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How will 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers prepare for Sunday's matchup with Detroit wide receiver Calvin Johnson, the first player in NFL history with nine touchdown receptions in the season's first five games?
If Rogers follows last week's successful script, he'll study video ? on YouTube to brush...
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Cornerback Carlos Rogers can't catch a cold?
You could have fooled San Francisco fans.
After developing a hands-of-stone reputation during his first six seasons with the Redskins, Rogers had his third interception in three games during Sunday's 48-3 win over Tampa Bay.
Carlos Rogers is happy and excited to be playing for the San Francisco 49ers. Rogers spent his first six NFL seasons with the Washington Redskins and was often criticized for dropping a lot of easy would be interceptions. During his time in Washington DC, Rogers never recorded more then two interceptions in a season. He only tallied eight [...]
Mon, 10 Oct 2011 13:04:59 CDT
Even six-year NFL veterans can work on the most basic elements of the game.
Take, for example, 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers, who said after Sunday's 48-3 beatdown of the Buccaneers that he's been working on ? catching the football this season.
The subject was raised because Rogers, in his...
The 49ers are headed to Motown with some serious mojo.
Running back Frank Gore reflects on his dominant days at the University of Miami. Cornerback Carlos Rogers also has to go back to his days at Auburn to find a time when things were going this well.
Quarterback Alex Smith and San Francisco's improving offense are piling up points - as in 62 the past six quarters - while...
After a dominating first half week 5 is now in the books as the 49ers hosted the Bucs today and dominated the entire contest winning 48-3 and advancing to 4-1. The 49ers continued to play great football in the 2nd half vs the Bucs. Behind a rejuvenated home crowd the 49ers came out roaring! A combination of aggressive offensive calling, Frank Gore redemption and 2 Interceptions...