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1. QB Russell Wilson (Seattle): 3 years, 1.987 million remaining
You could make a case for Colin Kaepernick, Andrew Luck, and Robert Griffin here, but Luck and Griffin are making 3 times as much money as Wilson and Wilson has still two more years left on his deal before he becomes eligible for a monster extension, while Kaepernick will probably get one next off-season.
2. QB Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco): 2 years, 1.713 million remaining
Kaepernick will probably get a monster extension next off-season, but for now the 49ers can enjoy having him signed for less than a million dollars for 2013. He’s not necessarily a better player than Luck and Griffin, but if you take salaries into account, I think Kaepernick has to be the choice.
3. QB Andrew Luck (Indianapolis): 3 years, 7.198 million remaining
Griffin won Rookie of the Year over Luck and rightfully so and he’s also a little bit cheaper than Luck, but long term, I think it’d rather have Luck than...
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We mentioned earlier today that the San Francisco 49ers didn’t use the franchise tag on safety Dashon Goldson and that he’ll likely hit the free agent market.
49ers’ fans shouldn’t get their hopes up about him returing because ESPN’s Adam Schefter says that “Goldson’s going to be gone.”
Once again, with Goldson looking for $8 million per season, the 49ers won’t...
We suppose statistics are just that, but the odds of the San Francisco 49ers returning to the Super Bowl and winning are 4.34 percent. According to Eric Branch of sfgate.com, Super Bowl losers don't fare well in the following season after a trip to the big game.
The 49ers have 12 selections in the 2013 draft, and expect that total to rise to 15 when the compensation picks...
According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, San Francisco 49ers safety Dashon Goldson is looking to make $8 million per season once he hits the free agent market next week.
It continues to look like the 49ers aren’t willing to give Goldson the kind of money he’s asking for and I don’t see them using the franchise tag on him for a second straight season.
A not so cryptic Tweet was sent out by Randy Moss which shows that his career in San Francisco is over, but will his time in the NFL also be over? We love the wide receiver, but would hate to see the big fella spend another year on in the NFL not being productive.
According to ESPN:
Moss had 28 receptions for 434 yards and three touchdowns in 2012 for the NFC champion 49ers. He...
Randy Moss‘ tenure with the San Francisco 49ers may be short-lived.
Pro Football Talk reported Saturday that the 49ers made it clear at the Combine that they were not intending to bring back Moss next season.
Moss seemed to be disappointed with his lack of playing time, even though he didn’t vocally complain most of the season. Moss said in January that he wants to play another...
From the not surprising department, Adam Caplan is reporting per a source that kicker David Akers will be released before the start of free agency.#49ers are expected to release K David Akers before free agency starts, per source.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 4, 2013David Akers is scheduled to make $3 million this year, that along with the piss poor season he had in 2012, this...
Randy Moss, part of the 49ers NFC Championship team this past season, has seemingly hinted that IF he returns for another season in 2013, it won’t be with San Francisco. The Niners have also made it clear, according to a league source at profootballtalk.com, that the team wasn’t interested in bringing Moss back.
For the most part, the usually vocal Randy Moss was silent for much...
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the San Francisco 49ers were making it clear at the NFL Scouting Combine that they don’t plan on bringing back wide receiver Randy Moss for next season.
This isn’t a surprise at all. Moss made it clear that he wasn’t happy with his role with the 49ers last season and let’s be honest, he’s not the player he once was.
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49ers receiver Randy Moss is about to hit the free agent market. He’ll be looking for a team this offseason to give him that “straight cash, homie.” But the Niners likely aren’t going to be that team.
It looks like both sides don’t really want to be homies anymore.
Here was Moss on Twitter Saturday afternoon:
Wished we could’ve finished the job!!thanks for the opportunity...
The San Francisco 49ers made it to the NFC Championship Game and made it to the Super Bowl in the first two years of the Jim Harbaugh regime; and they are looking to take the next step in year three—win the Super Bowl. However, history is not on their side. The last franchise to go on to win the Super Bowl after losing in it the previous year was the 1972 Miami Dolphins—Mercury...
Pro Football Talk cites a source saying that the San Francisco
49ers made it clear at the NFL Scouting Combine that they will
âsteer clearâ of the veteran
receiver and do not expect to re-sign him for the 2013 season.
The 49ers are moving to Santa Clara. Tight End Vernon Davis is making sure that Jamba Juice will be making the move right along with the rest of the team.
Davis has signed a store development agreement with the Jamba Juice Company that looks to enhance the brand's presence in the Santa Clara marketplace. The multi-year deal will see Davis opening two new Jamba Juice stores...
Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that free agent defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins will meet with the 49ers on Tuesday.Former Eagles DL Cullen Jenkins, who visited Giants on Friday, is scheduled to visit Seahawks on Monday and 49ers on Tuesday.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 2, 2013Jenkins is said to be drawing interest from six teams. He has already met with the Giants...