2012 NFL Free Agency: 49ers "Not Going To Rule Out" Signing Randy Moss

The 2012 NFL league year officially kicks off on March 13 when free agency opens. In less than a week, teams will make a mad dash to re-sign their own players that they haven't been able to bring back yet and they'll go after top-of-the-line talent to improve their team for the upcoming season. One of the teams that may make a run to improve themselves by signing a handful of free agents in 2012 is the San Francisco 49ers.

The Niners need another wide receiver to give Alex Smith more targets and one wide receiver that will likely be available is veteran and possible future hall of famer Randy Moss. Moss had a strong workout on Wednesday in New Orleans and according to The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrow, the 49ers aren't ruling anybody out.

From Niners general manager Trent Baalke:

"Everything's in play. I mean, we're going to take a look at all our options. ... We're not going to rule anybody out."

Of corse, Baalke didn't really say anything here, but the door for Moss to become a 49er isn't necessarily shut either. Needless to say, things are going to get interesting in a week.

For more on the 49ers, head to Niners Nation and for more on the Niners' offseason, follow SB Nation Bay Area's StoryStream.

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