San Francisco 49ers cornerback Tarrell Brown fired his agent after losing $2 million in easy bonus money due to an oversight this season but it appears that the team may figure out a way to help the player. Brown was scheduled to make $2.925 million in the final year of a six-year deal but unbeknownst to him there was an escalator clause that stipulated that he participate in a voluntary workout program with the team. Because Brown trained at his home in Texas as usual his contract reverted to the $925000 base salary. Head coach Jim Harbaugh hinted Sunday that the 49ers are probably considering something that addresses the situation.