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2011 Season - Niners sign Carlos Rogers

Hey it takes a while to get these things done. The hardest part is coming together some times. We can obviously get the framework of something done for him. I think he needs a deal that requires him to continue to perform to really make money. He seems like the kind of guy that fuels on challenge. Both the field, fighting for a spot, and maybe money too. So if I am Baalke I would start working in those incentives to keep himi going. I would probably also shoot for three years as CB lose their wheels fast after 30 most times.
Originally posted by miked1978:
They b***h about him not having hands. They b***h about him tackling well but not laying the wood like a strong safety. I don't think they know what a good corner is.
They can b**ch about him all they want. We love him here!
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by SFranchise8081:
BAD IDEA.

cover CBs don't grow on trees!!!

Agreed. He'll be cheaper than Nate ever was.
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Originally posted by Jcool:
100% NOT interested.....

Why do people click on threads that they find uninteresting? If you aren't interested, don't click on the thread, and don't reply to it about how uninterested you are.
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Originally posted by fryet:
Originally posted by Jcool:
100% NOT interested.....

Why do people click on threads that they find uninteresting? If you aren't interested, don't click on the thread, and don't reply to it about how uninterested you are.

When his thread existed he asked if anyone wanted to see what the Redskins fans said about Rodgers.... So I answered.
Let us give him a few more games before we start giving him offers he thinks may be too low based on 6 games.

Let's not put the cart before the horse. I think it's great that Carlos wants to stay and be a Niner. Shows how much the culture on this team has changed.

But I don't know if a 31-year old DB is deserving of a fat extension. A 26 or 27 year old DB -- maybe -- but Carlos is getting up there in terms of years. Plus, we got him fairly cheap this year.

I'm going to trust the braintrust on this one. Harbaugh and Baalke executed a brilliant offseason and draft. Everything they did was gold. Every button they pushed, was the right button. They are the "Non-MaGruber's" of football. Nothing blew up in their face.

Ya think maybe Baalke might be targeting a playmaker in the draft? And don't forget about Culliver either.

Baalke is hitting on his picks and his free agent pickups. This means we don't have to sign someone to big money. It means we can replace them if they leave. If that sounds heartless to you, it's Bill Walsh strategy. He executed it to perfection.
Originally posted by IWasWrongRubber:
Let us give him a few more games before we start giving him offers he thinks may be too low based on 6 games.

Let's not put the cart before the horse. I think it's great that Carlos wants to stay and be a Niner. Shows how much the culture on this team has changed.

But I don't know if a 31-year old DB is deserving of a fat extension. A 26 or 27 year old DB -- maybe -- but Carlos is getting up there in terms of years. Plus, we got him fairly cheap this year.

I'm going to trust the braintrust on this one. Harbaugh and Baalke executed a brilliant offseason and draft. Everything they did was gold. Every button they pushed, was the right button. They are the "Non-MaGruber's" of football. Nothing blew up in their face.

Ya think maybe Baalke might be targeting a playmaker in the draft? And don't forget about Culliver either.

Baalke is hitting on his picks and his free agent pickups. This means we don't have to sign someone to big money. It means we can replace them if they leave. If that sounds heartless to you, it's Bill Walsh strategy. He executed it to perfection.

he turned 30 over the summer, but i agree that any deals at this point should wait until after the season. I would love to have him back on a 3 or 4 year deal. Since he's already saying he wants to be here I have a feeling that he's not going to have ludicrous contract demands.
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by IWasWrongRubber:
Let us give him a few more games before we start giving him offers he thinks may be too low based on 6 games.

Let's not put the cart before the horse. I think it's great that Carlos wants to stay and be a Niner. Shows how much the culture on this team has changed.

But I don't know if a 31-year old DB is deserving of a fat extension. A 26 or 27 year old DB -- maybe -- but Carlos is getting up there in terms of years. Plus, we got him fairly cheap this year.

I'm going to trust the braintrust on this one. Harbaugh and Baalke executed a brilliant offseason and draft. Everything they did was gold. Every button they pushed, was the right button. They are the "Non-MaGruber's" of football. Nothing blew up in their face.

Ya think maybe Baalke might be targeting a playmaker in the draft? And don't forget about Culliver either.

Baalke is hitting on his picks and his free agent pickups. This means we don't have to sign someone to big money. It means we can replace them if they leave. If that sounds heartless to you, it's Bill Walsh strategy. He executed it to perfection.

he turned 30 over the summer, but i agree that any deals at this point should wait until after the season. I would love to have him back on a 3 or 4 year deal. Since he's already saying he wants to be here I have a feeling that he's not going to have ludicrous contract demands.

your better off signing now, 1. You can put a bunch of the money into 2011 and 2. he might give a discount now but not after season.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
your better off signing now, 1. You can put a bunch of the money into 2011 and 2. he might give a discount now but not after season.

Can you elaborate? I was under the impression that we can only add on to his contract (2012-on)... not alter the current one... but I could be way wrong on this.
Originally posted by oldman9er:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
your better off signing now, 1. You can put a bunch of the money into 2011 and 2. he might give a discount now but not after season.

Can you elaborate? I was under the impression that we can only add on to his contract (2012-on)... not alter the current one... but I could be way wrong on this.

If we can alter, I'd definitely say pump a bunch of money we have left this year into 2011. I'm sure Rogers would prefer that as well.
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
Originally posted by oldman9er:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
your better off signing now, 1. You can put a bunch of the money into 2011 and 2. he might give a discount now but not after season.

Can you elaborate? I was under the impression that we can only add on to his contract (2012-on)... not alter the current one... but I could be way wrong on this.

If we can alter, I'd definitely say pump a bunch of money we have left this year into 2011. I'm sure Rogers would prefer that as well.

Can't give him a new contract untill after the season. It's because he has a one year contract.
Thread title is now miss leading....keep thinking he signed an extension when i seen this thread !
Originally posted by susweel:
Taylor Jacobs- NFL's Best Practice Player


lol

Yeah....that was funny as hell....
Originally posted by oldman9er:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
your better off signing now, 1. You can put a bunch of the money into 2011 and 2. he might give a discount now but not after season.

Can you elaborate? I was under the impression that we can only add on to his contract (2012-on)... not alter the current one... but I could be way wrong on this.

Unless changed in new CBA, which I didnt see anything in the document, it is allowed. We did it a few years back(09 i think) with Staley, gave him like 18M up front in that year he signed it during season.