Bryant Johnson likely gone?

Jan 12, 2009 at 8:23 AM--


According to Pro Football Weekly on Saturday, San Francisco wide receiver Bryant Johnson may be the odd man out for the 49ers. The site had this to say:

Our Niners sources tell us that, due to the presence of promising, young WRs Josh Morgan, Jason Hill and Dominique Zeigler, free agent Bryant Johnson's days could be numbered in San Francisco. "And don't forget Arnaz Battle (who ended the season on injured reserve)," added a team insider. "Every year it seems they try to count him out, and every year he keeps coming back for more."



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