WR Kassim Osgood will return to 49ers

Sep 8, 2014 at 1:15 PM--


After returning on Tuesday, September 2 and then being released on Saturday, September 6, the San Francisco 49ers will be bringing back wide receiver Kassim Osgood -- again.

During the 2014 preseason, he only had 4 catches for 13 yards. However, he played a significant role on special teams for the 49ers. Osgood was an undrafted free agent in 2003 and debuted with the San Diego Chargers.

Earlier today, the 49ers released unhappy running back LaMichael James.




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