49ers no longer considered a contender for Stallworth

Mar 10, 2007 at 11:12 AM--


According to ProFootballTalk.com's Rumor Mill, the San Francisco 49ers are no longer regarded as a serious contender for free agent wide receiver Donte' Stallworth's services.





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