2013 Salaries

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# Name Pos. Signed Guar 2013 Salary Prorated Roster Workout Base
85 Davis, Vernon TE 2015 V $8,739,916 $2,067,916 $400,000 $200,000 $6,072,000
22 Rogers, Carlos CB 2015 V $7,344,531 $1,494,531 $250,000 $100,000 $5,500,000
21 Gore, Frank RB 2014 V $6,450,000 $0 $2,750,000 $400,000 $3,300,000
81 Boldin, Anquan WR 2013 V $6,000,000 $0 $0 $0 $6,000,000
15 Crabtree, Michael WR 2014 N $5,770,439 $770,439 $500,000 $0 $4,500,000
55 Brooks, Ahmad OLB 2017 V $5,050,000 $1,500,000 $750,000 $100,000 $2,700,000
31 Whitner, Donte SS 2013 V $4,933,334 $833,334 $0 $250,000 $3,850,000
76 Davis, Anthony RT 2019 C $4,246,666 $3,366,666 $0 $0 $880,000
4 Lee, Andy P 2018 V $4,075,000 $500,000 $1,750,000 $0 $1,800,000
99 Smith, Aldon OLB 2014 FR $3,922,909 $2,240,273 $0 $0 $1,682,636
94 Smith, Justin DE 2015 V $3,726,666 $2,186,666 $100,000 $500,000 $940,000
59 Goodwin, Jonathan C 2013 V $3,166,668 $666,668 $0 $0 $2,500,000
53 Bowman, NaVorro ILB 2018 C $3,105,562 $2,475,562 $0 $0 $630,000
82 Manningham, Mario WR 2013 N $2,800,000 $1,000,000 $0 $0 $1,800,000
74 Staley, Joe LT 2017 V $2,800,000 $0 $500,000 $200,000 $2,100,000
77 Iupati, Mike LG 2014 N $2,629,500 $1,327,500 $300,000 $0 $1,002,000
91 McDonald, Ray DE 2015 V $2,561,985 $1,746,985 $0 $100,000 $715,000
52 Willis, Patrick ILB 2016 V $2,386,750 $421,750 $750,000 $500,000 $715,000
9 Dawson, Phil PK 2013 V $2,350,000 $1,000,000 $0 $100,000 $1,250,000
90 Dorsey, Glenn NT/DE 2014 V $2,207,500 $1,142,500 $0 $350,000 $715,000
25 Brown, Tarell CB 2013 V $2,132,314 $707,314 $500,000 $0 $925,000
26 Brock, Tramaine CB 2017 N $2,073,000 $750,000 $0 $0 $1,323,000
75 Boone, Alex RG 2015 N $1,940,000 $340,000 $600,000 $50,000 $950,000
43 Dahl, Craig FS/SS 2015 V $1,783,333 $233,333 $250,000 $50,000 $900,000
27 Spillman, C.J. FS/SS 2014 V $1,558,333 $308,333 $0 $25,000 $1,225,000
35 Reid, Eric FS 2016 FR $1,541,955 $1,136,955 $0 $0 $405,000
2 McCoy, Colt QB 2013 N $1,445,625 $0 $815,625 $0 $630,000
7 Kaepernick, Colin QB 2014 N $1,397,535 $556,691 $0 $100,000 $740,844
51 Skuta, Dan OLB/ILB 2014 V $1,350,000 $150,000 $150,000 $50,000 $1,000,000
68 Snyder, Adam RG/RT 2014 V $1,143,750 $250,000 $43,750 $0 $850,000
84 Baldwin, Jon WR 2015 FR $1,061,510 $0 $0 $0 $1,061,510
95 Carradine, Tank DE 2016 N $899,578 $494,578 $0 $0 $405,000
93 Williams, Ian NT 2015 C $888,333 $333,333 $0 $0 $555,000
14 Osgood, Kassim WR/ST 2013 N $884,706 $0 $0 $0 $884,706
41 Ventrone, Raymond SS/FS 2014 V $880,000 $0 $165,000 $0 $715,000
23 James, LaMichael RB 2015 N $754,295 $213,436 $0 $50,000 $490,859
29 Culliver, Chris CB 2014 N $704,719 $149,719 $0 $0 $555,000
32 Hunter, Kendall RB 2014 N $664,805 $109,805 $0 $0 $555,000
24 Dixon, Anthony RB 2013 N $660,150 $30,150 $0 $0 $630,000
89 McDonald, Vance TE 2016 N $654,396 $249,396 $0 $0 $405,000
67 Kilgore, Daniel C 2014 N $595,075 $40,075 $0 $0 $555,000
78 Looney, Joe LG/C 2015 N $586,301 $106,301 $0 $0 $480,000
49 Miller, Bruce FB 2014 N $570,612 $15,612 $0 $0 $555,000
83 Dobbs, Demarcus TE/DE 2013 N $559,168 $4,168 $0 $0 $555,000
96 Lemonier, Corey OLB 2016 N $540,880 $135,880 $0 $0 $405,000
11 Patton, Quinton WR 2016 N $502,875 $97,875 $0 $0 $405,000
88 Celek, Garrett TE 2014 N $482,000 $2,000 $0 $0 $480,000
57 Wilhoite, Michael ILB 2013 N $480,000 $0 $0 $0 $480,000
30 Wright, Eric CB 2013 N $458,530 $0 $0 $0 $458,530
38 Lattimore, Marcus RB 2016 N $438,856 $75,146 $0 $0 $363,710
71 Dial, Quinton NT/DE 2016 N $409,123 $45,413 $0 $0 $363,710
47 McDermott, Kevin LS 2015 N $406,666 $1,666 $0 $0 $405,000
63 Jerod-Eddie, Tony DE/NT 2014 N $405,000 $0 $0 $0 $405,000
54 Moody, Nick ILB 2016 N $369,975 $26,918 $0 $0 $343,057
