I was perusing some sites and got linked to the "Sacramento Bee." There is a 49ers Blog Q&A section written by Matt Barrows. Essentially....he was breaking down the 49ers FAs and throwing opinions out on what he think will happen with each individual. I got to the Tony Pashos section and got very intrigued. I am not a no-it-all about evferything football.....but I feel like Pashos was a good tackle for a while......I feel like with Jacksonville? Not sure how he is now.....but wanted to see what everyone thinks of an acquisition like Pashos. Is it a move in the right direction if they pull the trigger.....or just a band-aid? I would think he has to be almost 30 or so.....seems like it would be a band-aid to me!
--OT Tony Pashos : The 49ers will sit down with Pashos' agent at the scouting combine. Pashos has said in the past that he wants to start. The 49ers, meanwhile, are expected to draft an offensive tackle this year. In addition, Pashos' long-time offensive line coach, Chris Foerster, is now in Washington and this is expected to be a weak market for all players, including offensive tackles. The Redskins need offensive linemen, they have deeper pockets than the 49ers and they have Pashos' offensive line coach. All signs point to him playing in D.C.