Found May 29, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Getty Images San Francisco 49ers safety Dashon Goldson still hasn’t shown up for OTA’s since he still hasn’t signed his franchise tender, that would pay him $6.2 million in 2012. According to Matt Maiocco of the, Goldson is looking for a long-term deal that’s similar to what Eric Weddle received from the San Diego Chargers. He signed a five-year, $40 million deal last season. At this point, we don’t know what the 49ers are willing to pay Goldson. But, at this point I’m sure they’d just like him to sign his tender, so he can report to OTA’s.

49ers’ Dashon Goldson wants a deal similar to Eric Weddle

The 49ers franchise tagged Dashon Goldson earlier this offseason, but so far he has skipped all of the 49ers’ voluntary OTAs and reports say he has no plans to come to the Bay Area anytime soon, which sounds like a potential holdout. Now reports, according to CSN Bay Area, say exactly how much Goldson is looking for long term. Goldson reportedly is seeking a deal similar to the...

Harbaugh denies pursuing Peyton

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According to a brief mention in one of Maiocco’s latest articles. It looks as if Dashon Goldson is looking for a deal like Eric Weddle landed. Goldson has yet to sign his franchise tender, that will pay him $6.212 million this season. In order to get Goldson signed to a long-term deal he is looking for a deal similar to the five-year, $40 million deal safety Eric Weddle signed...

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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith has been mediocre throughout his NFL career and as close to a bust as it gets as a former No. 1 overall draft pick.Would some of my Eye On Sports NFL fans please tell me what the hell is wrong with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith!The mostly mediocre, near draft bust, has done absolutely nothing throughout his, but suddenly felt...

Early prediction 53 man roster

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Veteran WR Randy Moss has made his return to the NFL for the 2012 season, joining the San Francisco 49ers. The Niners were sorely lacking at the wide receiver position heading into the 2012 season and have added Mario Manningham to the mix along with Randy Moss and Michael Crabtree, a player who has yet to reach his potential. The early returns are in on Moss, and the results are...

Harbaugh insists Smith was 49ers' man all along

San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh insists the 49ers planned to have Alex Smith as their quarterback even while they examined the possibility of signing then-free agent Peyton Manning. Harbaugh ended his weekly meeting with reporters on Wednesday by addressing what he says is the ''erroneous perception that we were flirting with Peyton Manning.'' Harbaugh called the...

Jim Harbaugh denies pursuing Peyton Manning ‘it’s phony, erroneous’

It’s confirmed: Jim Harbaugh could sell a ketchup popsicle to a woman in white gloves. Or at least he’d try to if it was in the best interest of his football team. The 49ers coach spoke to the media on Wednesday and attempted to spin the reports that said the team pursued Peyton Manning in March. “There’s a perception out there, and it’s an erroneous perception, that...

Harbaugh says 49ers were not 'pursuing' Peyton Manning

Jim Harbaugh wants to be clear: Despite working out Peyton Manning, the San Francisco 49ers always wanted quarterback Alex Smith. The 49ers head coach veered into an unprovoked discussion about Manning and Smith at the end of his session with reporters Wednesday. "Oh one other thing: There's a perception out there and it's an erroneous perception that we were flirting...

Vernon Davis travels to Bayview YMCA; awards art scholarship on behalf of his foundation

  On the football field Vernon Davis is one of the best tight ends in the NFL. Away from it he has an interest in fine arts and helping other be successful. The studio art major while at the University of Maryland, who founded the design company Modern Class Design, recently showed his creative side with [...]

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