This is actually a preemptive strike on the inevitable fanpost that will come out bearing the same title the moment they read this news story--except that this fanpost is not meant seriously.
Thomas hasn't been the same guy since he left Baltimore, but I'm sure there will be those who are interested in the guy because they've played with him in Madden, or because they know his name, or because he played for other successful defenses. The fact is that he has little to offer at this point in his career, and would be way overpriced. Besides all this, the NIners actually have young players who haven't yet peaked at the pass-rushing OLB spot, and signing Thomas would only hinder their development.
So allow me to thread-jack my own thread. (You can feel free to thread-jack it in other directions). I know that there are a number of computer-savvy types here, so I present you with the following scenario/question. I recently purchased a desktop computer after it became clear that my little netbook (an ASUS EEE PC 1000HE) was getting hella bogged down by being used as a primary machine and that my wife wanted a compentooter (as my Grandpa, God rest his soul, would call them) at home during the day. I now often take the netbook to school (I'm a Grad student) and write up certain documents that would be nice to have on my home desktop. Is there a way I could get my two computers to synch up and automatically transfer the most recent documents from one to the other? Right now I'm using a crude flash-drive system to transfer them. The computers are networked, and I have a router that can have an external hard drive connected as a kind of dual-backup for both computers if I install the requisite software. The desktop runs 64-bit Windows 7, and the netbook Windows XP. Thanks (and sorry to those who thought I was asking the question seriously)!