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Brandon Lloyd’s Contract With The 49ers Believed To Be Worth The Veteran Minimum

 

According to Mike Florio of Pro Football TalkBrandon Lloyd‘s contract with the 49ers is believed to be a one-year deal worth the veteran minimum.

  • Florio adds that Lloyd’s contract could include some incentives as well.

The 49ers were reportedly looking for more competition at their No. 3 receiver position to go along with second-year receiver Quinton Pattonso it appears as though Lloyd could be a decent position to secure the job in training camp.

Lloyd, 32, wound up sitting out the entire 2013 season after he was released by the Patriots back in March of last year. There was some minimal interest in him, but nothing ever progressed all that far.

In 2012, Lloyd appeared in all 16 games for New England and caught 74 passes for 911 yards receiving and four touchdowns.

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