Safety Mark Roman has decided to play out the final year of his contract in San Francisco, according to The Sporting News.
49ers S Mark Roman is "close" to returning to the practice field after undergoing offseason ankle surgery.
49ers S Mark Roman underwent surgery this offseason to remove bone spurs from his ankle.
The 49ers have received no trade offers for S Mark Roman.
The 49ers have granted FS Mark Roman permission to seek a trade.
49ers coach Mike Nolan says FS Mark Roman will keep his starting job over Dashon Goldson despite struggling badly in Week 4.
Despite Dashon Goldson's strong training camp, Mark Roman will begin the season as the Niners' starting free safety.
49ers S Mark Roman (shoulder) has resumed practicing with the team.
49ers coach Mike Nolan wouldn't rule out the possibility that FS Mark Roman's starting job is up for grabs.
49ers FS Mark Roman underwent "minor" surgery to clean out loose bodies in his shoulder ten days ago.
Mark Roman is expected to remain the 49ers' starting free safety when the regular season begins.
Mark Roman will be San Francisco's starting free safety in 2007.
Strong safety Mark Roman's contract with the 49ers is worth $4.5 million.
49ers signed safety Mark Roman to a three-year contract extension.