2 years 7 mil if incentives are hit... my guess would be 5-6 if they aren't.
Some good stuff below:
"Just the way they play, their passion for the game and the success they had," Dorsey said. "Everybody can see they have a winning formula."
Defensive line coach Jim Tomsula greeted Dorsey up at the airport Tuesday night.
"He has a lot of energy," Dorsey said. "He's a great guy. He picked me up at airport and he was talking 100 mph. We talked about a lot of stuff. I'm excited to get an opportunity work with him."
Dorsey visited the 49ers training complex in Santa Clara on Wednesday. He met some of his new teammates, including Justin Smith.
"It's a positive atmosphere," Dorsey said. "Everybody is working hard and talking to each other. And you can feel it when you walk into the building. It's like a big family. Everybody is high-fiving each other, talking to each other. It's a different environment than what I'm used to. I'm excited about it and I'm excited to get going.
Dorsey was 6-foot-1, 297 pounds when he came out of college. That is still his listed weight. Although he appears considerably bigger, Dorsey said he is still close to 300 pounds.
While the most likely fit for Dorsey is at nose tackle, where he is expected to replace Sopoaga
, the lineman said he is fine with whatever position the 49ers decide to use him.
"I'm OK with anything," he said. "Whatever coach wants me to do. I knew coming in here, I could play anywhere. So wherever they see fit and I'll try my best at that position."
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Mar 13, 2013 at 5:46 PM ]