Carlos Rogers spoke with select Bay Area media members Thursday, and had very positive things about the franchise he chose to return to.
Strategy: Let the initial surge of free-agent overspending die down and then make reasonable deals. Matt Maiocco details just where it got the 49ers this offseason.
The 49ers went to great lengths to keep private their pursuit of Peyton Manning. Insider Matt Maiocco breaks down the mysterious courtship between the 49ers and the prized free agent quarterback.
The 49ers signed cornerback Perrish Cox to a contract with no guaranteed money. In other words, the 49ers are giving Cox a chance, but they are not counting on him to be a contributor for the team in 2012.
Deuce Lutui, a backup guard for the Cardinals last season, worked out with the 49ers on Monday, a league source confirmed to CSNBayArea.com.
With their moves in free agency likely done, Insider Matt Maiocco ranks the positions Trent Baalke and the 49ers will look to fill in this year's NFL draft.
The 49ers will receive no compensatory draft picks in the 2012 draft, the NFL announced on Monday. That leaves the 49ers with their original pick in each round of the draft.
The 49ers have been busy this offseason in the free agent market, but have they improved? Matt Maiocco breaks down each position.More: Analyzing defense, special teams
The 49ers have been busy during the pre draft period. How have they graded out? First, we'll look at special teams and defense
With free agency pretty much over for San Francisco, our Insider Matt Maiocco catches his breath after a crazy week for the 49ers and answers your mailbag questions.
Josh Johnson played quarterback under Jim Harbaugh at USD, and his familiarity with the coach's dedication and preparation have him feeling good about his decision to join Harbaugh in SF.
Their 2011 success appears to have made the 49ers a desirable destination for NFL players, as Mario Manningham's relatively cheap contract exemplifies.
Andrew Luck decided to share the wealth Thursday at Stanford's pro day, and in the process, Coby Fleener did his fair share to solidify his standing as a likely first-round draft pick, too.
Alex Smith signed a three-year, $24 million contract with $9 million guaranteed. The deal can average as much as $11 million annually, but the contract has some interesting language to protect the 49ers.