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2018 Team Information (Needs)

2018 - Welcome to Year 2 of the Rebuild

The 49er Way:
Talent: Speed, Toughness/Physicality, Position Specific Athletic Traits & Scheme Fit
Spirit: Football Passion; Do they Love it?, Contagious Competivenes, Dependability; Protect the Team, Mental Toughness, Football IQ & Accountability to other Players and Themselves

2017 Team Needs
2016 Team Needs
2015 Team Needs
2014 Team Needs
2013 Team Needs

Front Office & Coaching Updates:

Front Office:
CEO - Jed York
President of 49ers Enterprises & Executive Vice President of Football Operations - Paraag Marathe
Director of Football Administration & Analytics - Brian Hampton
General Manager - John Lynch
Vice President and Special Advisor to the General Manager - Keena Turner
Vice President of Player Personnel - Adam Peters
Sr. Personnel Executive - Martin Mayhew
Director of Pro Personnel - Ran Carthon
Assistant Director of Pro Personnel - X
Head Coach - Kyle Shanahan
Administrative Assistant to the Head Coach - Nick Kray

Offense:
Offensive Coordinator - Kyle Shanahan
Offensive Assistant - T.C. McCartney
Offensive Quality Control - Taylor Embree
Quarterbacks - Rich Scangarello
Running Backs - Bobby Turner
Assistant Head Coach/Tight Ends - Jon Embree
Running Game Coordinator - Mike McDaniel
Wide Receivers - Mike LaFleur
Offensive Line - John Benton
Offensive Line Assistant - Adam Stenavich

Defense:
Defensive Coordinator - Robert Saleh
Defensive Quality Control - Bob Slowik
Senior Defensive Assistant - X
Inside Linebackers - DeMeco Ryans
Linebackers/Run Defense Specialist - Johnny Holland
Secondary/Passing Game - Joe Woods
Assistant Secondary - Daniel Bullocks
Defensive Line - Kris Kocurek
Assistant Defensive Line - Kenechi Udeze (interviewing)
Pass Rush Specialist - Chris Kiffin

Special Teams:
Special Teams Coordinator - Richard Hightower
Special Teams Assistant - Stan Kwan

Strength & Conditioning:
Strength & Conditioning - Ray Wright - Released
Strength & Conditioning Assistant - Marquis Johnson - Released
Strength & Conditioning Assistant - Dustin Perry - Released
Strength & Conditioning Assistant - Michael Clay - Released

2018 Schedule:
Home Games: Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams & Seattle Seahawks
Away Games: Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams & Seattle Seahawks

2019 Schedule:
Home: Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers & Green Bay Packers

Away: Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals & Washington

Strength of Schedule: 20th
Important NFL Dates : First Day: April 16 / OTAs: May 21-22, May 24, May 29-30, June 1, June 4-5, June 7 / Mandatory Minicamp: June 12-14
Free Agent Tracker:
Draft Visits & Hero Tracker: Note: 50-67% of draft picks we've historically met with
MadDog's 256 or Tuls 300
5th Year Options: NFL teams have until May 3rd, 2017 to exercise a fifth-year contract option on all first-round draft picks. The salaries are typically guaranteed for injury only (must pass a physical) and is effective until the first day of the 2018 league year (March 14th, 4PM EST), at which point the option money on the contract will become fully guaranteed.
49ers Tweets (Comprehensive)

Schedule:
1 @ MIN - Early
2 vs. DET - Late
3 @ KC - Early
4 @ LAC - Late
5 vs. ARI - Late
6 @ GB - MNF
7 vs. LAR - SNF
8 @ ARI - Late
9 vs. OAK - TNF
10 vs. NYG - MNF
12 @ TB - Early
13 @ SEA - SNF
14 vs. DEN - Late
15 vs. SEA - Late
16 vs. CHI - Late
17 @ LAR - Late

Position - Quantity / Projected Rounds (Quality: # Rd 1 or 2)

ER - 10 / 1-5 (8)
LB - 12 / 1-7 (5)
CB - 17 / 1-7 (4)
WR - 17 / 1-7 (4)
T - 7 / 2, 4, 5 or 7 (3)
DE - 13 / 2-7 (2)
S - 6 / 1-4 or 7 (2)
RB - 4 / 1, 2, 4 or 7 (2)
C - 7 / 1, 5, 6 or 7 (2)
G - 4 / 1, 2, 5 or 7 (2)
QB - 3 / 2 or 4 or 7 (1)
TE - 4 / 5 or 7 (0)

