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49ers sign Craig Dahl to 3 year deal

Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
Baalke has dropped the ball in free agency as far as the secondary is concerned. We couldn't afford Rogers-Cromartie or Talib on a 1 year 5 million dollar deal? The weak link on the team is only weaker with no help in sight. Other then Anquan Boldin the 49ers have done nothing in free agnecy. We could've used the money he spent on Skuta and Dahl and brought in one of those CB's. I could've drafted Tyrann Mathieu and made him a better special teams player then Dahl. Baalke's failure to address the secondary is just dissapointing, We'll be one of the teams in the next 5+ years that's good but never gets over the hump. We fail to address our biggest weakness every offseason. Waited 2 years to address a second WR,never added defensive line depth, and next offseason we'll still be talking about how weak the secondary is. When you have a weakness you address it and move on. You don't go cheap and move on. The Seahawks needed another playmaker and they traded for Harvin. We have a BIG need at FS and we sign Craig Dahl. We have a need for a big CB so we lowball Asomugha and let him take other visits. Monday we'll find out that he signed with NO for 1 year and 3 million dollars. Like it or not the Seahawks are the better team at this time. If we lose the division the Super Bowl dream is over. The 49ers aren't going into Seattle and win a playoff game.

I agree completely with all of this. Against many wishes on here I think at this point I would have to really step up efforts to move on Revis, I think more so now because of the all around gains Seattle has made on both sides of the ball. They can't afford to play games with musical secondary or trial and error.
Originally posted by mryan1004:
Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
Baalke has dropped the ball in free agency as far as the secondary is concerned. We couldn't afford Rogers-Cromartie or Talib on a 1 year 5 million dollar deal? The weak link on the team is only weaker with no help in sight. Other then Anquan Boldin the 49ers have done nothing in free agnecy. We could've used the money he spent on Skuta and Dahl and brought in one of those CB's. I could've drafted Tyrann Mathieu and made him a better special teams player then Dahl. Baalke's failure to address the secondary is just dissapointing, We'll be one of the teams in the next 5+ years that's good but never gets over the hump. We fail to address our biggest weakness every offseason. Waited 2 years to address a second WR,never added defensive line depth, and next offseason we'll still be talking about how weak the secondary is. When you have a weakness you address it and move on. You don't go cheap and move on. The Seahawks needed another playmaker and they traded for Harvin. We have a BIG need at FS and we sign Craig Dahl. We have a need for a big CB so we lowball Asomugha and let him take other visits. Monday we'll find out that he signed with NO for 1 year and 3 million dollars. Like it or not the Seahawks are the better team at this time. If we lose the division the Super Bowl dream is over. The 49ers aren't going into Seattle and win a playoff game.

I agree completely with all of this. Against many wishes on here I think at this point I would have to really step up efforts to move on Revis, I think more so now because of the all around gains Seattle has made on both sides of the ball. They can't afford to play games with musical secondary or trial and error.

Go hand Seattle their offseason championship trophy then.
Originally posted by mryan1004:
Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
Baalke has dropped the ball in free agency as far as the secondary is concerned. We couldn't afford Rogers-Cromartie or Talib on a 1 year 5 million dollar deal? The weak link on the team is only weaker with no help in sight. Other then Anquan Boldin the 49ers have done nothing in free agnecy. We could've used the money he spent on Skuta and Dahl and brought in one of those CB's. I could've drafted Tyrann Mathieu and made him a better special teams player then Dahl. Baalke's failure to address the secondary is just dissapointing, We'll be one of the teams in the next 5+ years that's good but never gets over the hump. We fail to address our biggest weakness every offseason. Waited 2 years to address a second WR,never added defensive line depth, and next offseason we'll still be talking about how weak the secondary is. When you have a weakness you address it and move on. You don't go cheap and move on. The Seahawks needed another playmaker and they traded for Harvin. We have a BIG need at FS and we sign Craig Dahl. We have a need for a big CB so we lowball Asomugha and let him take other visits. Monday we'll find out that he signed with NO for 1 year and 3 million dollars. Like it or not the Seahawks are the better team at this time. If we lose the division the Super Bowl dream is over. The 49ers aren't going into Seattle and win a playoff game.

