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Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com reported this morning that free agent G/T Adam Snyder was meeting with the Cardinals today. Snyder drafted back in 2005 has played every position on the offensive line, but has neve quit got over the hump and nailed down a starting spot.
Snyder would like to be back and he is real good friends with LT Joe Staley, but if Baalke and Co. feel they can replace him, Snyder will not be back.
Last year the 49ers draft Mike Pearson and Daniel Kilgore and are hoping that both will compete for starting spots this year, with Kilgore the one who could take over the RG position. Which currently is vacated due to Snyder and Chilo Rachal’s free agency.
In other free agent news, former 49er Brandon Lloyd is meeting with the team and Matt Barrows of Sacramento Bee reported that the 49ers are interested in Cowboys FA Laurent Robinson.
Should be another busy day with two receivers drawing interest and the team still waiting on Alex Smith to hopefully sign his new deal. ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Over at our forums, one of our posters came up with this Alex Smith Signing Conspiracy Theory. After I read it, it sorta makes perfect sense. Explanation below…
I don’t believe Alex Smith will sign anytime soon.
Alex and Harbaugh are tied together, and I believe the deal is already agreed upon, minus one detail. The cap numbers.
Alex Smith is the consummate team player and I...
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers re-signed with the club by inking a four-year deal worth $31.3 million on Tuesday.
Rogers was named to his first Pro Bowl last season. The 30-year-old collected 44 tackles and six interceptions while playing on a one-year deal worth $4.25 million.
The ninth overall pick of the 2005 draft, Rogers has recorded 346 tackles and 14 interceptions...
The San Francisco 49ers have tendered one-year contracts to exclusive rights free agent cornerback and special teams player Tramaine Brock and restricted free agent linebacker Larry Grant.
Reigning NFC West champion San Francisco, which lost in overtime of the NFC title game to eventual Super Bowl champion New York, announced the moves Monday, a day before free agency begins. The...
MEN AT WORK
Below is a video from CSNBayArea.com of Randy Moss working out with San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. It looks like they’re in the middle of a construction zone. This is quite entertaining.
The 49ers parted ways with one veteran cornerback on Thursday, but one they definitely would like to keep around will soon sign a big deal to return to the team. Pro Bowl cornerback Carlos Rogers has agreed to terms on a multi-year deal that will make him one of the highest-paid Niners, while the player he supplanted as the team’s starting left cornerback, Shawntae Spencer, has been released.
Once believed to be the successor of Baltimore Ravens’ future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis, the San Francisco 49ers signed linebacker Tavares Gooden to a one-year contract, according to team’s press release.
Gooden is a talented football player—and understanding that the, then-32 years old, aging, but effective Lewis (now 36) was approaching retirement—Gooden was hoped...
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the San Francisco 49ers have re-signed cornerback Carlos Rogers to a four-year deal worth $31.3 million.
Rogers had a his best season in 2011 with 6 interceptions and is a key part of a stingy 49ers defense.
With both Rogers and safety Dashon Goldson coming back, the back part of the 49ers defense will remain in good shape for 2012
Hot News for CB Shawntae Spencer
The San Francisco 49ers have agreed to a one-year deal withwide receiver Randy Moss after his impressive workout on Monday. Moss caughtballs from Coach Jim Harbaugh during his workout on Monday but maybe he shouldhave been catching passes from Alex Smith. Why? Because Smith is the one who will be responsible forgetting Moss the ball in actual game situations and he better be able...
According to Adam Schefter over at ESPN the San Francisco 49ers have come to terms on a one-year contract with Randy Moss. This move came after the 49ers became the second team to workout the veteran wide receiver.
Why does Moss fit what the 49ers are attempting to build? There is a three pronged answer to this question and I plan to address them here.