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Niners Nation Jan 18, 2015

49ers salary cap: Anthony Davis salary decreases $500,000 in 2015

San Francisco 49ers right tackle Anthony Davis will lose $500,000 in base salary in 2015. This reportedly is due to his 2014 injuries, which cost him nine games. We break down what this all means. The conclusion of the 2014 season brings with it word that the San Francisco 49ers will have a little bit more space under the salary cap in 2015. According to the NFLPA salary database, Anthony Davis has seen his 2015 base salary drop from $2,350,000 to $1,850,000. When Davis first signed his contract, we learned that the deal included various de-escalators for weight and workout requirements....

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This is my Sunday column. Anthony Davis sure has a lot to say for a guy who played just six games this season. Four days after he played his first game in five weeks, Davis more or less fired his own boss, offensive coordinator Greg Roman, via Twitter: “Greg Roman to me when I was […]

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