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The San Francisco 49ers came up short on reported interest in wide receiver Duron Carter. Following that and cornerback Delvin Breaux's decision to go to New Orleans (after some reported 49ers interest), we've got a list of free agent wide receivers and cornerbacks.

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Welp, so much for the CFL route. Wide receiver Duron Carter has decided Indianapolis is the place for him, signing with the Colts. He actually made his choice a few days ago, according to reports, but the team officially announced the deal on Monday. The 49ers had reportedly been interested in Carter, as well as cornerback Delvin Breaux. The New Orleans Saints ended up signing Breaux.

There might be other quiet free agent moves, but for the most part, that settles things on the market until March. There will probably be some contract extensions across the league, but otherwise, the big action will get going when free agency starts on March 10. Teams can begin negotiating with March 7, but contracts cannot be signed until 1 p.m. PT on March 10.

We will be getting into plenty more detail about free agents as March approaches. In the meantime, given the 49ers reported interest in these two players, here is a full list of wide receivers and cornerbacks that will be unrestricted free agents this year (per NFL.com).

Wide receivers

Seyi Ajirotutu, San Diego Chargers
Miles Austin, Cleveland Browns
Jason Avant, Kansas City Chiefs
Kenny Britt, St. Louis Rams
Vincent Brown, Oakland Raiders
Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys
Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers
Michael Crabtree, San Francisco 49ers
Josh Cribbs, Indianapolis Colts
Marcus Easley, Buffalo Bills
Derek Hagan, Tennessee Titans
Leonard Hankerson, Washington Redskins
Dwayne Harris, Dallas Cowboys
Darrius Heyward-Bey, Pittsburgh Steelers
Jerrel Jernigan, New York Giants
Brandon Lloyd, San Francisco 49ers
Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles
Robert Meachem, New Orleans Saints
Denarius Moore, Oakland Raiders
Josh Morgan, Chicago Bears
Santana Moss, Washington Redskins
Hakeem Nicks, Indianapolis Colts
Kevin Ogletree, New York Giants
Kassim Osgood, San Francisco 49ers
Eddie Royal, San Diego Chargers
Dane Sanzenbacher, Cincinnati Bengals
Cecil Shorts, Jacksonville Jaguars
Brad Smith, Philadelphia Eagles
Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens
Brandon Tate, Cincinnati Bengals
Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos
Deonte Thompson, Buffalo Bills
Nate Washington, Tennessee Titans
Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts
Wes Welker, Denver Broncos

Cornerbacks

Javier Arenas, Atlanta Falcons
Alan Ball, Jacksonville Jaguars
E.J. Biggers, Washington Redskins
Zack Bowman, New York Giants
Tarell Brown, Oakland Raiders
Jarrett Bush, Green Bay Packers
Darius Butler, Indianapolis Colts
Antoine Cason, Baltimore Ravens
Chris Cook, San Francisco 49ers
Perrish Cox, San Francisco 49ers
Antonio Cromartie, Arizona Cardinals
Chris Culliver, San Francisco 49ers
Bradley Fletcher, Philadelphia Eagles
Brandon Flowers, San Diego Chargers
Josh Gordy, Indianapolis Colts
Danny Gorrer, Baltimore Ravens
Chris Greenwood, Baltimore Ravens
Brandon Harris, Tennessee Titans
Davon House, Green Bay Packers
Kareem Jackson, Houston Texans
Mike Jenkins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Rashean Mathis, Detroit Lions
Byron Maxwell, Seattle Seahawks
Robert McClain, Atlanta Falcons
Brice McCain, Pittsburgh Steelers
Sterling Moore, Dallas Cowboys
Terence Newman, Cincinnati Bengals
Chris Owens, Kansas City Chiefs
Darrelle Revis, New England Patriots (2015 team option)
Patrick Robinson, New Orleans Saints
Carlos Rogers, Oakland Raiders
Aaron Ross, Baltimore Ravens
Ike Taylor, Pittsburgh Steelers
Walter Thurmond, New York Giants
Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears
Cassius Vaughn, Detroit Lions
Tramon Williams, Green Bay Packers
Kyle Wilson, New York Jets
Shareece Wright, San Diego Chargers