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According to Adam Schefter over at ESPN the San Francisco 49ers have come to terms on a one-year contract with Randy Moss. This move came after the 49ers became the second team to workout the veteran wide receiver. Why does Moss fit what the 49ers are attempting to build? There is a three pronged answer to this question and I plan to address them here. Value All indications are that the 49ers didn’t sign Moss to a huge contract by any standards. Instead, it seems that the veteran receiver is willing to play for practically nothing. While that might be a PR spin on the part of Moss, it is hard to believe that he would come in making starter type money. Moss comes in as another veteran presence for a 49ers offense in need of more talent. He isn’t necessarily going to be the primary target in the passing game. Acquiring Moss doesn’t disable the 49ers ability to go after a top of the line receiver in free agency. Instead, he is most likely a secondary addition to the team. Ne...
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