Why the San Francisco 49ers Will Be Winners in Free Agency

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Why the San Francisco 49ers Will Be Winners in Free Agency
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Today's 4:00 p.m. ET kickoff of the NFL's free agency period is likely to be a quiet one for the 49ers' front office and its fans.

Leading up to it sure hasn't been that way.

Trent Baalke and Co. have been hard at work in recent weeks, locking up several key pieces from San Fran's tenacious defense of a season ago.

Alex Smith is close to agreeing on a three-year deal as well—all but eliminating the hopes of those who've been clamoring for Peyton Manning to come to Cali.

And as you're probably well aware of by now, the 49ers have signed Randy Moss. The 35-year-old veteran receiver worked out in San Francisco on Monday, not long before inking a one-year deal with the Niners. 

So what else does the front office have up its sleeve this spring? The deal with Moss likely won't take up much cap space, and the 49ers still have some spending cash.

While they're not ones to waste, there is some shopping to be done.

The next couple of slides will highlight what the 49ers' front office will do (or won't do) to assure they come out winners in free agency once again.

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