Golden Nuggets: Getting lazy

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Saturday, February 9th, 2013 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of 49ers links from around the web.

Pretty soon here, I'm going to take a little time to recharge, but I've already hit that offseason realm of being totally stir crazy. I have tons of draft content I want to roll out and I want the season to be back. I don't know if I'll actually make it through this offseason with my sanity.

NFC Championship appearance in 2011, Super Bowl appearance in 2012 -- does that mean our San Francisco 49ers should capture Lombardi Trophy No. 6 in 2013? The anticipation is already killing me.

Let's jump right into your links, which are shrinking in number as the beat writers get lazy.

San Francisco 49ers selling parts of new stadium for up to $375 apiece (Mercury News)

Different season, same script: Vernon Davis reappears in postseason (Branch)

John, Jim Harbaugh still haven't spoken since Super Bowl (PFT)

Jim Harbaugh enjoys a relaxing round of golf (PFT)

Jimmy Smith stands by defense of Michael Crabtree (NFL)

Young: "You could make a case that this was the season that the 49ers, with Colin Kaepernick, needed to win the Super Bowl" (Cohn)

Looney's blog: On to the Offseason (49ers)

Kaepernick ready to get back to work (Scout)

Niners Could Decide to Keep Alex Smith (NBC Bay Area)

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