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49ers bring back Josh Johnson, release Ventrone

Oct 14, 2014 at 1:19 PM--


Today, the San Francisco 49ers announced that they have brought back quarterback Josh Johnson.

To make room for Johnson, the team released safety Bubba Ventrone.

On Friday, October 10, the team had released Josh Johnson in order to bring back wide receiver Kassim Osgood.

On Tuesday, October 7, the team released Kassim Osgood to bring in Ventrone.

After all of that, the team is right back where it was just one week ago.



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