Golden Nuggets: Plenty of NFL news, not so much for 49ers

Jason O. Watson

Friday, June 28th, 2013 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the Internet.

Good morning ladies and gents. We have ... just about nothing today. The links have dried up, with the only interesting bit being Lawrence Okoye talking about football being hard. Meanwhile, Aaron Hernandez is under a mountain of insanity and that's all we're hearing about in the NFL. I won't judge the guy before he gets his trial but man, some of the things that prosecutor said were just horrible.

The fact that we live in a place where a friend of yours deserves to die for talking to someone you had "beef" with .. that's just crazy. Insanity. But Hernandez hasn't done anything to this point to make me believe that he did what is alleged by the prosecutors. I guess we'll see how that plays out. There's certainly no lack of coverage on it.

Quick links today, folks. You'll see some repeats.

49ers are not winning the offseason (BA Sports Guy)

49ers' Okoye on American football: Hardest thing I've done (Barrows)

Judge dismisses civil lawsuit against Perrish Cox (AP)

McDonald made strides on and off the field (Maiocco)

49ers' Dahl Eager to Contribute on Special Teams (NBC Bay Area)

Vernon Davis: Seattle Seahawks 'building a dynasty' (NFL)

ESPN to feature Kaepernick's ink six months after it was criticized (Barrows)

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