Perhaps Michael Crabtree was right all along. Perhaps he was never meant to fall to No. 10 and get drafted by the 49ers. Maybe he was meant to fall further, into the hands of a team that wanted to air out the ball and put the Texas Tech receiver on SportsCenter five or six times during the season's course. Or, what if there's some truth to those highly-suspect rumors that this is all about Crabtree's Subway Restaurants deal—you know, the one where he has to make 10,000 receptions and notch 34 TDs this season in order to squeeze every penny from the endorsement. Could it be that the 49ers flapped their gums too much in the pre-season, talking about Frank Gore and their smash-mouth running game? What glitzy rookie WR would want to show up at a training camp where the work-horses get th ...
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