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Originally posted by backontop:
Why do we have to resign Brown and Goldson? What have they done yet?

goldson has played very well imo, already has an INT this year and playing head and shoulders better than roman was last year, alot more physical too and tackles well.
Originally posted by SFL49ER:
Originally posted by backontop:
Why do we have to resign Brown and Goldson? What have they done yet?

Goldson, are you serious? He IS our fastest man on defense. The man is one of the best in the league, watch. He is a freaking baller who has great instincts and speed and run support and makes great hits; he hits hard and clean, and also tackles with real good technique. He has good agility and ball skills too. His next int might go to the house because of his speed. (Dont know yet if he can break tackles.) Our best DB in production at the end of the year is my prediction.

On one play when there was a run up the middle for little to no gain in game 3, the guy who busted in there to make sure the RB went down was Goldson. The DLine stopped the run with holding their ground but instead of a LB cleaning up the play, Goldson came crashing in like a freight train. If you rewatch the game and look for the play, you'll see it, believe meeee!


Thats fine and dandy but to say we need to resign him now based on 2-3 games of performance is insane. At least wait the rest of the season and see how he produces. All I am saying is be patient. The team always extens contracts on players and then they turn out to be garbage. I wonder why that is. Example: anyone remember a guy by the name of Ahmed Plummer? I rest my case
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by SFL49ER:
Originally posted by backontop:
Why do we have to resign Brown and Goldson? What have they done yet?

Goldson, are you serious? He IS our fastest man on defense. The man is one of the best in the league, watch. He is a freaking baller who has great instincts and speed and run support and makes great hits; he hits hard and clean, and also tackles with real good technique. He has good agility and ball skills too. His next int might go to the house because of his speed. (Dont know yet if he can break tackles.) Our best DB in production at the end of the year is my prediction.

On one play when there was a run up the middle for little to no gain in game 3, the guy who busted in there to make sure the RB went down was Goldson. The DLine stopped the run with holding their ground but instead of a LB cleaning up the play, Goldson came crashing in like a freight train. If you rewatch the game and look for the play, you'll see it, believe meeee!


Thats fine and dandy but to say we need to resign him now based on 2-3 games of performance is insane. At least wait the rest of the season and see how he produces. All I am saying is be patient. The team always extens contracts on players and then they turn out to be garbage. I wonder why that is. Example: anyone remember a guy by the name of Ahmed Plummer? I rest my case

Brown may have won the starting spot if he hadn't gotten injured. They see him as someone worth keeping that could develop into a starter, that's all that matters right now. Its good that we resign guys while they're cheap and before they have a chance to hit the market. I think it's smart if you ask me. And I doubt he will receive a huge contract so relax.
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by SFL49ER:
Originally posted by backontop:
Why do we have to resign Brown and Goldson? What have they done yet?

Goldson, are you serious? He IS our fastest man on defense. The man is one of the best in the league, watch. He is a freaking baller who has great instincts and speed and run support and makes great hits; he hits hard and clean, and also tackles with real good technique. He has good agility and ball skills too. His next int might go to the house because of his speed. (Dont know yet if he can break tackles.) Our best DB in production at the end of the year is my prediction.

On one play when there was a run up the middle for little to no gain in game 3, the guy who busted in there to make sure the RB went down was Goldson. The DLine stopped the run with holding their ground but instead of a LB cleaning up the play, Goldson came crashing in like a freight train. If you rewatch the game and look for the play, you'll see it, believe meeee!


Thats fine and dandy but to say we need to resign him now based on 2-3 games of performance is insane. At least wait the rest of the season and see how he produces. All I am saying is be patient. The team always extens contracts on players and then they turn out to be garbage. I wonder why that is. Example: anyone remember a guy by the name of Ahmed Plummer? I rest my case

Brown may have won the starting spot if he hadn't gotten injured. They see him as someone worth keeping that could develop into a starter, that's all that matters right now. Its good that we resign guys while they're cheap and before they have a chance to hit the market. I think it's smart if you ask me. And I doubt he will receive a huge contract so relax.

Just because he "COULD" be a starter doesn't mean we need to extend his contract or resign him right away. Let the guy hit the field and prove that he deserves to resigned.


game winning int


Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by SFL49ER:
Originally posted by backontop:
Why do we have to resign Brown and Goldson? What have they done yet?

Goldson, are you serious? He IS our fastest man on defense. The man is one of the best in the league, watch. He is a freaking baller who has great instincts and speed and run support and makes great hits; he hits hard and clean, and also tackles with real good technique. He has good agility and ball skills too. His next int might go to the house because of his speed. (Dont know yet if he can break tackles.) Our best DB in production at the end of the year is my prediction.

On one play when there was a run up the middle for little to no gain in game 3, the guy who busted in there to make sure the RB went down was Goldson. The DLine stopped the run with holding their ground but instead of a LB cleaning up the play, Goldson came crashing in like a freight train. If you rewatch the game and look for the play, you'll see it, believe meeee!


Thats fine and dandy but to say we need to resign him now based on 2-3 games of performance is insane. At least wait the rest of the season and see how he produces. All I am saying is be patient. The team always extens contracts on players and then they turn out to be garbage. I wonder why that is. Example: anyone remember a guy by the name of Ahmed Plummer? I rest my case

Brown may have won the starting spot if he hadn't gotten injured. They see him as someone worth keeping that could develop into a starter, that's all that matters right now. Its good that we resign guys while they're cheap and before they have a chance to hit the market. I think it's smart if you ask me. And I doubt he will receive a huge contract so relax.

