Tarell Brown Extended

Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, the 49ers have inked cornerback Tarell Brown to a three-year, $7.125 million contract. The deal includes a $2.5 million signing bonus, and it will pay Brown $800,000 in 2011, $850,000 in 2012, and $925,000 in 2013.

Brown, a fifth-round draft pick from Texas in 2007, has been under contract through 2010 at base salaries of $460,000 this year and $550,000 next season.

In two-plus seasons, he has appeared in 30 games, with one start.

Source: Pro Football Talk

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  • He is going to be the Nickel Corner next season and has a very promising future. Dre will not be back after this year (especially with that Deion dance vs ATL). Tarell is still very young and, when Nate eventually is done in SF 2-3yrs, will be starting alongside one of the most underrated CBs in the NFL in Shawntae Spencer. We are set in stone at that position for a while and great value in the deal by the way! GO 9ERS!!!!