Order of Importance Based on Visits: ER, LB, CB, WR, T, DE, S, RB, C, G, QB, TE

Losses:
ER Elvis Dumervil - Released
C Daniel Kilgore - Traded him and his full contract to swap 7th round picks
RT Trenton Brown - Traded to the Patriots. 49ers get: 95th-overall pick. Patriots get: 143rd-overall pick+Trent Brown
G/T Anal Beades - Cut his ass
WR DeAndre Carter - Cut
SS Don Jones, OL Jamar McGloster & DL Blaine Woodson - Waived
CB C.J. Goodwin - Waived
S Corey Griffin - Waived
G Alan Knott - Waived
BE Cedric Thornton - Retired
FS Terrell Williams - Injury settlement
SAM Eli Harold - Traded to Detroit
SS Chancellor James - Waived
Max McCaffrey, Malcolm Johnson, Terrell Williams Jr., Joe Williams & Aaron Burbridge - Injury settlement
OL Matt Tobin- Released
TE Cole Wick - Released
WILL Reuben Foster - Released

Gains/Moves:
Front Office & Coaching Updates - See this section above
LB Mark Nzeocha - Signed to a 1-year contract
ER Cassius Marsh - Signed to a 2-year contract. Base salaries of $1.1M in 2018 and $3.8M in 2019. Received $3.1M GTD and his deal has a total base value of $7.7M. Incentives and escalators could push the total value up to $12.7M. Base salary in 2018 is GTD along with a $2M signing or roster bonus. That would bring the total value up to $6.9M, and seem to mean there is another $800K in roster and/or workout bonuses
QB Jimmy Garropolo - Signed to a 5-year, $137.5M contract with $74M GTD. $90M over the first 3 years Details. Cash: 18: $42.6 ($41.2 fully gtd); 19: $18.6 ($7.5 fully GTD, $17.2 injury gtd); 20: $25.2 ($15.7 injury gtd); 21: $25.5 & 22: $25.6 and Cap: 18: $37; 19: $20; 20: $26.6; 21: $26.9 & 22: $27
C Daniel Kilgore - Signed to a 3-year contract. $2.25M GTD roster bonus, $500K per game roster bonuses yearly and $100k workout bonuses yearly: $5.375M 2018: $2.825M 2019 and $3.675M 2020. 2018 base is likely GTD at signing, while his 2019 base is GTD for injury, and then fully on April 1 2019. $7M in guarantees, $4.775M at signing
T Garry Gilliam - Signed to a 2-year, $8M contract
WR Marquise Goodwin - Signed to a 3-year extension worth $20.3M and $10M GTD
SAM Dekoda Watson & RB Raheem Mostert - Team picked up the 2018 option and tendered a 1-year contract to exclusive rights free agent, respectively
P Jeff Locke - Signed to a 1-year contract
CB Richard Sherman - Signed to a 3-year, $39M contract Details
C Weston Richburg - Signed to a 5-year, $47.5M contract with $28.5M GTD Details
RB Jerick McKinnon - Signed to a 4-year, $30M contract Details. Per AB, 2019 salary ($4M) is less than 50% of his 2018 salary ($10M), doesn't include prorated bonuses, so that $6M difference gets treated as a signing bonus, and prorates over the 4yrs at $1.5M a yr, but the deal remains the same the way he was getting paid, the $6M bonus is just for cap purposes. Not additional money given to him.
MIKE Brock Coyle - Signed to a 3-year, $11.5M that includes $4.1M GTD
ER Jeremiah Attaocho - Signed to a 1-year, $5.125M contract
G Johnathan Cooper - Signed to a 1-year, $4.95M contract
LB Korey Toomer - Signed to a 1-year, $880K deal, with $90K Signing Bonus, $720K cap number (veteran minimum)
T Joe Staley - Deal restructured. Staley was scheduled to earn $10.97M over the next two years but will now earn $17.4M over the same time with $8.72M coming in 2018
RT Trenton Brown - Traded to the Patriots. 49ers get: 95th-overall pick. Patriots get: 143rd-overall pick+Trent Brown
SS Jaquiski Tartt - Signed to a 2-year, $15M contract; now signed through 2020
BE Arik Armstead - Exercised his 5th year option. He will earn an estimated $9M in 2019
WR Steven Dunbar, TE Ross Dwelley, QB Jack Heneghan, C Alan Knott, T Jamar McGloster, NT Niles Scott & FS Terrell Williams - UDFA's signed to 3-year deals
C Mike Person - Signed to a 1-year, $915K contract; counts $630K as a veteran minimum salary benefit deal
CB C.J. Goodwin - Signed to a 1-year deal
DE Blaine Woodson - Signed to a 3-year deal
SS Antone Exum Jr. - Signed to a 3-year deal
LG Laken Tomlinson - Signed to a 3-year $18M deal with $10M in GTD
G J.P. Flynn - Signef to a 2-year deal
DE Will Sutton & Cedric Thornton - Signed to a 1-year deal
TE Wes Saxton - Signed to a 1-year deal
RG Chris Gonzalez - Signed to a 1-year deal
RB Alfred Morris - Signed to a 1-year deal
BE Chris Jones - Signed to a 1-year deal
SAM Eli Harold - Traded to the Detroit Lions for a 2020 conditional seventh-round pick
RB Ja'Quan Gardner - Signed to a 1-year deal
RT Shon Coleman - Acquired from the Browns for a 2019 7th rounder
SS Antone Exum & OL Matt Tobin - Signed to a 1-year deal
SAM Terence Garvin - Signed to a 1-year deal
QB Tom Savage - Signed to a 1-year deal
DB Tarvarus McFadden, SS Terrell Williams Jr., WR Jordan Smallwood, G Najee Toran, OL Christian DiLauro, TE Marcus Lucas & Kapron Lewis-Moore - Signed to future contracts

