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Friday, September 14, 2007

Deactivated Tackle Harris Bracing For Possible Trade

By Matthew Barrows - Sacramento Bee Staff Writer

Tackle Kwame Harris said Wednesday he is mentally preparing for playing in a different city. The question is how soon that will occur.

While Harris was on the sideline Monday -- he was one of eight players the 49ers deactivated -- two other teams, the Washington Redskins and St. Louis Rams, learned they would be without their own starting tackles for the rest of the season. Washington right tackle Jon Jansen dislocated his ankle when a Miami defender crashed into him from behind. Meanwhile, Rams perennial Pro Bowl player Orlando Pace is out with a shoulder injury.

San Francisco personnel chief Scot McCloughan said Wednesday no team officially has contacted the 49ers about trading for Harris. But the suspicion is that will change. "It's really going to be up to the 49ers and how they value Kwame and what they're offered," said Harris' agent, Ryan Tollner. Harris, who becomes a free agent in March, lost his starting job to first-round draft pick Joe Staley in the final week of the exhibition season. Tollner, however, noted that Harris had his best training camp since being drafted 26th overall in 2003. "He's a 25-year-old with 44 starts," Tollner said. "He's still improving. I think that Kwame's best football is still ahead of him."
Harris said his value as a free agent certainly would rise if he played this season. Still, after three years at Stanford and four more with the 49ers, he's not sure he wants to leave.

- My only hope is that after a first round pick was invested in him, that they get back at least a 3rd round pick or some further help at wide-out in return, but make it worth while.-

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