The San Francisco 49ers are looking for options to replace Michael Crabtree, who tore his Achilles tendon and underwent surgery earlier this week, sidelining him for at least six month.
One option, according to ESPN’s John Clayton, is free agent wide receiver Devery Henderson.
An eight-year veteran, Henderson has spent his entire career with the New Orleans Saints after being drafted in the second round in 2004.
He recorded 22 receptions for 316 yards and a touchdown in 15 games last season. Over the course of his 123-game career, Henderson has 245 receptions, 4,377 receptions, and 20 receiving touchdowns.
He is currently a free agent, and is not likely to be brought back by the Saints, so the 49ers could jump in and pursue him.
If they really get desperate, however, the free agent market boasts some options. Aside from Henderson, veterans Randy Moss and Brandon Lloyd still remain unsigned.