Golden Nuggets: Yes, Infinitely More Important

Yeah, the title today is a reference to yesterday, in that I find Carlos Rogers infinitely more important to the San Francisco 49ers and their success in 2012 than Dashon Goldson. Nothing that was said yesterday was very convincing, not that I have any issue with what was said, I'm just not changing my tune on that any time soon. Rogers had a career year and played like a top-three corner. Goldson had a career year and played like a top-ten safety ... at times.

49ers extend GM Trent Baalke's contract (SB Nation Bay Area)

Could the 49ers survive if they don't get a top wide receiver in free agency? (Examiner.com)

Injury updates: Byham eager to get back in the fold (SacBee.com)

The all-time 49ers-only Top 10 list (CSNBayArea.com)

Bond between Jim Harbaugh and Alex Smith carries over to the golf course (MercuryNews.com)

49ers will bring Carlos Rogers back ... or will they? (BayAreaSportsGuy.com)

GM Baalke rewarded for a season of home runs (SacBee.com)

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