Frank Gore: 49ers must do better to win NFC West
“Seeing all the guys I compete against, a young batch, I can compare my speed and my quickness against their quickness. It lets me know that I’ve got a lot more left in my tank,” Gore said. “Pete is a good guy, he’s helped me out a lot,” Gore said. “I like coming out here to compete and see other top guys who have been successful in the league. I can compare my talent to their talent to get me ready for the season.” Besides the running backs, BPS sees its fair share of former Hurricane players. Along with Gore and Miller, former Hurricane and current Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke was one of the first players out on the turf Tuesday. He was joined by his cousin, David Van Dyke, a Tennessee State University defensive back and Booker T.
Potential 49ers milestones for 2013-14 season
Miller ranked 10th among rookie rushers last season with 250 rushing yards. Other drafted running backs such as Alfred Morris (1,613 yards) of the Washington Redskins , Doug Martin (1,454 yards) of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Trent Richardson (950 yards) of the Cleveland Browns had far more productive rookie campaigns and are safer bets as starters in 2013. Miller Time in Miami? 250/1 4th However, Miller has been praised by the Dolphins all offseason. Miamis coaching staff and front office are seemingly as high on Miller as Washington is on Morris and Cleveland is on Richardson.
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“I’ve been working with them since I had surgery on my shoulder and my shoulder feels great,” Miller said. “They have been doing a great job in the rehab room just trying to get my shoulder back strong and back where it used to be.” In his final week of training at BPS before he starts Dolphins training camp on Sunday, Miller put in more time in the rehab room than he did on the field. Miller said he’s been hanging out most this offseason with fellow Dolphins running backs Marcus Thigpen and Jorvorskie Lane. “It’s always going to be a tough training camp just going through preseasons,” Miller said. “But I’m ready to get back with my teammates and build a great bond and be successful in this league.” Miller, like many other Dolphins players, said that he has high expectations for the team’s new playing style this season.
Former Hurricanes Frank Gore and DeMarcus Van Dyke put in extra work
Bommarito says most players attend training at the Miami Beach location because its bigger and centrally located. With about 75 employees at both locations, BPS helps athletes with training in footwork, strength endurance, power, agility, movement, position work and aquatics. The center also offers nutritional guidance from a private chef, physical therapy , massage therapy , chiropractics and Pilates and yoga classes. The company also has programs for youths, high school and college athletes. Most recently, BPS hosted and trained Plantations Sloane Stephens before her Wimbledon outing.
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I havent seen an obsession with them like this since Ray Finkle kidnapped Snowflake and Dan Marino. kev86 says: Jul 12, 2013 10:58 AM RB2 target. hehateme2 says: Jul 12, 2013 11:06 AM Its refreshing to see players helping out others (on different teams) in the role of a mentor. Not sure how much this happens outside of the U. Frank Gore is a class guy and Miller will indeed benefit from his experience.
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Then again, a 2013 Super Bowl would surely help them, as well… As far as long-time 49ers, we have some big ones for defensive end Justin Smith and, of course, running back Frank Gore . Smith is nearing 80 career sacks and Gore will definitely hit 9,000 career rushing yards this season, which are awesome. I’ve listed the pertinent potential milestones below. Also, interesting to note: former 49ers quarterback Alex Smith will likely hit 15,000 passing yards and could hit 100 passing touchdowns this season. Just kind of cool, as I know a lot of us are rooting for him in Kansas City.
Workouts with Frank Gore helping Lamar Miller
Below are five reasons why we love Gore: 5. He Leads by Example Gore is a blue-collar worker who just goes out and does his job. Despite nearing the end of his stellar career, he continues to lead by example. Whether his team wins or losses, his personality remains unchanged. That consistent demeanor is beneficial to his teammates, especially when a particular situation is not going well. 4. He is Versatile Gore’s versatility is what makes him one of the top backs in the NFL. He can run hard between the tackles, turn the corner outside, block in pass protection and catch balls out of the backfield. Whatever the 49ers want him to do, he’ll do.
He is still expected to be capable of at least 1,200 rushing yards, but RBs LaMichael James and Kendall Hunter are expected to playing larger roles in the offense. Fantasy Tip: Gore remains a low-end RB1 for fantasy purposes, but his days as an early first-round draft pick are well over. Access more Frank Gore news and rumors Frank Gore Jersey by clicking here …. Access more Kendall Hunter news and rumors by clicking here …. Access more LaMichael James news and rumors by clicking here …. What do you think? Sound off!
Lamar Miller the student in workouts with Frank Gore
Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The Seattle Seahawks developed into a legitimate contender last season. The San Francisco 49ers were the team that won the NFC Championship and a trip to the Super Bowl however. But we were very close to seeing the two facing off in the NFC Championship game. The Seahawks have followed that up with a solid free agency and have gotten better adding key defensive players as well as trading for Percy Harvin. The Arizona Cardinals added quarterback Carson Palmer, and the St. Louis Rams used several draft picks to improve their team. The NFC West has gotten better. Its probably one of the best divisions in football right now, Gore said, via the 49ers team website . We like it like that.