Bill Cosby could design pass patterns for the 49ers' accountants' approval;
Wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin will stay with the 49ers.
For a price.
The former first-round pick who has 44 catches in three NFL seasons has agreed to reduce his 2014 salary from $1.4 million to $645,000, ESPN Boston reported. Baldwin can make up the difference in unlikely-to-be-earned incentives: He can pocket $755,000 if he plays 80 percent of the offensive snaps, has 65 catches and exceeds 800 yards.Keep running til you get past the Plymouth on the right.