The Jason Ross Show welcomed 49ers announcer Ted Robinson who talked about the 49ers off-season including why he doesn’t think Dashon Goldson will be return. He touched on the perception of Alex Smith since he’s […]
IT’S KAZOO FRIDAY on The Jason Ross Show! We talk about Mitch Richmond wanting a front-office position with the Kings and Doug Christie told us yesterday that he would love to be apart of the […]
Although they lost the Super Bowl to the Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco learned a great deal from the game. They will use this as a learning experience and come back next year a better team because of it. The team did not reach their final goal, but continue to get closer, and will try next year to end the Lombardi Trophy drought.
Super Bowl tradition dictates that the coaches meet with the media separately two days before the Super Bowl. That custom was altered Friday because, after all, two brothers have never before coached against each other in the Super Bowl.
Two-time Super Bowl winning head coach George Seifert joins Jason Ross to discuss the 49ers keeping their undefeated Super Bowl streak alive and he talks about the job Jim Harbaugh has done with the 49ers.
Thursday on The Jason Ross Show we led off discussing Jed York’s comments on Alex Smith’s future with the team. Should the 49ers keep Smith? Also, what’s the ONE thing you would do with this […]
Four-time Super Bowl champion and 49ers legend Jesse Sapolu stopped by to talk about the importance of keeping the 49ers 5-0 Super Bowl streak alive. Sapolu also talked about the job Harbaugh has done with […]
Tuesday on The Jason Ross Show we continued our coverage of Super Week. What did you make of Randy Moss saying he’s the BEST receiver of all-time? Former 49ers kicker Joe Nedney previewed the Super […]
The Ravens came out of a three-game losing streak to make it to the big game in The Big Easy. December started off rough for the Ravens with consecutive losses to the Steelers, Redskins and Broncos. But as fate would have it, their lowest point became a turning point.
The Harbaugh brothers will become the first siblings to square off from opposite sidelines when their teams play for the NFL championship Feb. 3 at the New Orleans Superdome.
With the Packers up first, the San Francisco 49ers will have a very difficult opponent to get past in order to make a trip back to the NFC Championship Game. Although the key to success in the game will start and end with stopping the Green Bay Offense, the 49ers will still need to score the ball, and that falls on the shoulder of Colin Kaepernick. The reason for Jim Harbaugh switching to Kaepernick in the middle of the season was for the first year starter to take them to the Super Bowl, and it’s time for Colin to make his coach look like a genius.
Wednesday on The Jason Ross Show we talk about Ray Lewis announcing his retirement. Was his announcement perfect timing or too soon? Also, what athletes should’ve called it quits sooner in their career? Four time […]
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