49ers sign TE Finley, LB Butler, WR Jordan and LB Guyton

Apr 28, 2008 at 6:55 AM--


Josh Buchanan, of NFLDraftBible.com, reports the San Francisco 49ers have signed undrafted rookie free-agent TE Joe Jon Finley (University of Oklahoma), LB Ezra Butler (University of Nevada), WR Robert Jordan (University of California), and LB Gary Guyton (Georgia Tech). Terms of the contracts were not disclosed.





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