Josh Dobbs Is Signing With NFC West Team

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Written By Maya Cantina

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After an incredible run to the Super Bowl, with second-year quarterback Brock Purdy leading the way, the San Francisco 49ers are hoping to keep their team relatively intact during this NFL offseason so that they can continue to be a heavyweight in the NFC.

Although the 49ers aren’t expected to make any substantial moves to improve their roster, with the team being stacked on both sides of the football right now, San Francisco is still making some minor moves during the offseason.

Recently, the 49ers lost backup quarterback Sam Darnold to the Minnesota Vikings, who are replacing veteran quarterback Kirk Cousins, who recently signed with the Atlanta Falcons.

With Darnold leaving a void in San Francisco’s quarterback room, the 49ers re-signed Brandon Allen and have brought in former Vikings quarterback Josh Dobbs, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Dobbs made a lot of headlines in the NFL during the 2023 campaign after he became a feel-good story in Minnesota while taking over for Cousins, who suffered a season-ending Achilles injury.

Although Dobbs only won two games in the four he started for Minnesota, he showed flashes of potential when given his opportunity, which was apparently enough to convince the 49ers to bring him in.

Along with bringing in Dobbs, the 49ers have signed Leonard Floyd, Yetur Gross-Matos, Jordan Elliott, and traded for Maliek Collins.

Despite not making any major splashes in free agency or substantial trades outside of bringing in Collins, San Francisco is still expected to be a force to be reckoned with next season.

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