I agree completely with all of this. Against many wishes on here I think at this point I would have to really step up efforts to move on Revis, I think more so now because of the all around gains Seattle has made on both sides of the ball. They can't afford to play games with musical secondary or trial and error.

Slow down there guy sloooooooow down! WE BUILD THROUGH THE DRAFT AND WE WILL USE EXTRA $$$ TO EXTEND OUR PLAYERS!!!! We have a ton of picks so just settle down guy.
and of course we low balled Asomugha he's a huge risk. We obv like our choices come draft time that's are BIG day!!!!
Also this Revis talk just shows why some of you have no business running a football team. Giving up a first round pick and then bringin in a corner w/ knee issues for 12-15 million dollars. Fans are really funny we are all too emotional at times!
Originally posted by Magzarillious:
Slow down there guy sloooooooow down! WE BUILD THROUGH THE DRAFT AND WE WILL USE EXTRA $$$ TO EXTEND OUR PLAYERS!!!! We have a ton of picks so just settle down guy.

Really? Thanks for the education, glad we have you to reassure how the core of a team is built. Adding a player in free agency, key word "A", to the secondary isn't asking to break the bank or expect unrealistic contract offers. It's obvious who needs to be signed and who we need cap space for. So I can just disregard a concern for the current secondary because "we have a ton of picks" sorry, there's still a hole in the defense that could use veteran leadership with more skill than what is currently on the roster. What impact do you think one of the ton of draft picks will have as a rookie this year?..
If this Dahl guu's contract is 3 years 5mill then i gotta think and hope he's a special team ace only and not a starter right? I heard he got smoked in the passing game according to a Rams fan?? Wonder why they couldn't sign Woodson or Asomougha? Dahl is young and does seem hardnosed so who knows maybe he'll suprise us in his coverage skills deep and not let Julio Jones & Jacoby Jones run wild through our secondary next time.
Originally posted by Magzarillious:
Also this Revis talk just shows why some of you have no business running a football team. Giving up a first round pick and then bringin in a corner w/ knee issues for 12-15 million dollars. Fans are really funny we are all too emotional at times!

Who said give up a first and bring him in for 12-15 million dollars,? I think I recall stating something like step up efforts to move on Revis....that being said when you have a "ton of picks" it puts you in a position to package a few without surrendering your draft
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Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by mryan1004:
Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
Baalke has dropped the ball in free agency as far as the secondary is concerned. We couldn't afford Rogers-Cromartie or Talib on a 1 year 5 million dollar deal? The weak link on the team is only weaker with no help in sight. Other then Anquan Boldin the 49ers have done nothing in free agnecy. We could've used the money he spent on Skuta and Dahl and brought in one of those CB's. I could've drafted Tyrann Mathieu and made him a better special teams player then Dahl. Baalke's failure to address the secondary is just dissapointing, We'll be one of the teams in the next 5+ years that's good but never gets over the hump. We fail to address our biggest weakness every offseason. Waited 2 years to address a second WR,never added defensive line depth, and next offseason we'll still be talking about how weak the secondary is. When you have a weakness you address it and move on. You don't go cheap and move on. The Seahawks needed another playmaker and they traded for Harvin. We have a BIG need at FS and we sign Craig Dahl. We have a need for a big CB so we lowball Asomugha and let him take other visits. Monday we'll find out that he signed with NO for 1 year and 3 million dollars. Like it or not the Seahawks are the better team at this time. If we lose the division the Super Bowl dream is over. The 49ers aren't going into Seattle and win a playoff game.

I agree completely with all of this. Against many wishes on here I think at this point I would have to really step up efforts to move on Revis, I think more so now because of the all around gains Seattle has made on both sides of the ball. They can't afford to play games with musical secondary or trial and error.