2018 Draft Picks:
1 (9/9): Mike McGlinchey, RT
2 (12/44): Dante Pettis, WR
3 (6/70): Fred Warner, MIKE
3 (31/95): Tarvarious Moore, CB
4 (28/128): Kentavius Street, BE
5 (5/142): D.J. Reed, SCB
6 (10/184): Marcell Harris, S
7 (9/223): Jullian Taylor, 3T
7 (22/240): Richie James, SWR

2019 Draft Picks:
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th (Detroit for Tomlinson trade), 6th for 2019 and 7th (compensatory pick for Aaron Lynch)

Rookie Salaries:
Tarvarius Moore - $784,372 signing bonus, $3,351,372 total value
Kentavius Street - $610,200 signing bonus, $3,070,200 total value
D.J. Reed - $311,372 signing bonus, $2,771,372 total value
Jullian Taylor - $98,044 signing bonus, $2,558,044 total value
Richie James - $76,572 signing bonus, $2,536,572 total value

UDFA's:
UDFA Contract Information:
1. SCB Emmanuel Moseley, Tennesee - 5'11" 184. 4.42 40 yard time, 38.5 inch vertical. $30,000 ($15,000 base salary, & $15,000 signing bonus)
2. FS Corey Griffin, Georgia Tech - 6'1" 204. 4.56 40 yard time, 35 inch vertical. $5,000 ($5,000 signing bonus)
3. RB Jeffrey Wilson, North Texas - 6'0" 210. 4.57 40 yard time, 35 inch vertical. $10,000 ($10,000 signing bonus)
4. TE Ross Dwelley, University of San Diego - 6'5" 240. $27,000 ($20,000 base salary, & $7,000 signing bonus)
5. C Alan Knott, South Carolina - 6'4" 291. 6.08 40 yard time, 32 inch vertical. $3,000 ($3,000 signing bonus)
6. RT Jamar McGloster, Syracuse - 6'6" 310. $8,000 ($6,000 base salary, & $2,000 signing bonus)
7. ZWR Steven Dunbar, Houston - 6'1" 202. $14,000 ($5,000 base salary, & $9,000 signing bonus)
8. OCB Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State - 6'2" 204. 4.67 40 time, 38.5 vertical, 32.5 arms.$90,000 ($70,000 base salary, & $20,000 signing bonus)
9. NT Niles Scott, Frostburg State University - 6'1" 326. $1,000 ($1,000 signing bonus)
10. FS Terrell Williams, Houston - 6'4" 215. 4.50 40, 36 vertical, 80" wingspan. $5,000 ($5,000 signing bonus)
11. C Coleman Shelton, Washington - 6'4" 299. $40,000 ($20,000 signing bonus, $20,000 base salary)
12. G Najee Toran, UCLA - 6'2" 305. $6,000 ($4,000 signing bonus, $2,000 base salary)

Total - We gave out a total of $241K GTD, with $138K in base, and $103K in signing bonus money.

