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Alex Boone expected to report in the next 24 hours

Aug 31, 2014 at 9:27 AM


According to ESPN's Adam Schefter and citing league sources, San Francisco 49ers guard Alex Boone is expected to report to the team in the next 24 hours with a reworked 2-year contract.

Unhappy with his current contract, Boone has held out of training camp and preseason.

Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee states that undrafted rookie Dillon Farrell will likely be released to make room for Boone.
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