Carlos Rogers will stay in San Francisco

Mar 13, 2012 at 7:07 PM--


Free agent cornerback Carlos Rogers will remain with the San Francisco 49ers. According to Jason Cole on Twitter, and retweeted by Matt Maiocco, he is about to re-sign with a deal that will average about $7.3 million per year.

Rogers finished the regular season with 43 tackles, 6 interceptions and a touchdown.

There has also been news that the 49ers are interested in Eric Wright (Detroit) and Brandon Carr (Kansas City).

Updated at 7:27 PM

Jason LaCanfora reports that the Carlos Rogers deal is for 4-years and worth a max of $31.3 million.

Updated at 7:33 PM

Matt Barrows adds the following on Twitter (@mattbarrows):

Carlos Rogers' four-year deal means every starter from the 49ers' 2011 defense will be back in 2012





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