Quick 49ers free agency recap so far

Mar 13, 2012 at 4:22 PM--


Here is a quick breakdown of free agency so far for the San Francisco 49ers, who like last year, appear to be taking a slow start.

Players signed

WR Randy Moss signed Monday 3/12
CB Perrish Cox signed Tuesday 3/13
LB Tavares Gooden signed Tuesday 3/13

Players lost

WR Joshua Morgan signed by Washington

On the way out

LB Blake Costanzo

Showing interest

CB Eric Wright (Detroit)
CB Brandon Carr (Kansas City)
WR Chaz Schilens (Oakland)





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