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We just signed Tony Jerod-Eddie

TJE has really stepped up and played well.

Our DLine looks like it's in good shape for next season.
I am all for bringing in more talent and letting the training camp sort things out but we have a lot of talent on our dline already. It will be interesting to see how Okoye, Dial, and Carradine pan out next year. But for this year TJE has earned his stripes. Dorsey and Williams have played well so again Baalke has shown an eye for talent, and Tomsula has developed it.
[ Edited by Ninefan56 on Jan 14, 2014 at 12:13 PM ]
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
Sack artist

He's doing just what he was signed to do.

He's giving the starters a break w/out blowing assignments.

He's VERY cap friendly and has gotten better as the season has progressed.

Both Cowboy & Ray Mac have benefited and now it's playoff finals and they are fresh.
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
He's doing just what he was signed to do.

He's giving the starters a break w/out blowing assignments.

He's VERY cap friendly and has gotten better as the season has progressed.

Both Cowboy & Ray Mac have benefited and now it's playoff finals and they are fresh.

Not only is he keeping his assignment, he is blowing up plays like the INT against Houston or the goal line stand in carolina. He even sniffed out a screen and made kam throw it into the dirt.
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
TJE has been a nice surprise. I wonder if he cracks the 53 man next years.

If we have all main guys healthy, we should have Justin, Ray Mac, Ian Williams, Dorsey, Tank as locks, then comes down to Dial, Jerod-Eddie, maybe Dobbs if on minimum deal(RFA wouldn't tender at $1.3M), and whoever else we have, likely Purcell from the P-Squad. Plus any draft picks.

I guess he makes it if we dont draft a DE, or NT high, so his main competition would be Dial and whoever is a late pick. I like the kid, he Brock, and Wlhoite have been great UDFA signings, not sure if Wilhoite was a UDFA from us, but he was on P-Squad in 2012 for a while, now a main stay, would love a multi year deal for him.

Seems we hit on signing UDFAs or other teams UDFAs who were cut, Brock, TJE, Spillman, Wilhoite, Morris.


Not only that, I think it means our coaches are phenomenal, those guys come through and their fundamentals are excellent is what I am noticing and they are fitting in well. It's like they get the bad habits eradicated and correct technique installed in the PS.

I really notice it with TJE, he seems much better than RJF or Soapoaga in terms of technique and understanding the game and I think it's because of what our coaches are doing for the PS players. Okoye could be a monster DE if that holds true.
Originally posted by Buchy:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
TJE has been a nice surprise. I wonder if he cracks the 53 man next years.

If we have all main guys healthy, we should have Justin, Ray Mac, Ian Williams, Dorsey, Tank as locks, then comes down to Dial, Jerod-Eddie, maybe Dobbs if on minimum deal(RFA wouldn't tender at $1.3M), and whoever else we have, likely Purcell from the P-Squad. Plus any draft picks.

I guess he makes it if we dont draft a DE, or NT high, so his main competition would be Dial and whoever is a late pick. I like the kid, he Brock, and Wlhoite have been great UDFA signings, not sure if Wilhoite was a UDFA from us, but he was on P-Squad in 2012 for a while, now a main stay, would love a multi year deal for him.

Seems we hit on signing UDFAs or other teams UDFAs who were cut, Brock, TJE, Spillman, Wilhoite, Morris.


Not only that, I think it means our coaches are phenomenal, those guys come through and their fundamentals are excellent is what I am noticing and they are fitting in well. It's like they get the bad habits eradicated and correct technique installed in the PS.

I really notice it with TJE, he seems much better than RJF or Soapoaga in terms of technique and understanding the game and I think it's because of what our coaches are doing for the PS players. Okoye could be a monster DE if that holds true.

im just glad that our phenomenal coaching staff is in tact. I wonder why teams don't wait til the playoffs are over; are they that impatient to find someone?
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by Buchy:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
TJE has been a nice surprise. I wonder if he cracks the 53 man next years.

