Carlos Rogers is scheduled to earn $6.6 million in base salary and bonuses in 2014, a figure the 49ers will not be willing to pay.
The 49ers are set to enter free agency on Tuesday with slightly over $10 million in cap room, according to a league source.
The Browns are reportedly “very serious” about signing Cleveland native Donte Whitner, who would replace free-agent-to-be T.J. Ward.
Despite signing a reported two-year, $12 million extension Anquan Boldin's contract will count just $2.364 million against the 49ers 2014 salary cap.
The 49ers pass defense has been second only to the Seahawks in the past two season, a facet of their game may be in danger of decline.
The 49ers have never shown much interest in Michael Vick. But if he's willing to accept a backup role and pay cut, it could make sense.
Tarell Brown’s competition on the open market for cornerback-needy teams has been greatly reduced before the free-agent signing period even begins.
The 49ers will have some competition to retain Donte Whitner as the veteran safety is reportedly on the New York Jets' list of free-agent targets.
With around $10 million in cap space, the 49ers may be in a position where they have to start asking veterans to restructure their contracts.
Demarcus Dobbs carved out a nice role for himself last season with the 49ers, and on Friday the team made it clear they want to keep him around.
The 49ers are well-stocked on the defensive line, but that may not stop them from making a run at Seahawks' lineman Michael Bennett.
The 49ers are focused on keeping their own free agents, but with $10 million in cap space, they'll have to prioritize some over others.
NFL teams can start talking to free agents on Saturday, and sign them on Tuesday. Here's everything you need to know about NFL free agency.
NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner believes that it's only a matter of time before Colin Kaepernick gets paid like the rest of the NFL's elite QBs.