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Golden Nuggets: A.J. Jenkins Signs, Brandon Jacobs Repays Young Fan

Hello people. You guys are getting an abbreviated Nuggets guessed it...internet trouble. It's been a massively stormy day today and the internet seems to come and go as it pleases. Harrumph! So I'm going to get straight to the links with no explanations or none of that nonsense that half of you skip anyway.

The news for the day was the signing of first round draft choice A.J. Jenkins. It was only a matter of time before the deal got done and with the wage scale in place there wasn't much mystery surrounding the contract terms. So here is the official website's press release on the topic.

The other items of note in today's edition of the Nuggets are Brandon Jacobs repaying the young Giants fan who sent him $3.36 in the mail, as well as an interesting bit in the article on Percy Harvin. The article insinuates that Moss is trying to get him traded to the 49ers. I don't even want to imagine how dangerous our offense would be with Harvin in the mix.

49ers sign A.J. Jenkins. (

Late-season trend sustainability: 49ers. (Sando)

NFC West: More or Less. (Sando)

How the quarterbacks looked over the offseason. (SFGate)

Aldon Smith will be even better in full-time role. (NBC Bay Area)

Banks pursuing NFL dream with 49ers. (Press Democrat)

With challenging year ahead, DBs tested in offseason. (Maiocco)

Chronicle readers remember R.C. Owens. (SFGate)

49ers rookie minicamp run by top assistant. (Maiocco)

Contract isn't only reason for Harvin's trade request. (ProFootballTalk)

History lesson: Don't count Tolzien out. (Barrows)

Jacobs repays six-year-old Giants fan...with interest. (Barrows)

Taking stock of Trent Baalke. (Cohn)

Again, sorry for the brevity. If you find anything else, feel free to post it in the comments. Please comment on any of the above links. Thanks.

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