The 49ers' signing of Perrish Cox does not answer everything. Matt Maiocco says the team still needs another cornerback, among others things.More: Cox makes promise 49ers down to wire with free agents
Recently acquitted of sexual assault charges, CB Perrish Cox is out to change the perceptions after signing a two-year deal with the 49ers today. More: Perrish Cox career stats Perrish Cox news
The 49ers have signed embattled cornerback Perrish Cox to a two-year contract. Cox did not play in 2011 after playing in 15 games with nine starts as a rookie with the Denver Broncos in 2010.
The clock is ticking on the start of free agency. At 1 p.m., as many as 14 players who finished last season on the 49ers could be allowed to begin shopping their services around the league.
Even after signing Randy Moss to a one-year deal, don't expect the 49ers to give up recruiting for the wide receiver position.More: 49ers roll dice at WR Moss workout video
Randy Moss is looking forward to playing football again. He also wants 49er fans to know they can't get comfortable in their seats.More: 49ers roll dice at WR Moss workout video
If there's one thing we've learned about the 49ers under Jim Harbaugh and Trent Baalke, it's that the club is willing to take a risk at wide receiver.More: 49ers sign Moss to 1-year deal Moss workout video
The 49ers have tendered contracts to restricted free agent linebacker Larry Grant and exclusive rights free agent cornerback Tramaine Brock. But will Grant be wearing scarlet and gold next season?
Anthony Dixon could not help but watch as free-agent wide receiver Randy Moss went through a 15-minute route-running session on the 49ers practice field. Now, he wants to call Moss a teammate.
Matt Maiocco reports Randy Moss' workout began at 11:30am and lasted 15 minutes; Moss and team reps are now talking within the 49ers' building.
In advance of Randy Moss' workout at the 49ers practice facility, team owner Jed York took time to answer questions about Alex Smith's status.
The 49ers' receiver search continues today when Jim Harbaugh meets with Randy Moss. Here's a look at the rest of the receivers about to hit the market.More: Bargain shopping Meachem makes sense
New rules governing offseason programs will prevent the 49ers from having one of their players throw to Randy Moss during his scheduled workout on Monday. Enter: Jim Harbaugh.
The new cap figure is out, as our friends at ProFootballTalk.com report, and the 49ers are in good shape with free agency looming.
Alex Smith remains in the market for a new contract from the 49ers, and he is confident a deal will get done soon.