49ers sign Spencer to a new contract

Sep 20, 2006 at 11:07 AM--


According to the NFL Players Association, the 49ers have given CB Shawntae Spencer a contract extension. He is now signed through 2012.

According to Niner Cap Hell, Spencer was originally signed through 2008. Spencer has been the team's most consistent corner over the past couple of seasons. During his three seasons with the team (including this season) since being drafted in the 2nd round of the 2004 NFL Draft, Spencer has played in 33 games, made 163 tackles and grabbed on to 4 interceptions.

Terms of the contract are listed below:

2004 - 230,000.00
2005 - 305,000.00
2006 - 425,000.00
2007 - 510,000.00
2008 - 680,000.00
2009 - 1,670,000.00
2010 - 2,850,000.00
2011 - 3,100,000.00
2012 - 3,200,000.00





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