Preseason football is filled with gaffes. Coaches want to get young, inexperienced players enough playing time to adequately evaluate them, veterans are rusty, and the wins and losses don’t count, so it’s really not that big of a deal. The 49ers and Broncos, though, took preseason football to a whole new level with not one, not two, but three fumbles in the 45 seconds before the half.

On fumble one, Mark Sanchez got sacked by Tank Carradine, and Sanchez lost the ball in the red zone.

Yup, that’s a Mark Sanchez turnover pic.twitter.com/ee4j1dD0gD

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At least it wasn’t a butt fumble. So that’s progress.

Mr. Brown and the NFLPA appealed this discipline, but the decision was upheld by a hearing officer.

Brown, 37, is entering his 14th NFL season and is No. 30 on the NFL’s all-time scoring list with 1,353 points.

“Her being pregnant gave me an excuse to eat, so eating anything and everything,” Williams told reporters, via Mike Rodak of ESPN. “She’d wake up, one or two o’clock, ‘I want a snack.’ Well I’m not going to sit here and watch you eat because I don’t want you to feel bad.”

The hits kept coming for Williams when he was hit with a four-game suspension in July for violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

When training camp rolled around in August, Williams still hadn’t shed the extra pounds. Unable to pass a conditioning test, Williams started training camp on the Non-Football Illness list until he finally passed the test and was cleared to practice on Monday.