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49ers Need Plan to Replace Singletary

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Only two games remain in the 49ers' regular season and coach Mike Singletary still can't commit to a starting quarterback.

The York ownership better have a firmer plan for the club's future.

Regardless of how the 49ers fare the rest of this season -- even if it includes a trap door into the playoffs by virtue of the NFC West title -- the Yorks must be ready to spring into action. The time is drawing near to replace Singletary, find a new general manager -- correction: hire a general manager -- and eventually produce a new quarterback.

The St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals are the 49ers' remaining opponents on the field. But a gauntlet of 10 other franchises might be making coaching changes,...

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