Tryouts :
QB Nick Mullens, RB Stacy Bedell, Stonybrook, RB Ja'Quan Gardner, Humboldt St., FB Connor Wentz, North Dakota State, OL Andrew Lauderdale, OL Julian Bartero, UC Davis, OL Patrick Choudja, Nevada, OL Andrew Marshall, Georgia Tech, OL Mason Hampton, Boise State, OL Logan Tuey-Tillman, UTEP, TE Cole Cook, N.C. State, TE Austin Roberts, UCLA, WR Blake Holder, Bemidji State, WR Javon Williams, Pima, WR Frank Stephens, Northern Colorado, DL Allen Edwards, Pittsburgh, DL Malik Forrester, Fresno State, DL Darius Latham, Indiana
DL Earl Okine, Florida, DL Blaine Woodson, Delaware, LB Ben Sorenson, Sacramento St., LB Shaan Washington, Texas A&M, LB Jordan Williams, Baylor, LB DeMarquis Gates, Mississippi, CB Kourtney Berry, Alabama State, CB Marloshawn Franklin, Cal, DB Darren Crawford, Southern Arkansas, DB Kevin Nutt, Colorado State, DB Jaleel Wadood, UCLA, S Ed Reynolds, Stanford, K Brandon Brown, Fort Hays St., K Younghoe Koo, Georgia Southern, P Jacob DeMaio, Weber State, LS Kavika Luafatasaga, Utah & LS C.J. Keller, Stanford

Cut down to 53:
WR Max McCaffrey, RB Joe Williams, P Jeff Locke, OL JP Flynn, RB Ja'Quan Gardner, OG Chris Gonzalez, QB Jack Heneghan, DL Chris Jones, T Pace Murphy, WR Aldrick Robinson, TE Wes Saxton, DL Will Sutton, OL Darrell Williams, OG Jonathan Cooper, LB Korey Toomer, DL Jeremiah Attaochu, WR Aaron Burbridge, WR Steven Dunbar Jr., TE Ross Dwelley, DB Antone Exum Jr., TE Cole Hikutini, FB Malcolm Johnson, OL Andrew Lauderdale, DB Dexter McCoil, CB Tarvarus McFadden, RB Jeremy McNichols, CB Emmanuel Moseley, QB Nick Mullens, DB Tyvis Powell, DL Niles Scott, OL Coleman Shelton, LB Pita Taumoepenu, OL Najee Toran, RB Jeff Wilson Jr.

53-man Roster:

Starter --- Rookie

Offensive Personnel: --- 24
QB: Nick Mullens; C.J. BeatHard
RB: Jeff Wilson Jr.; Alfred Morris & Matthew Dayes
FB: Kyle Juszczyk
TE: George Kittle; Ross Dwelley & Garett Celek
XWR: Marquise Goodwin; Max McCaffrey
SWR: Richie James; Trent Taylor
ZWR: Kendrick Bourne; Steven Dunbar Jr.
LT: Joe Staley; Shon Coleman
LG: Laken Tomlinson
C: Weston Richburg; Erik Magnuson
RG: Mike Person; Joshua Garnett
RT: Mike McGlinchey; Garry Gilliam

Defensive Personnel: --- 27
LDE: Arik Armstead; Jullian Taylor
NT: D.J. Jones; Earl Mitchell
RDT: DeForest Buckner; Sheldon Day
LEO: Solomon Thomas; Ronald Blair
ER: Cassius Marsh & Pita Taumoepenu
SAM: Mark Nzeocha; Ryan Delaire
MIKE: Fred Warner; James Onwualu
WILL: Elijah Lee; Malcolm Smith
RCB: Tarvarius Moore; Tyvis Powell
SCB: D.J. Reed; K'Waun Williams & Godwin Igwebuike
LCB: Richard Sherman; Greg Mabin
FS: Antone Exum; Tyvis Powell & Tyree Robinson
SS: Marcell Harris

Special Teams: --- 3
LS: Colin Holba
PK: Robbie Gould
P: Bradley Pinion

KOR: D.J. Reed & Richie James
PR: Dante Pettis; Trent Taylor
GR: Raheem Mostert & Tarvarious Moore

