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Attend the FIRST event in Levi’s Stadium PRICE DROP!
This is your chance to be one of the very first people to ever step foot in Levi’s stadium and see all that it has to offer. You will be able to experience the fan walk, see the concession stands, try out the MANY women’s restrooms and be the first to actually sit in the brand new seats. These aren’t just any seats either. These are the Legacy Seats with the $80,000 PSL. As most of you know the Legacy Seats (Now called BNY Mellon) are the most exclusive seats in the entire stadium! They include all of the luxurious amenities you can ever image having at a sporting event. Some of which include leather seating, field access, all the food and drink you can fit into your little bodies from the extremely exclusive Club. Remember only 500 people will have access to each of the elite Club (one on each side). You can be the FIRST one! The actual game/match tickets are AMAZING as well! They are front row at the exact middle of the field. We have ONLY 2 tickets left section 115 FIRST ROW. They are $200 each which is just a fraction of what it will cost to sit in those exact same seats during a Niners game ($1,800 each). Not only that you will be a part of history but you will get to witness another big rivalry between Seattle and San Francisco fans (minus the ugly stuff lol) Tickets MUST be purchased in pairs. If you would like to purchase these tickets please email Cat@LadiesOfTheEmpire.com. Payment MUST be made using PayPal. The tickets will be transferred to your name once payment has been confirmed. Enjoy.
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We have extra tickets for the draft party on Thursday, May 8, 2014 in San Jose. If you would like tickets please email Cat at Cat@LadiesOfTheEmpire.com
Ladies Of The Empire has been selected to be featured in an episode of a super-secret TV series of the San Francisco Forty Niners that is coming out this year.
We need as many LOTE as possible to meet up on May 24th at 2:00 pm at Jacks Brewery in Fremont (39176 Argonaut Way, Fremont Ca 94538) for filming. We need all levels of LOTE members. We need ladies that know “way too much about football” down to the “we are still learning” stages. This is for women only. Even if you don’t want to be featured on the show please come out and blend in. We want everyone wearing their Ladies Of The Empire gear or Niner gear that day. We will bring some items for sale as well. Let’s show the Niners Organization we have a voice and we want to be heard. Football isn’t just for men! The stronger/bigger/louder we are the more fun stuff they will do for us! We have to show them WE decide if the family participates in football NOT the men.
I need the bio to tell us how you became a Niner fan, memories, why is it important to you, why do you like being apart of Ladies Of The Empire, what do you want to gain from the group, how has being a Niner fan effected your life…….stuff like that. I also need photos of you growing up as a Niner fan. If you have any of those please bring them on a zip drive, CD/DVD, or originals (will get scanned and returned to you).
I will submit the bios to the producer and they will choose who to film and how they want the episode to unfold. We need as many submissions as possible. But please let me know in the submission if you are attending on May 24th or not. Even if you can’t please submit your bio’s to possibly be featured. Also Ladies I know you know other Ladies that are avid Forty-Niner fans. Please encourage them to join our group at http://ladiesoftheempire.com/entry/ (Remember it’s still FREE to join) and encourage them to submit to this project.
Please email Catherine at Cat@LadiesOfTheEmpire.com as we can’t do this without you!
One last thing……….remember is SUPER SECRET! Only tell Ladies
Here is the incite to one of LOTE close friends with lots of knowledge and “food for thought”. What do you ladies think??
Here is D.J.’s latest Mock Draft. This one doesn’t include any really big moves, but it gets us very good players at positions of need.
1st Round: OLB Demarcus Lawrence ( Boise State) in this scenario we stay at #30 in the 1st and grab one of the best pass rushing 3/4 OLB’s in the draft. Aldon’s future is up in air because of poor choices off of the field, and this pick does two things: it’s gives ano…ther stud pass rushing OLB to be in the rotation if we aren’t able to depend on Smith ( and while he serves his upcoming suspension), and if Smith DOES wake up, it gives us ANOTHER stud pass rushing OLB to use in our rotation. You can never have enough good pass rushers in any defensive scheme, especially in a 3/4 defense. If Smith get’s his act together and we add Lawrence as insurance……WOW! We will have an absolutely TERRORIZING rotation of pass rushing OLB’s at our disposal in Smith, Brooks, Lawrence, Lemonaire, Skuta, and Darius Fleming. This pass rushing depth will also help our secondary even more as well.
Rules may meant to be broken, but they seem to have been improved, at least in the NFL.
After a vote at the owners’ meetings in Orlando on Wednesday, the league’s competition committee has reportedly approved five rule changes.
Here is how each will or already has affected your San Francisco 49ers.
1. A rule that says a player can’t block an opponent by striking him in the back of their legs will be expanded to include the opponent’s “side.”
While this alteration wasn’t directly inspired by the hit that ended Ian Williams’ year in Week 2 last season, it’s closely related. Had it already been in place, the Seattle Seahawks would have been penalized when right guard J.R. Sweezy “rolled up” into Williams, who broke his ankle early on in the game, his first career NFL start.
Going forward, this rule will help to protect defensive linemen like Williams when they’re at their most vulnerable. Some in the game are concerned this could significantly impact the run game, where offensive linemen are accustomed to using the so-called low block to their advantage.
2. The rules of replay will expand the referee’s ability to review the recovery of a loose ball.
While Williams won’t have his name attached to the previous amendement, linebacker NaVorro Bowman directly inspired the addendum to this new rule.
