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According to NFL.com’s Around the League, 49ers tight end Vernon Davis is willing to play wide receiver to help his team.
Whether Davis is lined up as a tight end or receiver, he’s a nightmare for opposing defenses.
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Vernon Davis had some compliments for the 49ers' division rivals. He says the Seahawks are building a dynasty in Seattle.
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