2018 Practice Squad: --- 6
OL - Najee Toran
OL - Christian DiLauro
TE - Marcus Lucas
WR - Jordan Smallwood
CB - Tarvarus McFadden
FS - Terrell Williams Jr.
LB - Tyrell Adams - Signed by the Raiders
TE - Cole Wick - Signed by the Titans
WR - Victor Bolden Jr. - Signed by the Bills

2018 Injured Reserve / PUP / NFI / Suspension Total: (Inactive PUP/NFI/Injured Reserved/Injured-Out/Pending/DR = Designation to Return)[Suspension]
2018 (18) --- 2017 (26) --- 2016 (22) --- 2015 (17) --- 2014 (21)
4-Year Injury Analysis
(Malcolm Johnson - Released, Aaron Burbridge - Released --- Jimmy Garoppolo, Jerick McKinnon, Matt Breida, Dante Pettis, Jaquiski Tartt, Raheem Mostert, Jimmie Ward, Emmanuel Moseley, J.P. Flynn, Ahkello Witherspoon, Dekoda Watson, Brock Coyle, Adrian Colbert & Pierre Garcon) / Marcell Harris - Activated from I.R. / Kentavius Street - Activated from I.R. for practice only
[Victor Bolden Jr., Reuben Foster & Kyle Nelson]
Injury Settlements: Max McCaffrey $177,882, Malcolm Johnson $115,588, Terrell Williams Jr. $106,765, Joe Williams $64,059 & Aaron Burbridge $74,118

Free Agents: --- Courtesy of AB81Rules
URFA - Free agents with 4 years NFL experience
RFA - Free agents with 3 years NFL experience
ERFA - Free agents with 2 years NFL experience

Unrestricted FAs:
RB Carlos Hyde - Signed with Browns on 3-year contract
RG Brandon Fusco - Signed with Falcons on 3-year contract
LDE Tank Carradine - Signed with Raiders on 1-year contract
ER Aaron Lynch - Signed with the Bears on a 1-year contract
TE Logan Paulsen - Signed with the Falcons on a 1-year contract
S Eric Reid
ER Elvis Dumervil
LDE Leger Douzable
CB Asa Jackson
CB Leon Hall - Signed with the Raiders on a 1-year contract
CB Dontae Johnson - Signed with the Seahawks on a 1-year contract
WR Louis Murphy
C Tim Barnes
S Antoine Exum

Restricted FA's: RFA tenders for lowest should be between $1.808M to $1.838M
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Exclusive Rights FA's:
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Cap Ramifications/Potential Cuts: --- Courtesy of AB81Rules
Read more from AB81Rules:

2018 Salary Cap Outlook:
The 49ers have $37,117,342 cap space in 2018 with a $177.2M confirmed cap. With that, we're expecting to carryover a total of $65,419,090 for 2019, before cuts like Watson, Mitchell, and Marsh.

2017 Rookie Cap Pool: $11,278,709

Note: Schefter Twitter: CA state tax = 13.3% / NY = 8.82% / WA, TX, TN, FL = 0%. Therefore, $10 million guaranteed in Seattle needs to be $11.33 million guaranteed in SF.

Base Salaries with Guarantees/Bonus Information:
Post #418

Team Salary Cap Notes: --- Courtesy of AB81Rules
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Pre & Post-June 1st (May 12th) consideration cuts could be, if needed:

WCO Positions/Formations: Courtesy of Niners816
Kyle Shanahan's WCO - ESPN
Kyle Shanahan's WCO
Traditionally the Z is the #1 WR, but Kyle did an outstanding job of moving Julio Jones around to all the spots (Z, X, Zebra/E/Eagle). I guess that's the ultimate goal to find a true number 1 that can play them all. As far as our personnel, Torrey is primarily an X. His speed is his main asset and that's needed to function as the split end. Again, a Julio Jones can do it all much like Jerry could so you could put him anywhere. Jeremy Kerley is a Slot/E/Eagle/Zebra and if we find a true Flanker or #1, he could be deadly.

