Free Agency Day 2: WR Jones signed, QB Warner to visit Monday

Feb 28, 2009 at 11:07 AM--


Updated 4:22 pm:

According to Matt Maiocco of the Press Democrat, free agent quarterback Kurt Warner (Cardinals) may be scheduled to visit the 49ers on Monday. The Cardinals offered a two-year, $20 million contract to Warner. His agent, Mark Bartelstein, is reportedly seeking around $29 million.

Warner passed for 4,583 yards and 30 touchdowns last year leading Arizona to the Super Bowl, where they lost to the Steelers.

Updated 11:07 am:

According to his agent, the 49ers have signed wide receiver Brandon Jones to a five-year, $16.5 million contract with $5.4 million in guaranteed money.

Jones (6-1), entering his fifth season, spent his first four years with the Tennessee Titans. Last season, he had 41 catches for 449 yards and one touchdown. He has 112 catches and 1,380 yards over his entire career.

Jones was drafted in the 3rd round (32nd pick) out of Oklahoma in 2005.

Signed:
FB Moran Norris (Lions)
DB Allen Rossum (49ers)
LB Takeo Spikes (49ers)
WR Brandon Jones (Titans)

Reported Interest:
DE Chris Canty (Cowboys)
DE Demetric Evans (Redskins)
DE Kenny Peterson (Broncos)
QB Kurt Warner (Cardinals)





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