Kurt Warner just left the 49ers’ team facility in a stretch Range Rover. He did not stop on his way out, but 49ers GM Scot McCloughan did.
UPDATED with exclusive Warner interview (well, kind of). UPDATE II: The 49ers lose a player. See bottom of this post for details. * * * The Kurt Warner Watch continues at 4949 Centennial Boulevard in Santa Clara, site of the 49ers’ team offices.
Fullback Moran Norris, late of the 0-16 Detroit Lions, is back with the 49ers. He officially signed his three-year, $5 million contract today in Santa Clara.
Kurt Warner and his wife, Brenda, arrived at the 49ers’ team offices in Santa Clara about 10 minutes ago.
The 49ers are pulling out all the stops for Kurt and Brenda Warner.
There was an obvious parallel when reports on ESPN and “Instant 49ers” first surfaced Friday evening of the 49ers’ interest in Kurt Warner.
What is the role of a coach in “recruiting” free agents?
Free-agent quarterback Kurt Warner is still scheduled to visit Monday with 49ers officials.
It has been confirmed through multiple reliable sources today that the 49ers continue to pursue a contract with Cardinals free-agent quarterback Kurt Warner.
The 49ers signed wide receiver Brandon Jones this morning to a five-year, $16.5 million contract with $5.4 million in guaranteed money, according to his agent.
The 49ers have set up their second visit of free agency, as it’s been learned Redskins defensive end Demetric Evans is scheduled to meet with club officials on Monday.
At least this 49ers quarterback scenario makes a heck of a lot more sense than the Michael Vick speculation of a couple weeks ago.
UPDATED (7:30 p.m.) The 49ers have a “legitimate shot” to land veteran free-agent quarterback Kurt Warner, who led the Arizona Cardinals to the Super Bowl this season, a league source said. A second source with knowledge of the situation said there have been no serious contract discussions.
I’m starting a new entry with the second half of the first day of NFL free agency:
Welcome to the first full day of NFL free agency. It’s darn early in the morning . . . do you know where your free agent is?
We might even have a few updates here throughout the evening/morning . . . * * * The NFL announced this evening that 444 players have become free agents and are now eligible to negotiate with any team in the league.
While newlywed Alex Smith is on his honeymoon, talks about reducing his contract have been put on hold. The only timeline for getting a new deal in place apparently is Monday, March 16.
That darn East Coast bias gets pretty annoying, eh?
The 49ers currently have approximately $25 million in salary-cap space with free agency set to begin at 9:01 p.m. (PT) tomorrow night. Don’t expect anything memorable like a year ago when this blog posted a report about the first free agent to switch teams. The post was time-stamped at 9:27 p.m. Teams — and players speaking to the media — will probably be a little more discreet this year.
Just wanted to check in for a quick update.