Anthony Dixon not expected to return to 49ers

Mar 11, 2014 at 2:08 PM--


In case you forgot about him during this whole free agency frenzy, San Francisco 49ers running back Anthony Dixon is happy to remind you that he is a free agent too.

According to his Twitter account, he has some scheduled visits with other NFL teams lined up.

https://twitter.com/Boobie24Dixon/status/443492348446523392

It was never really expected that Dixon would return to the 49ers as the team has shown little interest in keeping him. Running back is one of the deepest positions on the roster for the 49ers.



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