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Golden Nuggets: Sleep Is For The Weak, And I'm The Weakest

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Good morning folks, Ninjames here. I just got back from the Giants game at AT&T Park, where I was in the press box. It was a great time and I'm preparing an article on the experience. It being such an awesome ballpark and the like made it a lot easier to accept the fact that they lost the game, and it also made up for the fact that the game itself featured very little action at all. Unfortunately, the Nuggets need to go up really soon and I need to head to bed, so just quick links with none of my natural charm today, folks. Enjoy.

New 49ers assistant follows in footsteps of father, Harbaugh (SacBee.com)

NFL draft - Movement at the top (SFGate.com)

Tollner: Alex Smith close to becoming a championship QB (PressDemocrat.com)

2011 NFL Draft preview: Wide receivers/tight ends (CSNBayArea.com)

Niners' first round pick already has been in the building (SacBee.com)

Yesterday on Niners Nation

Niners Nation After Dark: MLB Playoff Expansion And The NFL | Fooch
Golden Nuggets: Prince Amukamara Over Blaine Gabbert, For Me | Ninjames
NN 2011 49ers NFL Draft Community Big Board - Spots 66-70 | Fooch
2011 NFL Draft, No. 4 Pick: Who Will The Cincinnati Bengals Take? My Opinion | nocal81
Caption This: J. Pie. Arencibia Edition | howtheyscored
49ers Top 10 NFL Draft Successes: No. 6 - Fred Beasley, Fullback | Fooch
2011 NFL Draft: Dave-Te Thomas On Colin Kaepernick As A "Taller Version Of Aaron Rodgers" | Fooch
2011 NFL Draft: The Sanchez-Flacco Myth of QB Performance | Florida Danny
2011 NFL Draft, 50 in 50: Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska (43 of 50) | Drew K

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