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2012 Free Agency: 5 Veterans the 49ers Should Bring in for Training Camp
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San Francisco is always looking around for someone that can help their football team. With one remaining roster spot before training camp, the Niners brought in free linebacker Brian Banks for a workout in mid-June, even though it's a pretty solid position group already.  

Jim Harbaugh and Trent Baalke are both advocates of competition and depth throughout the roster.

The 49ers are still one of the league's younger teams, which is good because the free-agent market is pretty dried up, left with mostly players in their 30s. But if San Francisco is looking for some late value, and they've got room, there might be some players worth a look.

Since the 49ers brought in Brandon Jacobs and Randy Moss, they don't seem to have an issue with age. And between Moss and Perrish Cox, time away from football doesn't seem to bother San Francisco either —that opens up some possibilities for the Niners to examine.

In the following slides, we'll look at five remaining free agents that San Francisco could target to compete in training camp.

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