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2010 Cap Outlook w/ a new CBA and a Cap in 2010

Great job AB!
Originally posted by tohara3:
Great job AB!

Yes as usual, do you ever get tiered of hearing that?

Looking at your list of FA's and our cap room coupled with our picks... looking good!

I say we can with the talent we have the cap room we have go into the draft picking solely based on the talent of the player available and not on our needs. With cap room we should be able to add to our O-line and find a pass rusher!
[ Edited by GolittaCamper on Dec 3, 2009 at 12:53 PM ]
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
San Francisco 49ers: 2010 Salary Cap Sheet:
Player: 2010: Base: Bonus: Signed Thru:
22 CB/PR Nate Clements $8,166,666 $6,000,000 $2,166,666 2013
21 RB Frank Gore $6,933,000 $2,850,000 $4,083,000 2011/2010
94 DE Justin Smith $5,958,333 $2,625,000 $3,333,333 2013
11 QB Alex Smith $5,075,000 $2,500,000 $2,575,000 2010
36 CB Shawntae Spencer $4,550,000 $2,850,000 $1,700,000 2012
85 TE Vernon Davis $4,420,000 $1,980,000 $2,440,000 2010
32 SS Michael Lewis $4,150,000 $4,105,000 $45,000 2012
90 DT Isaac Sopoaga $3,217,500 $2,062,500 $1,155,000 2012
51 ILB Takeo Spikes $3,000,000 $2,250,000 $750,000 2010
81 WR Brandon Jones $2,960,000 $2,150,000 $810,000 2013
52 ILB Patrick Willis $2,640,000 $760,000 $1,880,000 2011
68 OT/OG Adam Snyder $2,550,000 $1,650,000 $900,000 2011
15 WR Michael Crabtree $2,287,500 $2,287,500 2013
13 QB Shaun Hill $2,200,000 $1,500,000 $700,000 2010
93 DE Demetric Evans $1,900,000 $1,400,000 $500,000 2010/2009
96 DE Kentwan Balmer $1,783,000 $583,000 $1,200,000 2012
74 LT Joe Staley $1,710,000 $550,000 $1,160,000 2017
98 OLB Parys Haralson $1,700,000 $1,200,000 $500,000 2013
66 C Eric Heitmann $1,700,000 $1,400,000 $300,000 2011
99 OLB Manny Lawson $1,684,220 $625,000 $1,059,220 2010
6 PK Joe Nedney $1,630,000 $1,130,000 $500,000 2011
44 FB Moran Norris $1,583,333 $1,250,000 $333,333 2011
46 TE Delanie Walker $1,515,000 $655,000 $860,000 2012
4 P Andy Lee $1,281,666 $1,000,000 $281,666 2012
86 LS/TE Brian Jennings $1,152,000 $855,000 $297,000 2014
69 OG/C Tony Wragge $995,000 $820,000 $175,000 2010
62 RG/OT Chilo Rachal $927,000 $470,000 $457,000 2011
24 FB/RB Michael Robinson $915,000 $650,000 $265,000 2012
89 WR Jason Hill $738,454 $510,000 $228,454 2010
91 DE Ray McDonald $698,125 $550,000 $148,125 2010
30 SS/CB Reggie Smith $666,000 $470,000 $196,000 2011
38 FS Dashon Goldson $653,221 $550,000 $103,221 2010
29 RB Glen Coffee $602,063 $395,000 $207,063 2012
25 CB Tarell Brown $594,250 $550,000 $44,250 2010
59 C Cody Wallace $592,000 $470,000 $122,000 2011
84 WR Josh Morgan $496,500 $470,000 $26,500 2011
61 OT Chris Patrick $470,000 $470,000 $0 2010
56 ILB Scott McKillop $443,063 $395,000 $48,063 2012
7 QB Nate Davis $432,575 $395,000 $37,575 2012
28 FS/SS Curtis Taylor $409,970 $395,000 $14,970 2012
95 DE/DT Ricky Jean-Francois $405,500 $395,000 $10,500 2012
47 OLB Diyral Briggs $395,000 $395,000 $0 2010

TOTALS:
Cap Total $86,456,459
Top 51 Rule
Dead Money $200,100
Workout $275,520
Cap Room $53,543,541



Nate should give his paycheck to Willis and visa versa.
[ Edited by Oakland-Niner on Dec 3, 2009 at 12:55 PM ]
Originally posted by GolittaCamper:
Originally posted by tohara3:
Great job AB!

Yes as usual, do you ever get tiered of hearing that?

Looking at your list of FA's and our cap room coupled with our picks... looking good!