58 Fleming, Darius ILB/OLB 2015 N $344,200 $41,200 $0 $0 $303,000
40 Morris, Darryl CB 2015 N $333,529 $0 $0 $0 $405,000
64 Marquardt, Luke OT 2015 N $299,730 $1,666 $0 $0 $298,064
44 Debniak, Alex FB 2015 N $289,666 $1,666 $0 $0 $288,000
98 Okoye, Lawrence DE 2015 N $289,000 $1,000 $0 $0 $288,000
Carswell, Brandon WR 2014 N $288,000 $0 $0 $0 $288,000
46 Carrier, Derek TE 2015 N $166,675 $0 $0 $0 $405,000
69 Bykowski, Carter LT 2013 N $102,000 $0 $0 $0 $102,000
33 Hampton, Jewel RB 2013 N $102,000 $0 $0 $0 $102,000
17 Jacobs, Chuck WR 2013 N $102,000 $0 $0 $0 $102,000
64 Purcell, Michael NT 2013 N $102,000 $0 $0 $0 $102,000
62 Seymour, Ryan OG 2015 N $71,471 $0 $0 $0 $71,471
65 Netter, Al OG 2013 N $66,000 $0 $0 $0 $66,000
48 Tukuafu, Will FB/DE 2013 N $65,294 $0 $0 $0 $65,294
Swanson, Dax CB 2013 N $36,000 $0 $0 $0 $36,000
5 Bethel-Thompsn, McLeod QB 2013 N $30,000 $0 $0 $0 $30,000
19 Wylie, Devon WR 2013 N $18,000 $0 $0 $0 $18,000
Dead Money $6,101,120
Total & Dead $124,297,509
2013 Cap $126,277,319
2012 Carryover $859,734
2013 Credits $2,417,585
2013 Workout Misc. $504,000
2013 Projected Cap Room $2,306,810
Dobbs 1 Game Sus Credit $32,647
Crabs Roster Bonus credit $157,500
Vernon RB Credit $25,000
Willis RB Credit $93,750
Brown RB Credit $93,750
Iupati RB Credit $75,000 $884,706 $362,353
Veteran Credit 2013 $353,353 $522,353
Dead Money 2013 $2,175,038 NFLPA 1/6
Nnamdi Asomugha $1,268,750 $2,232,538 NFLPA 1/5 $57,500
A.J. Jenkins $873,187 $2,535,663 NFLPA 12/11 $303,125
David Akers $566,668 $2,600,957 NFLPA 12/11
Kyle Williams $390,427 $2,520,134 NFLPA 12/11
Marlon Moore $333,529 $2,565,135 NFLPA 12/5
Perrish Cox $326,471 $2,559,885 NFLPA 12/3
Will Tukuafu- Settlement $228,529 $2,535,178 NFLPA 12/3
Brian Jennings $221,000 $2,405,252 NFLPA 11/26
Nate Stupar $214,412 $3,130,547 NFLPA 11/20
Darcel McBath- Settlement $210,768 $3,105,840 NFLPA 11/12
McLeod Bethel-Thompson $197,647 $3,266,605 NFLPA 11/12
Josh Johnson $175,000 $3,185,355 NFLPA 11/12
Jermaine Cunningham $148,235 $2,690,532 NFLPA 11/12
Chris Harper $142,941 $2,665,827 NFLPA 11/7
B.J. Daniels $106,922 $2,688,415 NFLPA 11/6
Michael Thomas $98,120 $2,206,650 NFLPA 11/5
John Skelton $74,118 $2,016,062 NFLPA 11/1
Jason Slowey $69,384 $1,100,179 NFLPA 10/30
D’Aundre Reed $66,000 $1,043,415 NFLPA 10/22
Owen Marecic $65,294 $1,050,298 NFLPA 10/21
Derek Carrier $60,000 $986,649 NFLPA 10/21
Cam Johnson $35,361 $724,590 NFLPA 10/15
Patrick Omameh $30,000 $790,590 NFLPA 10/14
Trenton Robinson $27,625 $1,004,472 NFLPA 10/11
Nate Byham $26,550 $935,648 NFLPA 10/3
Curtis Holcomb $22,950 $683,295 NFLPA 10/2
Mike Person $22,950 $1,165,060 NFLPA 9/25
Darryl Morris $18,000 $1,498,589 NFLPA 9/19
Carter Bykowski $11,474 $1,172,118 NFLPA 9/18
Marcus Cooper $11,474 $1,629,177 NFLPA 9/12
Nathan Palmer $6,667 $2,129,118 NFLPA 9/11
Brian Tyms $5,334 $8,567,183 NFLPA 9/6
Al Netter $5,000 $8,341,636 NFLPA 9/6
Ricardo Lockette $5,000 $8,346,186 NFLPA 9/4
Kevin Murphy $4,000 $8,396,186 NFLPA 9/3
Matt Masifilo $3,334 $8,321,186 NFLPA 9/3
Michael Thomas $2,667 $7,518,359 NFLPA 8/29
Lowell Rose $2,666 $7,729,127 NFLPA 8/28
Darryl Morris $2,666 $6,836,052 NFLPA 8/23
Joe Holland $2,334 $6,761,052 NFLPA 8/20
Chris Owusu $2,000 $7,116,765 NFLPA 8/9
Anthony Mosley $2,000 $7,276,766 NFLPA 8/5
Kourtnei Brown $2,000 $7,436,766 NFLPA 7/25
Tony Jerod-Eddie $2,000 $5,436,766 NFLPA 7/19
Jewel Hampton $1,666 $6,423,721 NFLPA 6/20
Sherman Carter $1,333 $2,150,387 NFLPA 6/13
MarQuies Gray $1,333 $2,075,387 NFLPA 6/11
D.J. Harper $1,000 $2,211,267 NFLPA 6/8
Patrick Omameh $1,000 $1,469,993 NFLPA 5/7
Michael Purcell $1,000 $2,134,076 NFLPA 5/6
David Gonzales $667 $2,138,408 NFLPA 5/4
Cameron Bell $667 $2,150,072 NFLPA 5/3
Patrick Butrym $667
Chuck Jacobs $333
Total $6,101,120

