In case you were wondering what Ahmed Plummer has been up to lately…
~ by 49ersNews on January 16, 2007.
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im not sure if my eyes were playing tricks on me, but I swear i saw him during the National Championship, on Ohio States sideline. Since that is his alma mater, im assuming he’s assisting the DB’s there?
imfasterthanur said this on January 16, 2007 at 10:35 pm | Log in to Reply
I saw him too. I don’t think the guy is desperate for money after fleecing the niners big time. He’s got more money than all of this board put together most probably.
schumway2 said this on January 16, 2007 at 11:20 pm | Log in to Reply
wat a waste of a high draft pick
john said this on January 17, 2007 at 5:29 am | Log in to Reply
The guy that made that is a genius!!!
The Jason said this on January 17, 2007 at 9:16 am | Log in to Reply
He was one of my favorite players… I even made a player on Madden ’07 named Plummer with all of the same stats he had in Madden ’06, then added him to the 49ers roster.
Adam said this on January 17, 2007 at 11:22 am | Log in to Reply
So Adam…in the Madden version, what rating did you give Plummer for being a pussy?
Erickson said this on January 17, 2007 at 11:41 am | Log in to Reply
he’s the best ever
Adam said this on January 17, 2007 at 12:31 pm | Log in to Reply
Correction Erickson, that would be a Injury/Toughness setting. In which case he would be a 0/0.
The Jason said this on January 17, 2007 at 1:11 pm | Log in to Reply
so what happened to him. i never knew what happened to him?
das said this on January 17, 2007 at 1:54 pm | Log in to Reply
is this our new defensive cordinator?injuries…thats what happend to plummer boycott all plummers!!!!!
freddy 1972 said this on January 17, 2007 at 2:06 pm | Log in to Reply
Sheesh Plummer, Brooklyn’s too cold. Try a more Southern state to get your beer. They taste better when it’s hot out. Plus, nappie time afterward is more comfortable!
Lowrance said this on January 17, 2007 at 2:42 pm | Log in to Reply
Jim Tomsula, the coach of NFL Europe’s Rhein Fire, was hired Tuesday as the 49ers’ defensive line coach.
“I’m so excited, I wish I was out there right now in the grass coaching,” Tomsula said from his home in Florida.
After spending nearly a decade coaching defensive lines, coordinating defenses and being a head coach in NFL Europe, Tomsula is overjoyed to be with the 49ers.
“I’m from western Pennsylvania,” he said. “It’s always the Pittsburgh Steelers, but it’s also where Joe Montana came from. I’ve always admired the 49ers.”
When he was younger, Tomsula watched the defenses of Mike Nolan when Nolan was a coordinator with the Redskins and Ravens. Tomsula also kept close tabs on the 49ers when he coached the Fire.
Last spring, three of the 49ers’ offensive linemen, guard Tony Wragge, tackle Harvey Dahl and practice-squad member Sam Wilder, played for the Fire.
according 2 SF.GATE.COM……Tomsula is an adherent of the 3-4 defense, a scheme he adopted for most of his seasons with NFL Europe. The 49ers would like to move to a 3-4 if they get the right players in free agency and the draft.
49 said this on January 17, 2007 at 3:52 pm | Log in to Reply
can someone give the story of plummer for those of us who don’t live in san fran anymore? i thought he was a good corner, and as far as i know basically called it quits because of injuries.
Straighthate said this on January 17, 2007 at 4:53 pm | Log in to Reply
he was a better pick than rumph and woods
brad said this on January 17, 2007 at 5:33 pm | Log in to Reply
i remember that picture last off season, still funny as shit, and i still have my plummer jersey, wish it was gary plummer though
ted berkowitz said this on January 17, 2007 at 5:54 pm | Log in to Reply
I knocked off a few points on stamina and strengh for that.. brought him down to an 84 overall.
(the real) Adam said this on January 17, 2007 at 6:26 pm | Log in to Reply
Sorry, but I can’t help it…the new updated Mel Kiper board. Sorry if I am pissing you off, but we are going to pick up some talent this year.
Player Class Pos. School Stock
1. Calvin Johnson Jr. WR Georgia Tech
Hard worker and team oriented
2. Joe Thomas Sr. OT Wisconsin
Imposing lineman with great quickness.
3. Brady Quinn Sr. QB Notre Dame
Poised and at his best under pressure.
4. JaMarcus Russell Jr. QB LSU
Big, strong with a powerful arm
5. Adrian Peterson Jr. RB Oklahoma
Durability is a concern
6. Jamaal Anderson Jr. DE Arkansas
Gifted athlete and a complete player
7. Reggie Nelson Jr. S Florida
Can hit like a safety and cover like a CB
8. Alan Branch Jr. DT Michigan
A space-eater along the interior.
