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Mon, 23 Jan 2012 15:28:09 CST
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Niners cornerback Carlos Rogers, a free-agent-to-be, discussed his desire to stay in San Francisco, for the right price.
Rogers, 30, had a career-high six interceptions and earned the first pro Bowl berth of his seven-year career this season.
Here's Rogers on his future:
Q: Is it your...
The San Francisco 49ers have announced that cornerback Carlos Rogers and free safety Dashon Goldson will not participate in Sunday's Pro Bowl game due to injuries. Both Rogers and Goldson were selected to the Pro Bowl for...
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith and cornerback Carlos Rogers made it clear on Monday that they would love to re-sign with the Niners for next season.
Both Smith and Rogers were signed to one year contracts this past offseason and will hit the free agent market if the 49ers don’t get them locked up with new deals.
Smith isn’t in a rush right now to get a deal done....
Mon, 23 Jan 2012 15:58:07 CST
It wasn’t a huge story when Carlos Rogers signed a one-year deal with the 49ers before the season. The 2005 first round pick of the Redskins didn’t do much to distinguish himself during his time in Washington and his arrival in San Francisco came amid much talk that Jim Harbaugh’s first season as a professional…
Cornerback Carlos Rogers and safety Dashon Goldson, two of the 49ers' pending free agents, won't play in Sunday's Pro Bowl because of injuries, the team announced Tuesday.
In contract negotiations with the 49ers, it's a safe bet Todd France and Drew Rosenhaus, the agents for cornerback Carlos Rogers and safety Dashon Goldson, respectively, will include one key item in their dossiers: San Francisco's 2012 schedule.
Have you seen that thing?
The Niners will visit...
- And we’re off! On the line is just a trip to the Super Bowl to take on the New England Patriots in Indy!
- The Niners picked up a quick first-down, but the Giants defense held after that and forced the first Andy Lee punt.
- Good non-call on Carlos Rogers’ defense on Travis Beckum.
(AP Photo/Mike Albans)
With LaRon Landry’s health in question from the Achilles injury two years ago that is still giving him problems, it makes you wonder what’s next for the Redskins secondary. Carlos Rogers leaving for San Francisco didn’t help either. You have to notice the huge void left in that part of the defense. After last year’s draft, we can safely say that the...