Andre Carter set to sign with Redskins; Brandon Moore signs 5-year deal

Mar 13, 2006 at 2:05 PM--


According to Adam Schefter of NFL.com, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Andre Carter is scheduled to fly to Washington to sign a six-year deal worth approximately $30 million. Carter was drafted in 2001 by the 49ers and has spent his entire career with the team.

49ers sign Brandon Moore to 5-year deal

According to ESPN, the San Francisco 49ers have re-signed linebacker Brandon Moore to a 5-year, $8 million deal.

From ESPN:

Coach Mike Nolan knew it was going to be tough to lose linebacker Julian Peterson in free agency, but he felt good about the remaining group of linebackers, including rapidly developing Brandon Moore.

Moore can play inside or outside as a versatile linebacker. The 49ers still have hopes of getting Peterson back if he doesn't find a market. He's asking for big signing-bonus money, but he has yet to make a visit since the start of free agency.



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