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  • http://twitter.com/mattmchoes Matthew McHoes

    What would the cap penalty be for cutting donte whitner? is it the $833,334 signing bonus or is it his whole cap figure?

    • JUCJ85

      Good question, we would save $4.1 million, and only his prorated $833,334 counts against our cap with a release.

  • http://twitter.com/LukeSwagWalker_ Derek McComiskey

    With the boldin signing, revis is probably not a possibility huh

    • JUCJ85

      Probably not happening right now. He wants too much money, and they(Jets) want too much in draft picks, and they wont take on salary.

  • http://twitter.com/mcmcmu mc mc

    what’s the cap hit for releasing mario manningham?

    • JUCJ85

      We would save $2.35 million and take dead money hit of $2.6 million. But the $2.35 million is extra cap room.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dave.spencer.94 Dave Spencer

    We would trade donte whitner there’s talks a few teams want him

    • JUCJ85

      Where did you hear that?

  • PaulieC223

    Why is cap listed at $127M if its set at $123M? Sorry, prolly a stupid question.

    • JUCJ85

      Not a stupid question. It’s the combo of $123M cap, the carryover and credits listed.

  • sportsnut109

    I thought I heard Boldin’s cap number this year was 7.5 mil

    • Modesto Matt

      Ravens eat remaining signing bonus, we eat his base salary for 2013

      • JUCJ85

        Correct, Modesto has it correct, Ravens eat bonus proration.

  • sportsnut109

    Also what determine how much cap you can carryover per year?

