NFL Free Agents 2012: Brandon Lloyd Expected To Visit San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers undoubtably need to improve upon their receiving corps for the upcoming year and they have two legitimate options: free agency and the NFL Draft. While many have the team selecting a WR in the first round, it appears the team is starting to entertain the idea of bringing a big name free agent to the Bay Area. The latest name to be linked to the 49ers? Brandon Lloyd.

Fans may recall that Lloyd reportedly rejected a mid-season trade that would have sent him to San Francisco from Denver before eventually heading to St. Louis. And yes, this is the same Brandon Lloyd that ducks from footballs.

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The veteran receiver would certainly be a welcome addition and could provide Alex Smith with another reliable target to throw to outside of Vernon Davis, recently-signed Randy Moss and (potentially) Michael Crabtree. Lloyd has drawn interest from multiple organizations around the league and does not appear incredibly eager to sign, but this will definitely be a story to watch for in the coming days.

For more on the 49ers and to discuss their free agency plans, head over to Niners Nation.

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