Internet issues got in the way of your normal Golden Nuggets earlier this morning, so I'm putting something a bit later. There was a decent amount of 49ers-related news yesterday, so we definitely want to get links together.
The day saw us learn that the 49ers brought back guard Adam Snyder, sign former Raiders wide receiver Ronald Curry to be an offensive assistant, and learn a bit more about the Chiefs pick the 49ers will hold in the 2014 NFL Draft. I have referenced #ChefsWatch on Twitter, and some people thought it was a typo. No, it is not, but I'm realizing it might be too dated a reference. In the post about the Chiefs pick, I posted the commercial that inspired "Chefs". Give it a watch. I'm not giving up on Chefs Watch, so we'll see how many people I can get on board with this.
Speaking of draft picks, the 49ers also have the Titans third round pick in 2014. So, how about the Titanic Chefs Watch?
Why the 49ers brought back Adam Snyder (Bay Area Sports Guy)
Report: 49ers sign OL Adam Snyder to two-year deal (Gin - Examiner)
Welcome back: 49ers sign OL Snyder to two-year contract (Branch)
Welcome back: 49ers sign OL Adam Snyder to a two-year deal (Barrows)
49ers bring back Snyder on two-year contract (Maiocco)
49ers turn to familiar face for OL depth (Inman)
Perspective as Adam Snyder, 49ers reunite (Sando)
Chiefs 2014 draft pick
Go, Chiefs: 49ers will benefit if KC finishes .500 or better (Branch)
Go Alex Smith? KC's 2013 record will affect 49ers' 2014 draft (Barrows)
49ers still rooting for Alex Smith to succeed (Maiocco)
49ers have reason to root for Chiefs to do well (Inman)
49ers fans should root for Chiefs in 2013 (Sando)
Ronald Curry hiring
Ex-Raiders receiver Curry joins 49ers staff (Maiocco)
Harbaugh adds ex-Raider Ronald Curry to coaching staff (Barrows)
49ers Draft Profile: Vance McDonald (Gin - Examiner)
49ers guarantee British Olympian $3K and an opportunity (Maiocco)
Multi-talented MarQueis Gray part of 49ers' post-draft haul (Barrows)
Colt McCoy Embraces QB Situation (49ers.com)
Rams ranked too low? Some thought so (Sando)
Rules put one West rookie at disadvantage (Sando)
Being a Sheep
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