If we have all main guys healthy, we should have Justin, Ray Mac, Ian Williams, Dorsey, Tank as locks, then comes down to Dial, Jerod-Eddie, maybe Dobbs if on minimum deal(RFA wouldn't tender at $1.3M), and whoever else we have, likely Purcell from the P-Squad. Plus any draft picks.

I guess he makes it if we dont draft a DE, or NT high, so his main competition would be Dial and whoever is a late pick. I like the kid, he Brock, and Wlhoite have been great UDFA signings, not sure if Wilhoite was a UDFA from us, but he was on P-Squad in 2012 for a while, now a main stay, would love a multi year deal for him.

Seems we hit on signing UDFAs or other teams UDFAs who were cut, Brock, TJE, Spillman, Wilhoite, Morris.


Not only that, I think it means our coaches are phenomenal, those guys come through and their fundamentals are excellent is what I am noticing and they are fitting in well. It's like they get the bad habits eradicated and correct technique installed in the PS.

I really notice it with TJE, he seems much better than RJF or Soapoaga in terms of technique and understanding the game and I think it's because of what our coaches are doing for the PS players. Okoye could be a monster DE if that holds true.

im just glad that our phenomenal coaching staff is in tact. I wonder why teams don't wait til the playoffs are over; are they that impatient to find someone?

I don't know either and it's really sort sighted - they must view it as losing a month's preparation for next season and the fact that coaches who go to championship games or the SB will have higher contract demands.

Ultimately, the right person will make more of a difference than spending January preparing for the draft.
Originally posted by PA9erFaithful:
championship

*NFC Championship*
I'm betting Baalke will lock TJE up to a cap friendly extension like he did with Ian Williams.
[ Edited by Hopper on Jan 19, 2014 at 11:01 AM ]
Go Niners!!

Opening the first beer...Salud!
Originally posted by Ninefan56:
I am all for bringing in more talent and letting the training camp sort things out but we have a lot of talent on our dline already. It will be interesting to see how Okoye, Dial, and Carradine pan out next year. But for this year TJE has earned his stripes. Dorsey and Williams have played well so again Baalke has shown an eye for talent, and Tomsula has developed it.

I agree with all of this. TJE has earned a spot as a rotational player and we all know how hard it is to get in the rotation in San Francisco. There is no guarantee that any rookie will be able to come in and outperform him unless we are talking a 1st or 2nd round pick.

Next season, we should have Ray McDonald, Glen Dorsey, Justin Smith, Ian Williams, TJE, Tank Carradine, DeMarcus Dobbs, and the possibility of Quinton Dial, plus another rookie (my hope is that it will be Dominique Easley). We'd be set with a nice mixture of veteran depth and an infusion of young talent. My thoughts are that Tony Jerod-Eddie can be what Ricky Jean-Francois was in terms of being a good rotational player and will not be that expensive to extend.
He's already signed for next year at 495k so he will be back. IMO, it's just a question of do we re-sign Dobbs who is a FA or bring in a rookie or just go with 7. McDonald, Dorsey, Smith, Carradine, Williams, TJE, Dial, ?. We could go into next year with those 7 and be good but my guess is we go 8 and add a rookie DE in the 3rd-5th round. Either way looks like pretty good depth to me but could be even better based on how Carradine and Dial play.
Originally posted by Gore_21:
He's already signed for next year at 495k so he will be back. IMO, it's just a question of do we re-sign Dobbs who is a FA or bring in a rookie or just go with 7. McDonald, Dorsey, Smith, Carradine, Williams, TJE, Dial, ?. We could go into next year with those 7 and be good but my guess is we go 8 and add a rookie DE in the 3rd-5th round. Either way looks like pretty good depth to me but could be even better based on how Carradine and Dial play.

I still say we draft a rookie to play DE. Preferably someone that we can stash away for the year because it isn't likely that said rookie will play anyway.
i think we will see a lot of good things from Tony Jerod-Eddie! he seems to really have taken a leadership role and has gain respect of his teammates. watch the new mic'd up video of him and looney