Buy 49ers at Rams NFC Championship tickets →
Photo courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers

Photo courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers


Fred Warner, Jason Verrett, three other 49ers receive performance-based bonuses

Apr 6, 2021 at 7:29 AM--


Five San Francisco 49ers players earned performance-based bonuses, per a report from NBC Sports Bay Area. They include linebackers Fred Warner and Dre Greenlaw, and defensive backs Jason Verrett and Tarvarius Moore. One offensive lineman, Daniel Brunskill, also earned the additional pay.

Matt Maiocco has the breakdown of how much each earned via the performance-based bonuses.


The performance-based pay program is a collectively-bargained benefit that compensates all players, including rookies, based upon their playing time and salary levels. The money comes from a fund created and used as a supplemental form of player compensation.

Players become eligible for the additional payout in any regular season in which they play at least one official snap. Those with lower salaries who vastly outperformed their pay benefit most from the pool.

Brunskill was an exclusive-rights free agent heading into the offseason, while Verrett was an unrestricted free agent. San Francisco re-signed both players to one-year deals.

Related News





Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News



Three 49ers players receive PFWA honors

By Site Staff
Jan 24

The Pro Football Writers of America announced their All-NFL, All-AFC, and All-NFC rosters for the 2021 season. Three San Francisco 49ers players made the honorary squads. All-Pro tackle Trent Williams and defensive end Nick Bosa were named to the All-NFL team. Tight end George Kittle joins his two teammates on the All-NFC team. This was the first selections for Williams and Bosa to the Pro Football Writers of America All-NFL team. This season, Williams was named a first-team All-Pro for the first time in his career. He also earned his ninth Pro Bowl selection. Bosa was named to his second Pro Bowl. The 49ers are preparing to travel to SoFi Stadium to face the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game. Below are the Pro Football Writers of America



49ers-Cowboys: Fred Warner injured late in the game

By David Bonilla
Jan 16

It didn't look good for Fred Warner. The San Francisco 49ers linebacker went down in the fourth quarter and was clutching his left leg in obvious pain. It was a non-contact injury on the Cowboys drive that followed the interception thrown by quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Dallas ended up scoring on the drive. San Francisco still leads 23-17 at the time of this post. Warner played in 16 games this season, racking up 137 tackles, seven tackles for a loss, three quarterback hits, 0.5 sacks, four passes defensed, a forced fumble, and three fumble recoveries heading into this playoff game, per Pro Football Reference. Update: The 49ers announced that Warner is "questionable" to return due to an ankle



49ers LB Fred Warner says he is 'good to go' after injury scare vs. Cowboys

By David Bonilla
Jan 17

On Monday morning, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Fred Warner provided an injury update via Twitter. "Sorry for the scare yesterday, everyone," Warner wrote. "I appreciate everyone showing love and support for me and the fellas. We'll be good to go. Huge win, onto the next." Sorry for the scare yesterday everyone, I appreciate everyone showing love and support for me and the fellas🙏🏾. We'll be good to go. Huge win, onto the next.— Fred Warner (@fred_warner) January 17,



Rapoport discusses injuries to 49ers defenders Nick Bosa, Fred Warner

By David Bonilla
Jan 17

The San Francisco 49ers finished Sunday's game without two of their best defenders. Pass rusher Nick Bosa left the game at the end of the first half and was ruled out with a concussion. Linebacker Fred Warner exited the second half and did not return due to an ankle injury. "On Nick Bosa's concussion, my information is that I cannot speculate on a concussion," NFL insider Ian Rapoport said Monday morning on KNBR's Murph & Mac show. "And it's not just me. It's impossible. Teammates sounded like he was talking in the locker room and OK, but that doesn't actually mean anything because everyone recovers from concussions differently, and you can't tough it out." Bosa has hurdles to get past to play in Saturday's playoff game against the Green Bay Packers,


Featured

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone