Now if you’re expecting a huge season from Manningham, pump the brakes a bit. The 49ers will continue to be a run-based offense, and Manningham’s numbers should be what you’ve come to expect in recent seasons — if they are even that good. Manningham would have had a chance for some bigger numbers if Manning had signed with the team, but not so much with Smith, Colin Kaepernick or any other quarterback the 49ers might turn to.
Mocking the Draft War Room
So there is a Live Draft tomorrow at 3:30 PST and I will be hosting a war room. So shoot me an email before tomorrow and I will be sending you a link. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the link so you guys don't even have to email me. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AnnGxG6Y_sevdHV1Y2Ztc09aYlJrVDJyQmh6M3ppNVE#gid=0
49ers' deal with Randy Moss is 1-year, $2.5 million with chance to earn $1.5 million more in incentives, ESPN's @AdamSchefter reports
"He was a lot different from the previous coach. He was, as they stated, innovative and creative in his approach to the game."
"An under the radar player who is expected to be a very hot free agent is 49ers receiver Josh Morgan. Teams are buzzing about the possibility of acquiring Morgan, who is considered a very good talent who should be available at a lesser price than the receivers on the top rung. The 49ers have been enthralled with Morgan for four years, but he never really had a breakout because of health issues and offensive ineptitude in previous seasons. A broken leg limited him to five games in 2011. But front office men see Morgan as someone with decent size, speed, toughness and play-making ability." --Seems like Morgan remaining in SF might not be such a sure thing.