Crabtree talks over for today

Oct 6, 2009 at 9:19 PM--


The talks between Michael Crabtree, his representatives, and 49ers team officials appears to be done for today.

According to Matt Maiocco of the Press Democrat, the two sides (which for some reason include M.C. Hammer) have called it a day after meeting at their undisclosed location (revealed to be a hotel where Maiocco has been chasing after anyone he recognized). All parties involved have left the hotel.

None of the sides, including Crabtree, seem to be willing to communicate with the press. Instead, they are doing everything they can to escape them.

Hotel staff informed Maiocco that Crabtree said "Get it done" to M.C. Hammer as he stepped into an SUV.

Maiocco, coming dangerously close to taking on a stalker role, had this to say on his Twitter:

The sides are definitely showing willingness to strike a deal. Clearly, this is doable. If it weren't, there'd be no need to continue talks.

Maiocco believes that talks will continue tomorrow.





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