What are the chances that Kaepernick gets traded. They signed Alex for 3 years then Johnson for 2. They could get a decent price out of Miami. I not saying they should Im just saying with Baalke you never know.
Why would you even care who they cut or trade when we all find out who's the best three to take us beyond what the 49ers accomplished last season. You guys are just drwan into conclusion that Scott Tolzien is the odd man out but the reality is that mechanics and delivery and just plain experience playing this type of offense makes Colin having the least exposure, training, and experience. The only thing going for Colin is his athleticism, if he was not a second round draft pick, he'd rank 4th right now.
Originally posted by sanjose49erfan:
The 49ers liked Tolzien son much they rushed to sign him after being cut with the san Diego Chargers.If a team brings a good for Kaepernick ,he will be traded. hey flinn was a hot QB and look at the deal he got from the Seahawks and after playing 2 games! damn! who know ,it could happen
Hello! We traded up to get CK7 at the top of the 2nd round, striving for the 1st. Tolzien we never drafted, not at all. We picked him up off waivers. So were obviously not to high on him. If we were we never would have signed Josh Johnson I assure you. Mark my words! Set them in stone if you may. I'm going to break it to all you Scott fans so listen up. 'Prepare yourselves now! Scott Tolzien will no longer be a member of The San Francisco 49ers this season. He will be cut during pre-season!!!!'
Who in their right mind would trade for Kaep for a 2nd round when they haven't seen him play that much in a real game. Not talking about spot duty, talking about starting from start to finish, or coming in when Alex gets hurt and has to finish the game and win it. Kaep might be better than we think but not yet ready. JH might be hiding him some. This is a make or break year for Alex. Why? He will be in his second year with the same system. He must show progress not regress. If he plateaus that leaves the door open. If he gets injured and one of the three runs with it. He will be gone the following year. Don't think so? Look what has transpired. 3 year and not 5 or 6 year contract. Looked at Peyton, bringing in JJ for competition. Does he wilt or show us his metal. Tolz might go to ps but someone could pick him up and he could leave if the team that does pick him gives a roster spot and gives a better chance of climbing up the ladder. Tolz has no value unless someone really wants someone to develope, but he has to be showcased in pre a lot and be spectacular, bbut don't think anyone would give higher than a 7.
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