ESPN's article above reviews Kyle's favorite plays. It featured 11 pass plays. Above are the primary, or in some cases, secondary receivers based strictly on position...Zebra is a Slot WR in 11 or 01 personnel situations. Y is the online TE. The article refers to Slot as W:
1) Z
2) Z/Zebra
3) Y/Zebra
4) HB
5) Z
6) Z
7) HB/X
8) X/HB
9) Z
10) Zebra
11) Y

What is a 4-3_Under Defense?
Explained 1
Explained 2
Explained 3 - Post #1263
Explained 4
Difference of 4-3 Under vs. Over

Trent Brown's Quick Feet

2017 Team Needs/Top Targets: (Draft & Free Agency)
Draft Strengths: DL, ER, S, CB, TE, RB
Draft Weaknesses: QB, OL, LB

DEFENSE - Top Draft Targets:
@ #2 or small trade-back
  • 1 Myles Garrett Texas A&M DE/OLB
  • 2 Malik Hooker Ohio State S
  • 3 Solomon Thomas Stanford DE
  • 4 Marshawn Lattimore Ohio State CB
  • 5 Jamal Adams LSU S
  • 6 Mitchell Trubisky North Carolina QB

Shanahan Draft Tendencies per The Athletic / WZ Member synopsis

Trend #1: He rarely drafts Offensive players in RD 1
- Over 10 seasons Shanny's teams have drafted 4 offensive players in the first round and only at 2 different positions (OT: Brown and Williams) and QB (RGIII and Manziel)
- We are set at both of those positions

Trend #2: He NEVER drafted RB or TE before RD 3
- Only one offensive player ever picked in RD 2
- Joel Bitonio in 2014 (Browns) is the only time he's selected an O player in the 2nd round
- Generally finds his offensive talent later in the draft

Trend #3: He does draft Offense in RD 3:
- Nine (9) offensive players taken in this round over the last ten (10) drafts
- Finds undervalued players here, it is his sweet spot (notable names: Slaton, Reed, West, Coleman, Hooper)
- Looks for players who are better on tape than their combine measurables
- Very good hit rate here, Niners have picks 70 & 74 here

Tight Ends: The last three TEs drafted by Shanny (Reed, Hooper and Kittle) have all run 40's faster than 4.75 (combine average for TEs), he values athleticism, route running and catching over pass blocking.

Wide Receivers: Shanny has lacked recent success here, most of his best WRs were already drafted (Julio) or through FA (Garcon)

Free Agency/Draft Retooling Plan:

Coaching Changes: None but wanted Todd Bowles or Ed Donatell hired as the Defensive Coordinator. Kyle Shanahan, on Black Monday, confirmed there would be no coaching changes. Strength & Conditioning coach, Ray Wright was released, however.

Notes:
  • Jimmy Garoppolo will only count $20M this year.
  • Do not resign DeForest Buckner. He's only counting $5.79M in 2019 and then we can exercise his 5th year option ($10M) and then Franchise Tag him cheap ($14-$16M) since he plays on the interior. No rush.
  • Solomon Thomas adds around 5-10 pounds and gets back to training inside at 3T/1T to pair with DeForest Buckner at 1T/3T.
  • Last year, the FO paid out $87.8M which included extending our own and signing free agents to these core players. This total also included $37M to Jimmy Garoppolo.

2018 Free Agency Spendings:
Jimmy Garoppolo $37,000,000
Weston Richburg $9,260,000
Jimmie Ward $8,526,000
Marquise Goodwin $6,275,000
Richard Sherman $6,175,000
Jerick McKinnon $6,000,000
Cassius Marsh $3,481,250
Laken Tomlinson $2,850,944
Jonathan Cooper $2,475,000
Garry Gilliam $2,450,000
Brock Coyle $2,050,000
Shon Coleman $658,000
Mike Person $630,000

2019 Salary Cap: We're projected to have $71M (including rollover) before the following cuts.

2019 Cap Cuts/Savings:
Pierre Garcon $6M
Garry Gilliam $5.05M
Cassius Marsh $4.2M
Malcolm Smith $4.05M
Earl Mitchell $3.7M
Brock Coyle $2.5M
Garrett Celek $2.1M
Dekoda Watson $1.5M
C.J. BeatHard $786K
Trent Taylor $645K
Matt Dayes $645K
James Onwualu $645K
Godwin Igwebuike $570K
Jullian Taylor $521K
J.P. Flynn $495K
Tarvarus McFadden $13K = +$32M