    • Modesto Matt

      Simply just what is left from your cap in the prior season

      • sportsnut109

        Couldn’t people just keep carrying over cap space year after year. Say you had 50 million in cap space one year and apply that to the next year so you have 100 million and keep carrying it over making the cap effectively useless

        • Modesto Matt

          No, because there is now a minimum spend amount. Right now you can carry over quite a bit which is why you see teams with so much. check out overthecap.com. I think you can find answers there.

          • Jason

            You could still carryover 10% every year, the spending floor is 90% of the original cap, not a team’s adjusted cap number. You could pretty much do what sportsnut said, it would just take longer.

  • CoachB112376

    How in the world does Ahmed Brooks make more than Patrick and Navorro? I thought Patrick was one of our top payed players.

    • Modesto Matt

      Patrick’s future bonus money was moved into 2012 to lower his cap in 2013. He gets paid more – like $17mm last year.

  • Modesto Matt

    Other sites are using a starting cap number of $123mm and this appears to be based on a starting point of $123.9mm so far as I can see. Can you explain the difference?

    • JUCJ85

      I’ve changed my estimate to $123M, with the carryover and credits equaling the $127.4M cap limit.

      • Modesto Matt

        I still have a difference of about $900k using your numbers – cap= $123mm+859,734 caryover+2,643000 adjustment =$126.502mm

        Our top 51 = $118.3mm + 973K dead money = $119.273mm The difference comes out to $7.2mm+ which is $900k off from your number. Sorry for my anal nature but I can’t figure where we’re different or what I’m missing

        • JUCJ85

          You’re right modesto, I had the extra $900k in my calculations, I never got rid of them, so it is now corrected. And no problem with the questions, I enjoy the feedback, and people actually notice when I make a mistake.

  • Greg

    What are 2013 Credits ? Never have heard of this before.

    • JUCJ85

      My belief is that credits this year come from the uncapped year violations credit of $1.643M, and $1M credit from Alex Smith’s incentives not attained.

  • Modesto Matt

    Jason, even though it doesn’t affect us, I’d love to see a breakdown of Goldson’s deal. Just wondering how much of that is really guaranteed and how much is in the last two years of the deal. I suspect that there was some finagling to get it over 5yrs/$40mm.

  • TC

    Great Site, thanks for the info.

  • Jordan

    How do the draft picks factor in – do their salaries count against the cap? What do teams like the cowboys, etc. do who are already at or over the cap? Thanks, great site!

    • JUCJ85

      As of now they don’t factor. They will once draft concludes. Each team is limited amount of money to spend, determined to year 1, total and signing bonus. Usually I say 4-5 million, but we can get that later with an extension by Justin Smith if needed. Plus only the 1st 3 rounds usually count against the cap for the offseason, as the 4th-7th rounders aren’t among top 51 salaries.

      • Jason

        Before the Skuta deal I looked at the top 51 salaries and what the cap numbers were last year of the players picked at our spots (31, 34, 61, 74, 93) and it would have came out to using $1.703M in extra cap space. Since then we’ve signed a few players so that figure would go down since the salaries replaced would be higher than before, but I figure that might be offset a little by a small bump in the rookie cap pool so my guess is it should be in that ball park. With players 52 and 53 and the practice squad to fit under, I figure we’ve got slightly less than $1M to play with (going off the current $4.6M figure above).

        • JUCJ85

          About right. Right now $4.6M under, no pending transactions. So right now I am 100% sure it’s $4.6M under. But what you said is 100% correct. Once TC is over, and 53 man and P-Squad are complete in September, the whole team counts. I still expect a deal or 2 to free up some cap room. Maybe Justin Smith extends his contract. If so, would be great.

          • Jason

            Yeah it would be nice to get something like a 2 year extension with him. It would be interesting if we are forced to use the franchise tag on him, I bet they would try to give him the DT version instead of the DE one since it’s cheaper. If they really needed the cap room for someone I am sure they could just do what a lot of the teams in the league are doing, restructure someone’s base salary into a signing bonus to lower their cap number. Someone like Ahmad Brooks who is signed for a lot of years. They could also look into doing an extension with Boldin.

  • Jason

    How come there isn’t a section for incentives like there was on last year’s page?

    • JUCJ85

      I decided to add the incentives for Goodwin, to a roster bonus, since it depends on his playing time. No one else has likely to be earned incentives.

  • Modesto Matt

    Jason – as of 3/21/13 there appears to be a minor error ($225,415) in your cap computation. 123mm+859,734+2,643,000=126,502,734

    • JUCJ85

      I have to fix that. That’s new info, the cap is the new adjusted cap, my credits were off by $225k.

  • http://twitter.com/RagvEsq Rafa

    Approximately how much cap room do the 52, 53 and P-squad take up?

