Don’t Be Ridiculous: 49ers Aren’t In Turmoil

March 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Rumors of the 49ers' front-office shuffle have been greatly exaggerated.
San Francisco Chronicle and San Jose Mercury News columnists obviously didn't get the memo from the visiting Chester Pitts, who said, "Everybody has things that go on in their lives. In football, there are plenty of people who will step in and fill that role."

Merc columnist Tim Kawakami led off the Scot McCloughan stories with this headline: "Latest crisis points to 49ers' lack of stability."

Kawakami gets accolades for a sensational headline, whether or not a headline writer wrote it.
In his column, he wrote: "Scot McCloughan is out, the 49ers' front office is in turmoil ..."

He then referred to the organization as "declaring 49ers martial law. Hunkering down and locking up the compound. Handing out battlefield promotions and pretending that everything is fine when we all know that chaos reigns."

If martial law resulted in "locking up the compound," how can there be ...

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