He ends up getting the 2 million he wanted for this season, goes to a contender with a great offensive line, he will retain his short yardage/goal line role as the Niners Anthony Dixon proved last season he isn't cut out for that task. He is backing up one of the most fragile running backs in football (Frank Gore) who is turning 29 in May.
Also, his new coach loves to pound the ground game (SF ranked 3rd last season in rushing attempts with 498).
The dude isn't as dumb as some of you think he is. Thanks for the memories big guy.