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Its hard to read into what is going on.

It could be that all these meetings are standard or it could be something big brewing. I guess we'll have to wait and see but I'm keeping my original prediction that Nolan will be brought back. However, expect them to fire most offensive assistants, Hostler, Cignetti, Harris, Hoepner(sp?), and Warhop come to mind. I could see them keeping Sullivan(WR coach) as he is highly regarded around the league.

A name that would be interesting for Offensive Coordinator: Brian Billick.

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It appears that Billick wants to be a head coach next season, so scratch the coordinator tag.

Some team might take a chance, others will be skeptical because of the lack of offense and failure to secure a future QB during his tenure as head coach.

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HUGE update from Santa Rosa Press Democrat's Matt Maiocco:

1:41 p.m. PST--Certainly nothing is official yet, but the rumblings I'm hearing seem to suggest that Nolan will be back next season.




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Word is Rams might be cutting loose Isaac Bruce.

Although he is 36, he would be better than Darrell Jackson. And he knows Martz system.



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While he did have a better season than Darrell Jackson, Bruce has really lost a few steps. I think this has a good possiblity of happening.

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As some of you have seen on the [sign in to see URL] Giants board, I'm ranking the top players at each position leading up to the Senior Bowl practices on Monday in Mobile, Alabama.

QB Rankings entering Senior Bowl(with round currently projected)

1. Brian Brohm, Louisville - 1st

2. Matt Ryan, Boston College - 1st

3. Andre Woodson, Kentucky - 1st/2nd

4. Chad Henne, Michigan - 2nd/3rd

5. Erik Ainge, Tennessee - 3rd

The Rest: Joe Flacco(Delaware) - 3rd/4th, Josh Johnson(San Diego) - 4th, Colt Brennan(Hawaii) - 4th/5th, John David Booty(USC) - 4th/5th, Nick Hill(Southern Illinois) - 5th

RB Rankings entering Senior Bowl week:

1. Darren McFadden, Arkansas - 1st

2. Jonathan Stewart, Oregon - 1st

3. Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois - 1st

4. Chris Johnson, East Carolina - 1st/2nd, his value is high because of his return abilities

5. Felix Jones, Arkansas - 2nd

The Rest: Kevin Smith(Central Florida) - 2nd, Mike Hart(Michigan) - 2nd, Ray Rice(Rutgers) - 2nd/3rd, Jammal Charles(Texas) - 3rd, Steve Slaton(West Virginia) - 3rd

WR Rankings entering Senior Bowl week:

1. Limas Sweed, Texas - 1st

2. James Hardy, Indiana - 1st

3. Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma - 1st

4. DeSean Jackson, California - 1st/2nd(his return skills will likely bump him into the middle 1st)

5. Early Doucet, LSU - 2nd

The Rest: Andre Caldwell(Florida) - 2nd, Deon Thomas(Michigan State) - 2nd, Adarius Bowman(Oklahoma State) - 2nd/3rd, Mario Manningham(Michigan) - 2nd/3rd, Adrian Arrington(Michigan) - 3rd, Jordan Nelson(Kansas State) - 3rd

TE Rankings entering Senior Bowl week:

1. Martellus Bennett, Texas A&M - 1st/2nd

2. John Carlson, Notre Dame - 2nd

3. Martin Rucker, Missouri - 2nd

4. Fred Davis, USC - 2nd/3rd

5. Jermichael Finley, Texas - 3rd

The Rest: Dustin Keller, Purdue - 4th, Jacob Tamme(Kentucky) - 4th/5th, Brad Cottam(Tennessee) - 5th, Darrell Strong(Pittsburgh) - 5th/6th

OT Rankings entering Senior Bowl week:

1. Ryan Clady, Boise State - 1st

2. Jake Long, Michigan - 1st

3. Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh - 1st

4. Gosder Cherilus, Boston College - 1st/2nd

5. Sam Baker, USC - 1st/2nd

The Rest: Chris Williams(Vanderbilt) - 2nd, Tony Hills(Texas) - 2nd, Carl Nicks(Nebraska) - 2nd/3rd, O'Neil Cousins(UTEP) - 3rd, Barry Richardson(Clemson) - 3rd

OG Rankings entering Senior Bowl week:

Guards:

1. Brendan Albert, Virginia - 2nd

2. Eric Young, Tennessee - 3rd

3. Roy Schuening, Oregon State - 3rd

4. Kirk Barton, Ohio State - 3rd/4th

5. Andrew Crummey, Maryland - 4th

The Rest: Drew Radovich(USC) - 4th, Shannon Tevaga(UCLA) - 5th, Mike Fladell(Rutgers) - 5th, Chris McDuffie(Clemson) - 5th/6th

C Rankings entering Senior Bowl week:

1. Steve Justice, Wake Forest - 4th

2. John Sullivan, Notre Dame - 4th/5th

3. Mike Pollak, Arizona State - 5th

4. Kory Lichtensteiger, Bowling Green - 6th

5. Cody Wallace, Texas A&M - 6th/7th

Defensive Ends:
1. Chris Long, Virginia - 1st

2. Vernon Gholston, Ohio State - 1st

3. Derrick Harvey, Florida - 1st

4. Quentin Groves, Auburn - 1st

5. Lawrence Jackson, USC - 1st/2nd

The Rest: Calais Campbell(Miami) - 1st/2nd, Chris Ellis(Virginia) - 2nd, Wallace Gilberry(Alabama) - 2nd/3rd, Phillip Merling(Clemson) - 3rd, Bruce Davis(UCLA) - 3rd

