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TRENT BAALKE: SIGN THIS MAN

ESPN has reported that the Chicago Bears are going to release legendary return specialist Devin Hester. Hester spent the first 8 years of his career in Chicago, where he tied former Niner Deion Sanders' record for most return touchdowns in NFL history. A record 13 of these touchdowns have come on punt returns. The Niners could surely use a boost in the return game, and what better way to do it than with the greatest return man of all-time? He has shown that he still has the skills, as he led the league in kick returns and kick return yardage while also taking a punt back for a touchdown last season. I'm a huge LaMichael James fan, but even I have to admit that he has not wowed anybody with his return skills. Hester could get better field position more often for an offense that at times struggles to move the ball downfield. Think of him as a better Ted Ginn Jr. Let's just sign him and call him Ted Ginn Sr. Who knows, maybe we can give him some end-arounds too.

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