The San Francisco 49ers still have moves they need to make in order to establish themselves as the best team in the NFC.
The 49ers started free agency with a big splash — signing future Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss to a one-year deal. There's no guaranteed money in Moss' contract, which makes the deal a low-risk, high-reward situation. If Moss acts up, the 49ers could cut him before he even plays a game without paying him a dime.
The 49ers also re-signed Pro Bowl cornerback Carlos Rogers and linebacker Tavares Gooden. In a surprising move, the 49ers also signed unrestricted free agent cornerback Perrish Cox.
Free agency has just started, and the 49ers still have moves to make.
Here's a list of four moves the 49ers need to make in free agency: