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49ers aggressively targeting Asomugha

Jul 28, 2011 at 5:48 PM--


Mark Maske (@MarkMaske), NFL Reporter for The Washington Post, stated the following on Twitter:

Niners are said to be making an aggressive bid for Asomugha, although the Jets are now viewed as the front-runner.





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