Happy Birthday to our very own James Brady. While he's off doing whatever he's doing for his birthday, I'll be covering the Nuggets today and tomorrow. Although there is optimism on the labor front, there is still a lot of work to be done as the two sides work towards an eventual CBA that will get football back on track. I saw one report that indicated a new deal could be good for upwards of ten years. Long term labor peace like that would be huge.
In the meantime, one of the "bigger" stories to come out yesterday was the 49ers announcement that they would honor the recently deceased John Henry Johnson with a decal on their helmets in 2011. His sticker will go alongside one for Joe Perry. While we certainly wish they hadn't died, it's interesting that the 49ers will have one half of their million dollar backfield memorialized this fall. Both men also donated their brains to science to study the damage potentially incurred during their time on the football field.
Camp II: 49ers Players To Assemble Again Next Week (Barrows)
Hip Hip Hooray: Videos Show Gore In Action (Barrows)
How The Proposed NFL Labor Agreement Could Hurt The 49ers (49ers Examiner)
49ers To Honor Johnson (Branch)
McKillop To Be Ready For Start Of 49ers' Camp (Maiocco)
Report: McKillop Back At Full Strength (49ers.com)
49ers Honor JH Johnson With Helmet Decal (49ers.com)
NFL News and Notes, July 21 (SFGate.com)
Yesterday on Niners Nation
Golden Nuggets: Blame The Rap Music; Also Some Lockout News | Ninjames
NFL CBA Proposal: Full Season Of Thursday Night Football | Fooch
NFL CBA Negotiations: Prioritizing The 49ers Unrestricted Free Agents | Fooch
Shawntae Spencer Might Need To Re-Learn How To Tackle | Fooch
Second 49ers Minicamp Is Almost At Hand | Fooch
NN NFL Tournament of Badness Opening Round: NFL Draft and The Brady Six | Ninjames
2011 Free Agent Primer: The Kicker Position And Our San Francisco 49ers | nocal81
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