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Golden Nuggets: Overcoming Character Concerns

Monday, April 28, 2014 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of 49ers links from around the web.

Photo: Bill Feig, Associated Press

A few recent articles have been looking at the effect of recent run-ins with the law by current 49ers players. Aside from how the teams deals with these individuals, a further question being asked is will this change the team's player acquisition policies, specifically their vetting process? These same questions were brought before 49ers GM Trent Baalke and Can Inman and Matt Maiocco relate his reponses. Speaking of player acquisition, we also have some articles about possible draft targets. The last two links are about Joe Montana's flag football game at Candlestick and the Niners fan suing the NFL about their ticket policies. If you can get past the ridiculous $50M amount, you can see that there is a legitimate beef here about home teams' ticket selling practices.

Special report: Have 49ers gone rogue, become NFL's bad boys? (Inman)

49ers tackling concerns over character in draft (Maiocco)

Draft Prospects

49ers spend 90 minutes with Indiana's Cody Latimer. What that means... (Barrows)

Arizona State LB Carl Bradford met with Chargers, 49ers, Steelers, Jaguars, Dolphins (Yahoo)

Team Notes

Joe Montana Will Play in Final Football Game at Candlestick Park in 'Legends of Candlestick' Flag Football Game (NBC)

49er fan sues NFL for $50M over playoff tickets (Yahoo)