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Haralson reduces cap number.

So does he count 1.3 or 1.7 million against the cap? I'm a little on how incentives get calculated into the cap.
Originally posted by AZ9erfan520:
Originally posted by matt49er:
now that this move has been made and Mario M. reduced his # I'm really starting to think that we are freeing up cap space before signing anyone. I can see J.Smith extending his deal and reducing this years number and maybe Whitner and or Goodwin agreeing to reduce a little then a couple of signings (or a Revis trade?) happening.

Don't think we are going to make a big splash but this certainly frees up $$ incase we end up keeping our 1st and 2nd round picks.

well we need around $5MM to sign our draft picks and a couple mill to keep in reserves to sign replacements for potential injuries throughout the year. we need to free up another 4-6M I think to get a couple more players. I don't see a huge Revis like splash either but I think Nnamdi, Woodson, Abraham, those types of players are still very possible.
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Originally posted by 49erCanuck:
This is a really good signing at a very good price. Quality depth. Experienced vet. Reduced his salary. He can take snaps from our big guns on run downs. I LOVE this move. Remember how good the D was with PH taking some of the early down dirty work snaps to leave Aldon fresh to pass rush. This is a smart play by Baalke.
of course this is the truth. of course we have the two kids from last year but i thiink there is room on the roster for at least one of them if not both. we will not have to spend a pick on a outside linebacker in my opinion,, i was wondering what was going on with this. i know some did not like him but you must admit he made plays and we saw what occured when he got hurt and we had no back up for aldon. maybe we are freeing up cap space for some sort of a major move but i tend to think the niners are freeing up space to sign rookies, and have some in the bank for emergencies and to sign guys long term. a very good signing and i think he made the right move. he knows he will get playing time, he knows the chances of being on a team that should make a deep playoff run are good and if you can not make a living on a million a year, well i just do not know
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Originally posted by 49erCanuck:
This is a really good signing at a very good price. Quality depth. Experienced vet. Reduced his salary. He can take snaps from our big guns on run downs. I LOVE this move. Remember how good the D was with PH taking some of the early down dirty work snaps to leave Aldon fresh to pass rush. This is a smart play by Baalke.
of course this is the truth. of course we have the two kids from last year but i thiink there is room on the roster for at least one of them if not both. we will not have to spend a pick on a outside linebacker in my opinion,, i was wondering what was going on with this. i know some did not like him but you must admit he made plays and we saw what occured when he got hurt and we had no back up for aldon. maybe we are freeing up cap space for some sort of a major move but i tend to think the niners are freeing up space to sign rookies, and have some in the bank for emergencies and to sign guys long term. a very good signing and i think he made the right move. he knows he will get playing time, he knows the chances of being on a team that should make a deep playoff run are good and if you can not make a living on a million a year, well i just do not know
Also this probably eliminates any chance of us signing a vet pass-rusher such as James Harrison or John Abraham.
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Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
Also this probably eliminates any chance of us signing a vet pass-rusher such as James Harrison or John Abraham.
can not rule that out. it is a big need and someone good could come to us cheap. this team likes to playing the waiting game in free agency for the right player,
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
Also this probably eliminates any chance of us signing a vet pass-rusher such as James Harrison or John Abraham.
can not rule that out. it is a big need and someone good could come to us cheap. this team likes to playing the waiting game in free agency for the right player,

Yeah, but only if he's not taking up too much of the cap. We need that for Nnamdi.
Was he hurt last year? I'm totally going blank as to why we didn't see him last year lol
Originally posted by est1985:
Was he hurt last year? I'm totally going blank as to why we didn't see him last year lol

yes
Originally posted by est1985:
Was he hurt last year? I'm totally going blank as to why we didn't see him last year lol

Yep, injured all year.
Originally posted by est1985:
Was he hurt last year? I'm totally going blank as to why we didn't see him last year lol

Yes he was on the IR I believe
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
Also this probably eliminates any chance of us signing a vet pass-rusher such as James Harrison or John Abraham.
can not rule that out. it is a big need and someone good could come to us cheap. this team likes to playing the waiting game in free agency for the right player,
I can't see the 49ers using 2 roster spots on vet backups especially with guys like Flemming, Johnson and anybody we might get in the draft also competing.
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I like Haralson (as a back up) good move, Brooks and Smith need to take a few plays off, keep em fresh

I highly doubt C.Johnson or D.Fleming take Haralson's job, I think a rook might take their job though
This is from Matt Barrows' article on the move:

" He rehabilitated every day at the 49ers facility, went on road trips and remained a part of the 49ers' locker room, which is partly why the team wanted him back this year."

That's the type of guy you want on your team. I now love this move even more.

Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/03/49ers-restructure-olb-parys-haralsons-contract.html#storylink=cpy
Originally posted by Beeker:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Beeker:
As someone else said in another thread - don't be surprised if he gets cut in camp. If Johnson or Fleming show more than Haralson, he's as good as gone IMHO.

he's better than those two.

We'll see in July and August

Good to hear and we will see if he makes it or not.