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Skins Sign Versatile Vet
But Fiore, who played collegiately at Hofstra, isn't limited. He has started full seasons at left tackle, right guard and left guard. He can even play center. He'll play guard in Washington.
The problem, and it could be a big one with Fiore, released by the 49ers this week because he would have made $2.5 million this season, is health. He's fine now, but he's coming off a torn ACL (suffered against the Redskins in Week 3), the fifth major knee surgery of his career. However, he started 50 of a possible 51 games before tearing his knee this past season.
Those who watched him describe Fiore as a solid player with an incredibly strong work ethic. Had he not been on IR, he could have played by the end of the season because he rehabbed so vigorously. And he worked out at the 49ers facility every day--and was working out the day he was cut.
He should fit in well with this line--if he stays healthy.
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