The 49ers completed the last piece to the 2012 draft puzzle Wednesday when they signed first-round pick A.J. Jenkins to a four-year contract. Terms weren’t immediately known, though the max the deal could be worth in his slot as the No. 30 overall pick is $6,947,529, according to ProFootballTalk.com.
Jenkins was the last of the team’s seven picks to sign after the other six inked deals about a month ago. Read More
This should be a very uncomfortable offseason for Michael Crabtree as the 49ers have signed free-agent receivers Randy Moss and Mario Manningham and drafted A.J. Jenkins out of Illinois in the first round. The message is clear: Quit whining and start playing or you’ll be on the bench. Read More