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We Signed Pashos !!

he was by far the best guy available.

although my friend is a big Jags fan, and said Pashos isnt very good. lets hope he's good enough to make us better.
  • crzy
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The Jags drafted Monroe and Britton and then tried to move Pashos to guard, thinking that that would make their overall line more dominant.

Pashos clearly didn't want to move to guard.
  • crzy
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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/09/07/pashos-takes-step-back-to-take-step-forward/

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We've picked up some more information regarding the decision of former Jaguars offensive lineman Tony Pashos to refuse a pay cut in Jacksonville, opting instead to earn much less money with the 49ers.

Per a league source, Pashos didn't want to move to guard, even at a base salary of $3 million. So he opted for free agency, realizing that he likely wouldn't get $3 million on the open market. And he chose to sign with the 49ers for the chance to reunite with former Ravens offensive line coach Chris Foerster in San Francisco.

Even though Pashos will earn less than $2 million.

It was Foerster who helped make Pashos into the player who landed a big-money free-agency deal with the Jaguars. The goal, as we understand it, will be for Pashos to re-establish himself in San Fran under Foerster's tutelage, and then to make back the money he gave up this year once the 29-year-old lineman hits the market again.
Originally posted by crzy:
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/09/07/pashos-takes-step-back-to-take-step-forward/

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We've picked up some more information regarding the decision of former Jaguars offensive lineman Tony Pashos to refuse a pay cut in Jacksonville, opting instead to earn much less money with the 49ers.

Per a league source, Pashos didn't want to move to guard, even at a base salary of $3 million. So he opted for free agency, realizing that he likely wouldn't get $3 million on the open market. And he chose to sign with the 49ers for the chance to reunite with former Ravens offensive line coach Chris Foerster in San Francisco.

Even though Pashos will earn less than $2 million.

It was Foerster who helped make Pashos into the player who landed a big-money free-agency deal with the Jaguars. The goal, as we understand it, will be for Pashos to re-establish himself in San Fran under Foerster's tutelage, and then to make back the money he gave up this year once the 29-year-old lineman hits the market again.

I don't like that last sentence. So he will play this year hoping to re-establish himself only to try and get more money elsewhere.
  • AZ9er
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Originally posted by crzy:
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/09/07/pashos-takes-step-back-to-take-step-forward/

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We've picked up some more information regarding the decision of former Jaguars offensive lineman Tony Pashos to refuse a pay cut in Jacksonville, opting instead to earn much less money with the 49ers.

Per a league source, Pashos didn't want to move to guard, even at a base salary of $3 million. So he opted for free agency, realizing that he likely wouldn't get $3 million on the open market. And he chose to sign with the 49ers for the chance to reunite with former Ravens offensive line coach Chris Foerster in San Francisco.

Even though Pashos will earn less than $2 million.

It was Foerster who helped make Pashos into the player who landed a big-money free-agency deal with the Jaguars. The goal, as we understand it, will be for Pashos to re-establish himself in San Fran under Foerster's tutelage, and then to make back the money he gave up this year once the 29-year-old lineman hits the market again.

Cool, reunites with his ex-coach, all around good pick up, he can compete for starting time and at the very least give us a very backup for added depth
  • KID9R
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Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by crzy:
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/09/07/pashos-takes-step-back-to-take-step-forward/

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We've picked up some more information regarding the decision of former Jaguars offensive lineman Tony Pashos to refuse a pay cut in Jacksonville, opting instead to earn much less money with the 49ers.

Per a league source, Pashos didn't want to move to guard, even at a base salary of $3 million. So he opted for free agency, realizing that he likely wouldn't get $3 million on the open market. And he chose to sign with the 49ers for the chance to reunite with former Ravens offensive line coach Chris Foerster in San Francisco.

Even though Pashos will earn less than $2 million.

It was Foerster who helped make Pashos into the player who landed a big-money free-agency deal with the Jaguars. The goal, as we understand it, will be for Pashos to re-establish himself in San Fran under Foerster's tutelage, and then to make back the money he gave up this year once the 29-year-old lineman hits the market again.

I don't like that last sentence. So he will play this year hoping to re-establish himself only to try and get more money elsewhere.

Not elsewhere but the "market". So we could get first crack at re-signing him. If he can demand a larger contract that can't be anything but good for us.

[ Edited by KID9R on Sep 7, 2009 at 14:02:02 ]
The fact is we have another quality OT to store the depths of our line. He's already known as a mauler and fits in perfectly.

Nice insurance!

Originally posted by Twister68:
Originally posted by NinerGM:
Originally posted by NorCaL9er:
Awesome move! Give scotty some credit...

Not until I actually see Pashos on the field.

I gave Scotty credit for:

Jones
Evans
Marvel Smith
Convincing us we didn't need someone to upgrade pass-rush
Drafting Crabtree
---------------------------------

Let's see how that pans out first.

"No way that (Kory Sheets going to PS) happens. Another team is going to pick-up Sheets"

Expertise?

Don't follow the logic - waiting to see how this decision pans out has what to do with Sheets again?
  • Lifer
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Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by crzy:
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/09/07/pashos-takes-step-back-to-take-step-forward/

Quote:
We've picked up some more information regarding the decision of former Jaguars offensive lineman Tony Pashos to refuse a pay cut in Jacksonville, opting instead to earn much less money with the 49ers.

