Finally, the 49ers have some breathing room under the $133 million salary cap.
Last week, the 49ers completed the signings of their entire 12-player draft class. And on Monday, they realize the cap savings from a move made on March 11 when the club parted ways with cornerback Carlos Rogers.
The move was designed a post-June 1 release, which meant that Rogers’ scheduled $6.6 pay...
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There have been some rumors that the 49ers may want to get rid of cornerback Carlos Rogers.
According to Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com, he doesn’t believe Rogers will be back in 2014 and there have been some rumblings that the 49ers want him to take a pay cut this season.
I don’t see any chance Rogers is back in 2014 under his current contract. There are some rumblings that...
After trading for Bucs cornerback Eric Wright, it sounds like the 49ers are ready to get rid of Carlos Rogers.
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, it sounds like the 49ers are ready to move on from Rogers.
I keep hearing the 49ers don't want to keep CB Carlos Rogers. Not sure why, but Eric Wright trade makes me wonder more and more.
— Jason Cole (@JasonPhilCole) July...
After Sunday’s blow out loss to the New York Giants, 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers admitted the Giants are now the kings of the NFL.“I just think coaches always let us know that we aren’t the kings of the NFL,” Rogers said. “The Giants are.”Once again Rogers had a hard time covering Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz and got beat all day.At the end of the day, the Giants...
After a week four thrashing of the New York Jets, one would think that the 49ers would be done with Rex Ryan’s group for some time to come.
That apparently is not the case as defensive back Carlos Rodgers continues to taunt the Jets.
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Carlos Rogers believes the Jets quit during the team's blowout loss to San Francisco, adding that the Jets defense looked like it "didn’t want to be out there."
Everyone knows that the San Francisco 49ers are a tough physical football team but did part of that toughness include some form of a bounty system in which opposing player’s injuries were targeted last season? According to NFL.com, in a recent interview on The Dan Patrick Show, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hinted that he
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers re-signed with the club by inking a four-year deal worth $31.3 million on Tuesday.
Rogers was named to his first Pro Bowl last season. The 30-year-old collected 44 tackles and six interceptions while playing on a one-year deal worth $4.25 million.
The ninth overall pick of the 2005 draft, Rogers has recorded 346 tackles and 14 interceptions...
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers will become a free agent on March 13th and is reportedly looking for a four to five year deal to stay in San Francisco. He’s also indicated that he’s willing to give the 49ers a hometown discount, but he also wants to get paid like a top tier NFL cornerback.
Safety Dashon Goldson is also scheduled to hit free agency and will look to...