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Golden Nuggets: Raymond Ventrone, Michael Crabtree stitches, Judge Judy and so much more

49ers links for Tuesday, June 4, 2013

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Apologies for the delay on the Nuggets. There was a mix-up and they didn't get done earlier, so here you go. We've got as random a mix of stories as you can imagine. Jim Harbaugh appearing on Judge Judy was the most random story of the day, and James will have more on that in the next few hours. After all, it wouldn't be the NFL offseason without a completely random story like that to entertain you.

There was actual football news on Monday. Michael Crabtree had his stitches removed, and the 49ers signed safety Raymond Ventrone. We'll have a little more on that as well in the next hour or two. It's primarily a special teams move. Beyond that, the final round of OTAs are underway this week. The team will wrap things up with a mandatory minicamp later next week, and then the longest stretch of the offseason begins.

On to the links!

Raiders got Harbaalke’d – 49ers knew Al Davis wanted Colin Kaepernick (BASG)

Asomugha feeling at home with 49ers (Gin)

49ers sign safety Ventrone, one of Mangini’s former players (Branch)

Mangini to provide unique perspective (Maiocco)

49ers sign S Ventrone; Waive FB Schepler (Maiocco)

Wit happens: Levi Strauss is stealing my jokes (Barrows)

Michael Crabtree gets his stitches removed. Now what? (Barrows)

More special teams help: 49ers sign safety Ventrone (Barrows)

Rookie Report with B.J. Daniels (49ers.com)

Justin Smith ‘Indispensable’ on Defense (49ers.com)

Harbaugh Attends Judge Judy Filming (49ers.com)

Anquan Boldin will miss Baltimore Ravens' White House trip (NFL.com)

Advantage 49ers? Mangini and NFC West (Sando)

OTA-related thoughts on a Monday in June (Sando)

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