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Commissioner Roger Goodell with San Francisco 49ers #10 draft pick Michael Crabtree (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
Commissioner Roger Goodell with San Francisco 49ers #10 draft pick Michael Crabtree (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images) /

Are you a die-hard San Francisco 49ers fan eager to share your opinions on the 2018 NFL Draft? If so, Niner Noise, part of the FanSided network, wants you to join the ranks and write for us today!

That’s right, 49ers Faithful. Niner Noise is looking for some additional help to cover the 2018 NFL Draft and all the speculation and scouting reports leading up to Round 1.

With the draft kicking off on April 26, there’s a lot of work to be done. The Niners own nine picks and will have to make some key decisions heading towards the offseason’s biggest moment. There are prospects to break down, needs to digest and plenty of other content readers will want to know about.

As part of the FanSided network, Niner Noise gives you an opportunity to showcase your knowledge to a wide platform spanning millions of readers across the globe.

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You’re the one who pours over hours of prospect film, reads up on the latest scouting reports and understands how each draftee might, or might not, fit what San Francisco needs in 2018.

What We’re Looking For

You don’t have to be an experienced blogger or sports writer to join up. It helps, but dedication and passion are more important. Remember, we here at FanSided pride ourselves on being fans first, analysts second. That’s why you’ll be dishing out content unique to the 49ers out there on the web.

The ideal draft contributor would possess the following traits:

  • Strong writing abilities
  • Thorough understanding of the NFL Draft process
  • Ability to break down prospects’ strengths and weaknesses
  • Willingness to digest hours of film review
  • Keen understanding of the 49ers’ needs this offseason

Your work won’t be limited to just the NFL Draft. If anything, draft season has already been going on for months. It’s a year-round enterprise, so you’ll be taking a look at specific prospects and determining the value, need and fit.

What You’ll Want to Know

Contributor positions aren’t paid, but they are an excellent way to build a writing profile. If you’re looking to get into the sports-writing business or just see this as a hobby, perfect! Niner Noise is for you!

Your writing skills won’t just end at the NFL Draft either. There will be weeks, even months of prospect-to-Niners breakdowns and all the evaluation that takes place leading up to the regular season.

And, of course, you’ll be encouraged to stick around and help us cover the Niners well into the regular season and beyond.

All you have to do is head over to to sign up today.

If accepted, you’ll join one of the fastest-growing sports blogs on the web. And you’ll watch your own sports-writing portfolio grow.

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We look forward to hearing from you!