2019 Total Cap: $103M

Projected Franchised Players

Position: Current / Projected
Cornerback: $14,975,000 / $16,175,000
Defensive end: $17,143,000 / $17,291,000
Defensive tackle: $13,939,000 / $15,355,000
Linebacker: $14,961,000 / $15,591,000
Offensive line: $14,077,000 / $14,201,000
Punter/kicker: $4,939,000 / $5,018,000
Quarterback: $23,189,000 / $25,103,000
Running back: $11,866,000 / $11,322,000
Safety: $11,287,000 / $11,256,000
Tight end: $9,846,000 / $10,486,000
Wide receiver: $15,982,000 / $16,948,000

Free Agency: OverTheCap was used for free agency $ projections.
FS Earl Thomas 30 SEA 91.3 #3 S $12M APY - No brainer.
RG Mark Glowinski 27 IND 72.3 #10 G $10M APY - The RG behind one of the very best OL's in the game protecting Andrew Luck with excellent depth in Mike Person.
SAM/ER Preston Smith 26 WAS 76.9 #20 ED $9M APY - A real 6'5" 265 4.71 SAM who can cover some (Fred Warner 4.64), play through the strong side and provide actual edge rush who rarely has to come off the field.
WILL Jordan Hicks 26 PHI 75.6 #14 LB $7M APY - Veteran MIKE who moves to space at WILL to pair with Fred Warner and Preston Smith. Will learn both spots. 4.68 speed with coverage range.
BE Arik Armstead 25 SF 74.8 #28 ED $6M APY - AA is resigned to a 4-year $24M deal; down from $9M for 2019 alone.
LCB Rashaan Melvin 29 OAK 60.5 #93 CB $4M APY - Veteran CB depth who fits our prototype to compete with Witherspoon and Moore.
RG Mike Person 30 SF 67.2 #18 G $4M APY - Reward our own and Mike Person will help Mark Glowinski get up to speed and provide excellent depth.
XWR John Brown 29 BLT 66.1 #68 $4M APY - Kyle finds some speed depth behind Goodwin who can also play the slot.
Special Teams - PK Robbie Gould ($3.5M APY); P Bradley Pinion ($2.5M APY); RB Raheem Mostert ($1.2M APY); WILL Elijah Lee ($1M APY) & SAM Mark Nzeocha ($800K APY) - Reward our own.

2018 Cap Spend - $87.8M
2019 Cap Spend - $65M
2019 Rookie Pool (5 picks) - $7.5M
2019 Remaining Cap - $30.5M
2019 Cap Rank - 4th

2019 Draft:
1/2 ER Brian Burns - Gotta little Aldon Smith in him
2/36 LT Greg Little (developmental) - Could be more ideal at RT at the pro level; start out at G
3/00 ZWR Bryan Edwards - 6'3" 220
4/00 WILL
6/00 MIKE

Offensive Personnel: --- 25
QB: Jimmy Garoppolo; Nick Mullens
RB: Jerick McKinnon; Matt Breida, Jeff Wilson & Raheem Mostert
FB: Kyle Juszczyk
TE: George Kittle; Ross Dwelley
XWR: Dante Pettis; Marquise Goodwin
SWR: Richie James; [John Brown]
ZWR: [Bryan Edwards]; Kendrick Bourne
LT: Joe Staley; [Greg Little]
LG: Laken Tomlinson; Joshua Garnett
C: Weston Richburg; Erik Magnuson
RG: [Mark Glowinski]; Mike Person
RT: Mike McGlinchey; Shon Coleman

Defensive Personnel: --- 25
BE: Arik Armstead; Kentavius Street
1T/3T: DeForest Buckner; D.J. Jones
3T/1T: Solomon Thomas; Sheldon Day
LEO/ER: [Brian Burns]; Ronald Blair
SAM/ER: [Preston Smith]; Mark Nzeocha
MIKE: Fred Warner; [5th Draft Pick]
WILL: [Jordan Hicks]; Elijah Lee & [4th Draft Pick]
RCB: Tarvarius Moore; Ahkello Witherspoon
SCB: D.J. Reed; K'Wuan Williams
LCB: Richard Sherman; [Rashaan Melvin]
FS: [Earl Thomas]; Adrian Colbert
SS: Marcell Harris; Jaquiski Tartt

Special Teams: --- 3
LS: Kyle Nelson
PK: Robbie Gould
P: Bradley Pinion
KOR: D.J. Reed & Richie James
PR: Dante Pettis; D.J. Reed
GR: Raheem Mostert & Tarvarious Moore
[ Edited by NCommand on Jan 17, 2019 at 12:33 PM ]
Making AB happy!
Nice job NC! Makes many of us happy! One question--you list the niners second pick traded to the Patriots, but not the later rounds (4th & 5th) and where they were traded...any reason?
Originally posted by NCommand:
Making AB happy!

