Parys Haralson with remaining contract
Manningham with current contract
Goodwin with current contract
Soap- 2 years 3.5 million
Dashon Goldson- this time he will get paid in FA
Akers- just go
Walker- he will get paid in FA
RJF- what can I say teams love FA that just played in the SB
None- I think we wait for more players to be cut or released and go that route again as we should get three more comp picks next year in the same rounds if we don't sign any FAs and with all the picks and talent on this team we don't need to.
Anthony Davis 4 years 38 million 16million signing bonus added to his current contract
Michael Crabtree 6 years 63million 22million signing bonus added to his current contract
Justin Smith add one more year, new deal becomes 2 year 19 million
Cuts- Carlos Rogers, if he doesn't restructure he will be let go as he did not play up to his contract and will probably only be worse next year.
Trade Alex Smith to KC for #34 overall and a 2nd in 2014 if A.S plays more than 85% of team snaps, if not it becomes a 3rd in 2014.
Trade #31, 4th, and our 6th to Indy for #24 overall
Trade #63, 5th(Indy), and both 7ths to Wash for #51 overall
Trade #93 to Houston for a 2nd in 2014
Ideal draft is to emulate Bill Walsh before winning back to back super bowls. Well Walsh traded down, and we already have all the picks without the draft day trades.- Fix the secondary, add a #2 receiver, a pass rusher and other starters to plug in. (DL,K)
1st-#24- Xavier Rhodes-CB, FSU
My favorite corner in the draft. A bigger physical corner with the speed and skills to be a shut down corner. Teams constantly shied away from his side of the field. He is very physical at the line and constantly harassing the wr's on their routes. Him and Culliver make two very good corners for us in the future.
2nd-#34- Jonthan Cyprien S, FIU
This kid should be called balls out!! Cause he is awesome, reminds me a lot of Goldson the way he attacks the line of scrimmage. He is always around the ball and lays the big hit. His hands and coverage also looks solid. He is an immediate starter on our defense, and has pro bowl potential.
2nd-#51- Jesse Williams DL, Ala
In his case the stats do lie. He was the cornerstone of that Alabama defense and their d-line. Every time I watch his tape, I see Justin Smith more and more. A guy who takes on blockers and is a force against the run. Him and Justin Smith will have fun in the weight room. And on the field he will only get better, as he only recently started playing football.He needs to develop more pass rush moves, and we have a great D-Line coach capable of that. He will be the starting nose by the end of the year and can take over for J. Smith when he retires.
3rd- #74 Aaron Dobson WR, Marshall
The most underrated wide receiver in this draft. He reminds me a little of T.O with better hands but not as gifted. He is a bigger and stronger receiver with the ability to make players miss after the catch. He can also make the circus catch as evident by the one of the best receptions I've ever seen in football. He probably played with one of the worst qb's in college football as well. Crabtree (Manningham?, Jenkins?) and Dobson give us plenty of options to use our wideouts throughout the game.
3rd#93-Traded to the Texans for a 2nd next year
3rd#(comp) - TJ McDonald S, USC
I know our coaches like our safeties to be interchangeable and he can play both spots just like Cyprein IMHO. He is of course Tim's son. Yes, I do believe he will fall this far as other safeties have passed him on the board. And yes I do think we get a comp at the end of the third and not the fourth. He will be Hitners replacement next year. He also provides major depth if something were to happen to one of our current safeties.
5th- Quanterous Smith- DE/OLB WKentucky
Lock this pick up. Im sure Harbaugh will take this guy because of his roots to this school. He is also a hell of a pass rusher. He is a classic tweener but the one thing he can do is use his hands to get off the OT and onto the qb.
6th#(Miami)- Dustin Hopkins K FSU- Yes the all time leading scorer in ACC history. This kid has a tremendous leg and this draft would not be complete if he was not on our team. I know I have a couple FSU players but their defense and special teams was superb this year. Hopkins will be a great kicker for us and the need for the position to be filled couldn't be higher.
7th#(comp) JC Tretter OG, Cornell
The niners have been linked to him, as they have many prospects, but there are only few guys this late they have been in contact with. He will get a look in camp. Besides that I don't know much about him.
7th#(comp) Johnny Adams, CB MSU
Don't really know what happened to this kid this year, but he has the size we like at corner and could definitely be worth a look this late in the draft.