Duane Burleson/AP File PhotoReggie Bush has signed a one-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers.

Duane Burleson/AP File PhotoReggie Bush has signed a one-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers.

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

The A's have introduced 16 new players to their 40-man roster. Meet a few of the new team members. (ABC 7)

Wondering what the Warriors need to do during the season's home stretch? Take a look at this checklist. (Bleacher Report)

Reggie Bush is on the market this offseason. Should the 49ers sign him? (ESPN)

Sharks head coach Todd McLellan says the team needs to focus on games, not their playoff standing. (San Jose Mercury News)

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