• 49ers' Brown hopes to recover some of lost $2M

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Aug 21, 2013
    Due to some lack of communication between the San Francisco 49ers, Tarell Brown and his former agent Brian Overstreet, Brown forfeited $2 million in salary this season by not attending the 49ers’ offseason workouts. "No, I haven't moved on,'' Brown said. "Nothing has happened. Coach Jim Harbaugh’s hands are tied a bit on this one, but he appears to be rooting for everyone to be happy, saying he wants the two sides to find common ground on the whole deal.
    Source: CNNSI.com
    • Brown, 49ers in talks over lost $2M bonus

      Cornerback Tarell Brown said Tuesday that his new agent, Joel Segal, is in talks with the 49ers about compensation for a portion of the $2 million escalator Brown inadvertently voided in his contract by not participating in the team's OTAs.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Tarell Brown, agent still trying to recoup lost bonus money from San Francisco 49ers

    You probably heard the story a few weeks ago: Tarell Brown, a pretty decent cornerback for the 49ers, failed to trigger a bonus of $2 million (as in six zeroes) by not working at the team’s facility this offseason, instead doing his own thing at home in…

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