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2013 Salary Cap Outlook, plus can the 49ers add a big name via Trade (Webzone Exclusive)

http://www.49erswebzone.com/commentary/1087-2013-salary-outlook-plus-49ers-name-via-trade/
i could see maybe a harvin acquired by trade, but for anyone legitly thinking of a wallace, revis type of big time splash shouldnt get their hopes up IMO
Thanks, great work as always.

You think it will actually cost a 1st to get Harvin?
Originally posted by LottOfDefense:
Thanks, great work as always.

You think it will actually cost a 1st to get Harvin?

I bet that's what the vikes will demand.
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by LottOfDefense:
Thanks, great work as always.

You think it will actually cost a 1st to get Harvin?

I bet that's what the vikes will demand.


They won't get it. Only 1 year left on contract.
Harvin for our 2nd draft pick, or Harvin + a 3rd pick for our 1st.
Thanks everyone, I think a 1st is fair for Harvin, he is a dynamic player, and will cost less than Revis would.
AB: i thought akers was a free agent as i thought he signed a two year deal two years ago. did he get some type of extension?
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Thanks everyone, I think a 1st is fair for Harvin, he is a dynamic player, and will cost less than Revis would.

It may be "fair", but I think that's more than his market value. I think he can be had for a 2.
Harvin is worth a first? He has a history of injuries if I recall...

..... but Alex Smith, who was a couple of fumbles away from being a Superbowl QB, is only worth a conditional 3rd?

I don't understand these things too well
Awesome article AB!

I would imagine we are going to see some veterans dropped like we're seeing across the NFL as we speak. Here are a few who "could be" seriously considered. We have 14 draft picks, many players coming back from I.R., we're now a team FA's want to play for (offense/defense/new stadium/Superbowl) and will take less to do so, have players we've been developing for one full years, two full years, etc. We are now in position to UPGRADE over current starters:

CB Carlos Rogers - $7,344,531 - 1/2 assed it all year IMHO and clearly has lost a step and motivation
C Jonathan Goodwin - $5,016,667 - played well in the Q offense but is a youngster ready to go?
WR Mario Manningham - $4.95 million - no guarantee this guy will ever be the same and he only signed a 2-year deal anyhow
SS Donte Whitner - $4,933,333 - need money for Goldson and need a pure FS badly
OLB Parys Haralson - $2.87 million - one-trick pony that could be replaced by a younger OLB of either Cam Johnson or Darius Fleming with a full mental season under their belts (and may be less of an issue if we get that stud RDE/healthy Justin Smith)
WR Kyle Williams - $649,850 - again, great weapon but who knows if he'll ever be back up to 100% (although this kid has heart/motivation but still could be a cap/# casualty)
NT Ian Williams - $555,000 - ?
OLB Darius Fleming - $521,000 - ?
OLB Cam Johnson - $405,000 - ?

The guy I really want is Dwayne Bowe. Would he command way more than Harvin IYHO?
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Thanks everyone, I think a 1st is fair for Harvin, he is a dynamic player, and will cost less than Revis would.

It may be "fair", but I think that's more than his market value. I think he can be had for a 2.


thing is where we're drafting our 1st is like an early 2nd, our 2nd is like an early 3rd etc
Originally posted by socal9er42:
Harvin is worth a first? He has a history of injuries if I recall...

..... but Alex Smith, who was a couple of fumbles away from being a Superbowl QB, is only worth a conditional 3rd?

I don't understand these things too well

This! A starting, league-leading QBR QB should command more than a specialty WR who isn't getting along with management/FO.
[ Edited by NCommand on Feb 12, 2013 at 5:50 PM ]
Originally posted by pdizo916:
AB: i thought akers was a free agent as i thought he signed a two year deal two years ago. did he get some type of extension?

he signed a 3 year deal.
Originally posted by socal9er42:
Harvin is worth a first? He has a history of injuries if I recall...

..... but Alex Smith, who was a couple of fumbles away from being a Superbowl QB, is only worth a conditional 3rd?

I don't understand these things too well

Harvin has been more consistent than Alex has. And harvin is more dynamic. Maybe not for a high first, but the 31st pick IMO is worth it.