Ex-49er Lewis helping his new team

Michael Lewis was once a regular on the 49ers defense. Now he plays for the Rams. Lewis says he's doing his best to provide his new team with helpful information as it approaches Sunday's game.
November 12, 2010

Rams Add Lewis And Butler

To help shore up a defensive secondary besieged by injuries, the Rams signed former Rams cornerback Quincy Butler and former Pro Bowl safety Michael Lewis this week and released linebacker Curtis Johnson.
October 27, 2010

49ers grant Lewis his release

After learning that the 49ers wanted to ease rookie Taylor Mays into the lineup, safety Michael Lewis asks for his release. The team grants it.
October 4, 2010

Report: Lewis asks 49ers for his release

Safety Michael Lewis did not practice, and 49ers coach Mike Singletary says the reasons are personel. But now it appears Lewis has lost his starting job and wants his release from the team.
October 1, 2010

No Respect: Most-Targeted Defenders

Scout.com's Ed Thompson takes a look at the three cornerbacks, safeties and linebackers that NFL quarterbacks have gone after with no mercy this season. And he points out which players at each position are struggling the most when called upon to defend the pass.
December 5, 2009

Morgan shines in spring: A second-day steal?

Josh Morgan is looking more and more like much more than just a throwaway late-round draft pick. The 49ers' sixth-round selection was one of several wide receivers to be taken on the draft's second day in April who made an impression during the NFL's recently completed offseason programs. Here's a look at Morgan and the other top second-day receivers who shined this spring.
June 29, 2008

Should He Stay or Should He Go? Michael Lewis

The Eagles used to simply run Brian Dawkins and Michael Lewis on to the field as their safeties and not worry. This past season though Lewis stumbled and was replaced. Is that the way the Eagles will look at the future?
February 16, 2007

For Lewis, Helping Birds Will Help Himself

Michael Lewis had plans for a big season, but instead, found himself on the bench. Slowly though, Lewis has worked himself back into the lineup and continues to work himself toward a new contract.
December 16, 2006