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It looks like Harbaugh will get his Stanford favorite back on his team.
The #49ers will sign former Stanford FB Owen Marecic (just released by Browns), per league source. A Harbaugh favorite from the Farm.
— Kyle Bonagura (@KyleBonagura) August 31, 2013
Harbaugh on Marecic…
“We did everything we could to get him here and we came up short on that one,” he said. “Cleveland got an outstanding football player in Owen Marecic. Like Trent (Baalke) said, I’m going to be, in my mind, associated with Owen Marecic for a long time and following him and his career. I’ll be a fan because I love the way he plays football. I texted him and said we tried. It didn’t happen. That was one that we didn’t get that is a 49er kind of guy and Cleveland will be very happy with him and that was a heck of a job by them.”
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