In the Jan. 19 NFC Championship game in Seattle, Bowman forced Seahawks wideout Jermaine Kearse’s fumble near the goal line and appeared to recover it before severely injuring his knee. TV highlights showed the All-Pro ‘backer down by contact with the ball in hand, but officials on the field ruled that running back Marshawn Lynch swiped the ball from him before the play concluded.
In the future, members of the 49ers defense will be happy to know that the referee has more leeway to make sure the call on the field is correct.
3. The game clock will not be stopped on a sack outside of two minutes.
Now a defense will not be penalized for bringing down a quarterback in the backfield when it’s trying to protect a lead.
4. Referees will be allowed to consult New York-based NFL officiating department members during replay reviews.
As a result, the review process is expected to be faster.
How will it work? This from NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino:
Yes, we expect it to speed up the process and be more efficient for us. We can communicate with the referee immediately as soon as he’s done making his announcement, we can start that conversation as to what we’re going to look at and what he is going to see. There isn’t that delay of getting over to the monitor, putting the headset on and having a 45 second discussion. We think it will be more efficient, accurate and consistent.
This is strictly tied to replay reviews. The referee is the only official that we can communicate with. We can’t communicate with the other six officials.
There will be a small group; myself, Al Riveron, the senior director of officiating, will have monitors, but there will be a small group of people that will actually be speaking to referees so we can adjudicate multiple reviews that happen at the same time.
5. The field goal uprights will be five feet taller.
Many around the league considered this change “a no-brainer,” but we wonder how it will affect the 49ers handy new collapsible posts system to be unveiled at Levi’s® Stadium.
During this past week the 49ers have made some moves in free agency..
They signed Safety Antoine Bethea to a four-year contract, he was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the 6th round of the 2006 NFL Draft. Antoine fills the void left by Donte Whitner.
Antoine Bethea, 29, has averaged more than 100 tackles in each of his last four seasons. Bethea has made two Pro Bowls and is a member of the Colts Super Bowl-winning team back in 2006.
The 49ers signed a 1 year contract with CB Eric Wright. In 2013, Wright (5-10, 193) appeared in seven regular season games and two postseason contests for the 49ers, registering eight tackles, two passes defensed and one interception. He also recorded the game-sealing interception late in the 4th quarter against the Seahawks in Week 14.
They have signed CB Chris Cook to a 1 year contract. Chris was originally drafted in the second round (34th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings. In four seasons with Minnesota, Cook appeared in 34 games (29 starts) and registered 120 tackles, 13 passes defensed and one sack. Last season, Cook played in 12 games (11 starts) and registered a career-high 47 tackles.
Phil Dawson (K) has been signed to a 2 year contract. He signed with the 49ers as a free agent on March 19, 2013, Dawson (5-11, 200) finished the 2013 regular season with the second-most field goals made (32) and points scored (140) in 49ers franchise history. He also set the franchise record with 27 consecutive field goals made (10/6/13 – 12/29/13). In the postseason, Dawson connected on all seven field goal attempts.
The 49ers have acquired Blaine Gabbert via trade from the Jacksonville Jaguars. He passed his physical and it became official on Friday March 14th. Gabbert originally the 10th overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft by Jacksonville, Gabbert (6-4, 235) has played in 28 games (27 starts) completing 414 of 777 attempts for 4,357 yards and 22 touchdowns.
Who would you like to see picked up in the free agency and what are your predictions for the upcoming draft?
49ers | Team had no interest in trading Jim Harbaugh Mon Feb 24, 12:59 PM
San Francisco 49ers owner Jed York said the team had no interest in trading head coach Jim Harbaugh when the Cleveland Browns approached them. ‘Not far at all,’ York said, when asked how far the talks progressed. ‘We had no interest in entering those discussions.’
San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke has made no secret of his preference for players with long arms. Baalke was on the record in 2011 praising 49ers LB Aldon Smith for having 35 3/8-inch arms, citing how it improved his chances of making shoestring tackles. San Francisco’s 2013 rookies averaged 34-inch arms. Wide receiver is a position of need for the 49ers, so they could show first-round interest in Texas A&M’s Mike Evans and Florida State’s Kelvin Benjamin, whose arms measure 34 7/8 inches and 35 1/8 inches, respectively.
This was written by one our our Niner Faithful. She contacted me to educate me on some of the pitfalls and challenges I may face while helping Niner Waldo. Please everyone read this……….What she has to say is very important. She works closely within the legal system and knows what she is talking about. It is her job to know. And please share and spread the word that we SHOULD NOT contact this MINOR directly anymore. It is going to create more problems than a solution. We have done our job and it looks like he will have a Foster Home VERY VERY VERY soon. It is because of all of you that he will have that stability and for that THANK YOU. We all want to help but remember some people don’t have the best intentions. We have to protect him as we would our own children……would you want your 15 child telling strangers on social media where they go to school or where they live??? I surely don’t want my children doing that. I know it makes it hard to help but at the bottom of this post you can find resources on helping. Trust I will make sure 100% of the money raised will go into a trust fund that is somehow regulated once he is 18. And if for some reason he doesn’t attend college or receives a scholarship I will contact each and every donor and ask if they want a refund. Thank you everyone for making a difference. You are all angels.