The 49ers' defense appears to be set with the late push Tuesday night to re-sign cornerback Carlos Rogers.
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Yep, the 49ers signed a cornerbackreturn man on Tuesday -- an hour or so before the official start of free agency.Of course, the 49ers needed to add a cornerback.
The NFL has set the league-wide salary cap at 120.6 million per team, ProFootballTalk.com reported Sunday.
UPDATE at 10:35 a.m.: The 49ers announced on their Twitter page that they have placed the non-exlusive franchise tag on Dashon Goldson.