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Former Pro-Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff was signed by the San Francisco 49ers.Fantasy Spin:Cundiff will compete with David Akers over the next week to see who will be the place-kicker. Akers was just 29-of-42 this season while dealing with a hip injury. Cundiff was 7-of-12 this season. He was cut by Baltimore, signed by Washington, then cut by the Redskins in favor of Kai Forbath.
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