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49ers Sign LB to Practice Squad

Posted by Taylor Price on September 22, 2010 – 12:05 PM

The San Francisco 49ers  announced that they have signed LB Bruce Davis to the practice squad. Davis attended training camp with the team and had been on the practice squad in week one only to be released following the game.


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13 Responses to “49ers Sign LB to Practice Squad”

  1. By David on Sep 22, 2010 | Reply

    We need the niners to play like they did against the saints all season long.Alex had a great game , and so did Gore!

  2. By DaBooko on Sep 22, 2010 | Reply

    Its all in front of us now we can win it all just stop pointing the gun ourselves and point it at the other team and execute the game plan GO NINERS

  3. By MrRudyfrimmel on Sep 22, 2010 | Reply

    So…about the actual article…..Bruce Davis looked really good in pre-season and expressed how much he wanted to be a part of this team. Good move. He should develop into a nice outside pass rusher.

  4. By Ron on Sep 22, 2010 | Reply

    This is a young team and they are making mistakes… they need to focus and pay attention to the details that win games. That is where coaching expertise comes in. This is the time for SING to turn this talented team into winners. GO NINERS!!

  5. By Reecan on Sep 22, 2010 | Reply

    In spite of several “OMG’s” during the game I was really pleased with how the 9ers handle the Saints. They were not intimidated or showed fear of the Champions. They actually out played them. We are going to be fine guys, just fine.

  6. By Danny on Sep 22, 2010 | Reply

    Looking better, but have no kick or punt return people. Been this way for a few years. Why hasn’t Sing figured this out. Ted Ginn is hurt and we have no one to step in??? He’s even unproven, so everyone cross their fingers and whatever else they can cross!!!

  7. By WHATISIT200808 on Sep 22, 2010 | Reply

    BUT WHO IS BRUCE DAVIS?

  8. By kyle on Sep 22, 2010 | Reply

    The fact of the matter is the team pushed around the defending champs. they outplayed them in every aspect except turnovers. so if they hold onto the ball there isn’t team out there the Niners can’t beat. They should have won had a few balls bounced there way instead of the saints way, mainly the 2 tipped interceptions and the special teams muff.{ keep your head up Phillip you’ll get the hang of it and I think you’ll be great in a few years}But that’s football.I can’t leave without commending the play of the o line they played as good as possible against a nasty defense and defensive cordinator who can get after any quarterback. Also great game Alex, take the o line out for steaks and remember how good of a runner you are(4th quarter )but don’t get hurt, slide, cause we need you. kyle from Napa. One more thing i forgot about the defense but you guys already know your good and usually preform at a high level. Patrick you’re the best linebacker in the world, and Reggie, Dashon,Taylor, Manny and Navarro please stay with the team cause you’re all good our are gonna be.

  9. By akitosis714 on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    I’d love to see Bruce Davis playing as good as he did back in college at UCLA. He had a great career there and hopefully he can continue playing well for 49ers.

  10. By Sammy on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    Can someone – anyone please tell me why in the name of all that is Holy does the DC ALWAYS resort to the same coverage on the last 1 or 2 shots the offense has of passing into position to beat us – (See Vikings last season and Saints Monday night). They say, “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it” – well, by that SAME token “IF YOU SEE TIME AND TIME AGAIN AGAIN THAT IT AIN’T WORKING, why in the Living Blue Hell do you keep sticking with it? In both those instances, if the QB had been planted on his butt and not gotten the pass off to begin with, we would have had a “whole ‘nother outcome.” Is this DC really THAT DENSE? SO WHAT THAT IT WORKS “most of the time” if it fails miserabley when its critical – just STOP for crying out loud. Duh!!! Someone once said, “when you make the same miastake over and over, and keep expecting a different result, that’s a sign that you’re surely crazy.” Is that our situation here? Hhmmmmm! To have those kids perform the way they did, and then put them in a situation “vertually guaranteed to lose” was just criminal and plain stupid to me. Shame on the DC. Go study the late Johnson, Shurmur, or Williams with the Saints – use a little imagination!!!

  11. By 1984ers on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    hats off to the niners they played a great game against last years champs, as a fan i loved the way they performed offensively defense is always solid but to loose the way we did in our house in our home opener were not suppose to be the team that gave a great effort and came up short anymore were suppose to be the team that took care of business by griding out a bad game and pulling out a victory at the end not the other way around the only upside to this 0-2 start is that we play in the nfc west its up for grabs i think our season comes down to this game against the chiefs if they can prove they can hold on to a victory in a hostile enviroment and stay consistent (Alex Smith) for a spand of at least 3 games we got a contender.

  12. By rwgino on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    as far as B.Davis is concern its a fairly good move because T.Spikes is banged up & we need great LB play in order for the D to be stout. where is D. Briggs, I liked his motor & intensity, but that is why you’ll are getting paid 4 decision making & we’re not, so I trust any moves you make. as far as individuals questioning the compotence of our DC fall back & let him do him, lets not forget hes not working with alot of speed on D. why isnt ZIEGLER getting more his speed could be a good replacement 4 GINN speed or atleastt

  13. By kenny on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    NEED Westbrook, Brian HE CAN HELP LOT HE TO PLAY HE MISS 2 GAMES WE SEE PLAY

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