Marquise Goodwin is giving back to those he loves.
The 49ers wide receiver recently bought a house for his mom and disabled sister.
Goodwin took to social media Thursday to share the news via an emotional video on his Instagram account.
If I’m not mistaken, the level of production goes: strikeout, popup, ground ball, fly ball, line drive. The production comes mostly from fly balls and line drives, so that’s what we want. I’m trying to hit a line drive first. And if I miss, I hit a fly ball. Ground balls, popups and strikeouts aren’t going to give you anything. It’s not necessarily rocket science.
I’m not trying to hit it in one specific place. If I look up, and they’re full-shifting me, and I only have one defender in the 5-6 hole where the third baseman plays, I have to let the ball get a little deeper. But the pitchers are pretty good, and that’s now a foul ball. I’m really never in the business of trying to aim for a certain area because I have to be perfect, and I’m not perfect.
McCown has the advantage of being the incumbent. Bridgewater is creating some buzz as the new veteran. Darnold has pedigree and upside on his side as the rookie No. 3 overall draft pick.
Head coach Todd Bowles and new offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates must decide what’s best for short-term winning without losing sight of the long game. Here are the pros and cons of all three candidates in a battle that will go deep into the preseason.
Fisher, 60, led the Titans to Super Bowl 34 after the 1999 season, losing to 23-16 to the Rams. He also holds the dubious distinction of suffering the most regular-season losses all time among NFL coaches (165, tied with Dan Reeves).
The Rams canned Fisher in December, 2016 after he compiled a 4-9 record. In half of his 20 complete seasons as head coach, Fisher’s teams were either .500 or within a game of .500, according to ESPN.