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Let’s take a look at some of the details of Coleman’s contract"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsNFL Free AgencyNFL Free Agency49ers Salary Cap49ers Tevin Coleman comes in on a very team-friendly contractNew Womens Ronnie Lott Jersey ,44commentsLet’s take a look at some of the details of Coleman’s contractPDTShareTweetShareShare49ers Tevin Coleman comes in on a very team-friendly contractKim Klement-USA TODAY SportsThe 49ers added RB Tevin Coleman on Wednesday for a little insurance. It may have been more than that. Coleman is a guy that can do some serious damage in the passing game. On Thursday some of the contract details started to emerge. We don’t have the details on what the annual salaries or bonuses are.According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the contract for Coleman is 2 years, $8.5 million. He gets $3.6M in Year 1. No signing bonus, so clean break if they cut him before a $2M rolling guarantee kicks in April 1, 2020. Max $10.6M with incentives.The big takeaway here is that there is no long-term commitment and that it’s just not a lot of money. To be able to get around 1,000 yards from scrimmage for Coleman, which is what he’s been around he’s entire career, would more than validate this deal. Even if he puts up a stinker in 2019, they can release him and move on. No harm no foul.I’ve seen the “you could’ve used that couple million for Earl Thomas”, or insert free agent. There’s just no way of knowing how close the 49ers were in these deals. We’ve seen plenty of reports where a player turned down more money. Sometimes it’s just the fit or the culture. Bradley Roby turned down a significantly bigger contract from the Steelers to play with the Texans. So that $1 million difference the 49ers offer is moot.Matt Breida talks adoption C. J. Beathard Jersey White , being a UDFA, working with Alfred Morris San Francisco 49ers running back Matt Breida has been making a name for himself in 2018. At one point, he was leading the NFL in rushing yards. Now he’s made himself an explosive threat to NFL defenses, finding ways to break out for massive gains. For an undrafted free agent, this is nothing short of special. What’s more special is Breida’s journey to the NFL. He began as an adopted child to his parents and watched both of them encounter accidents that disabled them. From there, it was Breida giving that bit of excitement to his parents and carving out a niche in the NFL. All of this is discussed in Matt Maiocco’s latest podcast, something that is less about his NFL career and more about what got him there. There’s a lot about his time with the 49ers, but the best parts are his journey getting there. This is something to listen to if you haven’t already. The interview starts at 4:08 mark. You can listen to the podcast using the widget above. If you can’t see it, you can also click here to listen. 04:20 - Time to reflect on what got him to the NFL05:04 - Getting adopted 199506:35 - What sports meant to him07:15 - Dealing with his father’s life-threatening battle with meningitis07:53 - The two car accidents disabling each of his parents09:00 - What it means to give his parents the enjoyment only he can provide09:36 - His birth parents10:50 - Being recently married and starting a family11:30 - How he’s succeeded where others have failed12:32 - Who he’s heard from since the Detroit Lions game13:15 - Scholarship offers in high school13:41 - Relationship with Jerick McKinnon14:58 - Senior year at Georgia Southern15:53 - Not getting invited to the NFL Combine17:30 - Why he signed with the 49ers as an undrafted free agent19:53 - Sharring carries with Alfred Morries20:46 - His approach this year with the games left on his schedule.
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