Golden Nuggets: Colin Kaepernick's rookie contract benefits 49ers greatly

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Monday, March 4, 2013 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of 49ers links from around the web.

Not much news to report, guys. Two articles on economics and the 49ers. One from BASG, and one from Sando. Other than that, there's only a few drips and drabs. The writer's have taken the lazy offseason Sunday off, and I'll use this opportunity to have a half of a night off, as well. I work too hard on these Nuggets. Backbreaking labor, really. Enjoy the few links...

Joe Flacco's recent contract extension shows you how much a good quarterback can set you back. BASG takes a look at Colin Kaepernick's salary over the next few years. Having a QB locked up at basement prices gives this team an advantage that few teams will share. | 49ers have a bargain in Colin Kaepernick (BASG)

NFL economics: 49ers' sustainability, Rams' plan (Sando)

Moss' teammates think he'll play one more year (PFT)

Upon further review: Post combine (49erswebzone)

MossWatch: Time to say goodbye? (Sando)

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