CB’s Davis and Strickland cut

Feb 26, 2007 at 2:51 PM--


According to NFL Network, the San Francisco 49ers have cut cornerbacks Sammy Davis and Donald Strickland. This saves the 49ers $1,565,000 against the cap. The 49ers already had more cap space going into free agency than any other team in the NFL.



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