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SmootSmack 03-14-2008 01:40 PM

49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
I don't have any specifics right now

Big C 03-14-2008 01:42 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
damn theres one lost. dj hackett or bust for free agency now, i really dont want us to have to use a 1st on a WR

GTripp0012 03-14-2008 01:42 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
Hmm. Very interesting.

Does this put Darrell Jackson on the hot seat? Or is this just a depth signing due to the age of the starters?

I guess we will know when we see the contract #'s.

Redskin Warrior 03-14-2008 01:43 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
I knew it the 49ers & Browns have stacked up for next season seriously

GTripp0012 03-14-2008 01:43 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[quote=Big C;432037]damn theres one lost. dj hackett or bust for free agency now, i really dont want us to have to use a 1st on a WR[/quote]I wouldn't worry about that. We have extended a contract offer to Reche Caldwell.

We can always choose to address WR next year when we know more about Santana Moss' future production.

GTripp0012 03-14-2008 01:47 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[quote=Redskin Warrior;432040]I knew it the 49ers & Browns have stacked up for next season seriously[/quote]I could see the 49ers winning a few more games than next year.

Browns, I would be surprised if they went .500 next year. Derek Anderson is no guarantee to be any better than we thought he would be before last year (beware the career year), Jamal Lewis is a near lock to be worse, and their offensive line did an amazing job avoiding injury last year, unlikely to happen again as the 2007 Redskins would show.

Their defense will be tougher against the run, but they spun their wheels in place against the pass. Corey Williams will provide some pressure, but they dealt their best CB to get Shaun Rogers, and they don't have any draft picks to improve with on that side of the ball.

I see 7-9 for them at best, but much, much better in 2009.

SmootSmack 03-14-2008 01:54 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
This means the Bills are almost a lock to take a WR now with their first pick, with Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly being options 1 and 1a

GTripp0012 03-14-2008 01:55 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[quote=SmootSmack;432052]This means the Bills are almost a lock to take a WR now with their first pick, with Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly being options 1 and 1a[/quote]Have they really soured on Lee Evans?

I know they already gave Roscoe Parrish an extension last year.

GridIron26 03-14-2008 02:01 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[quote=GTripp0012;432053][B]Have they really soured on Lee Evans?[/B]

I know they already gave Roscoe Parrish an extension last year.[/quote]

I doubt it, Evans is one of the leaders on the team I believe? If not, he's still best WR on that rooster.. As for Parrish, I saw several Buffalo games and he isn't that great WR.. But he's really good at returning the kicks, probably the reason why Buffalo decided to extend Parrish's contract..

Ruhskins 03-14-2008 02:35 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[QUOTE=GTripp0012;432045]I could see the 49ers winning a few more games than next year.

Browns, I would be surprised if they went .500 next year. Derek Anderson is no guarantee to be any better than we thought he would be before last year (beware the career year), Jamal Lewis is a near lock to be worse, and their offensive line did an amazing job avoiding injury last year, unlikely to happen again as the 2007 Redskins would show.

Their defense will be tougher against the run, but they spun their wheels in place against the pass. Corey Williams will provide some pressure, but they dealt their best CB to get Shaun Rogers, and they don't have any draft picks to improve with on that side of the ball.

I see 7-9 for them at best, but much, much better in 2009.[/QUOTE]

I don't see the 49ers winning unless Alex Smith proves to be a franchise QB and meets the expectation the team has had of him. I think Cleveland will be much better b/c they have a good QB in Anderson and while yes he could have the career slump, he still has a young Brady Quinn behind him in the depth chart, and I think that will be a good pressure to keep anderson in line. And besides, Anderson performed well as a QB in the AFC, which is a much tougher place to play than the NFC (especially the NFC west).

SmootSmack 03-14-2008 03:04 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[QUOTE=GTripp0012;432053]Have they really soured on Lee Evans?

I know they already gave Roscoe Parrish an extension last year.[/QUOTE]

No, they love Evans. Just like we love Santana Moss. But the Bills want a big target to complement Evans.

Dirtbag59 03-14-2008 03:14 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
So apparently right now the plan is to go into training camp with Moss, ARE, Mix, Caldwell, and Espy on the roster.

SmootSmack 03-14-2008 03:16 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[QUOTE=Dirtbag359;432074]So apparently right now the plan is to go into training camp with Moss, ARE, Mix, Caldwell, and Espy on the roster.[/QUOTE]

Thrash?

DynamiteRave 03-14-2008 03:17 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[quote=Dirtbag359;432074]So apparently right now the plan is to go into training camp with Moss, ARE, Mix, Caldwell, and Espy on the roster.[/quote]

Hackett was offered a deal so.. Potentially him too..?

GTripp0012 03-14-2008 03:18 PM

Re: 49ers Sign WR Bryant Johnson
 
[quote=Ruhskins;432065]I don't see the 49ers winning unless Alex Smith proves to be a franchise QB and meets the expectation the team has had of him. I think Cleveland will be much better b/c they have a good QB in Anderson and while yes he could have the career slump, he still has a young Brady Quinn behind him in the depth chart, and I think that will be a good pressure to keep anderson in line. And besides, Anderson performed well as a QB in the AFC, which is a much tougher place to play than the NFC (especially the NFC west).[/quote]I feel that by the time Quinn gets the keys in Cleveland, the Browns won't have a serious shot at the playoffs in 2008. By 2009, I wouldn't be surprised if they emerge as an elite team in the AFC.


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