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Golden Nuggets: A family is fine, so long as you can keep 'em pumped.

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Good morning all, welcome to another edition of the Nuggets and once again I'm kind of in a hurry so if this seems rushed, I apologize! If you're wondering what I'm talking about with the headline of this edition of the Nuggets, check out the first link I have. Singletary wants this team to run like a family. He wants to be a father figure to everyone on this time, and this I can understand. He's the guy who can do this but I really, honestly hope that Singletary doesn't forget why we won those games at the end of the season--he fired these guys up, got 'em pumped and they went out and played inspired football. So long as we can still "hit 'em in the mouth," then all is well. I don't have much for you today but what I do have is good reading. Enjoy.

NOTE: I had more for you, Maiocco has been doing a great job of being incredibly up-to-date with updates and coverage of the combine but I cant seem to get his blog to load. I will update as soon as I can with more links.

Mike Singletary wants the 49ers to be a family. (SFGate.com)

The 49ers want a back to share the load with Gore. Apparently Thomas Clayton isn't going to be that guy. (PressDemocrat.com)

More on Singletary's interviews and such, this one focusing more on the QB situation. (SacBee.com)

Here's the text version of Scot McCloughan's combine interview. (49ers.com)

And Singletary's. (49ers.com)

Samuel Lam does a good job recapping the interviews. (MVN.com)

Aaaand yesterday's edition of McCloughan's Mailbag. (49ers.com)