Go hand Seattle their offseason championship trophy then.
then after we do that we go hide under the bed till the season is over . we are not going anywhere. you do know that you have to actually see seattle play a game with all thier new shiny pieces before you cast the niners out to the junkyard. you can grab all the shiny toys you want and throw them together but it does not mean s**t when it comes to playing the game. what did you want us to do>? offer these free agents , all who have either injury, age or performance issues, a blank check? good idea, you draft a rookie and hope he plays good special teams. i am god damn glad we got these two guys we did for special teams. if you did not see that area of the team last year well then I just do not know. while we are up against a salary cap, free agency is not done, we have the draft. if you want to jump off the cliff in mid march because you think we have not chance of winning our division against the all mighty seahawks , knock yourself out. stoop with the old tired worn out excuse about us being cheap, that is so ten years ago,, it is called the f**king salary cap, we have had only one guy who has taken a pay cut or redone his deal to help us out, and again for the millionth time,, we are not going to over pay for anyone. that is the way this regime has operated and so far it has led us to two divisional titles in a row and a super bowl so what is your deal?
Originally posted by islandink:
noooooooooo!! hes white!

God I hope this isn't the answer at FS. I mean, I really trust JH & Co., but this is scary!
Originally posted by 9ersLiferInChicago:

God I hope this isn't the answer at FS. I mean, I really trust JH & Co., but this is scary!

His contract is that of a back-up's contract, so I wouldn't worry too much.
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Originally posted by 9ersLiferInChicago:

God I hope this isn't the answer at FS. I mean, I really trust JH & Co., but this is scary!
he can play both, free and strong he is a good special teams person with the right type of work ethic the coaches like,, in other words he seems to be that right type of person the coaches are looking for. not the sexy guy, not the name guy, not the guy with all the glitter and bows but the right guy. what is scary is the shock and awe from some people how the niners have approached free agency this season.
Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome said he anticipates free agent Ed Reed's status to be finalized this week.


Whether Reed will be back in Baltimore, with the Texans, or some other mystery team remains to be seen. Reed completed his two-day visit with the Texans on Friday, but he left town without a deal. It's expected that he's taking whatever offer he received back to Baltimore and giving Newsome the opportunity to match it.
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by mryan1004:
Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
Baalke has dropped the ball in free agency as far as the secondary is concerned. We couldn't afford Rogers-Cromartie or Talib on a 1 year 5 million dollar deal? The weak link on the team is only weaker with no help in sight. Other then Anquan Boldin the 49ers have done nothing in free agnecy. We could've used the money he spent on Skuta and Dahl and brought in one of those CB's. I could've drafted Tyrann Mathieu and made him a better special teams player then Dahl. Baalke's failure to address the secondary is just dissapointing, We'll be one of the teams in the next 5+ years that's good but never gets over the hump. We fail to address our biggest weakness every offseason. Waited 2 years to address a second WR,never added defensive line depth, and next offseason we'll still be talking about how weak the secondary is. When you have a weakness you address it and move on. You don't go cheap and move on. The Seahawks needed another playmaker and they traded for Harvin. We have a BIG need at FS and we sign Craig Dahl. We have a need for a big CB so we lowball Asomugha and let him take other visits. Monday we'll find out that he signed with NO for 1 year and 3 million dollars. Like it or not the Seahawks are the better team at this time. If we lose the division the Super Bowl dream is over. The 49ers aren't going into Seattle and win a playoff game.

I agree completely with all of this. Against many wishes on here I think at this point I would have to really step up efforts to move on Revis, I think more so now because of the all around gains Seattle has made on both sides of the ball. They can't afford to play games with musical secondary or trial and error.

Go hand Seattle their offseason championship trophy then.

Every year that Baalke taken over as GM, the 9ers have improved. And every year people whine and complain because he doesn't do it THEIR way.