Carlos Rogers entered NFL free agency looking for a big payday. In the end, he didn't get it, but he did get out of Washington D.C. The former Redskins' cornerback has signed a one-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers. The deal is worth about $4.25 million, according to Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area.
Rogers hyped himself as one of the top cornerbacks in a deep free agency class, but was passed over one by one by several teams who needed help. That list includes the Redskins, who elected to sign Josh Wilson from the Baltimore Ravens instead.
Rogers has been known to be a strong cover cornerback, but is very bad at getting interceptions. He also has been very critical of the Redskins during his time in D.C.