Per a league source, Pashos didn't want to move to guard, even at a base salary of $3 million. So he opted for free agency, realizing that he likely wouldn't get $3 million on the open market. And he chose to sign with the 49ers for the chance to reunite with former Ravens offensive line coach Chris Foerster in San Francisco.

Even though Pashos will earn less than $2 million.

It was Foerster who helped make Pashos into the player who landed a big-money free-agency deal with the Jaguars. The goal, as we understand it, will be for Pashos to re-establish himself in San Fran under Foerster's tutelage, and then to make back the money he gave up this year once the 29-year-old lineman hits the market again.

I don't like that last sentence. So he will play this year hoping to re-establish himself only to try and get more money elsewhere.

They didn't say "more money elsewhere," they said more money when he hits the market again. That could be here, that could be somewhere else. He signed a one year contract in order to prove himself. If he beats out Snyder and establishes himself, he'll probably want to stay in SF and we'll have the first shot at signing him. If he can't beat out Snyder then he isn't worth resigning. This is a pretty typical strategy for someone in his shoes and often works out well for both the player and the team.
Originally posted by ninertico:
The fact is we have another quality OT to store the depths of our line. He's already known as a mauler and fits in perfectly.

Nice insurance!


I just got the swine flu, but I feel 10% better just knowing that Sims has been pushed behind Staley at LT now with the signing of Pashos!
Originally posted by Lifer:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by crzy:
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/09/07/pashos-takes-step-back-to-take-step-forward/

Quote:
We've picked up some more information regarding the decision of former Jaguars offensive lineman Tony Pashos to refuse a pay cut in Jacksonville, opting instead to earn much less money with the 49ers.

Per a league source, Pashos didn't want to move to guard, even at a base salary of $3 million. So he opted for free agency, realizing that he likely wouldn't get $3 million on the open market. And he chose to sign with the 49ers for the chance to reunite with former Ravens offensive line coach Chris Foerster in San Francisco.

Even though Pashos will earn less than $2 million.

It was Foerster who helped make Pashos into the player who landed a big-money free-agency deal with the Jaguars. The goal, as we understand it, will be for Pashos to re-establish himself in San Fran under Foerster's tutelage, and then to make back the money he gave up this year once the 29-year-old lineman hits the market again.

I don't like that last sentence. So he will play this year hoping to re-establish himself only to try and get more money elsewhere.

They didn't say "more money elsewhere," they said more money when he hits the market again. That could be here, that could be somewhere else. He signed a one year contract in order to prove himself. If he beats out Snyder and establishes himself, he'll probably want to stay in SF and we'll have the first shot at signing him. If he can't beat out Snyder then he isn't worth resigning. This is a pretty typical strategy for someone in his shoes and often works out well for both the player and the team.

yup, and besides, we didn't sign him to be the future at RT. we signed him for depth. the perfect situation would be if he doesn't play a down for us and then can be resigned on the cheap or moves on while we develop a younger player to hold down the position.
wow we cut Briggs fail
He's wearing number 77 in the team picture. I like it.
from looking at the jaguar blogs it doesn't look too great of a signing. Most of their fans are happy to get rid of him apparently:

"i'm very happy to see him cut, he was one of the worst tackles i've seen play and had probably the worst feet of any tackle i've seen by far. he just look like a tall uncordinated ogre chasing the d line rather then blocking them"

"the dude sucked, we have good depth still, all our OL guys have started multiple games in the NFL, outside of Monroe and Britten"

"so long tony penalty... I mean pashos"

"hallejuja!"

"Let's see if some sucker team will pay him what he believes is fit. "

"banana.gif banana.gif bye bye Mr Penalty "

"wooohooo....screw the money, thats about 30 yards per game in penalties we just saved "

Wow did we do the right thing. With this front office of noobs and business people not football people I have no idea. The front office hasn't successfully addressed the teams true needs for the past five years, the Marvel Smith signing, the Crabtree drafting, the Alex Smith signing. I just don't think they "mgmt" does their fair share of homework.

[ Edited by ninerfan818 on Sep 7, 2009 at 16:48:52 ]
  • ZRF80
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Originally posted by ninerfan818:
from looking at the jaguar blogs it doesn't look too great of a signing. Most of their fans are happy to get rid of him apparently:

"i'm very happy to see him cut, he was one of the worst tackles i've seen play and had probably the worst feet of any tackle i've seen by far. he just look like a tall uncordinated ogre chasing the d line rather then blocking them"

"the dude sucked, we have good depth still, all our OL guys have started multiple games in the NFL, outside of Monroe and Britten"

"so long tony penalty... I mean pashos"

"hallejuja!"

"Let's see if some sucker team will pay him what he believes is fit. "

"banana.gif banana.gif bye bye Mr Penalty "

"wooohooo....screw the money, thats about 30 yards per game in penalties we just saved "

Wow did we do the right thing. With this front office of noobs and business people not football people I have no idea. The front office hasn't successfully addressed the teams true needs for the past five years, the Marvel Smith signing, the Crabtree drafting, the Alex Smith signing. I just don't think they "mgmt" does their fair share of homework.

Whenever a team loses a potential starter, those comments become all too common. I remember the forum blasting JPeterson when he left us for Seattle. Even when Beasley as well as others left, we kind of gave that "good riddens" attitude. They lost a potential starter. We gained one for relatively cheap.

+ 1 for us.