49ers showing serious interest in Davis; Bears interested in Hamilton

Feb 26, 2007 at 7:17 AM


KFFL has learned the San Francisco 49ers are showing serious interest in Arizona Cardinals OT Leonard Davis.

Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Sun-Times, reports the Chicago Bears are believed to have an interest in San Francisco 49ers offensive assistant and quarterbacks assistant Pep Hamilton as their next quarterbacks coach.



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