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2014 49ers Salaries, As of 7/29//14, The 49ers are $7.9M under the '14 Cap

Pretty happy with my numbers, according to the NFLPA website's cap report I am $9K less than our actual cap room, so somewhere I am off on a contract worth a total of $9,000. Wouldn't mind that coin right now, lol. But hanging with Paraag is cooler.
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Pretty happy with my numbers, according to the NFLPA website's cap report I am $9K less than our actual cap room, so somewhere I am off on a contract worth a total of $9,000. Wouldn't mind that coin right now, lol. But hanging with Paraag is cooler.

Nice
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Pretty happy with my numbers, according to the NFLPA website's cap report I am $9K less than our actual cap room, so somewhere I am off on a contract worth a total of $9,000. Wouldn't mind that coin right now, lol. But hanging with Paraag is cooler.

Noice. Now make us resign Kap and Crabtree kthanks
As I reported earlier, Bruce Miller lowered his 2014 base salary down to $645,000, along with new base salaries of $1.1 million in 2015, $1.25 million in 2016, and $1.45 million in 2017, he also received a $1.786 million signing bonus.

He also is eligible for $160,000 per game roster bonuses in 2015-2017, along with $40,000 workout bonuses in 2015-2017. He also has $200,000 escalators for 2015-2017, base on making the pro bowl the previous year.

The 3-year extension is worth $5.4 million.


http://ninercaphell.com/2014/03/24/full-details-bruce-millers-extension-officially/

http://ninercaphell.com/bruce-miller/
Now under cap by $4.057M
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Now under cap by $4.057M

Great job as usual AB81
Originally posted by tohara3:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Now under cap by $4.057M

Great job as usual AB81

Thanks buddy.
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
As I reported earlier, Bruce Miller lowered his 2014 base salary down to $645,000, along with new base salaries of $1.1 million in 2015, $1.25 million in 2016, and $1.45 million in 2017, he also received a $1.786 million signing bonus.

He also is eligible for $160,000 per game roster bonuses in 2015-2017, along with $40,000 workout bonuses in 2015-2017. He also has $200,000 escalators for 2015-2017, base on making the pro bowl the previous year.

The 3-year extension is worth $5.4 million.


http://ninercaphell.com/2014/03/24/full-details-bruce-millers-extension-officially/

http://ninercaphell.com/bruce-miller/

Is his roster bonus $10,000 a game, or $160,000 a game. I am assuming it is the former, but not quite sure with the wording.

Chris
Originally posted by ManBearPig99:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
As I reported earlier, Bruce Miller lowered his 2014 base salary down to $645,000, along with new base salaries of $1.1 million in 2015, $1.25 million in 2016, and $1.45 million in 2017, he also received a $1.786 million signing bonus.

He also is eligible for $160,000 per game roster bonuses in 2015-2017, along with $40,000 workout bonuses in 2015-2017. He also has $200,000 escalators for 2015-2017, base on making the pro bowl the previous year.

The 3-year extension is worth $5.4 million.


http://ninercaphell.com/2014/03/24/full-details-bruce-millers-extension-officially/

http://ninercaphell.com/bruce-miller/

Is his roster bonus $10,000 a game, or $160,000 a game. I am assuming it is the former, but not quite sure with the wording.

Chris

Yeah $10K a game.
Think they go after Gabbert to reduce his salary? They already got to Baldwin and Dahl.
updated the 2014 page with projected cap numbers for the rookies.
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
updated the 2014 page with projected cap numbers for the rookies.

Great job! Does this also figure in cap figures for Stevie Johnson too? Thanks ahead of time.
Originally posted by tohara3:
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
updated the 2014 page with projected cap numbers for the rookies.

Great job! Does this also figure in cap figures for Stevie Johnson too? Thanks ahead of time.

Yep. Everything is current.
Quick question Jason.

Let's say we win the Super Bowl and a few of the old vets retire. Gore, Boldin, and J Smith...what kind of savings do we get? Obviously we would have 3 giant holes to fill but we would have some financial flexibility I imagine.
Originally posted by jreff22:
Quick question Jason.

Let's say we win the Super Bowl and a few of the old vets retire. Gore, Boldin, and J Smith...what kind of savings do we get? Obviously we would have 3 giant holes to fill but we would have some financial flexibility I imagine.

Gore is off the books, so no savings. If Justin retired, it would free up $4.25M, while Boldin would free up $3.273M, there would be some dead money, but that would be the overall savings for each player.