    • JUCJ85

      Usually P-Squad is $96,900 for each player, so times that by 8, plus maybe $405,000 for each player 52 and 53, so total of $1,585,200.

  • NEBravesfan33

    Haralson is $1.15 million against the salary cap per Matt Maiocco.

    • JUCJ85

      That’s his base salary, he also has possible $150k in a roster bonus.

  • http://twitter.com/RagvEsq Rafa

    What happens to rookies who re drafted, but don’t make the 53 man roster? Can they sign with other teams? Is their salary on the cap even if they are not in the team?

    • JUCJ85

      Mostly they count only as dead money, so basically remaining prorated signing bonus. They become FAs and are free to sign with any team as long as they pass waivers.

      • http://twitter.com/RagvEsq Rafa

        Thank you. BTW, what does “pass waivers” mean? (Sorry to sound ignorant.) ;-)

        • JUCJ85

          Basically every player when cut must clear/past waivers, each team has a 24 hour window to claim a player, and take on that players remaining base salary, and non prorated bonuses. If clearing waivers he is free to sign anywhere, either 53 man or a practice squad. And not being ignorant, not everyone knows these type of information. That’s why I am here. I enjoy explaining this.

  • Darren

    Are fifth year options allowed in the new collective bargaining agreement?

    • JUCJ85

      Yes, as part of the CBA, 1st round picks get a 5th-year team option, must be picked up before the start of the new league year, after the players 3rd season. So 2014 league year for Aldon Smith, and 2015 league year for AJ Jenkins. If not picked up they become free agents. Players get a certain % of the top players at their position. Aldon would be Top 10 OLB money, AJ Top 25 WR money. Also teams can start negotiating with players who were drafted under the new CBA after year 3 of their deals. So Aldon could be extended next offseason, so we don’t see a big cap number for 2015, as he will have his option picked up.

  • http://twitter.com/RagvEsq Rafa

    I read in over the cap that if the niners keep all their pics, the rookie class should cost around $7,500,000 million. I know you discussed this, but i am not clear.

    Do they have to fit those $7,500,000 under the cap or do they get additional space because of the picks?

    • JUCJ85

      Just an estimate, not gonna cost that much, that’s just what OverTheCap.com has for our picks in the slotting system.

  • http://twitter.com/michaelrp310 Michael

    Are the Rookie Pool cap numbers for ’13 your estimation or is that what they’re set at?

    • JUCJ85

      Estimate from OverTheCap.com, check the link I posted at the bottom, he has all estimates for all teams. Real good stuff.

  • Dann

    When I add up the top 51 I come up with $123,177,922 vs. the $124,154,747 that you have, is there something I’m missing?

    Also a point to make/remember is that if we sign the rookies only the top 5 rookies (based on the numbers provided) would fit above the top 51 for a total of $3,947,275 but we would also move 5 players below the line for a total of $2,693,625. So overall signing all 13 drafts picks without any movement (not likely) would only add an additional $1,253,650 to the cap which would still have us $364,921 under.

    • JUCJ85

      Pretty much spot on Dann. We can make it happen, unsure of Davis’ new extension, he may of had help with someone restructuring their deal, or he lowered his base and helped it by converting it to a signing bonus. But we are fine, need a little help when time comes. But we are all good.

  • Rafa Gonzalez

    Does anyone have an idea how many draft picks we currently have for 2014?

    Also, (and I know its a little early) what is the out look for 2014 compensatory picks in view of our losses vs. our aquisitions?

    • JUCJ85

      We have our own 1st-7ths, plus KCs 2nd or 3rd, plus Tennessee’s 3rd, and CAR’s 7th, so 10 right now, possibly 1 or 2 more in comp picks.
      Goldson and RJF signed biggest deals, should get picks for losing them, even though we signed 4 compared to losing 5.

  • http://twitter.com/michaelrp310 Michael

    Thank you for putting cap savings and dead money for each player. Do you think you could add sortable columns, too?

  • Jason

    Only $872K in dead money for AJ Jenkins? Looking at his contract on Sportrac, that’s only a 1 year portion of his signing bonus, was he getting annual payments instead of 1 lump sum when he signed? I thought we’d get a lot more dead money than that.

    • JUCJ85

      No problem. It gets divided up with June 1 rule in effect. The other 2 years are on 2014 cap.

      • Jason

        Yeah, I noticed that after I posted, that’s why I edited. Wasn’t an option there to delete. Not sure why we would put it off to next year, we aren’t spending all this money this year anyway.

        • JUCJ85

          I wish they could, but rules are the dead money gets prorated over 2 years, with the most being in the second season.