Banta-Cain signs for 3-yrs, $12.2 million; Steelers sign Lee to offer sheet

Mar 6, 2007 at 1:51 PM--


Matt Maiocco has reported that outside linebacker Tully Banta-Cain, formerly a member of the Patriots, has officially signed with the 49ers.

Banta-Cain signed a three year, $12.2 million contract.

Steelers sign Andy Lee to an offer sheet

Matt also reports that the Steelers have signed punter Andy Lee to an offer sheet. If the 49ers declined to match the offer, they would receive a sixth round draft pick from the Steelers as compensation.





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