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will the 49ers be recieving any Comp Picks in the 2010 Draft

will the 49ers be recieving any Comp Picks in the 2010 Draft
I will post an updated analysis soon to show whether or not we are likely to receive any.
Not likely
possible.

we signed;

Jones, Norris and Evans

we lost;

Strickland, Bajema, Johnson, Sean Ryan.

If anything a 5th or 6th at the most.
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I think Ron Fields was a free agent when signed by Denver-he started most of the year as their nose tackle. He should get us something since calculations are based on salary and playing time.
Originally posted by Handfull:
I think Ron Fields was a free agent when signed by Denver-he started most of the year as their nose tackle. He should get us something since calculations are based on salary and playing time.

Yeah and Norris was a cut.
Would be nice to get one
We also signed Bly...but I don't recall if he was cut or not. I wouldn't expect much if we got anything. But yes any pick is better than none.
Originally posted by genus49:
We also signed Bly...but I don't recall if he was cut or not. I wouldn't expect much if we got anything. But yes any pick is better than none.

Yes, Bly was cut by Denver.
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Only 3 players that really come into play is...


Gained
Brandon Jones- 5yrs/16.5 million (3.3mill/yr) 8 games played/0 started


Lost
Bryant Johnson- 3yrs/9million (3mill/yr) 16 games/16 started
Ron Fields- 2yrs/5million (2.5mill/yr) 16 games/16started


Which puts all 3 players in the 6th round range. However Brandon Jones' lack of playing time could cancel him out altogether. or bump him to the 7th round range.

So we'll either get 2 6th rounders or a 6th and a 7th. I'd bet on 6th and the 7th.




EDIT: Fields is actually borderline 7th round range. Which would cancel out Jones and just leave us with a 6th. Unless Jones' lack of playing time cancels himself out altogether which would leave us still with a 6th and 7th.
[ Edited by krizay on Jan 4, 2010 at 11:59 AM ]
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Originally posted by krizay:
Only 3 players that really come into play is...


Gained
Brandon Jones- 5yrs/16.5 million (3.3mill/yr) 8 games played/0 started


Lost
Bryant Johnson- 3yrs/9million (3mill/yr) 16 games/16 started
Ron Fields- 2yrs/5million (2.5mill/yr) 16 games/16started


Which puts all 3 players in the 6th round range. However Brandon Jones' lack of playing time could cancel him out altogether. or bump him to the 7th round range.

So we'll either get 2 6th rounders or a 6th and a 7th. I'd bet on 6th and the 7th.




EDIT: Fields is actually borderline 7th round range. Which would cancel out Jones and just leave us with a 6th. Unless Jones' lack of playing time cancels himself out altogether which would leave us still with a 6th and 7th.
Don't forget Strickland was the nickle back for the Jets before an injury. Should count for something-possibly canceling Jones.
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Originally posted by Handfull:
Originally posted by krizay:
Only 3 players that really come into play is...


Gained
Brandon Jones- 5yrs/16.5 million (3.3mill/yr) 8 games played/0 started


Lost
Bryant Johnson- 3yrs/9million (3mill/yr) 16 games/16 started
Ron Fields- 2yrs/5million (2.5mill/yr) 16 games/16started


Which puts all 3 players in the 6th round range. However Brandon Jones' lack of playing time could cancel him out altogether. or bump him to the 7th round range.

So we'll either get 2 6th rounders or a 6th and a 7th. I'd bet on 6th and the 7th.




EDIT: Fields is actually borderline 7th round range. Which would cancel out Jones and just leave us with a 6th. Unless Jones' lack of playing time cancels himself out altogether which would leave us still with a 6th and 7th.
Don't forget Strickland was the nickle back for the Jets before an injury. Should count for something-possibly canceling Jones.

At best he'd cancel out Jones. But that would depend on his contract size most likely. As his playing time (9 games/ 2 started) also doesn't count for much in this compensatory case. I can't find the numbers on his deal. Only that he signed a 3 year deal.

If it's anything less than 2.5 per. I doubt he'd be relevant!
[ Edited by krizay on Jan 5, 2010 at 2:41 AM ]
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Originally posted by krizay:
Originally posted by Handfull:
Originally posted by krizay:
Only 3 players that really come into play is...


Gained
Brandon Jones- 5yrs/16.5 million (3.3mill/yr) 8 games played/0 started


Lost
Bryant Johnson- 3yrs/9million (3mill/yr) 16 games/16 started
Ron Fields- 2yrs/5million (2.5mill/yr) 16 games/16started


Which puts all 3 players in the 6th round range. However Brandon Jones' lack of playing time could cancel him out altogether. or bump him to the 7th round range.

So we'll either get 2 6th rounders or a 6th and a 7th. I'd bet on 6th and the 7th.




EDIT: Fields is actually borderline 7th round range. Which would cancel out Jones and just leave us with a 6th. Unless Jones' lack of playing time cancels himself out altogether which would leave us still with a 6th and 7th.
Don't forget Strickland was the nickle back for the Jets before an injury. Should count for something-possibly canceling Jones.

At best he'd cancel out Jones. But that would depend on his contract size most likely. As his playing time also doesn't count for much in this compensatory case. I can't find the numbers on his deal. Only that he signed a 3 year deal.

If it's anything less than 2.5 per. I doubt he'd be relevant!

Just found it. His contract is for 1.1 per/yr. Which almost certainly makes him irrelevant.