Frank Gore’s thoughts on 49ers’ free agency moves

Mar 14, 2012 at 2:06 PM--


Janie McCauley, a northern California Associated Press writer, shares the following Frank Gore quotes on her Twitter account (@JanieMcCAP).

"I'm excited about all the moves they made, especially keeping the defense the same. It was one of the best def last yr."

"Signing Randy Moss is really big for us. People have to respect him because of what he's done in this league as one of the best WR."

"Coach Harbaugh and Trent Baalke, they have a great eye for talent."

Gore on Alex Smith:

"He went through a whole lot, man. I think Alex is going to take his game to a whole other level."

Gore on Joshua Morgan signing with the Redskins:

"Happy for Josh. I wish we could have had him. He's getting to play at home and getting paid some money."





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