Well, that certainly was an eventful day in free agency, wasn't it? It's weird being able to say that while still thinking that the moves made don't actually affect the San Francisco 49ers all that much. The 49ers didn't want Perrish Cox back, Chris Culliver got overpaid, Erik Pears shouldn't see the field and both Shareece Wright and Chris Cook are just in the mix and not particularly exciting.
The biggest deal was the one signed by running back Reggie Bush. I think he'll have a significant impact on the field, even if I don't think he has a whole lot left in the tank. If he's healthy, then he makes the offense more dynamic just by being on the field. My only hope is that, if Carlos Hyde comes out the gate looking great, the 49ers don't limit him just to keep Bush at a specific touch count.
Let's get to your quick links for the day, either way.
49ers sign running back Reggie Bush in busy day of deals (Barrows)
49ers sign CBs Shareece Wright, Chris Cook (Gutierrez)
Chargers lose Shareece Wright to 49ers (ESPN)
Crabtree reportedly draws interest from San Diego, Washington (Maiocco)
An optimist's view on the 49ers signing Reggie Bush (BA Sports Guy)
Culliver gets $16 million fully guaranteed at signing (PFT)
49ers sign Shareece Wright, bring back Chris Cook to help restock CB corps (Inman)
Perrish Cox agrees to join Titans (ESPN)
Reggie Bush to 49ers makes sense ... as long as they use him properly (Gutierrez)
Is Trent Baalke fiddling while 49ers' CB position burns? (Gutierrez)