Just because he "COULD" be a starter doesn't mean we need to extend his contract or resign him right away. Let the guy hit the field and prove that he deserves to resigned.

Well he hasn't proven it to you but he has to the staff if they want to keep him, that's all I'm saying. So what can you do I think we extended Robinson as well last year and I didn't like it.
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by SFL49ER:
Originally posted by backontop:
Why do we have to resign Brown and Goldson? What have they done yet?

Goldson, are you serious? He IS our fastest man on defense. The man is one of the best in the league, watch. He is a freaking baller who has great instincts and speed and run support and makes great hits; he hits hard and clean, and also tackles with real good technique. He has good agility and ball skills too. His next int might go to the house because of his speed. (Dont know yet if he can break tackles.) Our best DB in production at the end of the year is my prediction.

On one play when there was a run up the middle for little to no gain in game 3, the guy who busted in there to make sure the RB went down was Goldson. The DLine stopped the run with holding their ground but instead of a LB cleaning up the play, Goldson came crashing in like a freight train. If you rewatch the game and look for the play, you'll see it, believe meeee!


Thats fine and dandy but to say we need to resign him now based on 2-3 games of performance is insane. At least wait the rest of the season and see how he produces. All I am saying is be patient. The team always extens contracts on players and then they turn out to be garbage. I wonder why that is. Example: anyone remember a guy by the name of Ahmed Plummer? I rest my case

Brown may have won the starting spot if he hadn't gotten injured. They see him as someone worth keeping that could develop into a starter, that's all that matters right now. Its good that we resign guys while they're cheap and before they have a chance to hit the market. I think it's smart if you ask me. And I doubt he will receive a huge contract so relax.

Just because he "COULD" be a starter doesn't mean we need to extend his contract or resign him right away. Let the guy hit the field and prove that he deserves to resigned.

Well he hasn't proven it to you but he has to the staff if they want to keep him, that's all I'm saying. So what can you do I think we extended Robinson as well last year and I didn't like it.

I didn't like it to much either. But I think you get my point about players getting extended that don't deserve it.
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Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by SFL49ER:
Originally posted by backontop:
Why do we have to resign Brown and Goldson? What have they done yet?

Goldson, are you serious? He IS our fastest man on defense. The man is one of the best in the league, watch. He is a freaking baller who has great instincts and speed and run support and makes great hits; he hits hard and clean, and also tackles with real good technique. He has good agility and ball skills too. His next int might go to the house because of his speed. (Dont know yet if he can break tackles.) Our best DB in production at the end of the year is my prediction.

On one play when there was a run up the middle for little to no gain in game 3, the guy who busted in there to make sure the RB went down was Goldson. The DLine stopped the run with holding their ground but instead of a LB cleaning up the play, Goldson came crashing in like a freight train. If you rewatch the game and look for the play, you'll see it, believe meeee!


Thats fine and dandy but to say we need to resign him now based on 2-3 games of performance is insane. At least wait the rest of the season and see how he produces. All I am saying is be patient. The team always extens contracts on players and then they turn out to be garbage. I wonder why that is. Example: anyone remember a guy by the name of Ahmed Plummer? I rest my case

Just remember that even if we resign someone for a 5 yr contract, we don't have to keep them. This is the NFL, not Basketball which means the contracts aren't gauranteed...it seems like if they get their FAT $, they have to committ but we don't have to committ to them! SIGN THEM NOW BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!
what about Brian Jennings???! our probowl longsnapper! he's a vital piece in our quest for the superbowl!!!!!!!!!!
Originally posted by bigmike55:
what about Brian Jennings???! our probowl longsnapper! he's a vital piece in our quest for the superbowl!!!!!!!!!!

6/6/2009: Signed a five-year contract extension through 2014. 2009: $745,000, 2010-2014: Under Contract, 2015: Free Agent

http://www.rotoworld.com/content/playerpages/player_contract.aspx?sport=NFL&id=432
You guys overrate Nate Davis big time. He is the most overrated player on the WZ. He is as overrated in Niner Talk as Megan Fox is in the Parking Lot.

Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
We just re-signed Haralson..

-9fA

needs a rise , he is our best passrusher and soon Ray Mack !
Originally posted by cNiner:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
We just re-signed Haralson..

-9fA

needs a rise , he is our best passrusher and soon Ray Mack !

He needs a rise like Patrick Willis's beasts......i think you meant raise.
I read Matt’s article and with an uncapped year next year I am sure that is when Willis, V. Davis, and several others will want to negotiate new contracts.

Give credit to the Niners for tearing up contracts and negotiating new deals with players they want to keep long term. To bad Crabtree does not understand/know about this policy. If he were to perform as advertised the Niners would tear up his contract after year 2 and give him the deal he wants.

With Jed now on board I fully expect Willis to be made the highest paid LB in football. IF VD continues to perform he will get a very nice contract as well probably top 5 TE money. Getting Brown signed is important if not for the injury strong chance he would have been starting or #3 CB.
Originally posted by Luca:
How about Ray McDonald?

knees?