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The Grant Napear Show - KHTK Sports 1140

The Grant Napear Show – August 15, 2013

Grant opened up the show with big news on the arena front. Ryan Lillis, Sacramento Bee writer, joined Grant on the show to discuss the lawsuit that was filed today in the Sacramento Superior Courtby […]

KHTK Sports 1140–08/15/2013

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - DECEMBER 30: Michael Floyd #15 of the Arizona Cardinals catches a touchdown pass while covered by Chris Culliver #29 of the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on December 30, 2012 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

49ers Get Back On Track In Season Finale, Clich Division And First Round Bye

After a disappointing game last week, San Francisco bounced back against Arizona, and just in time for the playoffs. After a slow start, both sides of the ball woke up in the second half and the team cruised to a relatively easy victory. The 49ers can feel very good as it enters the playoffs with a lot in their favor, as the final week went exactly as they could have hoped.

12/31/2012

SEATTLE, WA - DECEMBER 23: Mario Manningham #82 of the San Francisco 49ers fumbles the ball in the third quarter against the Leroy Hill #56 and Jeremy Lane #20 (L) of the Seattle Seahawks at Qwest Field on December 23, 2012 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

San Francisco‚Äôs Season Finale Injury Report Is Not Looking Good

After 16 weeks of football, the 49ers and Cardinals enter the final game banged up. This is not a surprise, due to the nature of the sport, and injuries are something that all teams deal with. In this match-up it’s the 49ers that have more impact players listed as injured, and will be without the services of at least one key player. San Francisco will hope to avoid any more injuries in the season finale, as another injury could be disastrous for their playoff hopes.

12/29/2012

GLENDALE, AZ - NOVEMBER 25: wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald #11 of the Arizona Cardinals during the NFL game against the St. Louis Rams at the University of Phoenix Stadium on November 25, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. The Rams defeated the Cardinals 31-17. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

49ers and Cardinals Feature Two Teams Headed In Opposite Directions

The NFC West showdown between the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals, at least on paper, is a complete mismatch. The 49ers are the division leader, preparing for the playoffs, while the Cardinals sit in last place and are getting ready for next year.

12/28/2012

GLENDALE, AZ - DECEMBER 23: (L-R) LaRod Stephens-Howling #36, Nate Potter #76, Daryn Colledge #71, Adam Snyder #68, Bobby Massie #70 and Andre Roberts #12 of the Arizona Cardinals walk off to the line of scrimmage during the NFL game against the Chicago Bears at the University of Phoenix Stadium on December 23, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. The Bears defeated the Cardinals 28-13. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

49ers’ Defense Will Need To Improve Play In Season Finale

After losing last week to the Seattle Seahawks, the San Francisco 49ers failed to lock up the NFC West. The first team goal of 2013 was to win the division, and they can still do so with a win in the season finale against the Arizona Cardinals. Both the offense and defense have struggled for the last game and a half, however it’s the defense that not only needs to play much better, but should also have no problem carrying San Francisco into the playoffs, with momentum at their back.

12/27/2012

NFC West Will Be 49ers To Lose In Years to Come

Despite early season improvements shown by all the teams in the division, and the possibility of a bright future for all of them, the best team by far is San Francisco. The 49ers have all the tools to dominate the division for the time being. If the other teams though can make minor adjustments and stick together, then the division will not be a walkover for long.

11/02/2012

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49ers Sit Alone At the Top, Defeat Cardinals Convincingly

The heavyweight match-up between the Cardinals and 49ers might have been scheduled for 12 rounds, but it was over quickly. San Francisco raced out to the early lead and Arizona could never recover. The end result was an easy win for the 49ers, who have a bye up next and can get healthy in preparation for the stretch run.

10/30/2012

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Former Arizona Cardinals’ DE Bertrand Berry Discusses Monday Night Football Between The 49ers And Cardinals

Former defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals Bertrand Berry came on the show to discuss the San Francisco 49ers and Cardinals Monday Night Football game. Berry talked about the quarterback concerns that the Cardinals have […]

KHTK Sports 1140–10/29/2012

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Broadcaster Kevin Harlan Previews Monday Night Football, Talks Other Sports

Kevin Harlan is on the call for the 49ers and the Cardinals game so he joined Grant to preview the game as well as discuss other sports and teams that he covers. Harlan talked about […]

KHTK Sports 1140–10/29/2012

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The Grant Napear Show – October 29, 2012

The San Francisco Giants won their second World Series title in three years so Grant started the show by sharing his thoughts on the series. Grant also touched on the mess in Philadelphia with the […]

KHTK Sports 1140–10/29/2012

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Depth Could Be Problem For Arizona Cardinals Against San Francisco 49ers

The Monday Night Game between the Cardinals and 49ers will go far in determining the eventual NFC West winner. Both teams are healthy for the most part, but the Cardinals have so many players banged up, that they will be in trouble if any injuries pop up in the course of the game. The biggest concern for Arizona will be the health of their quarterback who comes into the game already nicked up, and with an offensive line that has allowed the most in the NFL in sacks.

10/28/2012

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NFC Supremacy On Line When 49ers and Cardinals Meet

The Monday Night Game could be a hard fought game coming down to execution and which team makes the first big play, or can turn into a blowout. The Cardinals will hope that thier defense can keep them close enough for Larry Fitzgerald to make an impact, while the 49ers look to continue their winning ways and take control of the division.

10/27/2012

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