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Tramaine Brock Thread

Yeah if he plays well enough I think Wright would be back for 1-2 years at like 1-1.5 million a year. He wants to play here since he's from SF and a 49ers fan. At worst he will be our #4 CB and Morris will probably be #5 and active for ST. Culliver and Brock will battle for 1 and loser will be 2. 3 I think is going to be potentially a 1st round pick or Wright and loser would be the #4.
Got contract details before anyone else

http://ninercaphell.com/2013/11/23/tramaine-brocks-contract-details-according-to-a-source/#doc3

NOTE: Forgot to mention his incentives are $250K for 60% play time and/or 6 INTs, and $500K for 80% play time and/or 6 INTs, I didn't factor those in. The 1st seems Likely to be earned. The second is probable if he wins the starter spot, so he could be making an additional $500,000 a year in incentives.

I just had contact with a source, who informed me of Tramaine Brock's new deal, which has a $3.75 million signing bonus, along with yearly $320,000 roster bonuses, tied into the 46-man active gameday roster, and yearly $130,000 workout bonuses. He also has playing time incentives.

His base salaries are, $800,000(2014), $1.85 million(2015), $2.7 million(2016), $3.1 million(2017).

His $1.323 million base salary stays the same for 2013. His $800,000 2014 base salary is guaranteed.

His cap numbers are as follows.

2014- $2 million

2015- $3.05 million

2016- $3.9 million

2017- $4.3 million
[ Edited by AB81Rules on Nov 23, 2013 at 4:57 PM ]
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Well after seeing those numbers, I don't think that's too rich of a contract for what the 9ers signed him to. I still wouldn't of signed him for that much or that long.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Well after seeing those numbers, I don't think that's too rich of a contract for what the 9ers signed him to. I still wouldn't of signed him for that much or that long.

Agreed. I'm not sure he's anything special, but maybe he'll play well in the system like T-Brown has.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Well after seeing those numbers, I don't think that's too rich of a contract for what the 9ers signed him to. I still wouldn't of signed him for that much or that long.

He's the best CB on our team this season by far. It's not close. He's worth more.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Well after seeing those numbers, I don't think that's too rich of a contract for what the 9ers signed him to. I still wouldn't of signed him for that much or that long.

He's the best CB on our team this season by far. It's not close. He's worth more.

At $4M a yr average, he is well worth it. In reality, the deal isn't worth $16M fully. He has those incentives for playing time. He should at least see the $250K a yr with 60% play time, and the 80% would be attainable if he becomes a long term starter.

His $7M guarantee comes from his $3.75M signing bonus, $800K base guarantee in 2014, $1.85M base guarantee if on roster for april 1st 2015, and $600K of his 2016 base, also on April 1st, 2016 though.
http://ninercaphell.com/tramaine-brock/

Updated his cap page, his breakdown is in the above link.
great job Trent locking up the most improved player on the team from last year1
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Originally posted by Kolohe:
Well after seeing those numbers, I don't think that's too rich of a contract for what the 9ers signed him to. I still wouldn't of signed him for that much or that long.

they did for ahmed plummer and that work out
I'd still like them to re-sign Brown for a similar number and have Cully #3, Wright #4 with Morris / high round rookie at 5/6 with Carlos and his $6 million base gone
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
I'd still like them to re-sign Brown for a similar number and have Cully #3, Wright #4 with Morris / high round rookie at 5/6 with Carlos and his $6 million base gone

it's nice to want things.

Brown is going to cash in, in the offseason.
ballin
I love T-Brock. I think he can be a little bit bigger version of Tim Jennings.
Wow, this guy just f**king earned his extension last night. -After this guy got the starter job + treatment, he was just destroying Josh Morgan; throwing him to the sidelines like a piece of garbage. Wow, this guy has a nasty streak, he's doing that 'tug' s**t Richard Sherman gets away with (as all the great CBs in the league). He was a diamond in the rough.
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Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Got contract details before anyone else

http://ninercaphell.com/2013/11/23/tramaine-brocks-contract-details-according-to-a-source/#doc3

NOTE: Forgot to mention his incentives are $250K for 60% play time and/or 6 INTs, and $500K for 80% play time and/or 6 INTs, I didn't factor those in. The 1st seems Likely to be earned. The second is probable if he wins the starter spot, so he could be making an additional $500,000 a year in incentives.

I just had contact with a source, who informed me of Tramaine Brock's new deal, which has a $3.75 million signing bonus, along with yearly $320,000 roster bonuses, tied into the 46-man active gameday roster, and yearly $130,000 workout bonuses. He also has playing time incentives.

His base salaries are, $800,000(2014), $1.85 million(2015), $2.7 million(2016), $3.1 million(2017).

His $1.323 million base salary stays the same for 2013. His $800,000 2014 base salary is guaranteed.

His cap numbers are as follows.

2014- $2 million

2015- $3.05 million

2016- $3.9 million

2017- $4.3 million

just want to give credit where credit is due. AB found out the details of Brock's deal nearly a full week before PFT was able to publish the details on it.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/11/28/the-details-of-the-tramaine-brock-deal/