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Sports: SF around the Internet

Here's a look at some things you might have missed in the San Francisco sports world Monday.

The Sharks' Joe Thornton is more concerned with winning games than media attention now that they're going on a seven-game road trip. (San Jose Mercury News)

The 49ers have been busy in free agency; here are some budget free agents they could still sign. (Bleacher Report)

How has Giants infielder Matt Duffy been doing in spring training? (Around the Foghorn)

The A's have suffered several injuries this spring. (I Sports Web)

aRaiders safety Charles Woodson said that the vibe in Oakland is crazy, with a lot of positive energy. (Pro Football Talk)

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