49ers interested in Bills receiver Eric Moulds

Mar 27, 2006 at 8:13 PM--


According to the Associated Press, the 49ers are one of many teams interested in disgruntled Bills receiver Eric Moulds, who has vowed he won't return to Buffalo.

Moulds has two years left on his contract and has the Bills' permission to seak a trade. The Bills have been trying, without success, to get Moulds to take a paycut.

Moulds is a 10-year veteran and has spent his entire career in Buffalo. His best year was in 2002 when he had 100 catches for 1292 yards and 10 touchdowns. Moulds is scheduled to make $7.1 million in 2006.

Buffalo is likely looking for a fourth-round pick or higher for the veteran receiver.

Moulds' personal adviser, Greg Johnson, has spoken with the Houston Texans (who has emerged as a likely candidate to trade for Moulds), Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots regarding a possible trade. Johnson named Kansas City, Denver and Seattle, along with San Francisco, as teams that have expressed interest.



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