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The 49ers are poised to give quarterback Jimmy Clausen a three-year deal worth about $9.1 million. The 49ers have long sought to move on from Colin Kaepernick, who signed with the Denver Broncos the same year Clausen joined them.
The 49ers had a chance to match Kaepernick’s $11.8 million signing bonus with another two years, but they had a one-year “injury discount” on their original offer, which wasn’t offered to Kaepernick until September 1. There’s no way the 49ers would have made any money during that month if he hadn’t signed.
The team decided not to match their salary cap cap room to help pay for Kaepernick, who is still only two years removed from his second Super Bowl, according to OverTheCap.com.
“We’re definitely disappointed with their decision,” 4창원안마 창원출장샵9ers director of player personnel Chris Mortensen said Wednesday, per CSNBayArea.com. “It’s just not right. It’s not what we want to do. But there were multiple situations where we felt he’d be able to take a significant step, either in his career or as we view him going forward.”
The 49ers have already given the r양산출장샵est of their offseason work to fill their offensive line, but it’s easy to see the 49ers getting more out of players on the fringe. The 49ers have struggled with a lack of interior linemen this year despite signing six in free agency: center Rodney Hudson, defensive tackle Trent Brown, defensive tackle Anthony Davis, linebacker NaVorro Bowman and outside linebacker Kevin Burnett.