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Harbaugh sticking with Akers
David Akers was forced to ward off Billy Cundiff to keep his job. On Thursday, Jim Harbaugh revealed Akers won the battle.
Matt & Mindi: How much play time for Patrick Willis?
Matt & Mindi discuss how the Packers might be able to neutralize Patrick Willis, and comment on the ongoing kicker battle between David Akers and Billy Cundiff .
Cundiff isn't keeping tabs on his competition
Billy Cundiff may be in a fierce battle with David Akers, but he has no clue how his competition is faring.
Wakeup Call: No gain, plenty of pain for 'Skins and RGIII
confirmed when Chris Clemons was ruled out for the rest of the playoffs. (AP) Maybe it's me, but counting on Billy Cundiff to save the day doesn't seem like an optimal strategy. (CSN Bay Area) Don't expect to see Willis McGahee on
Cundiff makes Candlestick debut
In photos posted on the Candlestick Park Stadium Tours Facebook page Monday night, Billy Cundiff was the only 49ers kicker to work out at the team's home stadium Monday afternoon.
Lee accustomed to holding for both sides
Andy Lee has held for six kickers, three left-footed and three right-footed, during his career. So the 49ers' punter/holder has no issue switching between lefty David Akers and righty Billy Cundiff in practice.
Kicking competition heads to Candlestick
David Akers and challenger Billy Cundiff are scheduled to continue their kicking competition Monday at Candlestick Park, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said.
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overtime loss to the New York Giants.The 38-year-old Akers also revealed Thursday -- when newly signed kicker Billy Cundiff practiced alongside him in what has become a competition -- that he underwent double hernia surgery last February
Cundiff gets off to 'not bad' start in competition with Akers
David Akers and Billy Cundiff share the same kicking coach. So, is this competition awkward? Cundiff : "You just accept it as part of the business."