Rumor: 49ers now interested in Stallworth

Mar 8, 2007 at 1:01 PM--


ProFootballTalk.com's Rumor Mill seems to feel that the San Francisco 49ers are now interested in free agent wide receiver Donte Stallworth after finding out the the former Eagle has three offers from other teams.

From ProFootballTalk.com:
Receiver Donte' Stallworth now has three offers, and could end up with more.

Per a league source, Stallworth has received a contract offer from the Titans. He previously has received offers from the Eagles and the Patriots.

Despite claims that the Eagles have not made Stallworth an offer, we're told he was offered a one-year deal, possibly with a value of $1.5 million.

Stallworth currently is visiting the Dolphins. Miami G.M. Randy Mueller drafted Stallworth when Mueller held the same position with the Saints.

And we're hearing that the 49ers are now interested in Stallworth. At this point, it has not yet been decided whether Stallworth will visit San Fran.

We'd previously heard that Stallworth planned to make a decision by Friday. The arrival onto the scene of the Niners could change those plans.



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