Defensive Tackles:
1. Glenn Dorsey, LSU - 1st

2. Sedrick Ellis, USC - 1st

3. Kentwan Balmer, North Carolina - 1st/2nd

4. Pat Sims, Auburn - 1st/2nd

5. Frank Okam, Texas - 2nd

The Rest: Dre Moore(Maryland) - 2nd, Red Bryant(Texas A&M) - 2nd, Andre Fluellen(Florida State) - 2nd/3rd, DeMario Pressley(North Carolina State) - 3rd

Outside Linebackers:
1. Keith Rivers, USC - 1st

2. Xavier Adibi, Virginia Tech - 2nd/3rd

3. Shawn Crable, Michigan - 3rd

4. Ali Highsmith, LSU - 3rd

5. Jordan Dizon, Colorado - 3rd/4th

The Rest: Alvin Bowen(Iowa State) - 3rd/4th, Ezra Butler(Nevada) - 4th, Marcus Howard(Georgia) - 4th/5th, Cliff Avril(Purdue) - 5th, Bo Ruud(Nebraska) - 6th

Inside Linebackers:
1. Dan Connor, Penn State - 1st

2. Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma - 1st/2nd

3. Erin Henderson, Maryland - 2nd

4. Vince Hall, Virginia Tech - 2nd

5. Beau Bell, UNLV - 2nd/3rd

The Rest: Phillip Wheeler(Georgia Tech) - 3rd, Jonathan Goff(Vanderbilt) - 3rd, Jerod Mayo(Tennessee) - 3rd, J leman(Illinois) - 3rd/4th, Tavares Gooden(Miami) - 4th

Cornerbacks:
1. Aqib Talib, Kansas - 1st

2. Mike Jenkins, South Florida - 1st

3. Tracy Porter, Indiana - 1st/2nd

4. Antoine Cason, Arizona - 1st/2nd

5. Terrell Thomas, USC - 1st/2nd

The Rest: DeJuan Tribble(Boston College) - 2nd, Leodis McKelvin(Troy) - 2nd, Reggie Smith(Oklahoma) - 2nd, Jack Ikegwuono(Wisconsin) - 2nd, Dwight Lowery(San Jose State) - 2nd

Safeties:
1. Kenny Phillips, Miami - 1st

2. Craig Steltz, LSU - 3rd

3. Jamar Adams, Michigan - 3rd

4. Simeon Castille, Alabama - 4th

5. Tom Zbikowski, Notre Dame - 4th

The Rest: Thomas DeCoud(Cal) - 4th/5th, Marcus Griffin(Texas) - 5th, Dennis Keyes(UCLA) - 5th, Chris Horton(UCLA) - 5th/6th, Quintin Demps(UTEP) - 5th/6th








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Rankings complete.

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I think Ryan is/will be a better QB than Brohm. But other than that, a good set of rankings.

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That doesn't look like Angel Villalona.

Moving on to the 49ers free agent recap through the first week of free agency:

- Re-signed QB Shaun Hill to 3 year, $6M with $2M guaranteed. Escalators push total deal to 3 years, $[sign in to see URL]

- Re-Signed Isaac Sopoaga to 5 year, $20M with $8M guaranteed

- Contract Extension to RB Michael Robinson till 2012

- Signed DE Justin Smith to 6 year, $45M with $20M guaranteed

- Signed RB DeShaun Foster to 2 year, $[sign in to see URL]

- Signed WR Isaac Bruce to 2 year, $6M

- Signed QB J.T. O'Sullivan to 1 year deal

- Signed ILB Dontarrious Thomas to 2 year deal

- Signed RS Allen Rossum to 1 year, $800,000

- Lost G Justin Smiley to Dolphins, 5 years, $25M with $9M guaranteed

- Lost OT Kwame Harris to Raiders, 3 years, $16M

- Notable Free Agents available (SF) - G Larry Allen, DE Marques Douglas

Grade: C+

Exception of Smith, nothing really flashy here. A lot of these signings improve the 49ers depth. Sopoaga is athletic enough for the move to End. He's a big, wide body that is nice to have in the 3-4 DL. Justin Smith, if he plays DE in the 3-4, is a good run defender that can hold his own at the POA. He could use his quickness from that spot to get a handful of sacks. If he moves to rush end OLB, he will need to drop weight to about 270-275. He is sure getting paid like he will stand up but this is issue worth watching over the next couple weeks if they happen to re-sign Douglas. Bruce will help the younger guys learn about the offense and he could likely produce enough to be the leading receiver for SF in 08. Thomas is a nice sleeper signing as he will move to a scheme that scouts think will suit him quite well. Expect him to take the RILB job. The OL depth took a big hit.

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This needs updating:

They signed WR Bryant Johnson for 1 year, $2M.

Solid move and my prediction of Darrell Jackson(few pages back, I think) being in jeopardy came true as he was released after the signing of Johnson.

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