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According to Mike Garafolo of USA TODAY Sports, the San Francisco 49ers worked out former Colts receiver Austin Collie. Another workout for Austin Collie today: The 49ers are checking him out. This after his workout with the Pats the other day. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) June 13, 2013 Collie worked out for the Patriots earlier in the week. Need NFL Tickets? The post Austin Collie worked out for the 49ers appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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To say the least the two have a distaste for each other would be an understatement.
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Jim Harbaugh is really liking what he sees in rookie WR Quinton Patton.
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The 49ers selected Patton in the fourth round. The Niners got themselves quite a steal getting him in a later round.
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San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Justin Smith says he’s coming along good after having surgery on his triceps.
He hasn’t been able to participate in full football activities, but after the torn triceps injury that limited him at the end of 2012, he has started putting his rehab behind him.
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If anything, the San Francisco 49ers' career rushing leader has embraced the milestone and sees it as another means of motivation.
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