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Following a quick yet productive visit to 'Nawlins, the Randy Moss tour continues on, as the free agent receiver has his next scheduled audition in the Bay Area.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Moss will fly out to San Francisco to work out for the 49ers on Monday.
This will be Moss' second confirmed visit after announcing his intentions to return to the NFL nearly one month ago.
It's no surprise the Niners are giving him a look, considering they stand to lose two wideouts -- Josh Morgan and Ted Ginn Jr. -- in free agency. Although he wouldn't be an end-all-be-all solution to their woes at the position, Moss could be considered an upgrade from what they trotted out onto the field in 2011.
GM Trent Baalke recently did little to mask his interest in the 35-year-old, increasing the likelihood they'll sign him.
“Everything’s in play,” Baalke told the Sacramento Bee. “I mean, we’re going to take a look at all our options. … We’re not going to rule an...
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Many people had come to the conclusion that Randy Moss was done in the NFL. After all, his 2010 performance really wasn’t anything to write home about.
28 receptions, 393 yards and five touchdowns in 16 games for three different teams. Despite the lack of production recently, it does seem that multiple teams are interested in the 35 year-old wide receiver.
The New Orleans...
Head coach Jim Harbaugh is going to come out of retirement for the San Francisco 49ers to play quarterback.
Well, for one day, at least.
Free agent wide receiver Randy Moss, who sat out all of last season after announcing his reserved retirement, will work out for the 49ers on Monday, one week after holding what was described as an impressive showing with the New Orleans...
The NFL threw the Washington Redskins for a loss by removing $36 million in salary cap for the way the team front-loaded players' contracts during the 2010 uncapped year.
This bombshell comes on the eve of the NFL 2012 League Year when teams open negotiations for free agent players. Washington was thought to be a big mover in this market. In fact, fans counted on that.
A person with knowledge of the negotiations says Randy Moss is back in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers.
ESPN first reported the move by the 49ers, who also have been mentioned in the Peyton Manning sweepstakes.
Moss agreed to a one-year deal Monday with the reigning NFC West champions, according to a person who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because...
After announcing on his Ustream channel that he wanted to return to the NFL, Randy Moss will indeed get his wish. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Moss will make his return with the 49ers.Moss reportedly agreed to a one year deal after working out for the 49ers today. And though signed quarterback couldn’t throw to Moss, head coach Jim Harbaugh filled in and the 49ers obviously...
Randy Moss is back in the NFL, this time with the San Francisco 49ers. He said he is ready to accept the challenge, still has a passion for football and has gotten a bad rap from “the worldwide sports media.”
Maybe next year? ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Browns offered at least three first round picks to the Rams to move up two slots in April’s draft for the chance to draft Robert Griffin III, “and possibly even the second-round pick.” SI’s Peter King tweeted that “Cleveland was in it, but didn’t want to give three ones and a 2.” Schefter added that, “Cleveland...
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The San Francisco 49ers and Randy Moss agree to a one year deal. Moss must of made an impression on Harbaugh who spent the day throwing passes to him. The real question around the stick is who is going to be throwing passes in San Francisco this year. Alex Smith told Kim Coyle of CBS-5 that he was working the details with the Niners to sign a new contract. But my question is that...
Free agent WR Randy Moss apparently had another impressive workout, after just 15 minutes.
The Houston Texans have reportedly cut backup quarterback Matt Leinart. The former Heisman trophy winner and 10th pick in the 2006 draft will now try to kick-start his career somewhere else.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Atlanta Falcons worked out free agent linebacker Lofa Tatupu on Friday.
Just last month, Tatupu worked out for the Saints and Titans. In the end, it looks like neither team was interested.
Tatupu was released by the Seahawks prior to the 2011 season and decided to take the year off to rest up and make sure his body is ready to play football again.