Randy Moss Comes to Terms on One-Year Deal With San Francisco 49ers

Randy Moss Comes to Terms on One-Year Deal With San Francisco 49ers

On the same day that 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh was seen throwing to and working out wide receiver Randy Moss, ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that San Francisco has agreed to sign the veteran to a one-year deal. Thirty-five-year-old Moss had already worked out with the New Orleans Saints last week and reports came out that his speed and hands were still on point. He now comes to San Francisco, where the main receiver isn't a receiver at all, but rather tight end Vernon Davis

Our question is this: How is Randy Moss going to ever be able to play on a team led by Alex Smith? How is a receiver that caught balls from Tom Brady, one of the best quarterbacks ever, going to play with a quarterback that has been in the league for six seasons and has only thrown for more than 3,000 yards once? We can't see things ending well when Moss gets three games into the season and only has seven catches for 113 yards. Maybe this is only the first of two big moves for the 'Niners this week. Could a Peyton Manning singing be next? 

[via ESPN]

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