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Golden Nuggets: Game Day

Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Sunday, December 31st, 2023

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49ers aim to make game at Washington their last true road trip of season (paywall)

“The mud bowl,” tight end George Kittle said Thursday, smiling. “Me and (Ross) Dwelley just watched that whole game on tape. Crazy how different the team is — but a lot of the same players, a lot of the same mindset, too. It was really fun to watch that one. It’s crazy how much our offense has evolved since then.”

49ers’ Brock Purdy opens up about tough lessons learned against Ravens (paywall)

“In the moment, for myself, I was aggressive,” Purdy said. “I was like, ‘All right, just had two big plays, I’m trying to fit this one in.’ Which obviously looking back on it was not the right decision. It wasn’t the smart play as a quarterback.

“That’s something that I have to grow in, in terms of you make some big plays and stuff, but every play has a life of its own. Now, whatever play is next, you’ve got to play the play the right way and not just feed off the emotion and everything that you felt from the previous plays. That’s something that I had to learn the hard way.”

49ers elevate two players from practice squad to face Commanders

“Veteran safety Erik Harris and wide receiver Tay Martin were brought up from the practice squad to be available for the 49ers’ game against the Washington Commanders on Sunday at FedExField.”