9. Ted Ginn Jr. Jr. WR Ohio State
Takes a backseat to no one in speed
10. Gaines Adams Sr. DE Clemson
Dominating ability with his athleticism.
11. Leon Hall Sr. CB Michigan
Great anticipation and awareness in coverage.
12. LaRon Landry Sr. DB LSU
Leader on one of the nation’s best defenses.
13. Amobi Okoye Sr. DT Louisville
Quick, strong and gets penetration into the backfield.
14. Jeff Samardzija Sr. WR Notre Dame
Great hands and speed for his size.
15. Dwayne Jarrett Jr. WR USC
Can create mismatches against smaller cornerbacks.
16. Robert Meachem Jr. WR Tennessee
Could elevate with a fast time at the combine.
17. Tony Ugoh Sr. OT Arkansas
Athletically gifted left tackle with upside.
18. Charles Johnson Jr. DE Georgia
Workout numbers should be eye catching.
19. Marshawn Lynch Jr. RB California
Complete big back
20. Levi Brown Sr. OT Penn St.
Reliable at protecting his QB’s blind side.
21. Jarvis Moss Jr. DE Florida
Speed rusher who is excellent in pursuit
22. Sidney Rice Jr. WR South Carolina
Above average hands and nice burst.
23. Ryan Kalil Sr. C USC
Benefits from practicing against great players.
24. Lawrence Timmons Jr. LB Florida State
Production and consistency are what jump out.
25. Chris Houston Jr. CB Arkansas
Extremely confident cover man
Ryan said this on January 17, 2007 at 7:25 pm | Log in to Reply
no patrick willis MLB ,and what happend to lamarr woodley DE from michigan.and if this is true then maybe we can get adam carriker in the second round.marshal lynch keeps dropping too i think.and what happend with ted ginn and the injury in the bowl game?
EVIL NEVER DIES said this on January 17, 2007 at 8:05 pm | Log in to Reply
dude tedd ginn jr. can run a 3.28 40? wow!!! i found it here i want reggie nelson too. i dont know who were tgonna draft but there are a lot of studs in this draft. were gonna come up big next year. reggie nelson would scare the shit out of boldin and fitz!!!
mario said this on January 17, 2007 at 11:09 pm | Log in to Reply
thats what im talking about REGGIE,REGGIE,REGGIE.OR GINN JR,JINN JR,GGGIIIINNNNNNN JJJJJJRRRRR.BIATCH
ARIZONAS WORST NIGHTMARE said this on January 17, 2007 at 11:28 pm | Log in to Reply
i wish ted ginn jr would gain some weight.at being 175 pounds he might get injured too easy.
eddie said this on January 17, 2007 at 11:32 pm | Log in to Reply
Ginn is a pussy. Drafting him would be like spending a 1st rounder on an exclusive special teamer. Reggie Nelson is cool, don’t get me wrong, but I have quite the feeling he would be better suited for the Bengals, if you get my drift. Where was I? Oh yeah!
LANDRY LANDRY LANDRY!
Brandon said this on January 17, 2007 at 11:50 pm | Log in to Reply
Who wouldn’t want THAT?!
Brandon said this on January 17, 2007 at 11:56 pm | Log in to Reply
Damn, it didn’t post.
Just go to this link please:
dude running a 3.2 40 is not possibla there is no way that that can happe
john said this on January 18, 2007 at 5:22 am | Log in to Reply
and brandon, any one! could have got that sack if they were untouched like that.and it was against a crappy alabama team.he is good dont get me wrong.but i think he will go to washington redskins if he does fall to the niners and we draft him. than i will still be happy.
NEVER SAY NEVER said this on January 18, 2007 at 12:01 pm | Log in to Reply
plus there is talk that landry will end up with the falcons!!!!
ARIZONAS WORST NIGHTMARE said this on January 18, 2007 at 2:35 pm | Log in to Reply
Haha, I know that anyone could have made that sack. My mother could have with that large of a hole up the middle. BUT how many players coming out, would have been that intense? That hit wasn’t just a matter of stopping a play, that hit was a matter of punishment. We need scary guys and not scary looking guys (Derek Smith-lazy eye), I mean guys that will intimadate offenses into making mistakes simply just by being on the field.
Brandon said this on January 18, 2007 at 3:49 pm | Log in to Reply
knock samardzija off the list he is going to play baseball.it’s a shame.
booby miles said this on January 19, 2007 at 5:25 pm | Log in to Reply
Stop hating on Plummer. He was an average corner in the NFL. He served the organization well and always maintained the highest caliber of character. Let the man retire in peace.
Kevin said this on January 28, 2007 at 4:53 pm | Log in to Reply
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