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Golden Nuggets: Can't Wait for Training Camp

Wednesday, July 10, 2013 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of 49ers links from around the web.

Vernon Davis, with clothes on.
Vernon Davis, with clothes on.

Once again, another day with some of the same old headlines. A bit more on Cap-gate. Some stuff about Colin Kaepernick's body. Seahawks fans are trying to break the Guinness Book of World Records record for crowd noise. Man, July sucks. At least it's warm where you guys are at. It's freezing here in Melbourne. Each of the past few days have been right around 32 degrees when I set out to work. YIKES!

I'm honestly, truly unimpressed by the news right now. There are actually a couple of stories that pertain to football so I'll lead with them. Then I'll have the tabloid material further down.

Real News ranked the league's deepest backfields and guess who finished one and two. 49ers and Seahawks...that's who. Ours is actually ridiculously deep. When you have the offensive line that we do, you might as well have the running backs to run behind it. | Ranking the NFL's deepest backfields (

49ers Camp Preview: Wide Receivers (

Matt Maiocco's 49ers chat transcript (7.9) (Maiocco)

49ers Sign Draft Pick Eric Reid (

49ers announce 2013 Fan Fest date at Candlestick (CSN)

Fake News

Out of all the non-football news that's being generated, at least this Vernon Davis interview is something new. | Under Vernon Davis' pads (ESPN)

ESPN The Magazine features borderline-pornographic pictures of Colin Kaepernick (BASG)

Kaepernick nominated for ESPY award (Gin)

Putting a cap on 49ers' mad hatter chatter (Sando)

MLB role models for Kaepernick, West (Sando)

Exposing Colin Kaepernick, Vernon Davis (Sando)

Roddy White wades into Kaepernick capgate (PFT)

It might get loud: Seahawks fans to attempt decibel record vs. 49ers (Barrows)

Colin Kaepernick and the cap and frown controversy (SF Gate)

Leading Off: Kap's cap and other little points to ponder (Sac Bee)

Being a Sheep

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