Very important
Thanks for taking the time for doing these!

As far as our needs, we filled 2 huge needs already. Now I really want is some 2nd-tier signings like last years (Goodwin, Mitchell, Dumervil, Gould). Hopefully fill LB, EDGE, WR, Lynch, Kyle and Saleh can figure out good low cost free agents to fill holes before draft
Wow, talk about getting up early and downing a pot of Espresso! Way to go NC, and thanks for all the work. Just looking at this:

Will be surprised if any of our UFAs are kept. Maybe, Coyle but i wouldn't bet on it.

Looking at your Opus, reminds that now would be a stellar time to land a pair of LBs, keeping in mind we have...unhhh...none? One? How exactly does one figure that? But at least one, and lynch is as good as anyone to know which one. If he takes none, then we know they weren't worth much. Still, like Kilgore at C, we need somebody behind the DL and in front of the DBs. I think that is our next acquisition....LB.

Also that extra 3rd we have sure comes at a nice time...with all that talent, starting talent running up to and thru #70. Last yr that didn't seem like such a big deal. Right now, awesome. Thanks again for your work.
My list of position importance and how Lynch/Shanahan have done so far.

Group One
FQB--done with signing JG long term
LT--Staley was here, still is
Edge (pass rusher)--to be determined

Group Two
Center--Kilgore and Richburg
Shutdown CB--Sherman (if he's healthy and hasn't lost a step)
WR--Good non-elite talent in Garcon and Goodwin, with Taylor. No elite game breaker

Group Three
OG/RT--some talent but really unproven. With Garnett, Tomlinson, either Kilgore or Richburg...need two sure starters out of this group.
TE--good group, no game changer
RB--decent group but need to upgrade if possible. Not a priority as Shahan will create RB opportunities
DL--good group with depth
LB (other than edge)--some talent but no Willis or Bowman unless Foster straightens out and stays healthy
[ Edited by dtg_9er on Mar 13, 2018 at 10:35 AM ]
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Nice job NC! Makes many of us happy! One question--you list the niners second pick traded to the Patriots, but not the later rounds (4th & 5th) and where they were traded...any reason?

Thanks all. This bad boy is updated as news and updates come in year round.

dtg...omitted that 2nd to show what picks we actually have...for now.
Thanks NC! Nice to have it all in one place!
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Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
Wow, talk about getting up early and downing a pot of Espresso! Way to go NC, and thanks for all the work. Just looking at this:

Will be surprised if any of our UFAs are kept. Maybe, Coyle but i wouldn't bet on it.

Looking at your Opus, reminds that now would be a stellar time to land a pair of LBs, keeping in mind we have...unhhh...none? One? How exactly does one figure that? But at least one, and lynch is as good as anyone to know which one. If he takes none, then we know they weren't worth much. Still, like Kilgore at C, we need somebody behind the DL and in front of the DBs. I think that is our next acquisition....LB.

Also that extra 3rd we have sure comes at a nice time...with all that talent, starting talent running up to and thru #70. Last yr that didn't seem like such a big deal. Right now, awesome. Thanks again for your work.
I totally agree Doc! NCommand!

Originally posted by Giedi:
I totally agree Doc! NCommand!

Team effort... ultimate team game. Ha.
Arsenal2004...looks like you had some technical difficulties. LOL
Year 2 of the rebuild? What exactly were 2016 and 2015?
Originally posted by 9erReign:
Year 2 of the rebuild? What exactly were 2016 and 2015?

Rest period
Great stuff, NC! I'd add that Richburg hasn't signed anything yet, though it'd be a serious douchebag move if he agreed and went elsewhere (sorry Frank, it's a DB move, but I love you).

I think Kilgore easily displaces Tomlinson at LG if no additional guards are added to the roster.

Originally posted by 9erReign:
Year 2 of the rebuild? What exactly were 2016 and 2015?

IIRC, 2015 was a "reload" year. 2016 was a sloppy crap sandwich.
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