49ers to pursue Cardinals’ OT Leonard Davis?

Feb 9, 2007 at 3:13 PM--


John Clayton wrote the following in an article for ESPN.com that focuses on the 2007 season:

The Cardinals expect to lose left tackle Leonard Davis to San Francisco or Dallas, so they will be in the market for the left tackle.

Could the 49ers really be looking to beef up their offensive line with the 6'6", 366 pound tackle? Davis has 6 years of NFL experience and has spent his entire career with Arizona. He has played in 91 games.

When discussing Ravens linebacker Adalius Thomas, who was already known to be on Nolan's radar, he had this to say:

If [the Ravens] don't franchise him, he could leave for the 49ers and reunite with Mike Nolan, the former Ravens defensive coordinator.



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