Niners still interested in Takeo Spikes

May 1, 2008 at 7:03 AM--


According to Monday's San Francisco Chronicle, the 49ers remain interested in signing free-agent linebacker Takeo Spikes, but nothing is imminent. Scot McCloughan said the team's interest in Spikes and Spikes' interest in the 49ers is "50-50."



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