The 49ers are virtually assured of avoiding the same dilemma they faced at the end of last season.
Next year, they will have at least one starting-caliber cornerback under contract when the offseason begins.
The paperwork has not been signed, but the 49ers and scheduled restricted free agent Emmanuel Moseley agreed on a two-year contract extension, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported on Friday.
The official terms and structure of the contract are not known, but Schefter reports the deal is worth $10.1 million.
What’s clear is that the 49ers consider Moseley as a starter.
And that means they head into the opening of free…
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