49ers WR Randy Moss arrived in Santa Clara on April 30 for the start of HC Jim Harbaugh’s so-called “Football School,” a precursor to the OTA sessions and minicamps currently taking place.
Harbaugh does not take a leisurely, dip-a-toe-in-the-pool approach to spring practices. His “Football School” sessions were fast-paced, intense and eye-opening for newcomers not used to his hyperactive style.
Moss didn’t complain and more than kept up. In fact, Harbaugh said the 35-year-old has been like another coach on the field.
“He’s not a B.S.-er,” Harbaugh said. “He’s rock-solid. We just couldn’t be happier with him.”
It's a big "if," but if Moss can continue to be a professional, he can certainly help the 49ers' pass offense, which has also added Mario Manningham and A.J. Jenkins this offseason. This is good news for QB Alex Smith, who looks like he'll have a longer leash in the passing game in 2012.