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Golden Nuggets: Good Luck, Reggie Smith

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Morning, folks. It looks like Reggie Smith might be hurt ... which really sucks, to me. I like Smith and think he'd be able to see the field at least once in every game not on special teams, but if it's something serious ... well. It just sucks. Apparently he was limping yesterday and tweeted some pretty damning stuff last night, so I'm just gonna cross my fingers and hope for the best. We don't have as many links today as we have had the last few days, or perhaps I'm just being a little clueless and missing some. If you happen to find any interesting links related to the 49ers or football in general, post them up in the comments and ridicule me for missing them. Let's get to what I've got, though. Enjoy.

49ers rookie review, training camp edition (

49ers mailbag: Masoli as number three QB? (

Which former San Francisco 49ers are next to go into the Hall of Fame? (

49ers: In Harbaugh's own words (

Three shotgun quarterbacks (

49ers: Furious in free agency (

Could the Vikings trade for Taylor Mays? (

49ers safety Whitner tackles leadership role (

Long-overlooked Goodwin sees similarities to Saints in San Francisco (

Yesterday on Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: I Was Holding Out For A Better Contract | Ninjames
49ers 2011 Preparations: More Starting Time In Preseason? | Fooch
Braylon Edwards: A New York Jets Blogger Perspective | Fooch
Remaining 2011 NFL Free Agents: Are Any A Fit For The 49ers? | nocal81
Jim Harbaugh: When It All Began | Fooch
Jeremiah Masoli: Your QB-3 At This Point? | Fooch
Jonathan Goodwin: A New Orleans Saints Blogger Perspective | Fooch

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