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Shareece Wright demanding release from San Francisco 49ers

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The San Francisco 49ers have had a far from ideal start to the 2015 NFL season.

With numerous influential players like Patrick Willis and Chris Borland deciding to retire in the offseason, along with the loss of head coach Jim Harbaugh, the 49ers were always going to struggle in the new campaign.

But they haven't helped themselves either, with Colin Kaepernick imploding on Sunday as the 49ers moved to 1-2 on the season. And things aren't getting any better.


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According to a report from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, 49ers cornerback Shareece Wright is already demanding to leave the team, just months after being signed.

Politics as Usual

Wright has yet to be active for any of San Francisco's three games this season and he was clearly irritated with Sunday's deactivation. Wright took to Twitter, writing "politics as usual", before deleting the entry.

Wright is losing over $21,000 every time the 49ers don't activate him for a game.

The Niners inked Wright to a one-year, $3 million contract in March. He made 27 starts for the San Diego Chargers over the previous four seasons, but the former 3rd round pick is struggling at his new team and it seems that he won't be in San Francisco much longer.

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