49ers showing interest in WR Darrell Jackson

Mar 7, 2007 at 6:56 PM--


Michael Smith, of ESPN, reports the San Francisco 49ers are believed to have a strong interest in working out a trade with the Seattle Seahawks for WR Darrell Jackson.

One AFC assistant coach said, "I doubt they could get a first-round pick for him, because of the injuries. I would suspect you could offer a third, but might have to give up a second."





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