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Joey Porter is interested in playing for 49ers

Feb 2, 2010 at 2:49 PM--


Tim Graham of ESPN.com reports that Miami Dolphins LB Joey Porter mentioned during a radio interview that he would be interested in playing for team out west and mentioned the San Francisco 49ers.

The other teams he would be interested in include the Cardinals, Chargers.

Porter would like to play for a team close to his family in California.

A previous report by Edgar Thompson of the Palm Beach Post reported that Porter has told the Dolphins that he would like to be traded during the offseason.

Information from KFFL



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