Crabtree To Make Debut Against Houston

Mitchell TimpCorrespondent IOctober 15, 2009

SAN FRANCISCO - OCTOBER 11:  Michael Crabtree, the San Francisco 49ers first round draft pick, watches the 49ers game against the Atlanta Falcons on the sidelines at Candlestick Park on October 11, 2009 in San Francisco, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Just recently, Michael Crabtree has signed a 6 year $32 million contract. He had quite a hold out, going six months. Now Crabtree is set to make his debut October 25, against the Houston Texans.

Crabtree had a great college career, having 231 receptions, 3,127 yards, and 41 touchdowns, playing for Texas Tech.

Crabtree was selected with the 10th overall selection in the 2009 NFL draft, and held out for six months. He was the last first round pick to be signed.

Crabtree was expected to sign and hit the field as a number three receiver, and work some of his magic, and try to help get some wins for the 49ers, and in the playoffs.

The last time the 49ers made it to the playoffs was in 2002. That's pretty long!

This year the 49ers are 3-2 losing to the Vikings and the Falcons, both teams doing pretty good this year.

If Crabtree does well against Houston, I'm pretty sure he'll stay on the Field as a Niner.

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