouldn't, let's not rise to it. This is for good discussion only, not a trash talking thread.

First Look: Seattle Seahawks. I really do feel good about this game. (49ers.com)

Will Nate Davis be claimed? I guess he probably will be, but I'm not going to think about it anymore, honestly. (SFGate.com)

The division is up for grabs, and here's some storylines for all the teams involved. (Yahoo.com)

Steve Young isn't one of the five best quarterbacks in the league history, maybe. But surely he's higher on the list of overall top football players than where they placed him, no? (MercuryNews.com)

Lam has a good article about the struggles of Nate Davis, with some notes about the rookie offensive linemen as well. (Examiner.com)

Coach Singletary is of the opinion that the 49ers have three starting capable quarterbacks. I'm not so sure, myself. (CSNBayArea.com)

He would like to sign Nate Davis to the practice squad, but Singletary says the move is worth the risk. (SacBee.com)

The Eye on the Midwest blog continues over at the official website. (49ers.com)

I had a quick post on the Bay Area site about Singletary's look making it on a SI list. (SB Nation Bay Area)

Yesterday On Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: Good news, bad news ... I love news (Ninjames)
Are the 49ers better off with Troy Smith in place of Nate Davis? (Ninjames)
NFC West Preview: The St. Louis Rams (Smileyman)
Ahmad Brooks's return and a transcript from Coach Singletary (Ninjames)

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

7:00 a.m. Mike Singletary Approval Rating, 2010 Preseason (Fooch)

10:00 a.m. NFC West: Seattle Seahawks (Smileyman)

We'll also have a prospector's guide and a post from Florida Danny, as well as myself, but the timing is not yet set.

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