Alright so once all this drama surrounding the lockout is resolved and teams can start making moves, the question is, do the niners even attempt to go after possibly the biggest free agent out there? Although it seems unlikely, we may have some deciding factors that can lure him over. He's already said that he wanted to stay in the bay area, and although most look at this as him wanting to stay with Oakland, it could easily mean that he is open to coming to SF and the location in general is the important aspect. He went to UC Berkeley, he knows the area, and come on.... Oakland or SF? Our defense is arguably better and we might have the opportunity to become the best defense in the NFC.
It's becoming increasingly popular that Patrick Peterson drops to the niners at the 7 position, where I believe it's a consensus that we will take him immediately. When was the last time a corner was rated the top talented player in a draft? This guy could be the next Bailey or Sanders, and you pair him next to an established superstar, his development could be scary. Add on that after the lockout the salary scale for rookies shouldbe a lot more reasonable and that the organization has asked Clements to to a take a paycut, the could be fiscally possible.
So they question is ninersnation... Are the niners gonna target Nnamdi? Peterson is more luck than actual strategy, and the financial situation should for the most part solve itself. This combo, along with Spencer, will make teams like the Jets secondary look insignificant, but the problem is that although the secondary is realistic, grabbing a FA like Carson Palmer or Kolb who will likely demand a huge contract becomes much less likely.