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Golden Nuggets: Your potpourri of 49ers news

49ers links for Friday, November 30, 2012.

Ed Szczepanski-US PRESSWIRE

We had some technical issues so the Golden Nuggets didn't go up at their normal time. There are a few interesting articles out there and I wanted to get them posted for folks getting into work and looking for a little bit of this and that about their 49ers.

For people who miss the Nuggets when they normally post early in the morning, they remain up in the cover for much of the morning. Aaron and James provide a lot more detail when they do them, but once in a while I'll fill in and mine are shorter and just generally includes the link and the author.

Examining David Akers’ 2012 regression (Bay Area Sports Guy)

In 2011, Trent Baalke might have had the 49ers’ best draft ever (Bay Area Sports Guy)

Non-expert NFL picks, Week 13 (plus a look at David Whitley’s racist column about Colin Kaepernick and tattoos) (Bay Area Sports Guy)

Obstacles remain for Jenkins, James to play (Maiocco)

Matt & Feldy: This has to be low point of Alex Smith's career (Maiocco and Bach)

49ers injury report: Walker, Aldon Smith limited at practice (Maiocco)

For 49ers’ Smith, season took cruel turn (SF Gate)

2-headed QB system is hard sell in NFL (SF Gate)

49ers say they won’t underestimate Rams (Branch)

Injury report: Amendola’s potential absence would make life easier for Rogers (Inman)

Fangio’s message to WRs: Watch where you step (Branch)

San Francisco 49ers' Michael Crabtree a fan of Colin Kaepernick (Inman)

What’s next for Alex Smith? He’s been through everything, which might be a large part of his free-agent appeal (Kawakami)

Third and Michael Crabtree (

Throwback Thursday: 1990 Title Game (

Being a Sheep

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