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While the 49ers tout a league-leading run defense, the secondary has held its own and produced nine interceptions. Rogers' three picks equal the total of the Redskins' secondary.
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In his first season in San Francisco, cornerback Carlos Rogers has already collected as many wins as he did last year with the Redskins (six) and has established a career-high in interceptions with three.
In fact, things are going so well with his new team that Rogers has already determined...
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers will be going back to the place where his NFL career began. The 49ers will visit the Washington Redskins this Sunday and Rogers is trying to not think too much...
Carlos Rogers has found a new home with the 49ers. Looking for a fresh start after six unfulfilling seasons in Washington, the seventh-year cornerback has stepped in and become a key part of San Francisco’s rugged defense, adding a bit veteran “swag” to the unit. Rogers gets his first shot Sunday to go up against the Redskins, who weren’t willing to make a long-term commitment...
Carlos Rogers grew tired of the constant comparisons in Washington. All the questions about how he stacked up as a cornerback against Shawn Springs or Fred Smoot or DeAngelo Hall.
Good thing new 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh refuses to compare anybody. He preaches that his players only need to be themselves in order to flourish in his system.
And it sure is a good fit for Rogers, who...
After a dropping a string of would-be interceptions during his six seasons in Washington, 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers caught some grief from some of his former teammates this week.
Asked if he had any good stories about Rogers, tight end Fred Davis told the Washington media this week, "Him...
Thu, 3 Nov 2011 6:00:00 CDT
SANTA CLARA Carlos Rogers is in love with Northern California. The days are warmer, the sun brighter. The birds sing louder and the footballs well, they seem to be stickier.
Paul Sakuma Associated Press
Cornerback Carlos Rogers, who was blasted in Washington for dropping easy interceptions, leads the 49ers with three this season.
Former Washington Redskins cornerback Carlos Rogers said Wednesday he realized two years ago that his time in burgundy and gold needed to end
His contract was nearing its end, and he believed he deserved a big payday. The Redskins, Rogers understood, weren’t going to give that to him. The cornerback said he had seen players replaced by big name free agents rather than rewarded...
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“I haven’t had fun playing football after Gregg [Williams] and them left,” former Redskins cornerback Carlos Rogers said on the LaVar and Dukes Show Tuesday afternoon. “After that, it wasn’t fun for me no more.”
He is, though, having fun now.
There’s been a lot of chatter about coaches in this town in recent days, from Mike Shanahan seeming to put the blame for his...