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NFL history is filled with big plays, heroes, villains and unforgettable figures. Bill Romanowski was one of the most outspoken and dominant defensive forces in the game during his career. Romanowski played 16 years in the NFL, spending time with the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders. He appeared in four […]

Football fans celebrated a huge NFC Championship Sunday with a dominant performance by Peyton Manning and the Broncos and a hard-fought, knock-down Seattle win. Your quick synopsis: New England appeared flat out of the gate, and we watched Manning and the Denver offense chew up clock and decimate the Patriots defense. The Seahawks intercepted Colin […]

One of the most passionate voices in sports talk, Dave “Softy” Mahler of KJR in Seattle, joined “The Jason Smith Show” on FOX Sports Radio to talk up the rivalry, Joe Montana’s critique of Colin Kaepernick, extreme concession stand treats, the “Twelve-Cent Starbucks” promotion, the buzz around the greater Seattle area and, of course, the […]

Some time back, we welcomed former San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears defensive lineman Anthony “Spice” Adams to the Fantasy Freaks show on FOX Sports Radio. Adams, of course, found post-football success online with a series of entertaining video bits that spoke to life as a free agent. Well, after dominating a “Dancing With The […]

Everybody chant with me. “Be aggressive! Be — Be — Aggressive!” Alright, so there might have been a “Bring It On” reference at some point this week that got random cheers stuck up in the Dome. The flag is being raised on a new era for the Dome, and I commemorate this period with the […]

Yes, I quoted Samuel L. Jackson from “Pulp Fiction.” The Seahawks pulled off a big move on Monday morning by acquiring receiver/returned Percy Harvin from the Vikings. In return, the Vikings received two draft choices in 2013 (including a first-round selection) and one pick in 2014. Harvin had long been rumored to be on the […]

One of the events that kick off Super Bowl week in New Orleans was the Moves Magazine party hosted by Jay Glazer to benefit The Wounded Warriors Project. Event Producer Stephanie Jones made The Metropolitan the top spot in the city as football stars streamed into the event. The dance floor was mobbed and a […]

The action is starting to heat up in “The Big Easy” as the countdown to kickoff grinds toward zeroes. Fans from Baltimore and San Francisco are making their presence known, and the party schedule has expanded immensely. Follow the Twitter-verse and you’ll see a ton of notes about celebrities being out and about at restaurants […]

Harmon returns to the microphone, the first “Inside The Swollen Dome” podcast for 2013, to discuss this week’s NFL Playoffs – Divisional Round. Peyton Manning and the Broncos fall: Who’s to blame? Ryan survives. Brady marches on … and Kaepernick becomes a superhero.

The finale of Week 11 was not the powerhouse matchup that the NFL world had anticipated. Chicago came to San Francisco with Jason Campbell under center, while Colin Kaepernick got the nod for Jim Harbaugh’s squad. Kaepernick used his legs quite a bit against the Rams in that strange game against St. Louis in Week […]

Week 8 ended with a resounding thud. I know. It was a fantastic blowout victory if you’re a backer of the 49ers … or if you owned the San Francisco defense in fantasyland. I get it. I’m talking in terms of being a compelling game. That ship sailed fairly early in the first half of […]

Peyton Manning is running through his “Free Agent World Tour,” and the list of would-be suitors have lined up around the block. The Broncos, Dolphins and Cardinals have gotten a ton of ink, but you still have the Titans, Texans, Seahawks and several others floating around. I remember folks tossing around the concept of a […]

Where should Peyton Manning set up shop in 2012?

It was a foregone conclusion. At least, we all assumed that the release of Peyton Manning by the Colts was inevitable. I suppose there was some sliver of hope among the most ardent Manning fans that he and the Colts would find some common ground in terms of a reduced salary for a year or […]

The 49ers passed on the opportunity to select Blaine Gabbert and grabbed defensive lineman Aldon Smith. He’s a beast with fantastic moves on the edge and can shed tacklers. Smith will be a pass rusher out of the linebacker slot this season, and Patrick Willis has some additional support. Next up: Tennessee

Let me be among the first to reference the classic (in my mind, anyway) film “Rounders” to describe the thoughts of every San Diego fan (and fantasy owner) as Thursday’s game unfolded. “Pay the man his money.” Vincent Jackson, who had appeared in only two games prior to kickoff following an extended holdout and an […]

I had to pick a song reference that wasn’t “London Calling.” I love the tune, but it’s borderline played out. The 49ers ruled Alex Smith out of Sunday’s game against the Broncos overseas. Smith sustained a separated shoulder in Week 7 against the Panthers and will be unavailable for the game. David Carr entered the […]

It’s not a lengthy conversation, but Vernon Davis gave his thoughts on the 49ers’ growth under Mike Singletary in 2009 and hypes his fantasy value for 2010 (he’s a free agent to be in a much-improved offensive set). He’s definitely a top-5 tight end coming into the season. Where’s the ceiling? Check it out here […]

Over the weekend, the 49ers contemplated how to address the fact that second-year tailback Glen Coffee had decided to walk away from the NFL. The free agent pool was fairly thin, and myriad injuries in preseason games sent General Managers scrambling. The Saints signed former Washington tailback Ladell Betts to rebuild depth at tailback following […]

I read a story earlier this morning that San Francisco running back Glen Coffee, former Alabama star, had missed a practice and his whereabouts were unknown. It’s now being reported through The Associated Press that Coffee informed the team on Friday that he no longer desires to play football. All throughout the off-season, I’ve been […]

Following a long, arduous and well-chronicled summer that included myriad television appearances, the beginning of Season 2 of a reality show & rumors about contracts, mercurial wide receiver Terrell Owens has a new home. Owens signed a one-year deal to join his reality television tag-team partner, Chad Ochocinco, in Cincinnati. The move gives Carson Palmer […]