I say we can with the talent we have the cap room we have go into the draft picking solely based on the talent of the player available and not on our needs. With cap room we should be able to add to our O-line and find a pass rusher!

nah, never get tired of it, love the love i get, at first i got slamed by the zone, they said i was a fraud. But now people see this and love it, and its usualy dead on, not 100% but close.

anyway, we have plenty of money for players, i would love 1 big name guy, and a few 2nd-3rd tier guys, but dont overspend on mediocre players.

we need to continue with building thru the draft, but webetter hit on our picks better, and yes thats a shot at Scoty,
Originally posted by endcapitalism:
Any idea where a payroll of $86,456,459 falls in line with the rest of the NFL payrolls?

not at the moment, I havent seen much on other teams. wait till about january and we should see some numbers come out.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by GolittaCamper:
Originally posted by tohara3:
Great job AB!

Yes as usual, do you ever get tiered of hearing that?

Looking at your list of FA's and our cap room coupled with our picks... looking good!

I say we can with the talent we have the cap room we have go into the draft picking solely based on the talent of the player available and not on our needs. With cap room we should be able to add to our O-line and find a pass rusher!

nah, never get tired of it, love the love i get, at first i got slamed by the zone, they said i was a fraud. But now people see this and love it, and its usualy dead on, not 100% but close.

anyway, we have plenty of money for players, i would love 1 big name guy, and a few 2nd-3rd tier guys, but dont overspend on mediocre players.

we need to continue with building thru the draft, but webetter hit on our picks better, and yes thats a shot at Scoty,


I would like another Justin Smith type pickup, with the same results. I would like to get a few more quality backups but still hit on 70%+ on our draft picks.

Regarding our draft picks. I have seen some real poor picks - our current backup center, our Punt returner, and possibly Baas and Snyder - poor to mediocre. I have also seen some good picks - V. Davis, Lawson, Willis, Crabtree, Staley, Brown, Goldson, and hopefully A. Smith. If Smith turns into a good to quality QB then our draft strategy will have been basically a successful one - above 50% starters. So hopefully this upcoming offseason will be equally successful. But I think a lot of our difficulty has been Nolan's reluctance to play rookies, and his loyalty to veterans. I think these two points, at least, have set apart Singletary. He will play whoever needs to be played to give us the best chance to win.
Help me out some one. Is it the 2010 season that the current labor agreement ends? If so, does the whole cap deal end too? If so, why not spend like a drunken sailor on talent this spring? Also, would it be wise to try and rework the contracts of any player the mtg. deems valuable? I would be thankful for any info you guys have for me.
Originally posted by stevenking57:
Help me out some one. Is it the 2010 season that the current labor agreement ends? If so, does the whole cap deal end too? If so, why not spend like a drunken sailor on talent this spring? Also, would it be wise to try and rework the contracts of any player the mtg. deems valuable? I would be thankful for any info you guys have for me.

my biggest thing, is 1. if we spend buck wild and there is a cap in furture yrs we are screwed. and 2. This class isnt worth spending wild on.
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Dude you gotta stop taking credit for all my work. You come in here, and copy/paste all the research I've done and call it yours? Not cool...









Jahri Evans OG NO RFA

all pro guard must get then draft OT and Taylor Mays in first round

Use taylor mays as strong safety Michael Lewis isn't getting any younger.

[ Edited by montereyjack415 on Dec 3, 2009 at 22:07:00 ]
We'd have a lot of cap room! So without the CBA we'd have little cap room?
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Originally posted by teeohh:
We'd have a lot of cap room! So without the CBA we'd have little cap room?

No CBA=no salary cap.
Originally posted by nothing03:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by 190836:
Originally posted by excelsior:
Wow! With that much cap room, the 49ers could buy a SB team. Jed better be ready to open his purse. The natives are getting restless. Taking out their pitchforks and sharpening the guillotine blade.

Thats the problem, his mommie wont let him.

Not sure i wanna spend crazy in this market, i see 8-12 potential franchised players.

Peppers, Sproles, Kampman, Franklin, A.Bryant, Vandcen Bosch, C.Rogers, Dunta Robinson, Wilfork, Hampton, Seymour and Atogwe. So thats 12,lol.

Plus the RFA's, like, D'Qwell Jackson, Dumervil, Dawan Landry, Leon Washington, Pierre Thomas, Jerious Norwood, Kolby Smith, Orton, Jason Campbell, Baas, Jahri Evans, Kirk Morrison, Marlin Jackson and Tramon Williams.
Yup plus we need to resign Willis and possibly Franklin.

not only that but we need to extend V.Davis/Gore and possibly Smith that and just filling the roster plus paying 2 first round draft picks is going to eat up alot of that money. after that we should have some to spend on FA, I expect 2 notable FA's.
Sign Dumervil. He was a 2nd day pick so I would forfiet that tender to get his ass.
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Originally posted by 49wyztoscore:
Sign Dumervil. He was a 2nd day pick so I would forfiet that tender to get his ass.

what?

They can place the highest tender which would be a 1st and 3rd if he's an RFA. Besides, I think he'll get franchised.