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What is the average age of this team and where does this rank in the NFL?

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I think player ages are listed on nfl.com. not to sure though, can someone look for me?
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Didn't know if there was a website you could look that up....not asking for anyone to do anything but share where the info can be found.
http://www.49ers.com/team/roster.html
How about YOU figure it out and share with the rest of us. Otherwise, don't create the thread.
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  • SaksV
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Just add all the ages then divide by the amount of players..... 25 YEARS OLD

Took me 10 minutes... I split each position up.

Quarterbacks - 24 Years Old

Receiving Corps (WRs & TEs) - 25 Years Old

Running Backs - 24 Years Old

Offensive Line - 23 Years Old

AVERAGE AGE OF OUR ENTIRE OFFENSE - 24 YEARS OLD

Defensive Line - 28 Years Old

Linebackers - 25 Years Old

Defensive Backs - 25 Years Old

AVERAGE OF OUR ENTIRE DEFENSE - 26 YEARS OLD



Note: I found it interesting that Adam Snyder is our oldest offensive lineman after Goodwin. This is great news for the future and as you can see, O-Line is the youngest position group on the whole team!

While the defensive line appears significantly older than the rest of the roster that's mainly because of Justin Smith who is the oldest skill position player on the team. Behind him, the D-Line is rather young averaging 25 Years Old with Ray Mac being the "elder" at just 28.

The LBs being just 25 years old is a scary prospect for the rest of the NFL when you consider they are all signed through the next three seasons at least! Absolutely incredible work by the front office in this regard. Superb.
[ Edited by SaksV on Jun 5, 2013 at 10:50 AM ]
  • Wodwo
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What's the point in figuring this out before the cut down to the final 53 man roster?
  • SaksV
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Originally posted by Wodwo:
What's the point in figuring this out before the cut down to the final 53 man roster?

Because regardless whether players like Justin Smith, Brian Jennings, Frank Gore and Nnamdi Asomugha are cut, there won't be much of a change to the above posted averages. Obviously it will change to a slight degree once cuts are made, but not by that much because the entire team is basically 25 years old.
  • Wodwo
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Originally posted by SaksV:
Because regardless whether players like Justin Smith, Brian Jennings, Frank Gore and Nnamdi Asomugha are cut, there won't be much of a change to the above posted averages. Obviously it will change to a slight degree once cuts are made, but not by that much because the entire team is basically 25 years old.

It's the UDFA rookies being cut that will make an impact.
This site:

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/sfo/2012_roster.htm

has the average age from LAST YEAR'S (as well as all other previous seasons) roster (very bottom of the roster list).....the one for this upcoming season isn't updated yet though but its a good reference

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Avg. age of the team's FINAL ROSTER for the previous 10 seasons (2003-2012):

2012: 26.7

2011: 26.0

2010: 26.7

2009: 27.3

2008: 27.2

2007: 27.1

2006: 26.5

2005: 26.2

2004: 26.0

2003: 26.7

Source: http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/sfo/
  • buck
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Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Avg. age of the team's FINAL ROSTER for the previous 10 seasons (2003-2012):

2012: 26.7

2011: 26.0

2010: 26.7

2009: 27.3

2008: 27.2

2007: 27.1

2006: 26.5

2005: 26.2

2004: 26.0

2003: 26.7

Source: http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/sfo/


Nice information and source. Thanks.