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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

WitP: Colt Brennan, Travis LaBoy (w/UPDATES)

ESPN1420AM.com's Audio Vault has a podcast of Bobby Curran's recent interview with Colt Brennan. He talks about the QB situation in Washington, giving up his number 5, etc. Here are direct links to MP3s of the interview: Part 1, Part 2. Thanks to Patty G for the heads up.

And unsigned free agent Travis LaBoy is visiting with the 49ers today.

UPDATE: According to Matt Maiocco of the Press Democrat, LaBoy has workouts scheduled with San Francisco, Miami and New England.
Free-agent OLB Travis LaBoy is healthy and will work out for 49ers today. He has workouts scheduled with Miami (Friday) and NE (next week).
UPDATE 2: Maiocco has some news and notes about LaBoy's visit.
All things being equal, LaBoy would love to play for the 49ers. He grew up in Marin County as a fan of the 49ers. But all things are not equal. LaBoy said the 49ers have better players at the outside linebacker position -- Parys Haralson, Manny Lawson and Ahmad Brooks -- so the opportunity might be better with the Dolphins.

But LaBoy said he is not afraid of competition, which is why he would prefer to sign with a club before the draft.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee has some quotes from LaBoy.
The biggest question about him is health. He missed the 2009 season after tearing tendons in his foot. The injury required surgery in May 2009 and the insertion of screws. LaBoy said he has fully recovered from the procedure. "I've probably been running full-go, no-restrictions for four months," he said. LaBoy also was suspended for four games last December for undisclosed reasons, but he said the suspension was served in 2009 and will not affect him this season. Still, LaBoy said he would appeal the ruling. "The suspension is done, the punishment has been handed out," he said. "Now we go to court to see if I was guilty or not."
And 49ers.com has video of his interview with the San Francisco press.


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